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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

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    How did one earn Pride Points & what were they good for?
    basically you could award or take away pride points based on how good or bad you thought someone's post or comment. If we had these days then Prophet would deny everyone's existence and keep taking them away, whereas some like Mr Woo would become a pride points whore
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    Looking at that I can't believe I listed Chris Hovan as my favourite player at that time.. our roster must have been piss poor at that time ..lol
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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

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    How did one earn Pride Points & what were they good for?
    basically you could award or take away pride points based on how good or bad you thought someone's post or comment. If we had these days then Prophet would deny everyone's existence and keep taking them away, whereas some like Mr Woo would become a pride points whore
    ;D

    Looking at that I can't believe I listed Chris Hovan as my favourite player at that time.. our roster must have been piss poor at that time ..lol
    So instead of saying something silly like "Excellent Post My Friend" or "I just moved ya up on the spread sheet" you gave out Pride Points?

    Were is the fun in that?
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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

    yep thats the way it worked... anyway nothing to stop you making a post to say you were awarding a Pride Point.... that way you could get that warm fuzzy feeling from being kind to a fellow PPOer
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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

    This is awesome, the Wayback Machine rules!!!!
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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

    Where is that other thread on this same subject?

    I wanted to see when it actually all started.


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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

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    Where is that other thread on this same subject?

    I wanted to see when it actually all started.
    http://www.purplepride.org/forums/index.php?topic=44769.0

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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

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    How did one earn Pride Points & what were they good for?
    basically you could award or take away pride points based on how good or bad you thought someone's post or comment. If we had these days then Prophet would deny everyone's existence and keep taking them away, whereas some like Mr Woo would become a pride points whore
    ;D

    Looking at that I can't believe I listed Chris Hovan as my favourite player at that time.. our roster must have been piss poor at that time ..lol
    So instead of saying something silly like "Excellent Post My Friend" or "I just moved ya up on the spread sheet" you gave out Pride Points?

    Were is the fun in that?
    ;D
    i'd rather go up the spreadsheet then get "Pride Points"
    they just sound.. kinda funny.. or.. well.. pointing toward a different kinda point..

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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

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    How did one earn Pride Points & what were they good for?
    basically you could award or take away pride points based on how good or bad you thought someone's post or comment. If we had these days then Prophet would deny everyone's existence and keep taking them away, whereas some like Mr Woo would become a pride points whore
    ;D

    Looking at that I can't believe I listed Chris Hovan as my favourite player at that time.. our roster must have been piss poor at that time ..lol
    So instead of saying something silly like "Excellent Post My Friend" or "I just moved ya up on the spread sheet" you gave out Pride Points?

    Were is the fun in that?

    ;D
    i'd rather go up the spreadsheet then get "Pride Points"

    they just sound.. kinda funny.. or.. well.. pointing toward a different kinda point..

    DiGiTaL
    Your already in the "Top Shelf" column.
    No room for upward movement so to speak.
    ;D
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    Re: The Wayback Machine - What did PP.O look like when it started?

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    How did one earn Pride Points & what were they good for?
    basically you could award or take away pride points based on how good or bad you thought someone's post or comment. If we had these days then Prophet would deny everyone's existence and keep taking them away, whereas some like Mr Woo would become a pride points whore
    ;D

    Looking at that I can't believe I listed Chris Hovan as my favourite player at that time.. our roster must have been piss poor at that time ..lol
    So instead of saying something silly like "Excellent Post My Friend" or "I just moved ya up on the spread sheet" you gave out Pride Points?

    Were is the fun in that?

    ;D
    i'd rather go up the spreadsheet then get "Pride Points"

    they just sound.. kinda funny.. or.. well.. pointing toward a different kinda point..

    DiGiTaL
    Your already in the "Top Shelf" column.
    No room for upward movement so to speak.

    ;D
    i didn't even know a spread sheet existed.
    all i know is if we still had pride points i would have been in the minus about 1 post in.
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