yo waddup its ya boi 6 months ago I made a thread about staff applications being left up for a really long time. At that time - per a reply from Trogs - that was happening because Brawl didn't really have a staff manager. Now Brawl has 2 new admins yet posting an app is still like wandering into the wilderness without any idea when your 40 years are up. To use a few current, and prior, examples... All of @Pyrotheum's applications. Denied after 30 days, denied after 40 days, and still pending after 31 days. Both of @Carnotauros' last two applications. His current one has been up for 28 days. @Charlie_0014's current application. It has been up for 31 days. Both of @Unifier's applications. His first got 54% +1's and was denied for ts3 after 25 days. His most recent app got 80% +1's (over 60 votes) and was denied for DANK MEMES after 22 days. One point that has been made before is that 4 new jmods were accepted so apps are being dealt with. But not in anything approaching a timely manner @NickManEA's app - left up for 34 days @NMHRODMAN1SBEST's app - up for 43 days @MoistMayonnaise's app - up for 39 days SuperBen's app was also up for a whopping 54 days although the circumstances (going from inactive -> very active over that time) were a little different. Apps that have no chance of being accepted also get left up way longer than they should. For example: 82.4% -1's out of 35 votes. Why hasn't this been denied? The requirements state that you should be active in all areas and with an inkling of maturity. But I think that's missing the most important req: patience. Because you have to wait a long-ass time for a reply on your application. I don't like complimenting munchy because its owned by an idiot and survives off the views on his dying youtube channel. One thing they do right, however, is efficiently accepting or denying staff applications. I looked through their staff application section and almost every single app has been resolved within 2 weeks or less. It's unreasonable and unfair that anyone should have to wait 20 to 30 let alone 40 days to be accepted or denied. Either someone meets the requirements or they don't. You don't need to have a 1 or 2 month think to figure out if they do. Please fix this.