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  1. #1
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    Post 4000 - What should it be?

    Post number 4000 is slowly creeping up on me. What should it be? How should I celebrate? I realize no one else has ever made a big deal out theirs. It averages about 2000 posts a year. This is partially due to a work environment that allowed for it and partially because I have only been semi employed for over a year. Yes it is only a number and yes there are many who have almost twice that number of posts I do but seriously what do you think my 4000th post should contain?
    Should it be a question?
    A picture?
    Mile stone?
    A question?
    An answer?
    A grand plan for my next 2000 posts?

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    How about a brief summary of the best things you've been able to give/receive to the board in 3999 posts?

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    I haven't even reached 1,000, ever since I lost to NSFan14. :omg:

    Course, then there's people like Darren, Hemi, and Friscobob.
    Modeling the Missouri Pacific: Austin Subdivision in 1950: The last years of steam. Too bad there wasn't anything bigger than a Berkshire...

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    It's taken me all of 7 years on trainboard to hit 2000.
    Pat M.
    Carolina, Chicopee & Central Illinois
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  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Morris View Post
    How about a brief summary of the best things you've been able to give/receive to the board in 3999 posts?
    Ya I' m with Bob how about links to some first post and favorite post over the year/years. But becareful there are people who can play games with your post count HA!

    2004 4000post
    me 2001 and only 400post
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  6. #6
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    Smile 4000th post

    :shade: How about a you know your a train board member when... post?
    Model Railroadin may be hazardous to your Sanity. Oh! It was too late for me anyway, so I'm good! I HOPE!!

  7. #7
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    Go out to your front yard. Drive a post in the ground. Get a big sign and nail to it saying "My 4000th Post". ANd wait to see what the reaction is.

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    ...got ya !
    (no worries, I will say nothing...)
    steve w.
    certified internet modeller

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    A post commemorating knowlege gained over the 4000 post period..

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    A simple "Grey One Hits 4000" post should work just fine. Just say how much fun you've had here, etc.........

    and BTW, congrats for getting so darn close, and congrats in advance when you hit 4000. :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up: :thumbs_up:

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