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asked 17 Jan '10, 12:43

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edited 22 Mar '10, 17:14

First person to "answer" this "question" gets 100 points!

(27 Jan '10, 11:47) Breck Carter

What type of answer do you expect? In my opinion the above is a statement not a question.

(28 Jan '10, 08:19) Martin

Any "answer", just type something, if you want some points... the only way I can dole out points is by paying a bounty. Points are especially valuable for new users since you need points to do editing and other things.

(28 Jan '10, 12:39) Breck Carter

By "new users" I mean "people just starting to use this website"... and congratulations to Kumar for getting 100 points just for being Kumar!

(02 Feb '10, 11:09) Breck Carter

Thanks for the links :-) I dont mind getting 100 points simply by writing an answer-like statement !

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answered 02 Feb '10, 05:11

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I implemented that feature in the SA server - can I have some points too? :-)

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answered 03 Feb '10, 00:07

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