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Thread: Recommendations for medals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    How about Flamethrowerguy for Loyal Member Award.
    And a 'Lone Guardian of Photos' badge.

    How about Schuultz for Good Posting Award.
    Flattered, but my question was serious. Who is kallikinosdrama? What sub-forum does he frequent, because they can't be the ones I do ...
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    Aye to all of those. I like how all of a sudden there is this sudden rush of posts here... XD

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    Well, we've sort of gotten away from the awards thing a bit since it's not exactly a point a great enthusiasm of the current mod staff as some of us had to sort of be told to display our medals. But there are several deserving members, and everyone recently posting in this thread, that deserve some sort of award. As much as I would like to dispense of them myself, I feel we need some sort of mod/senior admin consultation on how to go about this. Be patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    How about Flamethrowerguy for Loyal Member Award.
    How about Schuultz for Good Posting Award.
    Seconded.

    I think Navyson and Churchill also qualify for some awards...

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    What about Herman?! I think Herman should get a medal for being a Nice person.....ok, so nobody wants to nominate me for a medal, but then what about a Pin?...even members of the Nazi party got a Pin. I think as a loyal member of over 1 year, I should at least get a Pin?...nobody loves me....I'll settle for a ribbon then...anyone?..anyone?.....so lonely being Herman.....
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    I reccomend RS for a medal for being so Smart
    I reccomend NICK and PDF for a medal, for almost being as smart as RS
    I reccomend Nayson for a medal cause he's never said anything bad to me.
    I reccomend Flamethrower for a medal because he always has kind and gentle responses to even stupid posts and is not so crititical as some of the others (Not mentioning any names)
    Lastly, I reccomend Schuultz for a medal cause he makaes the forum posts worthwhile to read and he's not so bland like some others. He gives some spice to the forum is what Im trying to say.
    This comes from my heart
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    Thumbs up for Kallikinos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Schuultz View Post
    Flattered, but my question was serious.
    I wasn't joking, most of your posts are informative or add a little humor to the threads without taking away from them. I especially liked your go between with Adrian Wainer on the Islam Menace thread (IIRC). I thought your answers were well thought out, I certainly wouldn't have had as much to say without a lot of difficulty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by herman2 View Post
    I think as a loyal member of over 1 year, I should at least get a Pin?...nobody loves me....I'll settle for a ribbon then...anyone?..anyone?.....so lonely being Herman.....
    Since you've been here a year and a half, you should be recommended for a loyal member award. Beats all these members that have joined since and don't make any posts at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    Since you've been here a year and a half, you should be recommended for a loyal member award. Beats all these members that have joined since and don't make any posts at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by navyson View Post
    Since you've been here a year and a half, you should be recommended for a loyal member award. Beats all these members that have joined since and don't make any posts at all.
    Are you recommending him yourself, or just bleating about it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pdf27 View Post
    Are you recommending him yourself, or just bleating about it?
    Well, even though I know y'all are buddies, I'll go out on a limb and recommend him.
    His Off Topic threads have generated traffic, and he doesn't post in subjects he's not informed about. Apparently unlike his "early" days that got him a "vacation". (Except for this waffen ss ranks, mein kampf thing lately.) Ultimately it's up to the mods for awards though...
    Last edited by navyson; 09-03-2009 at 07:29 PM. Reason: Correction
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    I'll second that, at least for the loyal member award, or whichever is the one for membership over a year.

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    Thank You Thank You, to the Medal Recognition Committee for awarding me a Good Conduct Medal!! I was so excited when I read this in the Locked Medal thread. For my exception speech, first of all I want to take this opportunity to thank The Forum creator for allowing this Beautiful site to continue and operate. Secondly I would like to Thank the great Mods we have on this site: The Notoriously,Exceptionally Brilliant Rising Sun, the temperamental but exceedingly precise and accurate PDF and Nickdfresh; the extremely kind worded and passionate Flamethrower Guy and the silent Mods who are always there too. I am at a loss for words to express how I have waited so long for the opportunity and day that I would actually be deserving of a medal. I am almost speechless. I have learnt so much from this forum and I have become addicted to daily reading of the various threads. On day’s that it is slow, I actually wonder what the Gang is doing and why they haven’t posted anything. I still marvel how some have so much time to post and wish I could post more intelligent comments, other than in the Off Topic threads. Thank You Thank You Thank You to everyone and especially to the Medal recognition Committee. You guys are the Best!..If I could, I would buy you each a Beer!
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    Is there even some way to display one's medals? How do you even know you got it?
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