On Friday, January 26, 2007, at 04:00PM, "Joshua Kronengold" <mneme@xxxxxx> wrote: >The system accumulates two numbers where it now accumulates one: > >You have "Rabbit Karma" and "Rabbit Points". > >Your Rabbit Karma is the total number of points you've accumulated, >ever, minus the number of items Dangling Carrot items you've >purchased, ever. > >Your Rabbit Points are the number of points you have unspent, and can >be spent for a $1 discount on shipping or Dangling Carrot items. > >Whenever you purchase eligible items, your Rabbit Karma goes down for >each item you purchase. Additionally, you may spend Rabbit Points on >such items. I don't understand this. What's the point of the Rabbit Karma? I see it goes down if you buy without earning more, but what the incentive to keep your Karma positive (besides the obvious cosmic and psychological reasons)?