When someone simply says "bump" in a post, what does that mean?
Bump just brings it up to the top of the list
How come the site adds things to my password ?
Appearance enhancement. It isn't pretty enough.
Watch closely Frank, Bump..
ok... still confused?
so is it the word "bump" in and of it's self that brings it to the top of the list??? or if you typed any word and hit post it would bring it up to the top?
does this site self monitor and look for the word "bump" as sort of a programing code word?
any message or word would bring it to the top of the list.
"ARISE! I COMMAND YOU!" also works.
Okay, let's say, for instance, you had asked a question on the forum, but didn't get an answer before your individual thread gradually descended to the bottom of the pile where nobody would notice it. You could raise it back up to the top of the list by posting sentence, or even a single word (like "bump"), to the thread and that would bump it right back up to the top of the list. There, your question would stand a better chance of getting noticed and answered.
I've been tempted to do that when nobody seems to notice the new set of photos I've posted to the "Spectators and Funny Hats" thread, but so far, I've managed to resist the urge to massage my own ego.
ok.... got it now
Thanks to all..... sometimes I'm slow and I just need a figurative picture or sometimes maybe a literal one.
Clump, rump, stump, frump, dump, hump, jump, lump, sump and pump.
Steve, how could you forget plump?
I am glad to see that you are using the Forum!
thump bap zowie…bloop.
If you do this after sunset, you become the thing that goes bump in the night..........
This explains why we can't have brakes on a T and go to that Fair. Bump bump pump!
What me worry? I consider "bump" a signal that a question has been unanswered.
"What Me worry" Wasn't that Alfred E Newman of MAD MAG. favorite saying ?
I had a What me Worry poster on the wall of the garage where I restored my Model A back in High School Days. Hmm, probably a real collectible now if I still had it!
Yes indeed. Alfred E. Newman