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Top Ten Posters as of 12:01, 9/9/09

Post by NECRAT »

This forum would not be what it is without our members, our "community", if you will.

To honor those who go above and beyond to help us out here, I give you the top ten posters, based on post count.

1. K9EZ @ 2396
2. Broadcastdoc @ 1644
3. NECRAT (me) @ 1335
4. Sam Buca @ 988
5. Rockmanac @ 788
6. Deep Thought @ 768
7. RFWarrior @ 394
8. Chris from Milwaukee @ 373
9. Tim Burke @ 311
10. RGorjance.

Of course everyone here makes a difference, but I want to personally thank Kent, Doc, Sam, Adam, Mark, Jeff, Chris, Tim , and Fossil for everything they do to contribute here!
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Post by BroadcastDoc »

Won't be long before you unseat me for second place! :)

A big thank you to you as well. You carry a lot of the load here!
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Post by RGORJANCE »

Thank you for this singular honor (even though I came in last).

I've always wanted to be "A POSTER CHILD". :lol: :lol: :lol:
(only took XX years to make it)

Thank you, staff, for a great site - keep up the good work!

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Post by rockmanac »

Wow. Didn't know I've posted that much!
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Post by eadler »

RGORJANCE wrote:(only took XX years to make it)
While X is 10 in Roman numerals, XX is only 20. If you want 10 * 10, you need to use a C :mrgreen:
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Post by RGORJANCE »

Actually, I wanted to go "age incognito" so all ya'll wouldn't know just how old I am. :lol: :lol:

Fossil

PS You're indeed correct about the Roman numerals. I learned that along with sanskrit and wax tablet 101.
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Post by Muadeeb »

Wow. They had already progressed passed stone tablets??
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Post by RGORJANCE »

Yeah, the finally realized that stone tablets couldn't be erased without destroying them. I guess that was the earliest form of volatile memory.

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Post by ajstriker »

RGORJANCE wrote: I guess that was the earliest form of volatile memory.

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You could say that...

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Post by RFWarrior »

And then came tech support...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQTbdlcOpZs

:)

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