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6,000 minutes later and I still can't bump my question. Can't we lower the bump time on a question? Like make the max time you have to wait for your question to be bumped around 1-2 hours?

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We had actually discussed lowering the initial bump time to 2 minutes, and so we'll probably do that. I'd be okay with a max bump time but I think 1-2 hours is too frequent. Maybe like once a day or once every two days.
IT literally gave me 12,000 minutes until the next bump. That's 200 hours that's 8 days.
Why not make the bumping time more strategic? You are allowed to bump the same questions three times within a 24hr time slot.

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I like how you're assuming the current bump semantic wasn't strategic. Heh.
Since when is 5111. minutes strategic? >.<

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