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Re: Stats Sidebar: Top 20 Posters across Three Generations of the Scoreboard
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• Posted by: Christian Kühn
• Date: Friday, November 12, 2021, at 9:33 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Stats Sidebar: Top 20 Posters across Three... (Edmund Meinerts)
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> Were you not always?

It felt like being Sub-Supreme Co-Leader of the Unknown Monoverse up to this point. Or something like that.

> All EIGHT scores, surely? tongue I'd love to hear them.

Even better. big grin

> Your early aliases (both 'Chris Kuehn' and 'Christian Kuehn' sans umlaut)
> extend your lead by another 50 posts or so. Here's a fun one:


Oh Lord. Yeah, those early years two effin' decades ago...fuggetaboutem.

> 20 years later and I'd say you were wrong on that one!

Never a bad thing if a Kühn is wrong on something. We're both a deeply pessimistic and highly holier-than-thou bunch.

> At this point I think I'd come back here even if I never listened to
> another note of film music ever again in my life. (And the odds of that
> happening are pretty much zero, no matter how disillusioned or
> curmudgeonly I might get with the new stuff, the old stuff is always there
> for me!)

Yeah, that's a healthy approach to take, and I think one that I'm already in the process of embarking on myself (not that I ever really left that path, I've just been going at an incredibly slow speed with the wipers turned off...or something).

> Can only co-sign this. Alas, Los Angeles is damnably far away from
> anywhere that I ever am.

Well, work your way towards it. If you get to MN the next time, try to somehow get to Chicago and meet up with the esteemed Jon Blough. Imma repeat this until it happens. big grin

> Ah, so the anti-'roo! big grin

This was before Michael began posting here...and I vaguely recall some, let's say, curmudgeonly exchanges with Joti back then. Wish that I had discovered that irreverent strain of my personality back then already...

> Hook posted here as recently as 2018, surprisingly. Not very much though.
> Always fun to see one of the 'old timers' make a cameo appearance.

I'll give it another try. His personal circumstances were not the best back then, so not being able to get in touch at all has been worrying me for quite a while.

> Good times, both times. Hope we can make it happen soon, although that
> might require me to get off this sodden emerald isle. indifferent

Wanna swap places? I also make the promise to stop alluding to/making funny wordplays regarding your ahem-ahem...I was just waiting for the perfect opportunity for that Wang-man bit. My apologies if I overshot the finish line here (no pun intended, but hard to avoid in this particular case).

> Well, if it did that, then it was a worthwhile endeavor. cool

Still bouncing. Schönen Abend und schönes Wochenende nach Irland! smile


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