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Fully repatriated from Worst Nodes but the dream of canonization as yet unfulfilled.

Saints Break Down
Year JoinedCount of User% Total
199940.005610098
20001360.190743338
20011560.218793829
20021090.152875175
2003720.100981767
2004670.093969144
2005500.070126227
2006250.035063114
2007220.03085554
2008200.028050491
2009130.018232819
201090.012622721
201180.011220196
201280.011220196
201340.005610098
201430.004207574
20153 0.004207574
201640.005610098
Grand Total7131

Some of the best content is controversial, hard to find though

There's another great one where BrowserUK held that holding foreign students in a classroom to a different standard was in itself racist. Other viewpoints were expressed very well also, pretty sure they all down voted each other to be somewhere around 0, or else there were very few votes. Can't find the node again though.

A node recommendation engine might be nice. Haven't had any ideas for shocker blockers lately, although the negative XP quips are pretty funny..


In reply to Re^5: -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Worst Nodes) by trippledubs
in thread -175 := +127 Thank you all! (Updated!Now -152 := +144) by BrowserUk

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