Who holds record to 12/24/01 for most posts

Gary R

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on TSG?

Have seen a few with over 1,000 & was curious as to the top person.

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Gary

if you click on Members at the top right of the page and then click on Top 10 posters it will give you a list in the order of most post's.

Bryan holds #1 spot with 11807 posts.

:D
 
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And,
very few are in random discussion forum (unless Mulder and he are "discussing" football of course ) .

If you are fortunate enough to have Bryan help you with a problem , it will almost certainly be solved !

There is nothing left to say :) ...Rhett
 
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I don't think anyone can pass him... nor should they. There are some people who go at a rate to do that, but he is far above us. Bryan is practically an admistrator and as mentioned above, it seems only 1% of his posts are attributed to the random board. At least half of mine are. :D
 
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Mulder,

You're missing the point here........

We're not talking about the dogs who don't ever leave their front porch. :rolleyes:

DS
 
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Mulder before Christmas,

Attorney's Night Before Christmas


Whereas, on an occasion immediately preceding the Nativity
festival, throughout a certain dwelling unit, quiet descended, in
which could be heard no disturbance, not even the sound emitted
by a diminutive rodent related to, and in form resembling, a rat;
and

Whereas, the offspring of the occupants had affixed their
tubular, closely knit coverings for the nether limbs to the flue
of the fireplace in expectation that a personage known as St.
Nicholas would arrive; and

Whereas, said offspring had become somnolent, and were
entertaining re: saccharine-flavored fruit; and

Whereas, the adult male of the family, et ux, attired in proper
headgear, had also become quiescent in anticipation of nocturnal
inertia; and

Whereas, a distraction on the snowy acreage outside aroused the
owner to investigate; and

Whereas, he perceived in a most unbelieving manner a vehicle
propelled by eight domesticated quadrupeds of a species found in
arctic regions; and

Whereas, a most odd rotund gentleman was entreating the aforesaid
animals by their appellations, as follows:

"Your immediate co-operation is requested. Dasher, Dancer,
Prancer, and Vixen; and collective action by you will be much
appreciated, Comet, Cupid, Donner, and Blitzen"; and

Whereas, subsequent to the above, there occurred a swift descent
to the hearth by the aforementioned gentleman, where he proceeded
to deposit gratuities in the aforementioned tubular coverings.

Now, therefore, be ye advised: that upon completion of these
acts, and upon his return to his original point of departure, he
proclaimed a felicitation of the type prevalent and suitable to
these occasions, i.e.:

"Merry Christmas to All and to All a Good Night!"
 

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