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Before the update I was a vagabond, and I just saw a few days ago I've been busted down to "newbie". Why is that that?
 
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I hope this clears up any confusion.
 

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I hope this clears up any confusion.
Oh now its a friggin popularity contest like instagram and facebook. STEP ASIDE MAKE WAY FOR PROGRESS!
 

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Don't fret - newbie is good

Consider the following quote (attributed to Oscar Levant):
"I knew Doris day before she was a virgin..."

It doesn't matter if you have no idea who Oscar Levant or Doris Day were - this quote has endured beyond either of their careers.

As the old saying goes, Any press is good press... Last I read, you were practicing vagabond field medicine
 

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If you haven't had a sidewalk slam, slept on a picnic table, gotten in a wrestlin match over ground score tobbaco with Jesse, or heard the sweet sweet sound of a Choo Choo in over a week...

You lose XP points and revert to your previous juvenile pokemon state.

Serious.
 
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Deleted member 14481

I deleted myself
Well, I guess I deserve this.
 

SlankyLanky

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I think you might be taking this title a little too seriously, it has zero impact on anything. On the positive side if it bothers you I believe that folks that donate can change their title to anything they want to, among some other things available for donors as kind of a thank you for financially supporting the work that goes into the website.
 

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