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FR Folding@Home Project Update - We're in the Top 165 teams (A Tribute to Ronald Reagan)
Folding@Home Official Stats ^ | 3-13-2006 | soccer_maniac

Posted on 03/13/2006 8:55:21 AM PST by soccer_maniac

Time for a new FreeRepublic folding@home thread.

Our FreeRepublic team of 300+ members comprised primarily of Free Republic members in good standing have banded together to donate their excess CPU cycles to a worthy cause. Via distributed computing, millions of computers around the world, contribute directly to scientific research, in the quest for a greater understanding of diseases such as Alzheimer's, Cancer, and Mad Cow (BSE).

Currently, the team is in 164th place (with 992 CPUs - nearly 19,000 completed Work Units and 2,982,241 points)

This is an entirely voluntary program, and if you want to learn more, please see the links posted below (or read one of the previous 8 folding threads)


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Folding@Home FAQ for new users:

What is Folding@Home?
A Stanford University project to find out how proteins fold.

Why it's important: Proteins folding wrong causes all kinds of diseases, like Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, and forms of cancer. Folding@Home uses novel computational methods and large scale distributed computing, to simulate timescales thousands to millions of times longer than previously achieved. Through Folding@home, scientists now have the horsepower to study the mechanics of protein folding. With its ability to share the workload among hundred of thousands of computers economically, Folding@home can help scientists understand how proteins snap, or don’t, into their predestined shapes — and may help to explain the origins of diseases such as Alzheimer’s and apparently unrelated diseases. We're fueling research that could end all that.


How does it work?: You download a safe, tested program (see link below) that is certified by Stanford University. It gets work from Stanford, runs calculations using your spare computer power, and sends the results back to the University.

Is it safe? Yes! Folding@Home rarely effects computer performance in any way and won't compromise your privacy in any way. It only uses the computing power you aren't using so it doesn't slow down other programs.

How do I get started folding for Team FreeRepublic?: 1.)Download the folding program from Stanford University's folding download page (see link below). Type in your desired username. 2) Type in 36120 for the team number. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT - if you get the number wrong, you won't be folding for team FreeRepublic! 3) The third question asks, "Launch automatically at machine startup, installing this as a service?" - We recommend you answer YES. Otherwise you will have to manually start the program after every reboot.

How can my computer help? Even if he were given exclusive access to all of the world’s supercomputers, Standford still wouldn’t have as much processing power as they get from the supercluster of people’s desktop systems Folding@home relies on. Modern supercomputers are essentially a cluster of hundreds of processors linked by fast networking. But Stanford needed the power of hundreds of thousands of processors, not just hundreds.


There's no reason to not get involved! It's free, easy, and you can know you're helping every minute without lifting a finger.

List of Updated Links
Why Fold - Watch This !!


Another Folding Clip

Folding@home Client Download

FreeRepublic.com Folder Stats

Extreme Overclockers Stats for FreeRepublic

Another Stats Page

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Dummie Folding Threads #7 #8 #9

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Other Useful Stuff - Links

How much are those work units worth? And what are they?
All Projects Listed
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Fahmon Third Party Monitoring Software

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1 posted on 03/13/2006 8:55:33 AM PST by soccer_maniac
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To: soccer_maniac; 1066AD; A.Hun; abner; Advil; aft_lizard; ahayes; Alexander Rubin; aliquando; ...

Folding@Home ping


2 posted on 03/13/2006 8:56:09 AM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac

Free Republic Folders - A Tribute to Ronald Reagan

Rank
Overall
Change
24hr
Change
7days
Points
24hr Avg
Points
Last 24hr
Points
Last 7days
Points
Update
Points
Today
Points
Week
Points
Total
WUs
Total
162 +4 +10 43,723 39,292 306,059 5,074 14,840 53,338 2,977,948 18,942

Top 5 Conquests and Threats!
Team
Name
Rank
Diff
Points
Diff
Gain
Daily
Date
Overtake
OSNN + SP 1 -17,683 38,340 03.13.06, 9pm / 11.1 Hours
Icrontic 2 -59,468 40,768 03.14.06, 9pm / 1.5 Days
AMD Developer Center 4 -163,708 43,703 03.17.06, 3am / 3.7 Days
Amalgamated Folders Inc. and K-State Folders United 5 -218,881 38,224 03.19.06, 3am / 5.7 Days
SISD 3 -87,758 11,456 03.21.06, 1am / 1.1 Weeks

