Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by desertgem, Jul 5, 2022.
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When Jim eventually leaves here can we get V. Kurt Bellman back?
He was and probably is still on several other forums , so you can always visit there to renew old times. Jim
I respect our mods and rules. Even more so, now after recent events.
Total: 787 (members: 17, guests: 718, robots: 52)
I use CT as a tool to learn and assist. We should all do that and keep personal feelings out of the conversations.
As for the guests, they're kind of like members in a way because they come back day after day, and many of them do this for many years. Their interest is in reading, learning, keeping up with things in the numismatic world - they just don't care about making their own posts. Some, after years of being a guest, do register and become members. And when they do they usually relate the same thing I'm saying here.
We also have to keep in mind that all registered members have the ability to visit CT and do anything and everything they normally do - but do it all while staying invisible to everybody else. And they can do that simply by putting a check mark in a little box - and turning it on or off any time they want.
I guess my point is there are a whole lot more people who visit CT every single day, at any given time, than it seems, based on the numbers.
Members can visit without logging in and show up as "guest" too, right? I do it all the time on other forums where I'm a member but don't log in unless I have something useful to say.
VKurt can easily be found on the wild west forum. I was active there for a short time but got sick of all the useless blather.
(THE FUTURE)!!I love it!!!.
You ever use a search engine for info on coins ? Well, the results you get are there because bots have already searched every web site there is and cataloged everything they find there. That's where the results come from - bots.
But that's only one of the things they do. They also search out personal info on every web site there is, names, addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, etc.
Bots do good things and bad things, depending on your point of view of course. But without bots a lot of the internet wouldn't even work.
Put @coinjockey kurt also furry frog back on line. Thinking that might help the percentages
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