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Lonely Raven

If you traded with me please leave me Heatware Sen
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So I'm looking at the people in the top 12 and calculating the time
it will take me to make top 10 and I realized...

With all these heavy hitters, the top 10 is going to be a
12k Club!

Damnn!
 

LandShark

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[sounds=disappointed]

wow! if that makes a Raven "WOW" 'bout the TOP 10 qualification, i really wondering if a Shark could ever dip into it......:rolleyes:

[/sounds]
 

chawken

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Lonely Raven said:
So I'm looking at the people in the top 12 and calculating the time
it will take me to make top 10 and I realized...

With all these heavy hitters, the top 10 is going to be a
12k Club!

Damnn!

I think that the top 10, by the end of the year, will be 20k - 25k+. By the end of the year, the top 25 will probably be 10k+. Team is growing by leaps and bounds. :cool:
 
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Lonely Raven

Lonely Raven

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So sayeth he in the #5 position and better WU output then I!

I'm not sure all of us are going to stay with it that long. I mean
I for one am going to have to call it quits sometime and focus
time time an money on other things. School, saving up for a
house, a new car..bla bla bla.

I think a lot of us are doing this now because computing is
cheap, SETI is fun, and there is a good crowd here.

But once some heavy hitters start getting bored and move on
to "In Real Life" things, then crunching SETI will be more of a
background hobby then the "sport" it is now.

But hey, that's just the Anthropological Advisor in me speaking,
WTH to I know?