I don't personally think that voting quality is binary. Maybe you think that votes either meet a "gold standard" or are "bad," but I don't and that's not my position.
Voting quality, like most things, would fall on a spectrum. I'm not (nor have I ever) suggested that my vote was the best vote it could possibly be or that it should be used as a reference point for other people. Even if I was claiming that my vote was of some high level quality, that would still be different than claiming it to be a standard of any kind. A standard implies a measure for people to use and I made no such claims.
In fact, I stated - to you - that I could have provided more feedback, but this debate really didn't warrant it. So I'm not sure where you are getting this interpretation that I'm claiming my votes are the best and others should aspire to them. It's simply unwarranted. You don't seem to remember me, but I do remember you and I wouldn't have expected such a response from you, but maybe things change. I wanted to write off your statement as just exaggeration or hyperbole (hence my question) but apparently you think I have presented my vote as not only high quality, but to be a reference point for other people to use.
Laziness? Sure. If you want to call it that. But, you know: you get what you pay for. If this was a closer debate, I would have provided more justification for my position. When one side doesn't even bother formatting their debate, is hurling obvious insults, and uses broken links, I really don't see the need to elaborate on why the points for those things would go to the other side. Like I said, I don't think this debate warranted that level of feedback.
I'm also a little hesitant about this site in general. It's new, so there is a question of whether it will last in the long run. I'm certainly not going to dive in head first and invest time and energy if it's going to fail by next week. Also, I'm not too particularly keen on the influx of DDOers who seem intent on making this a DDO clone.