Change in member number

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JHZR2

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Why did the numbers change? I went from being member #712 to #707. And Bob is now member #4???
You couldn't have... because I used to be #712. I used to search through my posts all the time, so I know that was my #. JMH
 

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DOH! They took the edit option away again... Im now #700... so they dropped me down too. JMH
 

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Can't find my member #. Also the newbie classification sounds worse than junior member. IMO How many do you need to be just a normal member.
 
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How many do you need to be just a normal member.
Let me assure you there are no normal members here.
 
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How many do you need to be just a normal member.
Let me assure you there are no normal members here.
"Was that a normal brain?" "Yes" "What kinda of normal brain?" "Ab(bie)normal"
 
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Ok, to make a long story short, the new forum extracted all deleted members, posts and private messages from the old forums over the years, so alot of things have been adjusted.
 

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maybe its like converting from farenheit to celcius... there are those oddball numbers where there is no difference in the scales... like -40... maybe #137 in member numbers is the -40C=-40F of the group! JMH
 
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Weird, my member number did not change
That's because you're not "special" like some of us.
 
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