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This thread will be all about various fun forum statistics.

This forum has a total of 372 members with posts, and another 98 (soon to be 97) with no posts.

The 100th member of Theodore's Royalty and Monarchy Forum is clark!

The 200th member of Theodore's Royalty and Monarchy Forum is GCLichty!

The 300th member of Theodore's Royalty and Monarchy Forum is Kiev!

BaronVonServers has the highest number of posts, at OVER 9,000!!!!!!

7 members in all have over 1,000 posts. Three of the top 25 highest posting members haven't posted at all since 2007.

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OVER 9,000!!!!!!


What? OVER 9000!? THAT'S IMPOSSIBLLLEEEEE!

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Nah,
I make a lot of short posts, (I say a lot in a few lines sometimes, but mostly I'm just putting a ha'penny's worth...)



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OVER 9,000!!!!!!


What? OVER 9000!? THAT'S IMPOSSIBLLLEEEEE!


Two-fifths (more like almost half) of this site is the contribution of seven people. And if KevinfromAustalia hadn't had his account deleted, YOU, Mars, would be our 300th member.

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Two-fifths (more like almost half) of this site is the contribution of seven people.


As much as I appreciate those seven people, it'd be nice if we had more, being pretty much the most thorough discussion forum on monarchy as it stands. I will force feed the world monarchism if necessary.

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And if KevinfromAustalia hadn't had his account deleted, YOU, Mars, would be our 300th member.


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Ethiomonarchist made his 2,000th post today, December 21st, 2010 seireki, at 11:09 AM! Let's all celebrate! Woohoo! Yay Ethiomonarchist!


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Ethiomonarchist made his 2,000th post today, December 21st, 2010 seireki, at 11:09 AM! Let's all celebrate! Woohoo! Yay Ethiomonarchist!



What...only a "woohoo, yay"??? No parade?  No fireworks?  No 100 gun salute?  I'm hurt and horrified.  Oh and what on earth is a seireki?

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Would you accept a float, a sparkler, and the three gun salute?

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Congratulations Neville, on your 300th post!


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Congratulations, Mars, after re-checking the members list, YOU are our 300th member!

The forum has 386 members with posts, and several dozen without posts (I think about 42 or 44, but I didn't count).

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47.79% of this forum post-wise, has been made by 7 people, namely, Ethiomonarchist, ProudCanadian(hasn't posted since 1/20/2010), TheRoyalist(last posted August 2010), royalcello, myself, Peter, and BaronVonServers, who himself alone posted 18.36% of this forum's posts. If anything, this is an understatement, as Peter, Jovan, and Caesar have all deleted their accounts once before, and I know Peter's old account had at least 1,100 posts on it. (I added Peter's previous account alone and the percentage jumps to 49.86% being 7 persons' contributions. It is thus a certainty that over half the forum is the contribution of only 9 people, when Jovan and Caesar are included.)


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While I'm certainly grateful for the prolific contributions of all those named, I do wish that more of our registered members would post more often.  (I had lunch with Flambeaux and his family today and he kindly apologized for his lack of participation.  He has four young children, though, and I don't think everyone has that excuse!)

It's perhaps worth mentioning that of those named by KYM I've met him (Jan 2008), Ethiomonarchist (Apr, Jun 2009; Feb 2010), Peter (Jul 2009), and Caesar (Jun 2010) in person.   I hope to add more to that list (which already includes several other members not named by KYM--of the top 25, Ponocrates, clark, Blayne, Soulblighter, gboleyn, and AaronTraas).

Note that with the new six-month policy coming into effect today, all zero-post accounts registered before July 2010 have been deleted.

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Do all those people live in the US, or did they come there to see you (or vica versa)?

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I'm the one who travels, though usually with additional reasons to be there.  I met KYM in Lexington on the way from Indianapolis (where my parents live and I grew up) to Charlotte (where I lived 2004-08), Ethiomonarchist & AaronTraas in New York several times, Peter in London, Caesar (who came from Ottawa) in Toronto, Ponocrates in Austin on the way to meet Blayne, Soulblighter, and TheHarlequinKing in San Antonio, and gboleyn in Oxford.  Clark I knew before he joined the forum at the SSPX chapel in Charlotte.  

See the "Faces of Monarchy" thread for photos of many of these encounters.

I have yet to persuade any monarchists other than monarchylosangeles to come visit me in Dallas!

I visited Amsterdam (where I met genealogist Hein Bruins) and Rotterdam with the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival Orchestra in 2000 but have not been back to the Netherlands since.  If I should return someday I'll be sure to let you know.  Our conductor here, Jaap van Zweden, is Dutch, so I'm sure that the Dallas Symphony's next European tour (tentatively planned for spring 2013) will include the Netherlands.

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After some deletions of spam accounts who hadn't been caught previously, the forum currently has 384 members with posts.

The 100th member of the forum is clark!

The 200th member of the forum is GCLichty!

The 300th member of the forum is Bartholomew!

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