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KYMonarchist

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Originally Posted by Schneider
October 10, 1996

Wow, you're only 14. And you're 17 months younger than our previous youngest member. Congratulations, you're our first 1996er to post!

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Done because I'm sure some of you were curious. 32 members are without posts. The demographic survey of all members without posts:

Religion:
 -Christianity: 6
  -Catholicism: 4
   -Roman Catholic: 1
   -Unspecified Catholic: 3
  -Unspecified Protestant: 1
  -Oriental Orthodox: 1
   -Ethiopian Orthodox: 1
 -Islam: 1
 -unknown: 25

Location:
 -USA: 3
 -UK: 2
 -Canada: 1
 -Ireland: 1
 -India: 1
 -Malaysia: 1
 -New Zealand: 1
 -Australia: 2
 -Hungary: 1
 -Romania: 1
 -Austria: 1
 -Spain: 1
 -unknown: 16

Birth Year:
 -1938: 1
 -1982: 2
 -1984: 1
 -1989: 1
 -1997: 1
 -unknown: 26

 
This was accurate as of 11:47 AM, February 7th, 2012 CE.

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No 'Protestant Christians' no 'Baptists' no 'Anglicans'???

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So all protestants either post or stay away all together, while some catholics register and then remain silent? Interesting.

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No 'Protestant Christians' no 'Baptists' no 'Anglicans'???

None so far to lack a post, Baron.

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Please note that the surveys are continually updated when new people join or when accounts are removed. Also, I know you all want to celebrate hitting 500 members, but we're actually behind on deletions so please hold off until we get 500 members with posts. Thank you for your attention.
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The no-post demographic survey will not be updated until the site is caught up on deletions. Sorry.
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The forum is now caught up on deletions, and numerous spam accounts have been removed. The demographic survey of temporary members has thus been updated. Peruse it at your leisure.
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So all protestants either post or stay away all together, while some catholics register and then remain silent? Interesting.


Oddly enough this is no longer true as of today. Also, while currently a no-poster, I find it notable that our first 1997er just joined the forum! Let's all hope he posts.

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Until a few issues are cleared up, the demographic survey of permanent members will not be fully updated.
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The demographic survey has been fully updated now. And if anybody would like, perhaps in December I will try and do a more restricted version for you all that have been wanting one.
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Also, please note that if somebody has changed their profile information and I catch it, the information on the demographic survey also changes to reflect the new information.
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Please note that presumed spam accounts are never added to the no-post demographic survey as they are deleted as soon as they are caught.
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No 'Protestant Christians' no 'Baptists' no 'Anglicans'???

None so far to lack a post, Baron.

And now we have an Anglican without any posts. Huh.

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I will try and update this as soon as feasibly possible, OK?
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