I agree. I can't tell you how many monosyllabic, off-topic, etc. posts I've seen.Hector said:personally i think it should be changed to being active for a year. that way you dont get spammers.
Or just because they are bored and want to respond nonsense? Happens at my site all the time that they are bored and just post BS all over. Not for post count at all.mac_2005 said:Not that it's my site, to begin with, but I've posted serious messages to this site, only to have people respond with nonsense. The only motive I can ascertain is to bump their post count.
That's really my point. Whether the motivation is boredom or to boost the post count, the result is the same.eva01 said:Or just because they are bored and want to respond nonsense? Happens at my site all the time that they are bored and just post BS all over. Not for post count at all.
Thanks man, you like the Mr. T? haha.mad jew said:Depends on the 'tar. That's awesome Heb1228.
Isn't that the truth.Lacero said:Getting to 500 posts is not too difficult. I'm a testament to that. Just keep at it, you'll get your coveted avatar soon enough.
Yes. When I was new here, I often put more value into posts made by people with 'tars...mad jew said:Very true to an extent.
No.thomasp said:If you contribute to Macrumors (pay the $25, or however much it is), do you bypass the "500 posts minimum" for an avatar? (Can you get an avatar before 500 posts by contributing)