S@H: The Daily Bone - Tuesday, July 11th, 2006
Posted on Tuesday, July 11 @ 00:36:14 PDT by FatherTyme
Old File: Thu, 6 Jul 2006 00:39:48 -0700
New File: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 00:03:50 -0700
Time between files: 4 days 23 hours 24 minutes 2 Seconds
Old total: 21784358.184375
New total: 21886417.477911
Difference between files: 102059.293536 Credits
Total Members (non-zero): 199
Total Members Active Today: 57
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Well.. looking back, looks like I pooched the news on the weekend. I ran the news, just never published it.. BAH.. Thats what I get for doing this crap late at night.
anyways, we had 57 members active over the last 5 days, and they returned over 102 thousand Credits.. Nice...
olive was our top cruncher, having turned in over 19 thousand credits, or almost 20 percent of the total credits we turned in. Dave Rave landed in second with 14 thousand credits, and jester scored third place courtesy of the 7,129 credits he louded onto our little pile.. Very nicely done..
Michael Godman was our top mover. He dumped 67 credits onto our pile, and that was just enough to propel him 4 places up the team charts. Every now and then you find one of those kick ass spots where you can really gain.. Worship it :)
Anyways, thats all she wrote, thats all their is, bow down before the one you serve.. 8O
See ya tomorrow
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Top Ten Crunchers
||brought in 19,198 Credits Today
||brought in 14,216 Credits Today
||brought in 7,129 Credits Today
||brought in 4,985 Credits Today
||brought in 4,055 Credits Today
||brought in 3,750 Credits Today
||brought in 3,629 Credits Today
||brought in 2,851 Credits Today
||brought in 2,815 Credits Today
||brought in 2,721 Credits Today
- Michael Godman added 67 Credits to bring their total to: 830 Credits, and moving them up 4 spaces to 171st!
The Big Dogs ( 1st to 50th )
High: 2,486,300 Credits Low: 70,690 Credits
Members Active Today: 29 Today's Total: 91,407 Credits
almost caused a major DCDOS with by unloading 4,984 Credits, passing
to end up in 32nd place.
- Humfrog64 passed 165,000 credits today
- Sparrow passed 170,000 credits today
- Ricky Leon Murphy passed 180,000 credits today
- cjthomas1970 passed 200,000 credits today
- Derek Kennedy passed 205,000 credits today
- PCRacer passed 215,000 credits today
- bj passed 310,000 credits today
- Mazamuda passed 370,000 credits today
- Mike Sobran passed 385,000 credits today
- jester passed 970,000 credits today
- Dave Rave passed 1,770,000 credits today
- olive passed 2,485,000 credits today
The Chow Hounds ( 50th to 100th )
High: 69,421 Credits Low: 13,134 Credits
Members Active Today: 21 Today's Total: 9,889 Credits
scared the neighbors by bringing in 1,346 Credits, passing
to end up in 56th place.
dumped a huge bucket, with 853 Credits in it, passing
to end up in 65th place.
The Cat Toys ( 100th to 150th )
High: 12,803 Credits Low: 2,278 Credits
Members Active Today: 5 Today's Total: 1,453 Credits
showed us how it was done, but dropping 493 Credits, passing
to end up in 111th place.
dropped a big load, containing 178 of Credits today, passing
to end up in 124th place.
The Tail Chasers ( 150th and Beyond )
High: 2,162 Credits Low: 0 Credits
Members Active Today: 2 Today's Total: 329 Credits
showed us how it was done, but dropping 262 Credits, passing
to end up in 157th place.
yawned and slid 67 Credits into the return bin today, passing
to end up in 171st place.
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Average Score: 5
|Re: The Daily Bone - Tuesday, July 11th, 2006 (Score: 1)|
by Squito on Tuesday, July 11 @ 18:39:18 PDT
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|Here's to the olive, Dave, and Michael - we bow to thee - w00f!!!||