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Basil
21-09-2006, 12:46 AM
OK, that wasn't funny. Genuine question though. Warning points. I have noticed provision for said points on every user's profile page. I would be grateful for an explanation as to how one might come by them or a link to such an explanation if such link exists.

Thanks in advance

Sincerely
How ard on earth do I not have any warning points?

Rincewind
21-09-2006, 08:02 AM
OK, that wasn't funny. Genuine question though. Warning points. I have noticed provision for said points on every user's profile page. I would be grateful for an explanation as to how one might come by them or a link to such an explanation if such link exists.

Thanks in advance

Sincerely
How ard on earth do I not have any warning points?

We don't use them but if it makes you feel better I have given you a warning point. Please look after it.

bergil
21-09-2006, 10:08 AM
We don't use them but if it makes you feel better I have given you a warning point. Please look after it.
ROTFL :cool:

Garvinator
21-09-2006, 11:19 AM
OK, that wasn't funny. Genuine question though. Warning points. I have noticed provision for said points on every user's profile page. I would be grateful for an explanation as to how one might come by them or a link to such an explanation if such link exists.

Thanks in advance

Sincerely
How ard on earth do I not have any warning points?
see what happens when you question things round here :P

Basil
21-09-2006, 04:00 PM
:eek:

:clap:

:uhoh:

;)

Basil
20-07-2007, 03:31 PM
Dear Barry

Thank you for the warning point awarded 10 or so months ago. I have had much from it, but alas it is now worn out.

I'm writing in the hope that I may have another.

Kind Regards
Howard

Kevin Bonham
20-07-2007, 03:36 PM
We used to automatic-ban anyone who got to three.

Rincewind
20-07-2007, 04:42 PM
I didn't realise warning points would be a desired commodity. Perhaps I should issue them as incentives for participation in my pet projects, like Diplomacy Game #2. :hmm:

Basil
20-07-2007, 06:53 PM
I didn't realise warning points would be a desired commodity.
That's the essential difference between an academic beast and a commercial one! The former realises what they are, while the latter realises what they could be ;)

Now, less chat and more action please :lol: