12-07-2011 05:42 PM
12-08-2011 08:23 AM
Hello SmorgasBoard posters!
Effective immediately, posts made to SmorgasBoard topics will no longer be included in your total post count. Any SmorgasBoard posts already included in your post count will remain.
The reason for this change is to more accurately measure your level of community participation by applying more weight to the credit-related topics than the off-topic discussions. We still enjoy and appreciate your comments here, though, so please don't don't stop posting to "Gas"!
Thanks to all of you for contributing to the community -- whether on or off topic!
P.S. Feel free to reply to this post with your comments, but be aware that it won't help increase your post count.
01-08-2012 11:53 AM
01-10-2012 04:46 PM
I actually think this is a great idea. It would be so easy to get your post count up in the word association thread alone.
09-09-2012 09:02 AM
Doesn't matter. Good place to let off a little steam and enjoy a bit of levity inbetween the serious issues. IMHO
09-09-2012 12:19 PM
There goes my idea for making 20,000 posts about lolcats....
Oh well, my post count seems to be rising slowly...it feels like just yesterday I was a "New Member"
09-09-2012 02:36 PM
NO!!!! Not lolcats! Don't make me go back to facebook!
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