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Posted by: IanB (
Date: September 15, 2003 07:03AM

What meaneth the expressions 'bump' and 'bumping' used by Les and Hugh and others from time to time in these fora?

Re: Bumps?
Posted by: Jack? (
Date: September 15, 2003 07:55AM


When I started 'bumping' it was because I had read all of the USP, and for a while there was little of merit. So I went to the 'Older Topic' button, hit it many times , and went to the depths of the archive to bring oldies to the top.

All you have to do is type any comment (even a . will do).
'Bump' is as good a word as any to expose newbies to good stuff, or give old timers another shot.


Re: Bumps?
Posted by: IanB (
Date: September 15, 2003 11:21AM

Thanks. I get it.

Re: Bumps?
Posted by: -Les- (
Date: September 15, 2003 11:55AM

Ian, scan down to posts by Talia on this thread where "bump" is explained.

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