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150VPP restriction for vids - Sat Jan 18, 2014, 04:47 PM
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Since: Mar 2013
Posts: 88
Hiya!
To my delight (and surprise!) I reached 150VPP quite early this month, after not getting there at all last month. Now I'm just wondering when the site updates the restriction for watching 150VPP+ vids, I need my fix of advanced vids lol

Thanks a lot for taking the time to read & respond ^^
<3 Ash
 
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Sat Jan 18, 2014, 04:55 PM
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Hi Ash,


It can take from 48 - 72 hours for your VPPs to reach your PSO account. Hope this helps.


Joss


2 Time Bracelet Winner


 
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Sat Jan 18, 2014, 05:03 PM
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Thanks a lot Hoky!
 
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Sat Jan 18, 2014, 08:05 PM
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Since: Aug 2010
Posts: 221
Well done Ash.

Now you can talk to chewme1 in a more "comfy" online room... without the "when do I get my ticket" interruptions that always spoil those "deep" moments, that "lag" in the chat that makes the comment you typed appear on the chat screen, like 10 seconds after you've finished typing it, and it doesn't seem to make any sense 10 seconds after the fact, and "all the feeling is lost".

Now with the 150 VPP restricted chat feature, I look forward to a much smoother conversation between trainer (chewme1) and student (Ash) - ummmmm - or is it the other way around...damn,,can't think straight...but I digress... I think you need 15000 VPPs to send pics through the chat box though... damn, I digressed again.....

Ignore all the above.

Sorry for that "splerge of nonsense" that I must have typed.
Your thread made me do it!

My mind is blank from hours of great poker-tourneys in all my planned MTT's (consistancy wise) for my Saturday, and have a smile on my face like the "village idiot" - Then I saw your thread and all I wanted to say was "well done for 150VPPs, and doing it quicker than you expected".

It's a nice feeling, you know, that "reward" feeling one gets (basically a natural dopamine release in the brain........but I'm starting to babble again ... so just to end off....

..Try to remember these moments, cause they shouldn't be forgotten. No matter how far one progresses.



SL
 
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Sun Jan 19, 2014, 01:49 AM
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Since: Oct 2012
Posts: 1,050
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Originally Posted by slettuce View Post
Well done Ash.

Now you can talk to chewme1 in a more "comfy" online room... without the "when do I get my ticket" interruptions that always spoil those "deep" moments, that "lag" in the chat that makes the comment you typed appear on the chat screen, like 10 seconds after you've finished typing it, and it doesn't seem to make any sense 10 seconds after the fact, and "all the feeling is lost".

Now with the 150 VPP restricted chat feature, I look forward to a much smoother conversation between trainer (chewme1) and student (Ash) - ummmmm - or is it the other way around...damn,,can't think straight...but I digress... I think you need 15000 VPPs to send pics through the chat box though... damn, I digressed again.....

Ignore all the above.

Sorry for that "splerge of nonsense" that I must have typed.
Your thread made me do it!

My mind is blank from hours of great poker-tourneys in all my planned MTT's (consistancy wise) for my Saturday, and have a smile on my face like the "village idiot" - Then I saw your thread and all I wanted to say was "well done for 150VPPs, and doing it quicker than you expected".

It's a nice feeling, you know, that "reward" feeling one gets (basically a natural dopamine release in the brain........but I'm starting to babble again ... so just to end off....

..Try to remember these moments, cause they shouldn't be forgotten. No matter how far one progresses.



SL

hey slettuce, sounds like you addicted to poker,, check into rehab please, ward 7b, Dr Flopintoriver's class
 
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Sun Jan 19, 2014, 07:30 AM
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Since: Mar 2013
Posts: 88
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Originally Posted by slettuce View Post
Well done Ash.

Now you can talk to chewme1 in a more "comfy" online room... without the "when do I get my ticket" interruptions that always spoil those "deep" moments, that "lag" in the chat that makes the comment you typed appear on the chat screen, like 10 seconds after you've finished typing it, and it doesn't seem to make any sense 10 seconds after the fact, and "all the feeling is lost".

Now with the 150 VPP restricted chat feature, I look forward to a much smoother conversation between trainer (chewme1) and student (Ash) - ummmmm - or is it the other way around...damn,,can't think straight...but I digress... I think you need 15000 VPPs to send pics through the chat box though... damn, I digressed again.....

Ignore all the above.

Sorry for that "splerge of nonsense" that I must have typed.
Your thread made me do it!

My mind is blank from hours of great poker-tourneys in all my planned MTT's (consistancy wise) for my Saturday, and have a smile on my face like the "village idiot" - Then I saw your thread and all I wanted to say was "well done for 150VPPs, and doing it quicker than you expected".

It's a nice feeling, you know, that "reward" feeling one gets (basically a natural dopamine release in the brain........but I'm starting to babble again ... so just to end off....

..Try to remember these moments, cause they shouldn't be forgotten. No matter how far one progresses.



SL

Lol slettuce u r amazingly nuts xD
Thanks very much for the pat on the back! I will tease Chewy a little more with your blessing. So cute to actually hear him blush mwahahahaha.

See you soon and may your rivershoves be called with worse!
<3 Ash
 

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