How does the seniority system work?

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  1. madiz27

    madiz27
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    Just curious how the junior member, senior member, etc. ranks are applied.
    Is it based on length of time as a member, number of posts or some other criteria? Thanks for the info in advance!
     
  2. civilian75

    civilian75
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    I think number of posts.
     
  3. deadeye

    deadeye
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    You become a senior member after 100 posts I believe.
     
  4. 1stIDFMP

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    Thanks deadeye (just wanted to get one post closer to senior member.....)
     
  5. drew

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    That's what I recall too. Can't remember what the range is for members. 50-100 maybe?
     
  6. Nwcid

    Nwcid
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    No idea nor do I really care. I just enjoy posting and reading so I leave it at that.
     
  7. Spitpatch

    Spitpatch
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    Financially contributing members can claim that their entries are of more repute than others.

    (Or, at least that's what was conveyed to me on one occasion.)
     
  8. Trlsmn

    Trlsmn
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    They can claim that but it is not true, all members are equal here and treated equally.
     
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  9. The B

    The B
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    Maybe in spirit and regard.... but financially contributing members get tons more PM space, an avatar, sigline, access to paying-members-only forums, company car, expense account, and top-shelf hookers.
     
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  10. deadeye

    deadeye
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    Dont forget the secret hand shake that's the best perk of all.
     
  11. The B

    The B
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    Oh yea.. that part is pretty rad too.

    secret+handshake.jpg
     
  12. iusmc2002

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    How much do we need to contribute to get the good, top-shelf hookers? I could care less about the company car ;)
     
  13. AMT

    AMT
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    You'd almost think that it should go by "join date" and not how many times you can throw up a post. I was reading some posts (forget where now) and saw someone with a join date 2009? They had racked up a total of 17 posts. Some people sit at this site and love reading (me included) and others can't wait to post something - to watch their number climb one higher.
     
  14. krkruse

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    I Dont know why it really matters. I understand the want to know. Just to see what title changes when. However there is just 3 titles from the looks of it.

    and Lurkers are fine, but if everyone was a lurker there would be little content.
     
  15. Hardwood floor guy

    Hardwood floor guy
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    is it assistant regional manager???? or assistant to the regional manager?????
     
  16. Mason3379

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    Who needs the company car when you have a steady RIDE right??!!:)
     
  17. deadshot2

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    There's a smiley for the last person you mentioned: postwhore.gif

    As for those that don't post much, maybe they are like some people I know that don't talk much. They figure "Two Ears are so you can listen twice as much as you can talk".

    I don't even look at the "Post Count". I'm either interested in participating or not. As for "seniority" there's no reward to my knowledge, just an ego feeder for those that need it.
     
  18. ZeroRing

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    Hookers? :paranoid: I must have missed that secret meeting!
     
  19. ZeroRing

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    Oh, and yes, it is 100 posts to go from "Junior" to "Senior" member status. Unless of course you pony up a few green rectangles and then you can call yourself whatever you want! :thumbup:
     
  20. Mutoman

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    I'm willing to trade my hooker for a high-quality rifle. For the right one I might thrown in the handshake.
     

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