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Postby sigtaulefty » Thu Mar 04, 2004 9:08 pm

I remember reading over my father's fantasy spreadsheets when I was in grade school.

Online fantasy gaming has given my friends and I an opportunity to play in the same league while we are in different cities which is really cool.
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Postby Madison » Fri Mar 05, 2004 3:08 am

soxfanatic wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Hey Madison...I am putting your post numbers in perspective. I figure each of your 19,569 posts written means that you have read about 189, 669. Or more?



:-? thats alot of reading. do you still reasd every post that comeinto the cafe like you used to?


Y's guy, I have no idea as to how many posts I've read. The majority of them for sure though. :-) Over 200,000 posts are here, so over 100,000 easily.

Soxfanatic, not lately. I'm still reading and posting but keeping up with every single post is basically impossible to do now, but that's a good thing. :-)
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Postby wrveres » Fri Mar 05, 2004 4:06 am

I still keep a pad of graphing paper on my desk to this very day ... I don't read the morning paper anymore though. Actually I kinda miss the ink stained hands, It was always funny when somebody picked there nose while reading the paper.

But this year I am going High Tech ....
I just ordered a 21" monitor .. ;-D

Spreadsheets in every corner of the monitor Bios, Projections, Rotoworld, Rototimes ... you name it .... :-] Information overload ? ? ?

Ideally, I should know who won the draft before its even done. I have charts set up that will show my projected standings, by category as I draft.

No more flipping though 'windows' baby .... ;-)
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Postby DieHardCubbie » Fri Mar 05, 2004 4:08 am

Madison wrote:
soxfanatic wrote:
Anonymous wrote:Hey Madison...I am putting your post numbers in perspective. I figure each of your 19,569 posts written means that you have read about 189, 669. Or more?



:-? thats alot of reading. do you still reasd every post that comeinto the cafe like you used to?


Y's guy, I have no idea as to how many posts I've read. The majority of them for sure though. :-) Over 200,000 posts are here, so over 100,000 easily.

Soxfanatic, not lately. I'm still reading and posting but keeping up with every single post is basically impossible to do now, but that's a good thing. :-)


I think between the two of us...we get all the post read....but someone does definately post more that me..... ;-)
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