BHW seems to have fallen into some sort of cycle - A helpful user posts a helpful thread, Someone flames the method with their 'incredible' knowledge on the topic, The thread loses its value because of the unhelpful comments, and it is lost. What annoys me, is that we all complain of BHW losing its value, there being less methods shared, and everyone keeping themselves to themselves - and not being like BHW was originally, but helpful people do still try to contribute to the community, and try to help people out where possible. One example of this is the thread I made on making money with reddit - a pretty solid, and effective method. I, along with some other users have used this method before, and have made some money from it. I'm not saying that every user will succeed, people are bound to go wrong. My thread title is 'Make $100 / day with reddit". People are saying that this is not possible, but at an easy $25-$50 per day without scaling up with automation, you can easily see what the possibilities are. I'm only referring to my own thread, as I have had time to go through and read every post. There are so many more, but unhelpful members flame just to get the cheap 'Thank' for their sarcasm, or to increase their post count. Correct me if I'm wrong, but posting things like do not offer a helpful message to the readers. Just because it may not work for one person, it may work for others. I've chosen this post just because it was in the thread, (users name removed) but the large amount if people who do actively seek for faults in methods need to think to themselves - Is what I am about to post going to help the community, or would it have a negative impact on what may work for others. It's just like loclhero said: (Check the thread for relevance) I don't mind people contributing to my threads, I don't mind people improving my methods, it's just when people make up knowledge of sites they have not got experience in - such as people saying that reddit is strict with bans. Clearly wrong to anyone who has ever made any type of attempt at IM with reddit, but my message is: Think before you flame - Is what I am about to post going to benefit the community in a positive way? Edit: Feel free to question, but please make sure that you understand what I am trying to say. I'm trying to get across that we need to judge less in our feedback, and to think about how something could be made better, or improved rather than highlighting its faults.