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    C.B.Daddy
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    ok , I tried to look around and pay attention but to no avail. What do the green dots in a members profile mean? Obviously the more the “better” but ??? And bump? Bump? Bump? Thanks in advance to whoever sheds the light on the these things for me.

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    Humdinger
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    The dots refer to someone's accuracy score level.   For instance, 3 dots means someone has had 30 positive accuracy points, 4 dots means they have fifty.  Green dots are for positive points received, red dots are for negative dots.

    Bump is just a word used by the poster on a classified ad after a week passes with no activity to move the ad back up to the top of the pages.  An ad is only allowed to be bumped back to the top of the classifieds after a week so the same ad can't stay on page one by an over eager seller.

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    C.B.Daddy
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       ☺️ Humdinger,I thank you so much. Just yesterday I saw it again and was still dumbfounded 🤣😂🤣. 

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    ranedouglas
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       hey , angel , for a glaring example of what red dots are more realistically about – have a gander at my giant red balls of fire .   it would be great if it werent anonymous .  i sign the balls i give now after i learned about these balls………it's actually a cool idea , but there should be a way to stand behind what one says – especially if it's negative.  i looked all over for a rules page , but after mike moderator got onto me for dropping prices too quickly ( that also bumps the ad back to the front ) , they showed me the rules atop the classifieds page.  it's hard to catch because it looks like one of those locked threads that we just glance over .   but i thought it was like brad's classys , where you just wait till it gets off the front page to relist.   …  and  " bump "  looks really strange  …   did you ever ask nhat about his little colibre ?  – rane on.

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    ranedouglas
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    ….heeheehee….  have you ever heard of a " bump monkey " ?  …..that shit was funny….

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