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I have noticed that NoirVelours is fast approaching Terry on the posting "leaderboard."
I wonder who will be the first to join Naska and Oliver in the 1K club?
MGN sits at 987 as I write this, but in only 6 weeks NoirVelours has reached 575 posts and Terry sits at the bottom of the leader board with 723 posts.
Will Terry be bumped by NoirVelours? Will they both be able to sustain the grueling pace and surpass even Kevin and the inactive-of-late Violin? Will MyGuitarNow keep his slow-but-steady pace and be the first to break 1000 posts?
It's a nail-biter folks. Watch the stats board for up-to-the-minute updates!!
Well, things may get less complicated because I'm thinking about (well deserved) retirement.
My 1700 posts at a total of 1/2 day on line amounts to over 20 work weeks of time during which I should have been doing something else (like practice). And now, I'm getting into more serious stuff which is not going to allow me a lot of slack.
However, I am amused with the race results but I think there should be prizes at the various levels. Maybe a free set of strings or something like that.
The beat goes on
When you come to a fork in the road, take it.
Fuuny post, well spotted.
Congrats to Oliver on 1700 posts because his words of wisdom have helped many students on this website!!
If there is anyone that one looks to see if anything, next to "the Boss", has been
posted its Oliver!!
on the other hand, i am a bit of a 'top posting board' fraud coz most of my posts are flippant diatribe and a constant search for the best way to hijack someone else's posts with my curve-ball drivel!
Having said all that, I love a challenge so NV, sharpen your nails (index finger only, ha)
I am amazed at how old people of my age are.....
And how is this thread itself anything but useless drivel?
All weak minds think alike...they say.
Indeed they do Joe, indeed they do.
As my project management prof put it, "If everyone agrees on something then you have a problem because the solution appeals to the lowest common denominator."
We must be doing well on this board then since we've all got so many different opinions.
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