I don't know, I signed on in July of last year but am now coming out of my shell. I had about 70 posts on the old forum and only a few on the Classified site but when we did the big switch my Classified posts were included in my total. The point is, I'm a tire-kicker while just now closing in on 50 posts on this site so maybe I got credit for my length of lurking. *G*
Now please Bob, don't demote me!!! *G*
Ok ok, Let me get this whole straight. there is an order, or a pecking order that you have to follow
in order to get your name changed, if you don't want to wait for the post numbers to go up.
You have to go to the "Chat room" and wait for Midlife, Then you bribe and beg! Midlife to talk to Bob for you
to get your name changed, Cash works best or Lot's and LOT'S of Ice Cream!!!!!!!
Then if you are thought to be worthy Bob may or may not contact you about a name change.
Good luck and be preparied to beg and I mean"BEG"!!!!!!!!!
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