Last 7 Months Production
Month Points WUs
03.06 542,071 2,752
02.06 1,292,680 7,378
01.06 894,120 6,690
12.05 154,578 1,449
11.05 12,451 128
10.05 0 0
09.05 0 0
08.05 0 0
Last 7 Weeks Production
Week Points WUs
03.12.06 53,338 259
03.05.06 308,210 1,600
02.26.06 359,378 1,691
02.19.06 367,590 1,850
02.12.06 297,280 1,788
02.05.06 294,882 1,897
01.29.06 277,792 1,940
01.22.06 218,951 1,521
Last 7 Days Production
Day Points WUs
03.13.06 14,840 76
03.12.06 38,498 183
03.11.06 35,629 185
03.10.06 39,694 223
03.09.06 49,591 256
03.08.06 52,148 271
03.07.06 42,804 213
03.06.06 49,530 246
Last 24 Hours Production
Time Points WUs
03.13, 9am 5,074 24
03.13, 6am 5,120 28
03.13, 3am 4,646 24
03.13, 12am 6,493 27
03.12, 9pm 5,098 25
03.12, 6pm 4,362 17
03.12, 3pm 3,808 17
03.12, 12pm 4,691 26

Users are color coded based on 24 hour average production.
Color codes are as follows: 0 / 1+ / 100+ / 200+ / 400+ / 800+ / 1.2k+ / 1.6k+
Top 20 Producers
Rank
Team
User
Name
Points
24hr Avg
Points
Total
Klutz_dohanger 11,913 868,142
lrenh 4,287 125,063
Malsua 3,404 161,964
davemaher 1,150 31,067
Andrewksu 930 43,203
Texas_Booster 909 70,445
TheMightyQuinn 650 27,418
Advil000 619 25,731
VeniVidiVici 506 52,687
Derllak 490 21,580
Craigon69 466 37,364
walkerk 459 28,310
Egon 410 17,989
farsighted 410 16,719
abner 384 5,378
AndyKaz 354 2,883
dfwddr 342 20,410
zeugma 333 20,141
Chris_Primavera 304 2,786
stylin19a 292 20,408
Team User Info
New 12 (-9 )
Active
Inactive
Total 298 (+12 )
Avg PPD 235.1
 
Production Group Totals
1.6k+
1.2k+
800+
400+
200+
100+
1+

Milestone
Group
Active
Users
New
7days
800,000 1 +1
100,000 2 +1
Milestone
Group
Active
Users
New
7days
70,000 1 +1
50,000 1 +1
40,000 3 +1
30,000 4 +1
20,000 12 +5
10,000 19 +1
Milestone
Group
Active
Users
New
7days
9,000 9 +8
8,000 10 +7
7,000 7 +7
6,000 19 +11
5,000 17 +11
4,000 11 +3
3,000 13 +8
2,000 21 +9
1,000 17 +7

3 posted on 03/13/2006 8:58:20 AM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac

BTTT


4 posted on 03/13/2006 9:00:20 AM PST by E.G.C.
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To: soccer_maniac
Question: I read that the Enigma distributed computing project created a security problem by making a windows account with a known password. Are there any similar concerns with the folding project?
5 posted on 03/13/2006 9:02:04 AM PST by gondramB (Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's and unto God that which is God's.)
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To: soccer_maniac

Just added a second machine BTTT.

CHeers,

knewshound

http://knewshound.blogspot.com/


6 posted on 03/13/2006 9:03:55 AM PST by knews_hound (Now with two handed typing !)
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To: soccer_maniac

What a great idea! Kudos.

P.S. None to donate at present.


7 posted on 03/13/2006 9:35:59 AM PST by SerpentDove (The internet is more powerful than Dan Rather, Peter Jennings and Tom Brokaw put together.)
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To: soccer_maniac

WooHoo! I made the top 20!


8 posted on 03/13/2006 9:38:18 AM PST by zeugma (Anybody who says XP is more secure than OS X or Linux has been licking toads.)
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To: zeugma

Top 20 producer bump :)


9 posted on 03/13/2006 9:59:59 AM PST by andyk (Go Matt Kenseth!)
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To: gondramB

No.

Folding@Home is run by Stanford University and they made sure their program is as safe as can be. All large technology companies participate in the project (Intel, Apple, IBM, HP, Google, etc.). Rest assured these tech companies would not participate if there was a security risk.


10 posted on 03/13/2006 10:01:24 AM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: knews_hound
Just added a second machine BTTT.

