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KYMonarchist

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There will be 43 members sans posts when Theodore makes the latest deletion. Also, in recent news, a while back I surpassed Peter as third-highest poster. Jovan has also recently regained his title of eighth-highest poster from Contra.

There are 387 members of this forum with posts.

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There are 391 members with posts on this forum. We're not that far away from the big 400, people! Woohoo! There are about 38 members registered who have not made a post yet.


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Jovan made his 1,000th post at 9:59 AM today. W00t! Congratulations Jovan!


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Jovan made his 1,000th post at 9:59 AM today. W00t! Congratulations Jovan!


Thanks. I knew it was coming but I missed it. I would point out, however, that this is my second incarnation. I have no idea how many posts I had before I deleted my account in a snit two or three years ago.

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We have provisionally reached 400 memebers! The reason I say provisionally is because I'm not sure what to do with two accounts. I will consult with Theodore on this.
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Just to beat KYM to the punch, but I just noticed that Baron has made his 10,000th post!  That is indeed a milestone!

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Just to beat KYM to the punch, but I just noticed that Baron has made his 10,000th post!  That is indeed a milestone!

Yes, at 8:17 PM on the very same day we provisionally reach 400 members. Truly an awesome day for this forum indeed.

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It would be "awesome" if a greater proportion of those 400 actually posted regularly...
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The milestones are Royal Cello's -  the road is his, I'm just a frequent traveler...

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DutchMonarchist, congratulations on your 100th post!
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With CarolinaCrownGuy's first post, we have a new provisional 400th member! 

Congratulations CondeDeLara, you are now our provisional 400th member!

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complete religious breakdown of all members of this forum with at least one post:

Anglican/Episcopalian: 16
Roman Catholic: 124
Serbian Orthodox: 3
unknown religion: 138
Presbyterian: 3
atheist: 8
Lutheran: 8
Evangelical: 3
none: 7
Baptist: 4
agnostic: 6
Protestant: 10
Christian: 16
Russian Orthodox: 7
Deist: 2
Egyptian Reconstructionism: 2
nutcase: 1
Quaker: 1
Greek Catholic: 1
Eastern Orthodox: 4
Hindu: 2
Taoism: 1
nature/Catholic syncretism: 1
Jewish: 2
Neopagan/Pagan: 6
god: 1
Celtic Reconstructionism: 1
Interfaith: 1
Romanian Orthodox: 2
Ethiopian Orthodox: 2
Buddhist: 4
Unitarian Universalist: 1
personal: 1
secular: 1
Zoroastrian: 1
Methodist: 1
Pentecostal: 1
Eastern Catholic: 1
traditional metaphysics: 1
Dutch Reformed/agnostic: 1
United Church of Christ: 1
Georgian Orthodox: 1
Oriental Orthodox: 1
Dao Cao Dai: 1
Calvinist: 1
Armenian Apostolic: 1

I tried to be as accurate as possible when making this list. But there may be some errors. At least I tried.

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How did you classify me? (Am I the 'nut case'? ;-)

What of those of us who don't think 'Episcopal/Anglican' makes sense?

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I am atheist  I lived in communist country 25 years ago and it was forbiden to belive in God, so I do not know nothnig about that

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Well,
The existence of God can neither be proved nor disproved by purely physical means. 

I bear witness that Jesus the Christ is God, and man, and that He came to save us when we had no hope in the world.  I know this from Scripture, communion with Him, and the Holy Spirit.  I would love to share with you of my faith, but this is not the best place to do that (though Theodore is very generous, the forum is for Monarchists, not Evangelical Proselytizers.


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