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Old 08-07-2010, 09:41 AM   #9
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You make a good point, Worldwalker. Savvy members who've been around long enough to know what a post count and karma points mean can probably work out for themselves who is a legitimate member, around for long enough for anything he might have to offer commercially to have been checked out by buyers and clients and who is here for a free advertising ride.

I've seen and responded to many posts, though, from newer MR members with less experience asking what karma is all about. I guess in a way, we should all feel responsible for avoiding possible pitfalls for their sake if not for our own.

Apologies again to everyone for opening an unwelcome can o' worms. Cheers. Neil
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