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What's the difference between a junior and senior member?
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The color of their hair.
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100 posts (AND the colour of your hair )
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Re: Jr. Or Sr.

When you only have 25 posts, have been here for only 2 months and are from Kazoo MI, you are a Junior Member, I guess.
Actually, I think that they modified the forum software so you can't edit that "field" anymore.
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Actually, I think that they modified the forum software so you can't edit that "field" anymore.
Means nothin'.
Go to profile and use a 'custom user title'... AFAIK it's still possible.
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When you just signed up today?
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Someone changed theirs to "Large Member."

Mine, was just because my boat name is "Anticipation."
Here's the clue... 25 foot boat, bright red, assigned a sailing number by the local club of "57"

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Go to profile and use a 'custom user title'... AFAIK it's still possible.
I just figured this out. I couldn't change from the Profile page but was able to do so from: Quick Links - Edit Your Details - Custom User Title.
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