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  • Very Serious: Everytime a new green dot appears, an angel gets its wings.

    5 10.87%
  • Pretty Serious: My Whole Self Worth Rests on it.

    3 6.52%
  • Serious: I really believe I May be a freaking rockstar

    2 4.35%
  • I am neutral on it.

    10 21.74%
  • It amuses me, breaks the ice with others.

    19 41.30%
  • I loathe the rep system.

    3 6.52%
  • I don't know what I think about the rep system.

    4 8.70%
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  1. #21
    The Unwieldy Clawed One Falcarius's Avatar
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    Falcarius takes the reputation system very seriously, probably too seriously. Every time Falcarius goes on MBTIc the first thing he does is is go on his 'User CP' to check his reputation. The problem is at least once a week he gets reputation, not bad in itself, but he is such an NT he does not know when people send him laughing smilies in the 'reputation message' if it is because they are laughing with him or at him. The thought of everyone laughing at himself makes Falcarius very sad, so he goes into the woodlands to sulk, it is the only form of escapism Falcarius knows of.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FMWarner View Post
    In all seriousness, I thought it was a fun, harmless idea. But all this sturm und drang, all these threads dedicated to debating it, just make me wish it would go away. Rep and fluff haven't derailed the entire forum; DEBATING them has.
    Yep, I agree with you that the furore is out of proportion. We should just get on and do something *ponders*. Or nothing *ponders*

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    To whoever it was that said on my reputation thing "I can see the names on mine"

    =( (See thumbnail)
    No names... were they taken off because I said in the "Why do you give rep points?" thread that I give them in return? (so that I can't just return them) Or have I accidentally hit some button and am being incredibly thick not knowing how to get the names back?
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    It helps stoke fires.
    Fire burns for the sake of burning.
    Not really.

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    The rep to me is just a fun thing... I like seeing people's comments more. Even the little wordless ones with happy smileys. Although sometimes I do wonder why I don't have as much as other people. But really... it's a sign of good will, that's all I take it for.

    Quote Originally Posted by EsoteriEccentri View Post

    To whoever it was that said on my reputation thing "I can see the names on mine"

    =( (See thumbnail)
    No names... were they taken off because I said in the "Why do you give rep points?" thread that I give them in return? (so that I can't just return them) Or have I accidentally hit some button and am being incredibly thick not knowing how to get the names back?
    o_O Mine show up okay... maybe the admins should look into it.

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    i dont think some of you are grasping the global ramifications of the reputation system... this sort of incompetence is the type of thing that could bring the world to its knees

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    I find it to be amusing......
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightning View Post
    The rep to me is just a fun thing... I like seeing people's comments more. Even the little wordless ones with happy smileys. Although sometimes I do wonder why I don't have as much as other people. But really... it's a sign of good will, that's all I take it for.


    o_O Mine show up okay... maybe the admins should look into it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    i dont think some of you are grasping the global ramifications of the reputation system... this sort of incompetence is the type of thing that could bring the world to its knees
    What sort of global ramifications are you referring to?


    Quote Originally Posted by EsoteriEccentri View Post
    Who is an admin? =)
    Look under here: http://www.typologycentral.com/forums/showgroups.php

    I would personally try Ivy first...

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