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Please welcome our newest moderator, pdnnoob!

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Please welcome the newest addition to the Paint.NET forum's moderating team, @pdnnoob!

:cake::beer:

Present your offerings now so he may decide who is worthy of posting and who shall be banished.

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Welcome aboard!

Quite a journey you've made, from pdnnoob to mod. ;)

Remember, newest mod buys the first round. :beer:

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Congratulations PDNNoob! Great to have you on board as a mod with your wealth of experience & friendliness, you will be a great asset to the forum :D

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Quick 'noob - add this title to your CV!

 

Congratulations and welcome to the inner sanctum.  Secret handshake instructions to follow....

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Thanks, guys! You guys have given me so much more over the years than you know. I'm happy for the chance to give back to the best online community ever! :)

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Present your offerings now so he may decide who is worthy of posting and who shall be banished.

 

I'm stuffed.  Not one for creeping me

 

... that said.  Congratulations mate.  A no brainer with all the helpful words you put on here

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I'm stuffed.  Not one for creeping me

I have no idea what this means

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Translation: I'm screwed. I don't suck up to anyone

... then the congraulations for anyone who hasn't read my original post

Edited by welshblue

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lol congrats PDNnoob!... Most people want to become mods but once they become one and have to adhere to things like no swearing, no inappropriate conduct, and no flirting / cybering, plus the amount of pervy PM's mod's get, they quickly learn modding is a lot harder than it looks.

 

- if a person wants to be a mod to ban people, that's the wrong reason... modding is 95% helping users and 5% kicking abusers

- if a person wants to help others regardless if they are a mod or not, that's the right reason as they don't focus on status.

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