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    I-WISH-A-MF-WOULD is offline Associate Member
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    How does newbies go to vets to mods ect

    Just curious alot of newbies know there sh*t.
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    Well first off, you learn to post in the right forum. After you master that, it's all about making friends, helping people, and putting in the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I-WISH-A-MF-WOULD
    Just curious alot of newbies no there sh*t.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I-WISH-A-MF-WOULD
    Just curious alot of newbies no there sh*t.
    biggreen would tell you it requires proper grammar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LORDBLiTZ
    Well first off, you learn to post in the right forum. After you master that, it's all about making friends, helping people, and putting in the time.
    I was thinking the same, about posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by symatech
    biggreen would tell you it requires proper grammar.
    as would swole

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    I mean in a "promotion" like way. I'm not sweating it like I'm dying to be a vet and it's funny that some guys can be vets and a newbie can ask a serious question and you're insulting. I've gotten some real good advice from everyone (to include newbies) but I guess it guys like you that just wasted 2 minutes of your life talking about nothing even replying to a post like this...why bother? I asked a practical and look at the response I get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by I-WISH-A-MF-WOULD
    I mean in a "promotion" like way. I'm not sweating it like I'm dying to be a vet and it's funny that some guys can be vets and a newbie can ask a serious question and you're insulting. I've gotten some real good advice from everyone (to include newbies) but I guess it guys like you that just wasted 2 minutes of your life talking about nothing even replying to a post like this...why bother? I asked a practical and look at the response I get.
    Who cares what your label is? It is meaningless in an anonymous gathering. It's like worrying who has a bigger johnson....this coming from the walking tripod.

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    man nobody is insulting you. we poke a lot of fun at each other here. There are a ton of people who know their stuff here, they can't just go making every newbie who know something about gear a vet ya know. A considerable amount of rep is involved, it doesn't just take knowledge. It takes the time you spend here spreading your knowledge helping people out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBaron
    Toolman has a good point. It really doesn't matter what your label is or how impressive your post count is, what really matters is giving good educated advice, making some friends, and learning and sharing ideas. Regardless of your label, you will gain respect if you have something worthwhile to share.

    There are actually very few mods and vets ..... and a LOT of bros that are probably very deserving of recognition. My advice would be not to be overly concerned about your label ... just be concerned about the quality of your posts. The rest will take care of itself.
    couldn't have said it better myself. I could care less if my name is green, purple or blue...as long as i give sound advice, and I help at least one person make a correct decision, that is all i need. And i know i have personally helped many here, so newbie, mod, or vet alike... Post count or title means nothing!

    You will earn a reputation here just for being who you are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedBaron
    Toolman has a good point. It really doesn't matter what your label is or how impressive your post count is, what really matters is giving good educated advice, making some friends, and learning and sharing ideas. Regardless of your label, you will gain respect if you have something worthwhile to share.

    There are actually very few mods and vets ..... and a LOT of bros that are probably very deserving of recognition. My advice would be not to be overly concerned about your label ... just be concerned about the quality of your posts. The rest will take care of itself.
    Red is a perfect example. THe guy has forgotten more than most of us ever knew about gh and you wouldn't know by a post count or title. In fact, with the departure of the scamming Einstien, Red is really one of the few experts in this forum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toolman
    Red is a perfect example. THe guy has forgotten more than most of us ever knew about gh and you wouldn't know by a post count or title. In fact, with the departure of the scamming Einstien, Red is really one of the few experts in this forum.
    I concur with that. Red and Gear are both VERY helpful, in this forum especially. So props to both of you for all of your help.

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