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Thread Starter 
Check the home page statistics: we're close to having 15,000 registered members.
post #2 of 17
Amazing. Just amazing. How is AC feeling about his brainchild?!
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Thread Starter 
Our 15,001st member has just registered!

We were at 10,000 in June 2005.
post #4 of 17
A milestone indeed. Congratulations to EpicSki!

And welcome to EpicSki, Mountain Holidays (member #15,001).

Best regards,
Bob Barnes (member #555, and I thought it was big way back then! I bow to Oboe, one of the original double-digiters.)
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I was noticing some of the names of those who have been around a loooooong time. A few others with Low digits, Lars, Philpug, Pierre, Lucky, Arcmeister, Ott, Finndog, John H, Yuki, Bonni,............to mention just a few who've been around here since the early days.

Thanks to all who were here before me for embracing me and making me feel at home.
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Once again I ask the same question I asked at 10,000 I believe.

Why is this a good thing? Bigger isn't necessarily better, in fact things tend to get worse as they get bigger.
post #7 of 17
Thread Starter 
We were at 5000 in October 2003.

SMJ, it's a milestone, sort of like the pencil mark on a door charting a child's growth. Is it good that a child grows into an adult? Well, that's arguable, I guess, but it's impossible to stop an acorn from becoming an oak tree, so we might as well enjoy its shade.
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I understand nolo. The reference that I have is a small workout board I'm involved in. Less then 100 active members (often a lot less.)
I have never seen a single post that wasn't supportive or positive, have seen NO arguing, no moderator issues and so on. Needless to say that's an extreme example, but growth for growth's sake is the cause of many problems in society, in business and so on.

Recent developments here show that to be the case don't they?
post #9 of 17
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Recent developments remind me of living with two teenage girls, SMJ.
post #10 of 17
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Originally Posted by trekchick View Post
I was noticing some of the names of those who have been around a loooooong time. A few others with Low digits, Lars, Philpug, Pierre, Lucky, Arcmeister, Ott, Finndog, John H, Yuki, Bonni,............to mention just a few who've been around here since the early days.

Thanks to all who were here before me for embracing me and making me feel at home.

aw, you're just so cute.
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aw, you're just so cute.
Be careful what you say...


There could be a dark side

















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Cirque are you selling that as an avatar on TGR?
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Originally Posted by Bob Barnes/Colorado View Post
A milestone indeed. Congratulations to EpicSki!

And welcome to EpicSki, Mountain Holidays (member #15,001).

Best regards,
Bob Barnes (member #555, and I thought it was big way back then! I bow to Oboe, one of the original double-digiters.)
JEEZUM CROW, Bob! I'm pretty sure that's the first bow I've ever HAD! Thanks!

Before The Great Wipeout, I was member number 45. Now I'm (sigh) just another Bear - but HEY! Being an EpicSki Bear is GRRRREAT!

Almost as great as taking the family to AMERICA'S FAMILY RESORT - SMUGGLERS' NOTCH! WE WANT YOU BACK!
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Before The Great Wipeout, I was member number 45. Now I'm (sigh) just another Bear - but HEY! Being an EpicSki Bear is GRRRREAT!
You're still member #45, oboe...
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Gee, and I thought being number 744 was cool! How humbling!
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looky at Lucky hangin at #52
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I would like to be 52 again.
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