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How About This Only Kids Get The Points We Don't Need Them??

Hi I have been thinking about this for along time. Since were over 18 points are useless to us. There is no brass ring. No gold coin no postcards. So the kids need them for monthly auctions and the big one in September. What do we need them for. Were all equal.Were all collectors. I have the most and to be truthful it doesn't mean I'm the best. It doesn't mean I'm the king. All it means is more people comment on my blogs. That's it. Not a thing else. So lets level the playing field and have the ANA respect us for what we are not for what we have points. What's your opinion? I'm hoping for a clean sweep! Think about this. New kids won't follow you because you have more points than others. They will  check you site and see how active you are! Its better for them. They won't follow people who haven't blogged in five years. They will follow current active members. They get better help and learn What does everyone think. I want allot of answers!! Mike




1 month ago

Need a new system to encourage participation.  Points may be outdated? 

1 month ago

The site surely needs something besides points. Participation is so low in the blogs and forums. Something needs changed? Need to clean out all the inactive accounts? Does the ANA delete accounts of people who are no longer members of the ANA?  

1 month ago

I've been a collector, ooops- hoarder, since 1974/75 and sadly only an ANA member these past four years. In that time I'm  half way through level 5 and ranked 19th, despite posting on a weekly basis and commenting on perhaps two dozen blogs/collections over the same week. Well, nearly weekly. So this shows you what the point system means to myself, unlike others who treat it like some video game. I suppose in their own fantasy world this makes them important somehow. So yes, drop the points system, leaving it only to the young numismatists as it is currently.  

1 month ago
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