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Who was WholeNote Member #3?


Chris Russell asked me a WN question the other day that sent me off on a research project - which of course created more questions. Don't recall what the original issue was, but the new ones have to do with membership signup and membership number.


- First of all, do you know your member number and how to find it? What is it and when did you sign up?

Mine is #82,388 and I joined and first posted in Jan 2004.
Chris' is #85,629 and he first posted 6-6-04 (which, as you know, may not reflect the actual date he joined).


- Next, and the real question we couldn't find an answer to ... Who is WholeNote member #3?

#2 is Christopher Sung and he first posted on 5-13-99 with his first lesson. The first ever FretBuzz messages were by him on 5-21-99 with a 'Welcome' message in each forum. (A couple of which Chris Russell was the first to respond to on 1-8-07.)
#4 is Sean Kelly. His first post was a FretBuzz message on 6-1-99.
#5 is Jim Burger with his first FretBuzz message post being on 5-24-99.

Chris R. surmised that WholeNote itself was #1, which sounded plausible to me.

So ... the question is ... who the heck was #3?



Debra 'thinking about silly things' Jean
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Re: Who was WholeNote Member #3?

8/6/2007 12:07 PM

Dale Lindsey (8281) wrote:

Just for anyone who wonders, Charles Gasci is number 69.

This place really has slowed down. I didn't post anything for a long time and I come back and I'm still number 34 by activity.

-Dale



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8/6/2007 4:00 PM

Debra Jean (9018) wrote:

You are number one in Florida!
Wow, I've moved up to number 20 by activity! (That's what rubber duckies will do for you!)
And I'm still number one in Kansas.

Debra



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8/6/2007 4:35 PM

Adriano Parmiggianno (6926) wrote:

And I'm still number one in Kansas.

Who's number two?

AP





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8/6/2007 8:07 PM

Debra Jean (9018) wrote:




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8/6/2007 7:31 PM

Dale Lindsey (8281) wrote:

I looked at who was number one in each state, but it was kind of sad. A long list of folks that don't come around any more. And some who are not around any more.

-Dale





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8/6/2007 11:31 PM

Jeremy Cotton (7938) wrote:

Wow- I'm still number one in Ohio... that's scary. I haven't done anything around here in years.





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8/9/2007 5:21 AM

Craig Lindsey (5518) wrote:

That's 'cause you one scary dude, Jeremy. (You're always #1, man.)





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8/9/2007 5:47 PM

Chuck Stensrud (13014) wrote:

Jeremy! Good to see you here!

Looks like most, if not all, of the "bad guys" are gone. I hope a few more old-timers like us poke their heads out . . .

chuck



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8/7/2007 1:33 AM

Travis McNeely (757) wrote:

I'm number 10 in Fl. and I'm a practical stranger to all of you. Does anyone besides Edd even recognize me?



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8/7/2007 6:43 AM

Chris Russell (3044) wrote:

Does anyone besides Edd even recognize me?

hey! I know you! and if you ever call my daughter again....@*!

some folks are a bit more memorable than others. like Edd.
the first I remember from you was something about gear...we were all dreaming about what we would do with a million dollars, or something.





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8/8/2007 9:14 PM

Travis McNeely (757) wrote:

ill look back and see if i can find it...





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8/9/2007 5:48 PM

Chuck Stensrud (13014) wrote:

Why? Shoot, we all know . . .

A million dollars would buy 1 of almost anything we ever imagnined . . .

chuck



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8/7/2007 9:23 AM

Edd Robins (6260) wrote:

I certainly remember both of you guys.

Chris, I still ponder about what I'd do with a million bucks. Probably get myself in trouble, lol.

Travis, I haven't been on myspace for a long time. Are you still with that fine lookin' little gal?

Is she Chris's daughter? Lol. Gotta watch out for the fathers, ya know. Raising boys is easier. Ya just have to worry about one ding-a-ling...with a girl ya gotta watch out for all of them.
Later, Edd




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8/8/2007 9:12 PM

Travis McNeely (757) wrote:

oh yeah were still together! but if chris is her daddy ive been horribly decieved...



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8/8/2007 10:54 PM

Chris Russell (3044) wrote:

ROTFLMAO!

good one
;)



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8/9/2007 9:34 PM

Travis McNeely (757) wrote:

OOO! i like your video. you're pretty good at mixing rhythm and lead. i dont get many chances to listen to a lot of blues but it reminds my of the solo hendrix played after purple haze at woodstock. he realy taught me how to use my thumb in that piece : )

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