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  • What's with this new "Rep Power"?

    I'm seeing this in the upper right corner of our posts now. Is that like bench press at the Combine? Is this the number of 225-lb reps we can do? Cause, if so, I now fear TX a little more. :redface:

    Anybody know?
    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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    Re: What's with this new "Rep Power"?

    it relates to your user reputation.
    As you get better you get more power.

    Of course, you can also loose that power as well

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      Re: What's with this new "Rep Power"?

      Originally posted by RamDez
      it relates to your user reputation.
      As you get better you get more power.
      Uh, power to do what? If it is power to post an unsupported, ill-advised, flaming tirade, I'm game. Can we go into negative numbers and dig a hole we can't get out of? If so, I'm game again. (Now let's see ... if you multiply a negative number by another negative number you get a positive one ... I had to remind myself of that in case I start slipping ...)

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