As a 20-year-old co-founder of a professionally-run LEGO Military fan group, I, like many other Adult Fans of Lego (AFOL), consider "plz rate my stuff" requests extremely rude and on the verge of being branded as *spam*.
If a MOC is inherently good, people would automatically come see it. Badgering people to come rate your MOC will only serve to destroy your reputation.
Also, ratings in the real world are actually meaningless. A 10/10 or a 1/10 means absolutely zilch unless one explains in detail the merits of the MOC, as well as places for improvement.
Areetsa noted that the link was broken. While it has since been fixed, I would like to remind you, Dylan, to check the validity of the links before you post - a broken link can be quite embrassing for most...
- Robin [TECHADV]
Yeah, I know. I know what you mean when it's irritating. Being a popular Military builder myself, I get at least 5 comments a day saying "come see bla bla, my newest creation... I want you to look at it because you are really good" It is quite annoying, thats why I hardly ever do it, I did it this one time just because well, because it was a joke to make Areetsa mad, I guess, because he doesn't like it either. Sorry 2 get you involved. Anyway please come rate some of my stuff, kidding, I was kidding.