Jay wrote:Also, anyone want that special gold star thing?
Dorian wrote:If that's what Dave wants then more power to him and I wish you luck.
Warbear wrote:The most BR's changing in the Snafu secion is the title. It's currently an abomination.
Hiryu wrote:Well, Rival... Some of us regulars *cough*me*cough* can golden someone up.
And you're a smart guy that everyone loves, so guess what? Verdict handed, accepted!
Warbear wrote:Nope. I'm pretty sure he's just changing it to Snafu General.
Warbear wrote:It's a reason for people to stay. Far too often we've seen a lot of newbies, who could potentially become good, contributing members of the community, make a few posts and then leave, never to be heard from again. The goldcard club is an incentive to stay around and become a contributing member of the community, in the hopes that they too will become the golden children.
Goldcard members will help each other and newbies with their problems around the forum and with their life in general and will become The Pillars Of The Community, thus giving members something to strive for, hopefully increasing our number of tolerable posters.
God dammit I just posted in RP.
Rival wrote:I don't think the forum activity will increase too much, no matter what gets implemented, because I've been to enough Internet forums to know they're basically all declining/dying right now, due to people discussing things via facebook, twitter and wordpress-like blogs mostly. The few that don't, prefer imageboards or irc chats to message boards.
MQuinny1234 wrote:Well done on getting your masters Rival, that's great. Sorry about your grandma though.
Mathias wrote:I love how everyone assumes that Spam regulars are worthless. If anything, we are the most regular members here and care more about the forum as a whole rather than one exclusive sub-forum.
Rival wrote:MQuinny1234 wrote:Well done on getting your masters Rival, that's great. Sorry about your grandma though.
I don't have my master's yet, my paper needs to be judged favorably by 3 Ph.D(or well the Polish equivalent of it) level academics.
I'll give them the paper between the 23rd September and 6th October and they'll judge it. If one of them judges it unfavorably I'll have until December to tweak it for a last chance review.
I wrote translations and articles for free for a magazine one of the people judging me publishes, so I'm guaranteed 1 favorable opinion, at least.
As for my grandma, the prognosis is good, she had her tumor surgically removed already. It's just a hassle to drive her to the hospital in Łódź every few days.
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