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I don't like having a lot of reputation. I like staying under 100 reputation.

Is there any feasible way to do that, like:

  1. Donating some reputation
  2. Using bounties
  3. By $$$$
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-1, ask bad questions? give bad answers? – user7116 Jul 8 '11 at 19:06
Mark all answers as Community Wiki – ChrisF Jul 8 '11 at 19:08
@six i don't want to trouble users with bad QA , i want the right way to do that – user824981 Jul 8 '11 at 19:11
@JNK If we don't ask questions HOW will other answer them :) – user824981 Jul 9 '11 at 1:25
What about a low reputation attracts you? – Rick Sladkey Jul 9 '11 at 1:39
@rick - If I had to guess, based on his pattern of behavior, the lack of responsibility. If he just asks a ton of questions and keeps his rep low all he has to do is let people solve his problems for him. – JNK Jul 9 '11 at 1:48
@JNK This site is for solving problems of others , whats harm in that. I am not getting answers at gunpoint. Frankly speaking I like low rep because then i don't have to worry if someone give the -ve vote and why i get less upvotes . I remember my previous account closed at 3000rep due to bad arguments with senior member and some bad questions. Although questions were not that bad but as he was senior with very high rep , everyone thinks he true and they suspended me. Then i thought i won't let my rep go up so that i don't need to worry bout rep and just concentrate of questions – user824981 Jul 9 '11 at 5:41
You could always ask a question likely to attract a lot of downvotes. Well, you already know all about that. – Cody Gray Jul 9 '11 at 8:13
Also, "senior" members do not have the power to suspend anyone. Only moderators can do that, and they'll only do it for exceptional cases. You're seriously misunderstanding the reputation system, and trying to solve a non-existent problem using an inappropriate method. Just so you know... – Cody Gray Jul 9 '11 at 8:14
See also… – Pops Jul 12 '11 at 14:11
Looks like he found out – Jarrod Mosen Apr 12 '13 at 2:09
up vote 3 down vote accepted

You only need 75 reputation to offer bounties, so #2 certainly works

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thanks buddy , i will do that – user824981 Jul 8 '11 at 19:10

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