Message to User:
And I'm a mod and you're not so why don't you sit over there in that corner for 3 days and cool off.
No I run 10s.
Many things can increase your AP. The biggest increase alone is using a potion of Tol'vir, which gives an incredible amount of AP for a short time. Then you have for flask 300 agi, good another 90 agi various raid. Hunter's mark is another 1772 ap.
According to FD I should have close to 20k ap.
It is one thing to say "I have 20k ap including hunter's mark, a potion of Tol'vir, and full raid buffs". It is quite another just to state "I have 20k ap". Since raid buffs vary from 10 man to 10 man, I assume that the fairest way to compare AP values is to quote the unbuffed value. Potion of Tol'vir lasts for what, 20 seconds? Why would you include that boost in your AP?
In conclusion, my armor is fully gemmed and enchanted, however, I think it is counter productive to quote a fictitiously large AP without specifying that you are including boosts from Hunter's Mark, Raid Buffs, and for the love of god, a Potion of Tol'vir. We should be more specific in the future to reduce confusion.
This isn't an e-penis contest -- this is a theory crafting forum.