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Too Many Posts for "New Member"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by gbone93, Apr 23, 2016.

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  1. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

    LMFAO gbone93+VikasG, get on my lv m8s, then we can talk:

    http://data.typeracer.com/pit/profile?user=jigokuninja

    Haha I'm messin'. I'm still far from the fastest. Being in the 99.9th percentile doesn't mean I'm invincible because I do lose quite often, so I'm still learning. I have a lot to improve on such as form and posture. Still willing to race with you guys of course, but I think you two would be more suitable opponents for one another.

    *Fixed for you. Don't forget to keep your pants on Vik. Oh wait...I guess you're shooting for the speedo + bald head look.
     
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  2. Sorgair

    Sorgair Member

    i got 85 wpm first try
    maybe cuz i do piano :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
     
  3. TK-1987

    TK-1987 Well-Known Member

    Didn't even realize this was something that was implemented. Good thing I don't post like a madman I guess?
     
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  4. lolcheese987

    lolcheese987 Member

    i think it depends on the number of posts you have
     
  5. Guilnerd

    Guilnerd Member

    so, how much post needed to become a "member" from"new member" ?
     
  6. lolcheese987

    lolcheese987 Member

    i think it is 90, thats when i got promoted
     
  7. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    type speed.JPG
    Not bad I guess.
     
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  8. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I'd like to respectfully disagree 100% and then some. Spamming to get the rewards is, in all honesty, a direct violation to both the Posting Guidelines and to The Razer Insider House Rules there's never a good excuse to do it. Especially not if the person is using multiple one-liner, or worse only one-word, responses. Or by responding 2, 3, 4, 5. and even 6 times right in a row in the exact same thread. I've been issuing warning points for that lately, since I keep seeing the exact same offenders. However, it also makes more work for me since then I need to mark all the posts that are right in a row and merge them down to only one post. Just for the record, when this happens they lose all the post count except for the one remaining post anyway. Why risk the warnings, potentially multiple warnings, and losing the count anyway? It's highly unlikely I'm going to miss any of the offenses... I do read every single thread in every single forum on the entire board from top to bottom. It may take me time to get to it, but it's exceptionally unlikely that I'll completely miss it.
     
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  9. koh1250

    koh1250 Active Member

    Moderators are really underpaid, extraordinary people doing extraordinary work but getting ordinary pay. (Motto for my country police force). You should go on a strike! I can supply pitch fork and torches, got many brands from the United kingdom to the Belgium waffles to the French. All equipment battle-harden guaranteed
     
  10. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    LOL - nice. :big_grin_:
    Truthfully, we aren't paid, we're volunteers. However, at least for myself, knowing that I'm able to help make Insider a better place for everyone is all I need. I was trying to do exactly that for the year and a half I've been on Insider prior to when they started the mod program, and I'm not doing anything different from what I was already doing to begin with. The only difference is that I actually have the ability to take care of the issues I find instead of just using the "Report" button and sending a ton of work to Technokat. hehehe
     
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  11. Ahh that makes sense.
     
  12. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

    Hahaha, actually, don't worry about it guys. I believe 60 WPM is the average. You are all hovering around that, so you aren't slow by any means. Perfectly normal.

    I'm a bit older than you guys so that probably explains my 140 WPM. I grew up on games where you had to type...a lot...to communicate with other players, such as Diablo II. We didn't use mics & headsets back then.
     
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  13. lolcheese987

    lolcheese987 Member

    woah 140 wpm, cool
     
  14. gbone93

    gbone93 Member

    RIP gbone93: He thought about typing 140 WPM and his brain couldn't process.
    in reality though, if its all OC, I'm definitely north of 80 WPM. I learned from gaming and Google Chat and AIM haha.
     
  15. kajira

    kajira Mother of Gaming

    I didn't know how to take a screen capture with my laptop, so I took it with my phone then just uploaded it to my ImageShack account. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye_: However, here is that photo:

    [​IMG]
     
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  16. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    I also grew up playing games like Diablo 2, AoE, etc. I have been using computer for the past 14 years so that is not a factor. I am too lazy to type so I type very slow and never tried to improve my speed.
     
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  17. mnrtjedennis

    mnrtjedennis Active Member

    I totally feel the same way!
     
  18. Haha, my highest wpm is 127.
     
  19. Psyjin

    Psyjin Well-Known Member

    NICE Kajira. Didn't expect you to be a touch typist! Lol @ using your phone's camera on your laptop screen :yum:
     
  20. Blockmonster57

    Blockmonster57 Active Member

    Rank: Acive, Temp-warning point: Spam, Me: Mad
     
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