That bit terminology in the title, is used to describe achievement awards in the gaming industry. Like the shiny cool medal I just got for being a 100% geek on D-F. Truthfully, All I did was answer a few questions, linked things and probably was a bit too nosy butting into others business. Don't judge me.. I dont mind helping -cough-cough*even if they didnt ask.
At least the previous member, it had been given to, actually contributed News to the forums. For all I know Im a spammer in some eyes. As such though, I've received some good feedback recently and feel very humbled, that my annoying ability to pop up and ninja comment a post, has actually done some good for a few. (POOOF!@)
-Im still a newbie here though...
The knowledge I spit was learned while going through insomniac nights of boredom. What can I say.. I had to culture myself somehow, and I didnt wanna go grab another habit or turn my closet into a clandestine.lab. Nooo-no-no, I wanted the award that says you spend too much time online. Grats, you picturing a fat gamer nerd now, yayyy. Nope, not emaciated nor big boned.
Appreciate the fuzzy's btw D-F, and Ill be sure to give it back to the next pseudo geek that steps up their activity. Still working on spelling and grammar, along with other cognitive exercises.. yes, my brain, it has been overworked and needs to heal.
Here's a hint... use the reputation system more often. I don't really post all that much tbh. I do however Read a lot, hence my linking every factoid or references. Originally it was to back up things because I was not well known, and wanted to actually try to make some sort of difference while I was logged on.
My new bling combined with fuzzy status "Probably Knows wth Im talking about", actually did give me more confidence to be vocal. Don't get me wrong, I'd rather be out and about but some days you just don't have the energy..
currently listening to: The Kids Aren't Alright by: The Offspring
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