Terrific! We need 7 more to reach 1,000 CPUs!

Free Republic Folders - A Tribute to Ronald Reagan

Date of last work unit 2006-03-13 10:09:52
Active CPUs within 50 days 991
Team Id 36120
Grand Score 2984682 (certificate)
Work Unit Count 18975 (certificate)
Team Ranking (incl. aggregate) 164 of 43229
Home Page http://www.freerepublic.com

11 posted on 03/13/2006 10:10:39 AM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac; All

Today's challenge: Find 7 more CPUs!

C'mon FR, we can do it!


12 posted on 03/13/2006 10:11:53 AM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac


Well, 7 CPUs today would mean they started _yesterday_ ;).

I'll pony up 2. They'll clock in probably by wednesday.


13 posted on 03/13/2006 10:16:34 AM PST by Malsua
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To: soccer_maniac

Cool, thank you.


14 posted on 03/13/2006 10:27:52 AM PST by gondramB (Render unto Caesar that which is Caesar's and unto God that which is God's.)
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To: Malsua

Terrific, Malsua.

With your 2 additional CPUs, we should be around 995 active (when they all complete their first WU.)

5 more to 1,000!


15 posted on 03/13/2006 10:29:28 AM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac
With your 2 additional CPUs, we should be around 995 active

Make it 3. That particular cell has 3 decent machines.

16 posted on 03/13/2006 10:40:37 AM PST by Malsua
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To: Malsua

Even better!

We are closing in on the 3,000,000 points milestone.

http://folding.extremeoverclocking.com/team_list.php?s=&p=2


17 posted on 03/13/2006 10:56:44 AM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac

[Please join the team bump.]

It's easy. It's safe. It's very worthwhile.

In addition to that, we are seriously annoying a lot of liberals as we work our way up the list. :-)


18 posted on 03/13/2006 11:39:59 AM PST by Route66 (America's Main Street)
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To: soccer_maniac
Find 7 more CPUs!

I've got two more that will be finishing their first work units sometime early tomorrow.
19 posted on 03/13/2006 12:01:01 PM PST by andyk (Go Matt Kenseth!)
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To: andyk

Great! With your 2 CPUs, we only need 2 more to reach 1,000 CPUs!!


20 posted on 03/13/2006 12:18:02 PM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac

we might need 3... I have one that I think will have to be taken down in a week or so. It's old and slow, though, so it shouldn't hurt too much when it's gone.


21 posted on 03/13/2006 12:22:27 PM PST by ken in texas (come fold with us.... team #36120)
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To: soccer_maniac

I've just added two. They should be showing up shortly.


22 posted on 03/13/2006 12:37:23 PM PST by Egon (We are number one! All others are number two... or lower.)
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To: Egon

Another two if that @#$%& on eBay will stop sending me the wrong memory...


23 posted on 03/13/2006 12:38:14 PM PST by Egon (We are number one! All others are number two... or lower.)
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To: soccer_maniac

Lost a few, added a few, but the good news is, we just received a batch of 180 new AMD64 3200's. Finished the drive image today, and guess what I made sure was on it? A few might start clocking in, later on this week, or early next week.

Lol.. I sure have been sucking wind on the weekends. I think I sunk to a new low, this Sunday. The boss is nice enough to let me borg, but he's still a cheapskate, when it comes to energy. Thank god for Microsoft, releasing new patches. I've got a full 4 1/2days of 24x7 operations to get caught up.

Anyone else watching that battle for 2nd place? I have this sinking feeling, that when I shut down for the summer, they're going to be gunning for me. :)

Should be interesting !!


24 posted on 03/13/2006 12:48:02 PM PST by Klutz Dohanger (Folding - Help science, as you browse the web. Team#36120)
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To: Klutz Dohanger

Monday PM bump!


25 posted on 03/13/2006 12:56:44 PM PST by DocRock
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To: soccer_maniac

I lost points recently when I had to pause the laptop for heat reasons and forgot to turn it back on. Whole weekend lost.


26 posted on 03/13/2006 1:16:48 PM PST by ezsmoke
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To: Klutz Dohanger

Klutz to the rescue! Glad to hear everything is OK with you. We look forward to seeing the impact of those new AMDs.


