- Oct 1, 2007
I'm not totally sure that would do any good. I'm sure I'm not the only one, but I have LPF open in the background at all times. Even if I'm gaming. Just so I can tab back to it, refresh my CP, and check for new posts / messages. Therefore for me it would basically be the same as "Join Date", since it's almost always running.The one thing I wish this forum had was a time online tracker. That would show people how dedicated (how much you dont have a life) to this forum. In the last year I've probably spent a good 2 months online here (1400 hours)
I like how you censored "heads", instead of what is actually considered swearing. xDMembers with high rep generally deserve it whilst some people with high rep may be complete dickhds.
So the system is to blame for?TBH, I'm not a huge fan of it, at least in it's current form. I find far to many people take rep way too seriously.
Awesome, now I can die as a hay man :na:DJNY, got ya to a nice little milestone
I strongly try to avoid giving neg-reps, as some guys here take it much too serious. But I give harsh critics when I´m bugged (usually takes many similar posts / statemets).I've seen neg rep given for some crazy reasons. No doubt personal on some occasions. That is childish. I've only ever neg rep obvious trolls. It just feels petty to give out neg rep on a Internet forum. Some members here are no doubt self proclaimed " hall monitors " of LPF.
I enjoy it very often, in fact sometimes more than once in the same day. I find it to be easily enjoyed,
quite easily enjoyed. It is a thing to be verymuch enjoyed indeed. So enjoyable in fact that I'm enjoying
it right now, this very minute, this very second. I would say that right now, that is, in the present time,
my enjoyment levels are quite high in regards to this reputation points thingy of which we are having a
current and ongoing discussion, and a very meaningful discussion at that. Perhaps some of you are
being discussted right now. Well, perhaps these aforementioned reputation points, which we also
happen to be discussing in the current, most present times, will go on being enjoyed for some time to
So to sum up, my advice would be to enjoy early and enjoy often. :undecided: