Yes I know that supportership history, but that's not what I'm saying.. What I mean is, what does it matter that there are there are non-supporters and non-staff with big postcounts.. what makes them different from a regular contributing member? Why should it be something to be celebrated?
I would have celebrated being one of the few non-supporters to have accumulated that mighty postcount... but as you know I ended up getting supportered a month before that post. It was all cos Toujours wanted to give her PCX prize to me cos she knew my birthday was after the event finished.
I don't see how screencapping a series of posts, and a separate postcount milestone can correlate. One is what someone said, and the other is just a number to me. Care to explain? Did you actually do something special on a rounded-number post?
Why point it out? .. Is telling me this gonna help this new member?
I didn't forget XanderO. I can read the list of forum leaders and he wasn't online at the time- so there's no use recommending he ask Xander a question when he'd have to wait longer for a response- especially when Xander wasn't exactly the person he should be going to, anyway. I thought the information I gave him was fine, so I'm not sure why you felt the need to read my conversation with someone else and make me aware of "missed" information. Care to enlighten me? I ask this because it feel you are seemingly implying I can't offer assistance as well as you may offer (I hope it's not the case, though,) when I'd like to clarify I take great care when I help others because I can relate to being lost and new.