27 posted on 03/13/2006 2:14:24 PM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac

Thank you all for the suggestions and help. I just got home from NH - it just wouldn't work thru the hotels connection for 4 days. Now after traveling for 2 days - fun in Chi Ohare yesterday - I pluged it in and ba da boom - completed unit sucked off my system and a new WU delivered in a flash -

Folding on the 2 Gig laptop once again.


28 posted on 03/13/2006 2:26:06 PM PST by Bobibutu
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To: soccer_maniac

Bump!


29 posted on 03/13/2006 2:26:31 PM PST by fanfan ( "We can evade reality, but we cannot evade the consequences of evading reality" - Ayn Rand)
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To: soccer_maniac

Monday afternoon ... I'm back bump.

We should hit 3,000,000 points around the 9pm update, the midnight update at the latest.


30 posted on 03/13/2006 2:51:42 PM PST by Klutz Dohanger (Folding - Help science, as you browse the web. Team#36120)
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To: Klutz Dohanger
Free Republic Folders - A Tribute to Ronald Reagan

Date of last work unit 2006-03-13 14:17:47
Active CPUs within 50 days 988
Team Id 36120
Grand Score 2996633 (certificate)
Work Unit Count 19027 (certificate)
Team Ranking (incl. aggregate) 164 of 43235
Home Page http://www.freerepublic.com

31 posted on 03/13/2006 2:54:48 PM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: Klutz Dohanger

Someone should try to capture the 3 million milestone image from EOC's website.

It will be a major milestone for our fairly young FR team!


32 posted on 03/13/2006 2:55:50 PM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: Klutz Dohanger

DUmmies have a new folding thread up (thread #10)

http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=364x646990


33 posted on 03/13/2006 3:13:49 PM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: soccer_maniac
corporate_mike Mon Mar-13-06 11:13 PM Response to Original message 10. #413 (with 327 CPUs) - FREEPers #164 (with 988 CPUs) -Kos #917 (75 CPUs)

Freepers continue to outfold us.

I expected their production to drop but they continue to add new CPUs.

Yep.... more new users with multiple cpu's, and our active to inactive ratio is much better.

34 posted on 03/13/2006 3:27:52 PM PST by Klutz Dohanger (Folding - Help science, as you browse the web. Team#36120)
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To: Klutz Dohanger

It must be really really difficult for the DUmmy members to see our team approach 1,000 CPUs while they seem to be stuck at 330.

Just imagine the horror of the "intelligent, highly educated" DUmmy crowd being outfolded by a team of "rednecks" :)


35 posted on 03/13/2006 3:37:00 PM PST by soccer_maniac (Do some good while browsing FR --> Join our Folding@Home Team# 36120: keyword: folding@home)
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To: Klutz Dohanger

I've determined that corporate_Mike is as dumb as a post.


36 posted on 03/13/2006 3:40:59 PM PST by Clara Lou (A conservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality. --I. Kristol)
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To: soccer_maniac
Red-Neck Folders from Outerspace!

I really don't like these 2106/2107 projects. The 2106 seems as hard to fold as the 2107 with half the points. I wish the points would be re-calibrated.

37 posted on 03/13/2006 3:41:20 PM PST by FreeAtlanta (Join FR Team 36120 at http://folding.stanford.edu {Protein Folding Project})
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To: Clara Lou

He's not the silliest one over there. He's just really bad at math.

They just had a guy propose co-opting LIBRARY computers. Like what does he think that will accomplish? First of all, they're in constant use, from opening until closing, they're going to get shut down at night, and I know for a fact, several of my local libraries, are still using Compaq Deskpro 2000's, that I contracted out to install, in 1997. Imagine that ancient beast, trying to get it's bytes around one of them big proteins.

I can't imagine, too many public libraries, having a pool of "folders", just waiting to start bending proteins.


38 posted on 03/13/2006 3:54:24 PM PST by Klutz Dohanger (Folding - Help science, as you browse the web. Team#36120)
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To: soccer_maniac

I'm falling behind!!!

I got assigned a 10,000 step WU and still only 3/4 of the way through after days of processing!


39 posted on 03/13/2006 4:28:49 PM PST by Incorrigible (If I lead, follow me; If I pause, push me; If I retreat, kill me.)
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To: Klutz Dohanger

Looking at the relative closure rates... even with our current "slowed down by the energy manager" rate of folding, it'll still take them 160 days to pass the next to the last team we just passed, and the team we just passed in the 3pm update, they aren't overtaking at all.

They need to triple their number of active CPU's, just to keep from slipping behind, they sure aren't gaining any.

