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reflecting on my status here at PM compared to my actual bulk of knowledge and having spoken with many in the CB about how quickly they too feel they've risen high in the ranks unfairly, I am thinking it may be time for new levels to be tacked on up top. Not saying we need to restructure the current system or shuffle around the status of those who are already here. What I suggest is topping things off with a few new levels. maybe add 'angel', 'god', 'demi-god', 'idol' - that sort of thing. The name would not be as important as the idea that the gaps would grow tremendously. Perhaps having the gap between saint and the next level being 5000 XP. Then have it be 10,000 XP then 20 and so on. Basically, make sure that the people who are raking in the advances are being ranks accordingly and that those of us who just hang around a lot, vote and say entertaining things in the CB aren't being ranked with the truly great.

What are your thoughts?

"A man's maturity -- consists in having found again the seriousness one had as a child, at play." --Nietzsche

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