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I was idly browsing the "Saints in our Book" page a week or so ago and noticed there were no monks at all in the 19,000s. None. That was most unusual and caught my eye. At that time, I was in the high 18,000s (with Your Mother and his gang of four sneaking up on me from behind). When I finally scaled the 19,000 peak, I checked again, hoping to see myself, and myself alone, in this exalted 19,000 category. I was shattered when I saw that an interloper had got there before me, one brian_d_foy! Now, his many blockbuster nodes notwithstanding, I doubted that he could have got past Your Mother and his gang of four that quickly, so the only other possibility was that he had sneakily descended onto the 19,000 plateau. At that time, brian was still ahead of me, but has since dropped one behind me. Hmmm ... I hope I'm not a suspect now.

Here's how it currently stands:

... 57 jdporter 20115 58 eyepopslikeamosquito 19123 59 brian_d_foy 18904 60 FunkyMonk 18756 61 toolic 18755 62 Your Mother 18716 63 wfsp 18340 ...
FunkyMonk and toolic are currently engaged in a gripping duel I see. Update: Twelve hours after writing this, I notice that toolic has just moved from one behind FunkyMonk to one ahead (18759 to 18758).


In reply to Re^2: Weird anomaly in brian_d_foy experience points by eyepopslikeamosquito
in thread Weird anomaly in brian_d_foy experience points by eyepopslikeamosquito

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