Is reputation only built or assessed by tenure and quantity and not by fewer but well researched, studied and articulated questions and relevant answers?
Original title started as this: Why does this off-topic member have higher rep than me & how can I report flag him to Moderators & Community?
But now, I am just pointing at this as an example/ instance of the subject.
Please see sammyg's comments on my very valid and well researched question which received unnecessary and quite a few negative points.
Understand structure of Chrome User Profile data to Transfer to new PC/ OS & avoid Settings corruption Error?
After an extremely off-topic flood of philosophical comment spam he says he has no idea as he does not use Chrome and has no idea what to do.
I am trying to avoid bad mouthing and using bad naming/ bad words for such people, but what are we to do with such people?
I have spent decades on technology & world exposure and dont post all the time on Stack Exchange sites; I do my research and putting together pieces from information and experience. I only ask questions here when I am unable to find a conclusive answer.
But, I tend to get flagged, when (for lack of a better or more polite word) 'morons' ( I cant find a more polite word to use here.. if there is one please do clean this out) like this Run amok and build rep here.
PS: I apologize for going this way, but how do I 'label' this member and his stupid & off-topic comment spamming?