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I need help with Member title

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Can anyone tell me how to change this.  I have looked at the edit my profile page and can't seem to find a way to do it.  I want to change the junior member title.  I thought maybe its because I don't have enough posts, but that cant be the reason since others with less posts have changed theirs.  Thanks.

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Send $100 to Zod and he'll change ur title.

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Send $100 to Zod and he'll change ur title.

 

I think airfare to Florida is more than that.

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Never given much thought to my member having a title.

 

While it has been described with many adverbs and adjectives over the years, I can't say I've considered a title for it. I think a little humility is a good thing.

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Never given much thought to my member having a title.

 

While it has been described with many adverbs and adjectives over the years, I can't say I've considered a title for it. I think a little humility is a good thing.

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My Settings ->  Profile Settings/General Account Settings -> Profile Information ->  Member Title

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Thanks for ruining the fun, dick.

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Thanks for ruining the fun, dick member.

 

fify.....

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