A few days after my "how to become a moderator" topic was introduced, I got this strange message,
"Be it hereby known that thee, The_Bell_Dingers shall never become a moderator of any of the Groundspeak forums, and shall never be considered to be a volunteer cache reviewer, and shall never be considered as a Waymarking category manager.
Asking to become one is the ONLY way to forever, never, be considered for that distinction.
Firstly even though it sounds like volunteer, it means that you are suggested by the community of moderators and reviewers and the existing moderators/reviewers talk about you behind your back for over a year before acting on it. So here one can see that someone with less than a hundred forum posts can't possibly be known to the community.
Secondly, asking for it probably means, in this day and age, that you have some kind of agenda that you want to impose upon everyone else and will try to use this as a means to an end. The ezisting system is designed to prevent that from possibly happening.
This has been said many times before in the forums.
I think there is an answer such as this in the forum and geocaching FAQ."
first, is this for real.
second, why would somebody send this to someone with less than 100 posts? are they scared?