A Question.......

dew pylot

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what is the difference between a junior member, a regular member, and a senior member?
 

Acestick

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Good question...I've wondered that myself too...
 

jaybird

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Acestick

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Another way is to change it in your profile...I just caught on to that one...
 

avbug

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A junior member is someone who just found this site and is trying it out. A regular member is a polite participant in the social fabric that forms this site.

A senior member is someone with no social life, who spends far too much time on their computer instead of doing things they need to do, was probably abused as a child, and most likely spends the remainder of the free time counting spots on wallpaper.
 

aero99

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"A senior member is someone with no social life, who spends far too much time on their computer instead of doing things they need to do, was probably abused as a child, and most likely spends the remainder of the free time counting spots on wallpaper."

Thanks for the reality check avbug. I really do need to get a life.
:)
 

bobbysamd

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Needing a life

Perhaps. But the board has been a lifeline back to aviation for me.
 

dew pylot

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thanks for the clarrification.....though i dont think being a "senior member" qualifies you as having no life.....think of it like this....this board is your life....by that i mean that you guys put alot of effort into your posts and probably have helped many young pilots with honest answers to their questions...i know you guys helped me many a time.....

dew
 
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