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Old 02-07-2019, 04:24 PM
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And then I'm the oddball with 5 silver flowers, a different title, and far too many posts (And I'm still far from being among the most knowledgeable here; I've simply been a regular poster for the past decade).

I thing somewhere, once long ago there was a post explaining the post numbers needed for each flower. And you can have a bonus animated purple flower for supporting the forum through donations.
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I'm a senior Mbr. but I don't feel different.
Probably that's because I'm in my 50's...but I feel young. It's just a mindset.
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Holy crap!!!! I AM a senior member!!!! Thanks Camille! That's exciting for me although....I don't feel like I've done enough or know enough to deserve the title! Haha!

Well and one of the reasons I was curious was because I was wondering if it was based on age or experience. Like junior member primarily....meaning under 18. Because I was a tad worried at the time I might be taking advice from a 12 year old. WHICH, there are some really smart 12 year olds....don't get me wrong BUT! You know what I mean!!

And yes! I also wondered If it indicated experience level too BUT I knew that COULDNT be the case because at the time I was only a "Member" and if it was based on experience I definitely wouldn't of ever graduated from the "Junior Member" category! Hehe!

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Oh man! Camille! Your a Super Moderator! How do you get "Super" added to your title!? And Rbarata....you just wait until you have Super in your title too and I'm sure you'll feel like a whole new person!! 😉
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Actually, in the past we had a couple really knowledgable 14 -15 year olds on the forum! Of course they lacked the eperience that comes with many years of growing, but for teenagers their knowledge was quite impressive.

I got promoted to moderator after a couple years on OB (only admins can do that), but I have no idea if the default title is super moderator (rather than just moderator) or if the admins decided to have some fun with the title and editted it.
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I can't tell you what number of posts are required to change your status from Junior to Senior or to give you another flower. I do kind of remember that the first flower came pretty quickly (maybe 30 posts?), but then the number of posts to get additional flowers increases by quite a bit. As you can see, I currently have three. I'm thinking I got my third one at 500 posts, but I don't think a fourth one will come until I have 1,000 posts. Not sure, though. And not that it matters. It's just something interesting to talk about.
Something made me re-read this topic -- it's cold here and I don't have anything else to do, really, except browse forums, lol -- but I noticed today I have two stars, not three as I had stated. So now I'm wondering, can they take stars away from you? Nah, I probably just counted wrong when I made my post. Or did I? Now I've something to wonder about.
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