EDIT: Hmm, so it works fine when I load it from my own machine, but if I load it from the link it doesn't seem to work, even though it seems to be exactly the same code. I'll try to figure this out before the next release.
EDIT EDIT: Alright, if you download the zip file from the link below, unpack it, and open the file in chrome, it works. This is much more complicated than just clicking the link. Many apologies.
Alright everyone. In the site improvements thread from earlier today, someone mentioned that my suggestion of allowing us to block users with negative points might be able to be taken care of via a greasemonkey script.
I hadn't ever tried them before, but it turns out hiding posts by users with negative points is actually pretty simple. Anyway, if you're in Chrome or if you have GreaseMonkey installed on FireFox, clicking this link should allow you to install the script.
DISCLAIMER: I haven't put anything purposely malicious into this, but I also haven't ever written a GreaseMonkey script before, so there's always a possibility that this will cause other sites to go haywire. For instance, I haven't put any checking in to make sure you're actually on MGoBlog, etc. Try at your own risk.
When I've got more time I'm going to try to tweak it so you can adjust point thresholds, etc. All this does is look for the - in front of the point total. Thresholds would require parsing the points, which I wasn't able to do in the half hour I spent putting this together.