Actually i think I found out how but it would be very time consuming. <br><br>When you make a reply, it adds to your post count even if you delete it.<br><br>I just tested this in the Members Project by responding then deleting a test reply. Before I had 10150 posts, now I have 10151. Sooo..in order to find out, you need to check every day until you catch the person. have fun!<br><br>
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Yeah, I've known the post count thing for quite a while, but really did some looking during the mmod1 fiasco<br>when "someone" asked what appeared to be an honest question, to which a bunch of us gave our honest opinion,<br>only to find out that during the wee hours of the morning "someone" allegedly complained about one of the posts,<br>which happened to be mine (jfyi) but even the folks that don't like me commented that it was a perfectly innocent<br>and plainly non offensive post, even to them it indicated that someone wanted to complain about ME, not my post.<br><br>As a matter of fact, I reposted it recen...on from anyone.<br><br>So, "someone" allegedly complained, but the Mod wouldn't say who, even though the Mod went on to read us the<br>riot act, & post a Sticky laying down the new rules, that caused several members to leave the forum for a while.<br><br>SO, ...you may well ask; "Who put the overalls in Mrs. Murphy's Chowder?" ...well, so did I...<br>A member posted in that thread just before it was deleted, using the name "IMinthewind" (sounds familiar <br>already.... A Stinking LURKER?) which made me curious as to who that was... <br><br>Whoever it is, joined at a rather odd time... I say "odd" because who the hell is lurking around at roughly the time <br>at which Bars & DISCOS close for the night? (1-3 AM)<br><br>Then I notice there were actually quite a few members (well over a 100 within just a handful of pages) who joined <br>between those hours... (1-3 AM)<br><br>Another thing they all had in common was that many of them had a SINGLE POST to their username...<br><br>What was odder still, if you clicked on "Show all of that members posts" most of them didn't register as ever<br>having made even the SINGLE POST Attributed to their name.<br><br><br>So who feels like playing BatMan? <br><br>Who's known far & wide for having many (MANY) different accounts...<br>Who ADORES popping troublesome threads to the top just to stir things up...<br>That has a Right-Wing BIAS toward anyone "BASHING Religion"...<br>That dislikes me enough to bare false witness against me...<br>Yet doesn't give a fig for the harm it would cause (since they're no longer an active member)<br>That would LOVE to see Polymerase gone (poli knows how to use IP addresses to expose SOXPUPPETS)...<br>Perhaps a Bartender, ...or a DJ...<br><EMBED SRC="http://idisk.mac.com/heyjac/Public/Music/Comedy/carvey_church_satan1.wav", WIDTH=300, HEIGHT=200 CONTROLLER=TRUE AUTOPLAY=FALSE><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
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