So I’ve reached 1000th posts, and following tradition, you’re free to ask me many questions. And to conserve forum space, I will not reply to each of them such as: Person A posts question, I respond, repeat", instead, maybe one post a page answering all the questions on the previous page.
And, I’ve got some questions of my own, which anyone can answer.
Bah. The satisfaction that I’ve even had 1,000 posts is already gone, back when I had 400 posts. Previously, I had 600 posts, and was reset for reasons I don’t remember. So, really, I have 1,600 posts. Oh well, at least it was cool.
Wasn’t your last post drop because of spamming, and so you spammed to try and get it back up there?
Anyways, you people aren’t doing these threads the right way anymore. You’re supposed to give warning slightly beforehand, and let everyone build up their questions then, and then answer them in a single swoop in your 1000th post.
Stop and think for a minute here. If you cut his posts back, eventually he’ll reach 1000 posts again, and post a thread about it. And thus starts a vicious cycle, whereas, letting him keep his current amount of posts would mean that he’d have his 1000-post thread and afterwards shut up about postcount for ever more. HINTHINT…RIGHT, SETZ? ¬_¬
Actually, if we reset it to 0 again, he won’t be getting back here so fast as we’ll keep slamming him harder and harder for spamming for ignoring previous violations that got his post count cut in the first place. Then he’ll whine about being targeted and we’ll tell him he’s a moron and that he should read the rules.
It’s not hard. Really, you make one thread about 50 or so posts before 1000 (ie 950) and announce that you’ll be doing it. Then, your 1000th post is the answer post. I don’t think anybody has actually done it the right way in a few years.
It’s kinda sad that I’ve been here for 4 years and in that time I’ve never reached 1,000 posts yet you’ve been here for like…4 months and you’ve almost reached it once just to lose it all and then gained 1,000 again in that time.