Something tell me John is jealous of all the new MVP, maybe he should give the MVP program a try, I've seen a person with 41 post with MVP rank
Rightfully so. Everyone's laughing, and riding, and cornholing except him.
To teach is a moment's superiority; not to, everlasting.
Just for some clarification, post counts don't really make up an MVP. I've also seen the idea of "helping people out" which is something everyone in a community should strive to do, not just someone in the MVP program. The program itself has evolved. It is no longer the "Forum MVP" program, it's larger now, and covers much more of the PlayStation world.
These are the guys coming up with the forum contests seen on the front page.
They're the ones identifying compelling user generated content that finds its way to our blogs (or they create their own, like podcasts or LBP levels).
They're the ones building the events seen on the community calendar.
They also provide our business with invaluable perspectives feedback on a very regular basis, representing the larger PlayStation Community, on ll of our products and services.
And the impact of their responsibilities will continue to grow as this new wave of MVPs gets confortable.
These are the key functions of the program, and you can do that sort of thing without posting a lot. You just have to be an engaged gamer in one way or another.