We're 8 days away from SISD, but I'm trying to kick it up a notch this week, thanks to Microsoft, so we'll see if we can't put that thorn in our side (the only team to ever pass us), to rest, by midweek.

Next up, that team that's "Totally in to science"... and I'm looking forward, to the slew of extremely bad jokes, regarding them, as we examine their team in the rear view mirror...


40 posted on 03/13/2006 4:41:14 PM PST by Klutz Dohanger (Folding - Help science, as you browse the web. Team#36120)
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To: Klutz Dohanger

Typical Democrat--Co-opting is evil if conservatives do it, but it's a fine thing if DUmpers do it.


41 posted on 03/13/2006 4:46:19 PM PST by Clara Lou (A conservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality. --I. Kristol)
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To: Incorrigible

don't feel bad.

My hotrod laptop got one of those 2107 job, with 20,000,000 steps, and is 91% through, after 5 days of folding...

It's agonizing, I tell ya... :)

On the bright side, when you look at the really active teams, everyone has taken a performance hit, since the 2106's, and 2107's have been handed out. Everyone is "choking" on these.



42 posted on 03/13/2006 4:46:24 PM PST by Klutz Dohanger (Folding - Help science, as you browse the web. Team#36120)
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To: Klutz Dohanger; soccer_maniac
BTW, We broke 3,000,000 at around 7:00PM EST.

 


 
Date of last work unit 2006-03-13 16:19:19
Active CPUs within 50 days 988
Team Id 36120
Grand Score 3000809 (certificate)
Work Unit Count 19050 (certificate)
Team Ranking (incl. aggregate) 163 of 43236
Home Page http://www.freerepublic.com
Fast Teampage URL http://fah-web.stanford.edu/teamstats/team36120.html

 

43 posted on 03/13/2006 4:48:34 PM PST by Incorrigible (If I lead, follow me; If I pause, push me; If I retreat, kill me.)
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To: Incorrigible
Next major milestone - coming up

Free Republic Folders - A Tribute to Ronald Reagan

Date of last work unit 2007-01-13 16:19:19
Active CPUs within 50 days A LOT
Team Id 36120
Grand Score 27 bazillion (certificate)
Work Unit Count Too many to count (certificate)
Team Ranking (incl. aggregate) 1 of 43237
Home Page http://www.freerepublic.com
Fast Teampage URL http://fah-web.stanford.edu/teamstats/team36120.html

44 posted on 03/13/2006 5:00:57 PM PST by Klutz Dohanger (Folding - Help science, as you browse the web. Team#36120)
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To: Clara Lou

I was wondering if Corporate_Mike was a mole and just playing dumb. He's always posting the stats, no matter how lopsided they are and pointing out the DUmmies are getting their *#$ kicked bigtime.


45 posted on 03/13/2006 5:16:07 PM PST by HangThemHigh (Entropy's not what it used to be.)
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To: HangThemHigh
I was wondering if Corporate_Mike was a mole
That occurred to me once a couple of weeks back. It could be. I wonder what his point production is for DU?
46 posted on 03/13/2006 5:18:19 PM PST by Clara Lou (A conservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality. --I. Kristol)
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To: HangThemHigh; Clara Lou
LOUSY FREEPER TROLL!!
47 posted on 03/13/2006 5:19:43 PM PST by Incorrigible (If I lead, follow me; If I pause, push me; If I retreat, kill me.)
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To: Klutz Dohanger
LOL...I didn't see your changes till the 4th glance. Cute, very cute!
48 posted on 03/13/2006 5:22:15 PM PST by Drango (A government that robs Peter to pay Paul can always depend upon the support of Paul.)
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To: Incorrigible

?


49 posted on 03/13/2006 5:22:39 PM PST by Clara Lou (A conservative is a liberal who has been mugged by reality. --I. Kristol)
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To: Clara Lou
HA! You know, after I posted that I thought maybe it was too much of an inside joke.

On the frequent "DUmmie FUnnies" threads, this an occasional reaction to a DUmmie that is frequently in the position of snapping the other DUmmies back into reality.  It is suspected that such a person might be a FReeper attempting to bring sanity to the asylum.

Thus, when a DUmmie is caught trying to enlighten his fellow DUmmies, he is labeled a:

LOUSY FREEPER TROLL!!

 

50 posted on 03/13/2006 5:28:02 PM PST by Incorrigible (If I lead, follow me; If I pause, push me; If I retreat, kill me.)
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