I should go back to those avatars. Or should I?
I would have to imagine that’s among the lower like ratios.
245-1 is impressive though.
On all time data set (min of 10,000 posts read) there are 25 mega lurkers
Many are saying @tylernichols91 is attempting to expose my mod plan.
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Also known as stat shaming.
Any time my stats are noted, I feel great shame.
Yet here we are.
Yeah I’m just happy I’ve been less engaged lately. My posts read count was alarmingly/embarrassingly high for a while there…
apparently I’ve only given out 11 likes & to 11 different people
I spend a lot of time just flipping through this place. I don’t know why most of the time.
I like it. It’s nice. But I wish I didn’t ever see the stats.
In the name of transparency there was a transposition error in the first statistic:
This statistic should be flipped.
I formally request the information be posted to this thread by the refugee freedom of information act, enacted on 5/5/2020 by no one in particular.
I respect this user, doesn’t take their likes lightly. They mean something
It’s @bdimugno. But Hermie has a perfect record.
You can’t foia a non governmental entity
By making the data available to candidates you make this information part of standard refugee campaign disclosure rules.
Whoever ever wants a .xls version just shoot me a dm. All candidates data can be found in the users personal tab + the overall user data tab.