THE NEW ULTIMATE-FORCE WEBSITE - UPDATE

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by chimera, Mar 9, 2005.

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  1. chimera

    chimera LE Moderator

    For those intrepid ARSSE members who have a GSM bar for operations on the old Ultimate Force site, I checked out the new site....

    Total number of subscribers - 85. Average number of user per day - 4!!!!

    Mission Accomplished!!
     
  2. And three out of the four users were YOU chimera eh :wink:
     
  3. You are a wicked, wicked person Agent_Smith :wink:
     
  4. He he he

    There are no members on at the moment, just 3 guests. Stand by, stand by.
    [​IMG]
     
  5. I'm in under their radar :p :lol:
     
  6. chimera

    chimera LE Moderator

     
  7. I notice they have 'Super-mod's' , and normal mods - do the super ones wear their underpants on the outside :D
     
  8. Okay, guess the site:
    Total number of subscribers: 30,654
    Most online: 20
     
  9. Armynet?
     
  10. I notice that the lord flasheart has put in his request to be a mod on the forum. 8O :D
     
  11. Spot on. 0.0075% Not a very good batting average.
     
  12. In defence of Auntienet... errm... aaah..well...




    *clears throat*







    *thinks a while*








    Who pays for that bag of spag anyways?
     
  13. I'm not against it.

    I would really like to see it succeed but I do wonder why it isn't taking off. One theory is that soldiers like to do their bitching anonymously and outside the wire.

    The tumbleweed rolling through the silent 'Tell us what you think of R Sigs' topic on ArmyNET (0 replies to date) is thrown into stark contrast by the Blandford Appreciation Society that set itself up here on arrse.

    Some groups do have their own forums but I wonder how well they work.

    Anyone else have any thoughts?