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    Post count stinks, I remember a guy who got up to like 2500 in post count.

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    Post count means nothing, it is the quality that counts.

    It is the maturity and such of a poster that matters, like his attitude online. Does he like to help or reply friendly or does he like to spam and flame?

    Some people such as prez view the veterans as the people that help out around the forum and are good posters not the one's who have high post counts and been here for a few months.

    Celebrating a post number shouldnt really require a thread in its honor, if you would like to make a note just edit the post which was post [insert number here] and just put, Finally got the [???] mark, or something along those lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt.McCloud
    Post count means nothing, it is the quality that counts.

    It is the maturity and such of a poster that matters, like his attitude online. Does he like to help or reply friendly or does he like to spam and flame?

    Some people such as prez view the veterans as the people that help out around the forum and are good posters not the one's who have high post counts and been here for a few months.

    Celebrating a post number shouldnt really require a thread in its honor, if you would like to make a note just edit the post which was post [insert number here] and just put, Finally got the [???] mark, or something along those lines.
    What? We have to by what you say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickenwin
    What? We have to by what you say?
    No it is just me view on the matter, like the original post asked us to say.

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    that's what i asked thanks for ur opinions!

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    Meh I'd consider someone like Napalmbrain to be a vet, he's been here a long time AND he helps people out a lot. I wouldn't consider myself a vet because I've only been here since December and I can never really be arsed to help people out lol.. I will if it hasn't been answered yet, but if twenty people already have then I wont see the point.

    Post counts doesn't really matter to me.. I mean take that wario.. his post count goes up like a 100-200 every WEEK, he's now overtaken me I think and he's been here like half the time I have =/ and his posts well.. I'll let you be the judge lol.. 3/10 things he posts are okay the rest are well..

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    I disagree with most of you. Post count means a lot to me. It is the easiest and most efficent way to judge a poster. Virtually the only other things you can judge a person on is how they type and what their rep is. Seeing as most forums have rep-whores and that a person's typing only reveals...well...how good they are at typing, post count is the best way to go.
    I do judge people by post count, but only before I really know them. If a veteran asked a stupid question then I would simply state the answer. If a newb (Not someone COMPLETELY new, because common courtesy applies here, but someone who has been around long enough to know the rules, but still disobeys them) asked a stupid question I would rip them apart. It comes with the job of being a newb, and I suggest that newb's get used to it until they eventually get some respect.
    Most of you are saying that quality is better then quantity, and I agree with that, but do you really think a spammer is going to get 1000 posts? Of course not, and if they do you will shortly find out. However, if your a newb and want some respect, then get some, its as simple as that. Post count isn't THE make or break imo, its a guideline. I respect a lot of people on here that have low post counts.

    Respect is not a choice in my opinion, it is a duty. You don't have to like a person, but you do have to respect them deservingly. When I first came to Wiichat, I didn't really like Cpt. McCloud, but I did respect him. Now that I've been here a while I've realized that he is a tremendous asset to WiiChat. Not only is he a tremendous poster, but he stands up for things that he believes in, and that is something I can respect in a person.

    Respect>Friendship

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    Not to join a trend,

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    Quote Originally Posted by LevesqueIsKing
    I disagree with most of you. Post count means a lot to me. It is the easiest and most efficent way to judge a poster. Virtually the only other things you can judge a person on is how they type and what their rep is. Seeing as most forums have rep-whores and that a person's typing only reveals...well...how good they are at typing, post count is the best way to go.
    I do judge people by post count, but only before I really know them. If a veteran asked a stupid question then I would simply state the answer. If a newb (Not someone COMPLETELY new, because common courtesy applies here, but someone who has been around long enough to know the rules, but still disobeys them) asked a stupid question I would rip them apart. It comes with the job of being a newb, and I suggest that newb's get used to it until they eventually get some respect.
    Most of you are saying that quality is better then quantity, and I agree with that, but do you really think a spammer is going to get 1000 posts? Of course not, and if they do you will shortly find out. However, if your a newb and want some respect, then get some, its as simple as that. Post count isn't THE make or break imo, its a guideline. I respect a lot of people on here that have low post counts.

    Respect is not a choice in my opinion, it is a duty. You don't have to like a person, but you do have to respect them deservingly. When I first came to Wiichat, I didn't really like Cpt. McCloud, but I did respect him. Now that I've been here a while I've realized that he is a tremendous asset to WiiChat. Not only is he a tremendous poster, but he stands up for things that he believes in, and that is something I can respect in a person.

    Respect>Friendship

    How Bout This:

    Respect + Friendship= Good Poster

    Meh


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    post counts come and go as fast as usernames in this place

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    I dont understand the relationship, other then for there to be a new post count there must be a new username, which is extremely literal and probably not what you meant.

    Not to fit a mold,

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    Not to follow a crowd


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