Accelerated status in forum

Discussion in 'Droid RAZR' started by ltcalex, Mar 5, 2012.

  1. ltcalex

    ltcalex Member

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    Recommend anyone who has over 1000 views receive accelerated status in the forum. And for over 5K, well, what do are your thoughts forum?
     
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    I recommend anyone with over 1,000,000 views gets Thundara status, and anyone with over 10,000,000 views get Castle Grayskull status.
     
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    He who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.

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    I have always been taught, it is valued giving others opportunities to excel adn succeed, i.e., the intent. The value of postings on this forum is shown by the number of viewers, even if they are just curious.
     
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    The "Thanks" (not available here) or "Like" button (available in the web browser view, and maybe via Tapatalk soon) would be a better indication than just the number of views, I think...

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    I suspect most members view a thread because of the topic with little regard to who posted it. There are probably some exceptions to that. I really don't understand the obsession some have with soliciting other members for "likes" or other "strokes". Members come here to share their experiences, learn from others, inquire about a problem or question they have etc...not to garner some sort of status.
     
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    Very well said!!
     
  8. ltcalex

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    Intent of this thread

    The intent of this thread was to provide just a little humor and then for many who have been on this forum for some time, the respect they deserve by elevating them to a higher level within the Forum. Nothing more, nothing less. My life has been about we not me and not self serving. I have seen to many people in our society looked over, passed over and and just ignored for very worthy recommendations. "His eye is on the sparrow".
     
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    I feel like an idiot but how do you know how many views you've had? Or are you referring to a thread's views and whomever started it?:unsure: Sometime the initial subject line isn't that enthralling, but then someone brings something into the discussion that makes it very interesting and informative.
     
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    Kudos

    As a thread leads form one thought, it may just be an introduction to an unknown question a fellow forum member may have and lead to a pattern of other questions and or thoughts. The entire thread may lead to something even more indepth, curious, intriguing, educational, and perhaps even humorous. I only hope that our readers take this thread as just that - something humourous at least. Life is too short! SallyC, your comments appear to be on point each time I read them. Keep it up. :biggrin: