It's a record!!!


#21

As a Special Prize, I have great pleasure in a declaring by the powers vested in me by Universe (and Castle Grey Skull)

Sylvester’s - **you make me feel (mighty real) **

Is now the official anthem of Pintopolopolis.

The Bust is as REAL as the Bubble was, we might as well go through it with a dam catchy tune (feck I am starting to really dig that tune!) something that keeps our spirits high!


#22

Puntastic.

I’m glad yer being open with us as the property market goes out the window. :wink:


#23

New record. Most users ever online was 185 on Tue Jul 01, 2008 12:38 pm


#24

i think i tipped it over the edge…

MODS… ive been thinking about this a little… the last “most users” was in october, how many pin users were there then…??? 800 ish i would imagine…
any chance of a graph to represent pin membership over time…???


#25

Most users ever online was 271 on Tue Oct 14, 2008 3:40 pm

5 Minutes before Budget 2009 started.


#26

numbers are high today

80 guests at the mo


#27

Obviously entering user-bubble territory !
Time to registar www.thepropertypinpin.com :stuck_out_tongue:


#28

high interest rate!


#29

It would be interesting to chart the ‘users on line’ against unemployment… :angry:

:slight_smile:


#30

260 users and 190 guests.

8DD


#31

What did they know :angry:


#32

Jazuus lads there are posts flying in, I can barely keep up whilst on my lunch break.
We may have to get out a summary sheet with this volume of contributions :slight_smile:


#33

Ooh bugger…

Most users ever online was 294 on Mon Jan 19, 2009 1:24 pm

As originally noted by thebutcher… :nin


#34

297 on Mon Jan 19, 2009 2:03 pm


#35

We are getting value for money. Those in the public take note :wink:


#36

Will the record be broken today?


#37

306 at the moment, server not on fire yet! 8DD

Edit: Up to 325 now!


#38

Most users ever online was 325 on Tue Apr 07, 2009 4:33 pm


#39

PIN stats are a direct correlation to how much we’re being screwed over by our rulers(leaders?).


#40

XD 8DD BD

Pin goes mainstream