I'm a graduate from UMass-Amherst (a.k.a. UMass-Anheuser Busch) and I'm proudly a Students Review Ballot Stuffer. You see, I merely spend all day voting for UMass-Amherst in all reviews in order to put it at the top of every positive ranking list. I might be unaware that most people laugh when they see UMass-Amherst, a little-known school outside of Massachusetts, ahead of MIT, Berkeley, Caltech, or Stanford in the engineering ranking list. Most pathetic of it all, it's atop the lists with an overall number of votes that completely dwarfs all other universities' votes. For example, MIT has an overall 1,500 positive votes out of 10,000 --meaning 5,250 people have given it positive ranking while 4,750 have given it negative ranking. Then you have your laughing stock (UMass) with 1,500 positive votes out of an overall number of 35,000. Meaning the casual user has voted it down 16,750 times while I have pathetically voted it up 18,250! Hilarity ensues!