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I recently reached the exalted height of an Advanced Member of the forums (500 posts) but I am now just a Forum Regular :(

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Same here. :(  :blink:

 

Allan

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I think you have to get to Ian Murray's (geogphotos) kind of quantity, now (5000+ posts on the old forum) - then you get booted off :P;).  Only joking, Alamy!

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Trouble with being 'Forum Regular' means too much time here and not enough working. :mellow:

 

Allan

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I'm actually more comfortable being just a regular Joe. When I was an "Advanced Member," I was afraid that someone might assume that I actually know what I'm talking about. B)

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I'm actually more comfortable being just a regular Joe. When I was an "Advanced Member," I was afraid that someone might assume that I actually know what I'm talking about. B)

 

I know what you mean, same here!

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As long as they don't have another change in six months to 'Get a life' (speaking as a forum roughage merchant)

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I think my correct status should be Former Regular. 

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Well I for one thought 'advanced member' sounded a bit pervy ( or was that just me?)

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Well I for one thought 'advanced member' sounded a bit pervy ( or was that just me?)

I guess it was better than "long-standing member."

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Though "Forum Regular" is dandy, oh for the Baker Street flair of "Forum Irregular" -

 

- Ann

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As I never qualified as advanced I haven't lost out.

 

Plus ça change, plus ce la meme!

 

dov

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As long as they don't have another change in six months to 'Get a life' (speaking as a forum roughage merchant)

 

0-100 posts = Forum newbie

100 - 5000 posts = Forum regular

5000+ posts = ???? <---- You'll have to wait and see :)

 

Cheers

 

Alamy

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Phew, I was starting to get worried about being advanced at something. 

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As long as they don't have another change in six months to 'Get a life' (speaking as a forum roughage merchant)

 

0-100 posts = Forum newbie

100 - 5000 posts = Forum regular

5000+ posts = ???? <---- You'll have to wait and see :)

 

Cheers

 

Alamy

 

 

Only 4196 posts to go. :blink:  :unsure:

 

At this rate just another 8yrs of posting. The mind boggles. :o

 

Allan

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Do we get a raise after 5000 posts? B)

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Do we get a raise after 5000 posts? B)

 

Thought the 'raise' was been taken out of us all the time. ;)

 

Allan

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5000+ = Osteoarthritis

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5000+ = Osteoarthritis

 

Nah! All that typing keeps the fingers and hand supple. :)

 

Allan

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Still a newbie.  Must think of more questions to ask...

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