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  • 8k users!

    Happened to catch us tick over 8k users today. And realized that Nils is about to surpass me in most posts.


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    Cool! 10k should be celebrated (:, not sure how though!
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    bioinfosm

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    • #3
      Originally posted by bioinfosm View Post
      Cool! 10k should be celebrated (:, not sure how though!
      Maybe veryquickly, hope that day

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        Originally posted by skycreative View Post
        Maybe veryquickly, hope that day
        Probably krobinson deserves some credit for being the only active member besides ECO who joined in 2007 and has over 15 posts.

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