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  • Albradley
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    Originally posted by fullbush View Post
    Hey you guys are premium members in my book. You're celebrities around here and should be compensated for every post IMO
    Thank you FullBush rhat means alot to me.

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  • Brian M
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    Alright, here are the details:

    http://outdoorsdirectory.com/aboutus/members

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  • fullbush
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    Originally posted by spoiled one View Post
    Ron, you and I are just free loaders!
    Originally posted by Cap'n Ron View Post
    Yep, and we are WORTH what we pay for it :nyanya:
    Originally posted by 270ti View Post
    Don't forget that you get the ability to ban people with a premium membership.
    Originally posted by Albradley View Post
    Ahh I finally understand now
    Hey you guys are premium members in my book. You're celebrities around here and should be compensated for every post IMO

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  • spoiled one
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    Originally posted by Cap'n Ron View Post
    Yep, and we are WORTH what we pay for it :nyanya:
    Well played!

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  • Cap'n Ron
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    Yeah but...

    Originally posted by spoiled one View Post
    Ron, you and I are just free loaders!
    Yep, and we are WORTH what we pay for it :nyanya:

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  • Albradley
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    Is it expensive to become one?

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  • 270ti
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    Don't forget that you get the ability to ban people with a premium membership.

    Originally posted by Brian M View Post
    Hmmm...the link explaining the varying levels of membership used to be right at the top, but I'm not seeing it right now. I'll look into that and see if I can't find the official explanation for you.

    Basically, the supporting and premium memberships are a way for folks to make a financial contribution to the site. In return supporting and premium members get some added features such as increased PM storage, the ability to close their own threads, and increased file storage space. Again, though, I'll get the specific details to you as soon as I find them.

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  • spoiled one
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    Ron, you and I are just free loaders!

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  • Albradley
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    Ahh I finally understand now

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  • Brian M
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    Hmmm...the link explaining the varying levels of membership used to be right at the top, but I'm not seeing it right now. I'll look into that and see if I can't find the official explanation for you.

    Basically, the supporting and premium memberships are a way for folks to make a financial contribution to the site. In return supporting and premium members get some added features such as increased PM storage, the ability to close their own threads, and increased file storage space. Again, though, I'll get the specific details to you as soon as I find them.

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  • Cap'n Ron
    started a topic What is a Premium or a Supporting Member?

    What is a Premium or a Supporting Member?

    I did a search of FAQ's, found nothing on this topic, I know it must be somewhere, but I've wondered for years what a Premium Member or a Supporting Member of AOD is, how and why one would/should become one.

    Please, let's keep the cynicism down, and let a moderator or forum owner answer this one:think:

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