Low vs High cit numbers (Community)

Low vs High cit numbers // Community

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budweiser

Jul 2, 2001, 11:15am
What does everyone consider a low cit number? What is the upper low cit
number threshold?

ananas

Jul 2, 2001, 11:23am
42 of course !

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nornny

Jul 2, 2001, 11:58am
[View Quote] The first 1,000 or so cits are the lowest you can go. Everyone from grover
to dataman (i believe) fall into this number range. Bsically, the first 1000
were the first people to immigrate here in the first months of AW.

>What is the upper low cit
> number threshold?

let's see, my number is 292538, and that was 2 and a half years ago. So I'd
prolly say the first 50,000-100,000 might be upper cit threshold. Anything
within the first year of AW would be considered upper low? I dunno, this is
just my predictions. Eep would fall into this category if he doesn't already
fall in the one above, as would many other of the classic god-like posters
in here. ;)

Nornny
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wing

Jul 2, 2001, 2:48pm
309000 and below are citizens worth a breath. 309001 and above are generally n00bs, with the exception of the few decent recent
inductees and replacement accounts for people who didn't want to pay for their older one or got nailed by m0e :)

Just remember, no matter what my cit number turns into, I'll always be 305004. Mostly cuz that's the easiest to remember.
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goober king

Jul 2, 2001, 2:54pm
Not that I'm an expert on such things, but I'd say that anyone below 100000 would be
"low", since it's very rare to see anyone with a cit number with less than 6 digits
these days. I'd also say that anyone below 200000 would be considered "old", since
those are the people who were here before the concept of "tourists" were introduced.
(Yes, I know that there are 200000's that came in before the "Registration Fee", but
the majority of them came afterwards)

Interesting tidbit from Mauz's History Page: It took about 10 months to go from
CitNum #100000 to CitNum #200000, but it took more than twice as long (22 months,
almost two years!) to reach #300000, and the registration fee was introduced about
two months after #200000 was hit. Coincidence?

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#103935... He's "old"...
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syntax

Jul 2, 2001, 3:51pm
308403 here...that is one and a half years old. Right now the cit numbers
are in the 337000 range. Grr, too bad I never got a 29#### because they
just look better. Less noobish. ;-)
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mike zimmer

Jul 2, 2001, 4:02pm
Hey! I am 330838 and not too many ppl don't like me. But yes, there are some
n00bs, i must agree.
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builderz

Jul 2, 2001, 4:24pm
I started using AW in 1995 and (according to Options => Citizens... in
the AWB), I immigrated in August of 1996. My citizen number is 92986,
which, in my opinion, is pretty low.

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kellee

Jul 2, 2001, 4:53pm
my number is 246205 and i joined when it was free ( no tourist stage) about
1-2 months before rego was introduced
I think registration started in either September or October '97 from memory?
So that would make the cit count roughly 250000 or just under at that time.

You need to remember too..... that hundreds + of ppl popped in in 95,96 and
97, built three objects and left, never to return. That bloated the pre
registration count, but these days those ppl remain tourists and so
therefore dont figure in the numbers and you cant compare the two eras.



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ivie

Jul 2, 2001, 7:35pm
Mine is 7600 :o)

[View Quote] > Not that I'm an expert on such things, but I'd say that anyone below 100000 would be
> "low", since it's very rare to see anyone with a cit number with less than 6 digits
> these days. I'd also say that anyone below 200000 would be considered "old", since
> those are the people who were here before the concept of "tourists" were introduced.
> (Yes, I know that there are 200000's that came in before the "Registration Fee", but
> the majority of them came afterwards)
>
> Interesting tidbit from Mauz's History Page: It took about 10 months to go from
> CitNum #100000 to CitNum #200000, but it took more than twice as long (22 months,
> almost two years!) to reach #300000, and the registration fee was introduced about
> two months after #200000 was hit. Coincidence?
>
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moff piett

Jul 3, 2001, 12:37am
This is wierd, my cit num that is 140000 something says I immigrated in
1999, and my 270000 that I use mainly now says in 1998. I think I was a NAC
for a month or so when they started charging.. maybe that has something to
do with it?

xavarella

Jul 3, 2001, 9:37am
I'm 83058. Low enough?

