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Sometimes, it's okay to leave blank rep. One reason is because, there's some sort of glitch that makes me not be able to type a comment. So, I have to leave it blank to give them rep. Also, sometimes, you just don't know what to say. You may like it, or something, or perhaps you don't have time to type something in
What my opinion on my topic is, is that reputation is reputation. You should be glad that person took the time to give you rep. You may not know exactly WHY you got it, but at least you know your post helped or was nice in some way. Sure, it's nicer when they leave a nice little note - but I don't think it would be classified as 'rude'. Giving rep is good enough as it is! Some people may not realize that they can/should leave a message. Or maybe they're in a rush, or something. People may not know what to say, or if they want to say something.
Something else to consider is new users. Giving rep is one of the first steps to feeling like part of the community. I didn't realize I should or even could leave a message until I accidentally found out someone had given me rep. So a new user could just be learning the ropes!
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