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post #1 of 11 Old 11-18-2010, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
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A Milestone! 100 Members!!!!

Looks like michiganmike is member #100.
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post #2 of 11 Old 11-19-2010, 08:14 AM
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Wow, it's growing faster than I thought. Probably it will continue growing at a fast rate with winter on it's way.

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Out of cuoriosity I took a peek at the statistics over at powerequipmentforum.com and was surprised to see that the statistics there are completely opposite of here. There they have less than half as many members and more than twice the amount of posts.

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Wow, it's growing faster than I thought. Probably it will continue growing at a fast rate with winter on it's way.
LOL
Some areas of Iowa might consider it has arrived.
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Some northwest Iowans lose power after snowstorm

by Radio Iowa Contributor on November 15, 2010
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Some northwest Iowa residents are still without power after the first major snowstorm of the season. Snowfall amounts varied widely from the storm that struck late Friday and early Saturday.
Estherville and Spencer received six inches of snow while Emmetsburg recorded the highest snowfall at 14 inches. The snow combined with high winds created extremely hazardous driving conditions.The Emmet County Sheriff’s Office received numerous reports of cars in the ditch or stuck on the highway.
No serious injuries were reported. Utility crews were busy restoring power to thousands of customers who lost power during the storm due to a combination of the heavy wet snow and high winds. Iowa Lakes Electric Cooperative said that as of late Sunday power had been restored to nearly all its customers.
Since early Saturday morning, the Cooperative’s line crews have repaired nearly 30 broken poles as well as miles of burned downed wires.
By Ed Funston, KILR, Estherville
This was over 100 miles from me and it can stay there as far as I'm concerned.

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Out of cuoriosity I took a peek at the statistics over at powerequipmentforum.com and was surprised to see that the statistics there are completely opposite of here. There they have less than half as many members and more than twice the amount of posts.

I think the number of posts will jump up once the snow comes, and things start braking!!!


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I think the number of posts will jump up once the snow comes, and things start braking!!!
Yes, I've been noticing that the action has been decreasing on the tractor related forums. I guess we'll see what how it goes.

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Hey guys, We're on our way! We just passed 1000 posts, and we have all but 200 members! Thanks to everyone here for participating!

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I took a peek at the statistics over at powerequipmentforum.com and was surprised to see that the statistics there are completely opposite of here. There they have less than half as many members and more than twice the amount of posts.

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I took a peek at the statistics over at powerequipmentforum.com and was surprised to see that the statistics there are completely opposite of here. There they have less than half as many members and more than twice the amount of posts.
GuL,
you need to work on your math!
both of your observations are completely wrong:

Power equipment forum:
Members: 1,460
Threads: 975
Posts: 4,322

This forum:
Members: 2,428
Threads: 1,956
Posts: 15,710

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There they have less than half as many members
Wrong..
They have 60% of the members as here, more than half.

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and more than twice the amount of posts
WAY wrong..not even close..
they have 27% of the posts that this forum has..
much less than the 200% you claim..

This forum has more members, and way more posts..

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