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captain mad mike

Jul 5, 2001, 12:31am
*brag* 295187, just on the end of the 29#### citnums, about 2 years old
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facter facter@awsupport

Jul 5, 2001, 6:01pm
[View Quote] allo xav =)

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xavarella

Jul 5, 2001, 6:41pm
*wink*

:)

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scred

Jul 6, 2001, 9:07am
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what do you win? nothing. 1208 for me, tyrell.
[View Quote] I started using AW in 1995 and (according to Options =3D> =
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the AWB), I immigrated in August of 1996. My citizen number is =
92986,=20
which, in my opinion, is pretty low.=20
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"Eat well, stay fit, die anyway."=20
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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>what do you win? nothing.&nbsp; 1208 =
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..sympatico.ca</A>...</DIV>Hmmm...=20
Cit# 9096... ('95)... er... what do I win... :-)=20
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scred

Jul 6, 2001, 9:08am
yes. oh, you meant your citizen number. i thought you meant...

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scred

Jul 6, 2001, 9:08am
i would say anything 1208 or under is low. :)

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scred

Jul 6, 2001, 11:25pm
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that's illgotten. nice try tho.
[View Quote] http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/ty1/tyrell3j.html (go there to see who it =
is... :-) )=20

(it) is kept current etc... As I'm the only one of the original (core =
group) doing so, and in light of my $20 a year... this in fact makes it =
mine. :-) )=20

Send prezzy in return address... :-)=20

[View Quote] what do you win? nothing. 1208 for me, tyrell.=20
[View Quote] I started using AW in 1995 and (according to Options =3D> =
Citizens... in=20
the AWB), I immigrated in August of 1996. My citizen number is =
92986,=20
which, in my opinion, is pretty low.=20
Builderz=20
Stuff-X - Bot & World Hosting Services=20
http://aw.stuff-x.com/=20
PGP Key ID: 0xAC0E7073 (for non-commercial use)

--=20
Tyrell - Alpha Prime - 21.8s 457e 90 - "Mundus vult decipi"=20
"Eat well, stay fit, die anyway."=20
http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/ty1/index.html=20
http://www.dlcwest.com/~rpatter/index.html=20
ICQ UN - 272905=20
All those who believe in psychokinesis raise my hand.=20
=20
--=20
Tyrell - Alpha Prime - 21.8s 457e 90 - "Mundus vult decipi"=20
"Eat well, stay fit, die anyway."=20
http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/ty1/index.html=20
http://www.dlcwest.com/~rpatter/index.html=20
ICQ UN - 272905=20
All those who believe in psychokinesis raise my hand.=20
=20


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<DIV><FONT face=3DArial size=3D2>that's illgotten.&nbsp; nice try =
tho.</FONT></DIV>
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<DIV>"tyrell" &lt;<A=20
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href=3D"mailto:tyrell1 at sk.sympatico.ca">tyrell1 at sk.sympatico.ca</A>&gt; =
wrote in=20
message <A=20
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href=3D"news:3B45C246.7B964A0 at sk.sympatico.ca">news:3B45C246.7B964A0 at sk.s=
ympatico.ca</A>...</DIV>Hmmm...=20
Got you beat... I'm also Cit# 983 :-)=20
<P>(those who'v been in Alpha from the start will recognize this =
Account as a=20
(Dataman) 'co-op' Account... I was one of 'the group' and over the =
last 3=20
years I'v been maintaining it (paying the yearly Cit $20) so=20
<P><A=20
=
href=3D"http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/ty1/tyrell3j.html">http://www3.sk.sym=
patico.ca/ty1/tyrell3j.html</A>=20
(go there to see who it is... :-) )=20
<P>(it) is kept current etc... As I'm the only one of the original =
(core=20
group) doing so, and in light of my $20 a year... this in fact makes =
it mine.=20
:-) )=20
<P>Send prezzy in return address... :-)=20
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birdmike

Jul 8, 2001, 7:55pm
*Brags even more,* 292200. December 1998


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jammer

Jul 10, 2001, 6:39am
1139... do I get a cookie?

charest at balista.com (budweiser) wrote in
<3b4073e3$1 at server1.Activeworlds.com>:

>What does everyone consider a low cit number? What is the upper low cit
>number threshold?
>
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