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Make it a good one dude.... 12,000 would be a turable thang to waste.
....and that's just a year's worth of postings in case you're wondering.
This post was edited by CockyMike1 13 months ago
We need to know the exact date Steve Miller entered all of our lives. I don't know what life would be like now without Steve Miller.
Someone needs to go find some steady Beaver. Gezz..
This needs to be added to the Urban Dictionary.
It was about English putting his tools in his toolbox.
As much as I hate those things I'm just wondering where you got 3 upvotes :>)
Nothing to see here. Everybody go back to their cars.
Ally will beat the crap out of Uga.
If Steve Miller put the same effort into_______ that he has posting:
1) screwing....he could repopulate the earth with little Steve Millers.
2.)dancing....he would plow a hole through the center of the earth and wind up in China.
3)whistling......he could reverse global warming and create an atmosphere that had a slight tuna fish aroma.
I kid Steve Miller....I kid....you are a legend in your own lifetime...keep up the good work!
No big deal here. I did some simple math. 12,00 posts in 15 months is 800 posts a month or less than 27 posts per day. Steve's post are generally short and don't usually have a lot of deep thought process required, so more simple math says that Steve probably spends less than 45 minutes a day posting. You go Steve! The better question is how much time per day is he just on-line? Probably not much more than most of us.
Steve is the Wilt Chamberlain of posting.
Its really not so insane. I post about 10-15 times a day, it adds up quickly
I bet that literally half of my posts are "Thanks, JW, or Tony, or Wes, or whoever". I always say thanks to the staff for their articles when I read them. It seems like the right thing to do.
I remember like it was yesterday he was at 5,000. Wait.... That was yesterday.
Either you are joking, or you spend way too much time on the internet. You don't have people doing IBSM if SM isn't on the internet a LOT.
If you want the ultimate, you've got to be willing to pay the ultimate price. It's not tragic to die doing what you love.
I'm not on the net more than the avg person. I have 2 jobs and go to school. I only can get on the net in 1 of my jobs, too. I will admit that I don't sleep much, though. I work from 4:30 am untill 11 or so, and I don't go to bed until midnight. I work at another job 2 nights a week, and then on sundays. I get off work before most people take lunch, so there is not much to do when I'm not in class.
damn...when do you study? you really should do an ask Steve thread.
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