My brother used to be a devotee of Siskel and Ebert. At first, he just wanted to see the "thumb up" score ... then as he got older he was interested in whose thumb was up, since Siskel and Ebert had different tastes ... and at last he became interested in why each thumb was up or down.
Rating aggressiveness on a 1-10 scale is like rating hotness in chili sauces (not Hollywood starlets) because some people like hot, some like medium and some like mild, and so forth. But you need a good indication of where other people thing it fits on the scale. So that particular #score isn't the same as some others where we all mean "1 = sucks and 10 = super". It's still a useful number, you just need to know how to read it.
Be there or be square. Only I can do both!
I've got a cat named Beefeater and a dog named Beefeater, and two goldfish called Beefeater and Beefeater. There's Beefeater my hamster and Beefeater my horse, and my piglet, known as Beefeater of course.
Veteran of the Great Irisch Moos Campaign of 2008-09