N766UA
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The "300" Club

Sat Nov 06, 1999 12:28 pm

Ok. This really has to do more with the forum itself. How many of you have more than 300 posts? I think 300 is kind of a milestone on this site. I have also noticed many people saying they are retireing from the forum at 300. What are your opinions? Is 300 really something big for forum users? When do you think most should "retire"?

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flyf15
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RE: The "300" Club

Sat Nov 06, 1999 12:57 pm

I have almost 600 posts on this forum software and well over 1000 on previous versions of this forum. I don't think 300 is anything but a number. Personally, I will stay here as long as it is useful to myself and others.
 
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RE: The "300" Club

Sat Nov 06, 1999 1:03 pm

Yeah. You have a great point. As long as you have fun and have worthwhile things to post, then just keep on goin! However, when you think about it, I've been posting for nearly a year and I have only 60 something.
So to me, 300 is alot. I guess to others it's not so great.
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flyf15
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RE: The "300" Club

Sat Nov 06, 1999 1:07 pm

As long as you post stuff that people (including yourself) find interesting and want to read, it doesn't matter if you've posted 10 times or 10000 times.