cant reply here?

Scepticalscribe

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(You have insufficient privileges to reply here.)
? ? Im a forum member what other privileges do I need?

looks like I need 100 posts. nevermind. cant delete or I would.

https://forums.macrumors.com/threads/trump-shows-his-ignorance-over-global-warming-again.2097927/
It depends on the sub-forum. Different sections have different requirements before you are allowed to participate.

Thus, if it is the PRSI, you need a hundred posts before you are allowed to post in that section of the forum; meanwhile, the Marketplace requires 250 posts and a membership of at least six months before you can post there. Hope this helps.
 

wtn

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It's kind of silly that I've been a member of this site for nearly seven years, but I'm still not permitted to comment on those posts. They're the only ones I want to comment on.
 

Scepticalscribe

macrumors Sandy Bridge
Jul 29, 2008
53,023
36,258
The Far Horizon
It's kind of silly that I've been a member of this site for nearly seven years, but I'm still not permitted to comment on those posts. They're the only ones I want to comment on.
Visit (and post in) other areas of the forum that may interest you and, over time, you will find that your post count has increased sufficiently to allow access to PRSI.
 
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maflynn

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It's kind of silly that I've been a member of this site for nearly seven years, but I'm still not permitted to comment on those posts. They're the only ones I want to comment on.
The PRSI forum is not the main focus of MacRumors, but rather discussing Apple and Apple products. The intent of the rule, is provide active members who choose to interact in MacRumors an option to discuss politics.

You've been a member since 2012, but have only made 5 posts. Excluding this quoted post, your last post was in 2015. I mention this not to make you feel bad, because we have many members who join but choose not to post, but rather point out that your decision not to be an active and engaged member. Access to the PRSI forum is designed for active and engaged members. As mentioned above, perhaps other sites where politics/religion/social issues are its main focus may be a better fit.
 
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