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XP problem?...... me too, but I didn't give a damn to gripe about it in a post. But now that you have brought it up :-)

Gripe 1: I used to be a saint around here....then we all demoted back down to various point levels. I'm a Chancellor now...WTF is that? :-)

Gripe 2: I seem to need more votes to gain a point in XP. I receive days where I get like 40 upvotes on a node, but my XP only goes up 10...or something like that. I stopped counting because it really dosn't matter..... what matters is this is all archived for free somewhere.....we can write things, and have them immortalized in NSA databases all for free.


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In reply to Re: XP problem by zentara
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