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KYMonarchist

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Huzzah! We have surpassed 60,000 posts on the whole forum! Hooray!
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What the hell!

"First account had about 1100 posts or so."

"I was slightly ahead of him with around 1200 or 1300 posts."

"Can you please stop with the nonsense?"

After reading their posts, I felt like asking them that too.

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Are you claiming to have read the 2400 posts?

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With all I have written here, I expect I've contributed my share of nonsense. Sir Edward certainly didn't have to read any of it, though.

I've started to wonder about his identity. My immediate and natural assumption was that he was some live person, not the revenant of one of our worst ever Prime Ministers. But the general sulkiness of his demeanour is certainly reminiscent of the man memorably accused of 'the longest sulk in history'. Still, if he is indeed carrying on his grudge from beyond the grave, why here? A mystery.
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Congratulations Spongie555 on your 50th post!
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Congratulations to our only Norwegian member Sujit on surpassing 100 posts!
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Congrats to wainscottbl on surpassing 100 posts as well!
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Congratulations Ivan_IV on your 50th post, you may be eligible for inclusion in the restricted demographic survey if it is ever done!
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Congratulations Ivan_IV on your 50th post, you may be eligible for inclusion in the restricted demographic survey if it is ever done!

And the same to HeirOfWallachia! Congratulations!

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Congratulations DC on 100 posts! Woohoo!
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The next thread to be posted on this forum will be the 4,000th thread!

Let's make it a good one, shall we?

Also, it's interesting to note that more than 25% of this forum's threads are in the British Isles and Commonwealth section of the forum.

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The next thread to be posted on this forum will be the 4,000th thread!

Let's make it a good one, shall we?

Also, it's interesting to note that more than 25% of this forum's threads are in the British Isles and Commonwealth section of the forum.

And we today hit 4,000 threads on the forum, yay!

Also, congratulations MonarchistCatherine on your 50th post! You may be eligible for inclusion in the restricted forum demographic survey if I ever do it.

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Also, it's interesting to note that more than 25% of this forum's threads are in the British Isles and Commonwealth section of the forum.


I can think of several reasons for that. For one, news regarding the House of Windsor tends to be far more readily available than on other Houses. For another, many members are either subjects of Her Majesty or are ardent supporters. So I don't think it's surprising at all.

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Congratulations Peter on achieving your 4,000th post on December 21st, 2011, at 5:00 AM!!!
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Thank you, I think. It wasn't five in the morning to me, though. I did notice the figure myself on returning to the thread, and thought the post suitably eccentric.
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