Discussion in 'Support & Feedback' started by Kratos, May 13, 2008.
Well, I just answered that for myself. I'm now a Senior member.
What exactly is after Senior Member and why does 100 posts make one?
It is just a change in status. You go from being a new member to a senior member. It doesn't change anything other than your status.
There are actually two types of "senior member status." There's the one below your name, which is your usertitle. It changes based on the amount of posts you have.
The other senior member status, the members in blue, is more of an honorary status you can receive for various things, such as winning key contests.
Is there anything after Senior Member? - Like at 5,000 posts, do I become Super-Senior Member, and at 10,000, Super-Duper?
Carpal Tunnel Poster Person.
Nope, Senior Member is as high as it goes by means of post count.
RSI member is the highest I think Raven might be that...
I think we should change the title senior member.
I am getting too close to that in age and it is a nasty reminder
I know I am old but lets not advertise the fact.
where are the sarcastic smiley's when you need one.
i'm a senior senior member and don't mind it in the least... wouldn't go back to being young if you paid me! ;-)
I'm halfway to becoming senior member
You should be a reviewer
Getting old means nothing.
Oh I disagree. Getting old is worth celebrating. Acting old, on the other hand, is a bloody waste.
Lol if we do invent RSI member, then it should be added to my title... I got told I have that about a year ago
neither would I to be honest.
had a crappy childhood so I am having a great adulthood.
I have even earned every one of my grey hairs.
Besides being old means the young people have to listen to your words of wisdom and are only allowed to roll their eyes twice a session.
what could be more fun.
Why, rolling them back, of course!
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