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Re: Stats Sidebar: Top 20 Posters across Three Generations of the Scoreboard
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• Posted by: Edmund Meinerts   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, November 12, 2021, at 5:59 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Stats Sidebar: Top 20 Posters across Three... (Nate U)

> Dude I made the top 10! cool I'm rather pleased with that, I must say. We
> are well past my initial high-school heyday of 2001-2003 where I posted
> with the frenzy high school students are famous for, but I've never NOT
> had the scoreboard bookmarked, and have at least visited it every day
> since then I'm on the computer with a moment to spare, which is, well,
> most every day.

I'm glad you've stuck around, Nate. Sometimes I wish I could have been there in the trenches with you and Kira to help fly the Powell flag when others doubted. big grin

> Craig's involvement in this community was a big boost in the generation he
> started posting in, and continues to this day...

Absolutely. smile

> Not to be morbid...but like... he may have died? No one has ever known his
> actual identity, have they? How else could you explain it? As I recall he
> didn't have a dramatic personality or relationship with the board that
> would have resulted in him storming off or quitting...

I know a few people weren't all that fond of his edgy, "extremely online" style of posting (he seemed very much like a 4chan/Reddit type, I mean his profile picture was Pepe the Frog lol). But nothing specific happened that would have prompted a storm-off. As he never made the more personal connection to the community that many of us have formed, it will remain a mystery for the ages.

> Joti was a lot of fun, we had a good report since he was another young guy
> in the 2nd generation who loved media ventures scores like I did. We had
> this whole 'island of media ventures' bit going for a while, I forget the
> particulars. He was king of the *NM* posts. He was sort of tweeting on the
> scoreboard before it was a thing. Rarely ever wrote a paragraph.

Gotcha. Sounds like the Jack of the era lol. Yeah, would love to have found a way to weight posts by length that wouldn't have taken me until the heat death of the universe to calculate. tongue

> Jens and I DUKED it out back in the day, often over Zimmer, until he
> realized he really liked Hans' scores after he actually listened to them.
> And I became much more appreciative of the Goldsmith and Williams stuff.
> In those days Jens had a fierce opinion, he's mellowed out since then. I
> haven't seen him really get into a deep dive discussion/battle for years.
> Not sure why is only does facebook these days.

I like seeing Jens and especially Yavar around Facebook so much. Wish they'd come back here as well, but it's nice to get a chance to interact with the Scoreboard OGs (yourself included!). And of course I got a chance to meet Brendan in the flesh a few years back, which was super cool!

> Loyalty plays a part for me smile I also feel like I'm supporting a small
> business these days. Not to mention I rather like Clem and a bunch of you
> guys, including even the trolls wink

Same here. This place is a blessed refuge from the big platforms and all their revenue-driven data-gathering bullshit. The odd depraved profile picture seems like a worthwhile tradeoff. It's like a tiny preserved corner of the pre-social-media wild west days of the Internet, when everything seemed more organic somehow even if it was rough as hell around the edges.

> I made a chart once of my own posting numbers per month since I started,
> so I totally get it wink

We are all uber-nerds at heart. big grin

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