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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

Mar 24, 2007
nah, rankings really dont matter that much, its about the content of the post.

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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

Mar 24, 2007


jmv290 wrote:


Evil v2 wrote:
I'm more likely to look in a thread created by a 128bit or above. I don't usually go in threads like these.

You're hurtful.



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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

Mar 24, 2007


Light_Jak wrote:
Most people will look for the experienced user on the forums but personally, I try to look for anybody's posts. I don't care about rank, I'll help anybody or discuss something with anyone.



yea i dont care if a newbie made it or a Game Junkie
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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

Mar 24, 2007


Evil v2 wrote:


jmv290 wrote:


Evil v2 wrote:
I'm more likely to look in a thread created by a 128bit or above. I don't usually go in threads like these.

You're hurtful.



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right on man
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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

Mar 24, 2007
 Well, I wouldn't consider a Firble a veteran..
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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

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the slayer is back wrote:


Evil v2 wrote:


jmv290 wrote:


Evil v2 wrote:
I'm more likely to look in a thread created by a 128bit or above. I don't usually go in threads like these.

You're hurtful.



I only speak the truth Smiley Tongue

right on man
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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

Mar 24, 2007
Yeah that is true, i have noticed that and i still get people not replying to my threads.  It's because newbies tend to ask questions that are always asked constantly and will post something like   "OMG LOOK WHAT I DID!!!" and all they did is put a video on their psp or something like that.
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Mar 24, 2007
Firble. =)

rickpat wrote:
I was a newbie once and it took me a while to becaome a junior, but when I bacame one, I got more replies. Now I'm a firble and more replies are coming in. Do you think it's because of members only looking at a veteran member's post?



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Re: Do you only look at a veteran member's post?

Mar 24, 2007
I don't think that has anything to do with it. Lots of people help the new people our around here.
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Mar 24, 2007


Lord Hades wrote:
I look at everybodies post regardless of their rank. A new members first few posts will tell me what kind of person they are. 


So true, so true. Anyway considering that i am sorta a veteran member now, i can say that i look at everyones post. When i was fresh here, it was the opposite.
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