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I get that, but there is no useful feedback left in the form of a comment to say what exactly is missing or what he/she would like to know. I could understand if that was the case, but it's not.
I know what you are saying. I know I often do not leave a comment on a review I vote low on because someone else has already said what I was going to say—and beating a dead horse is just not nice.
And sometimes I'm just tired and think the writer is hopeless and can think of no nice way to say "you, just shouldn't write..anything."
Kidding. The secret is to not sweat the small stuff. You have a good, overall rank and that is a culmination of all your reviews, ratings, participation, etc.
A few bad votes, in the scheme of things, are just not worth the angst, yanno?