This answer is clearly not answering the question (examples before 1950), and is marked a new user, but has a 61K+ reputation on another site (stack overflow) and thus we shouldn't have to explain the rules to them like we should for a new user this answer. Despite this post which asks us to ignore rep bonus for purposes of the first question/answer queue (and I agree with), I'd prefer we save the "new user be nice" for those users who are truely new, and not include those of us who are experienced on other sites.
@Glorfindel remarked that this question asks to distinquish between new users to this site versus new users to the whole network. That information is available via clicking on the user's icon and finding out. My request is different because I am asking that the "new user be nice" tag is removed completely from those of us who already have enough reputation in another network site to not count as a new user anymore. Thus, the "new user be nice" tag is network wide, not site specific.
The reason I ask this is because I want to cut down on the false positives, so we don't start ignoring the "new" message because we see it too often. Do you agree?