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Q: WHat does the red Maple leaf symbol mean?

I've been reading the Answers forum for a while now, and although I understand what the thumb-up and thumb-down symbols mean, some posts also have a red maple leaf in the corner, with a number inside it.

 

What does that mean?

 

The forum search engine failed to enlighten me...

8 years 46 weeks ago in  General  - Other cities

 
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If you have a thumbs up and three thunbs down the maple leaf will read -2,,,,, 1 -3 = -2

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I always thought the maple leaf stood as a symbol of lesser quality and bad animation.

 

Oh...  You mean on the board.  Never mind, eh.  :)

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I always thought it was the canadian flower thing and they just used it to show negative and positive. -1 would be considered red maple leaf. +1 would be considered green maple leaf.

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At first I thought it was identifying Canadian members. The Red Maple Leaf being their symbol and flag of course. 

          It just seems to be a decorative icon. (or is it?) Maybe its saying "this post is TOO Canadian!".

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If you get too many red maple leaves, Adminanswers sends some hockey players to your apartment to mess you up.

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