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Old 20-01-2004, 06:09 PM   #1
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WoooHOOO 19.000. members. Way to go SM....
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Indeed.... and what a combination of genetic anomilies we are.... ROTFL!!!!!!
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What's the total of all simply sites combind?
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wow! and to thing 3DBuzz has 100,000 members. im baffled. i guess 19,000 is a really good number. i mean, ive nevver met that many people. ok whatever! way to go SM!
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19.000 for only 1 site for just maya is great...
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28,782 for all 3 sites expect that to double in the next year, especially when simply max comes on-line!

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wow! and to thing 3DBuzz has 100,000 members. im baffled. i guess 19,000 is a really good number. i mean, ive nevver met that many people. ok whatever! way to go SM!
Yes and the Members of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has over 66 million members.

You can't really draw a parallel between us and Buzz for a start they have been around for a few more years than us. They also deal with many different applications, we deal with just the one. And while they may have 80% more members at the moment we have 100% less adverts :p

Don't get me wrong i like buzz is a fine site, very well established, very well run. I just don't think you can compare forums that deal with multiple applications to a place that deals with just the one.

Now if you can find me a forum with more members that deals with just Maya I'll be impressed.

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