How many PF members are there? Total? "Regulars"? Is there a tool keeping track? If not, how do we install a big brother to find out?
There is at least 1.But as for people that post at least once a week, I wonder what the number is.
The site's owner, Greg, has been in the habit of purging inactive accounts in order to keep a more realistic active membership number.
But as for people that post at least once a week, I wonder what the number is.
I go on PF at least 4 times a day.. even while at school sometimes
*teacher fninshes explaining assignment*
*friend next to me looks up from his game of hearts and looks at me*
him: wait.. what are we supposed to be doing?
how many pfers does it take to unscrew a lightbulb?
If we were on the academic and career guidance board: one to unscrew the lightbulb and post a thread on it, and seven more to argue about why physics majors should not become professional lightbulb technicians.
Alternatively, on the homework help forum: one to post a thread asking for help unscrewing the lightbulb, one to tell him that he needs to post some work instead of expecting others to unscrew the lightbulb for him, and one more to post detailed directions on how to unscrew the lightbulb.
Somebody better laugh...I do try.
:rofl: :rofl: Those were good, and so true. :rofl:In the homework help forum: One to post a thread asking how to unscrew a lightbulb, stating that he needs help URGENTLY! Add in a few posts, all within ten minutes shouting "BUMP! ANYONE?". One member asking for the poster to rephrase the question in a more understandable way. Another member to tell him that he needs to post some work. The poster then says he tried to unscrew it by twisting it to the right, but it's not working. One member with 3 posts to tell him that he needs to continue trying, and that interestingly enough, he can get free energy from the vacuum of the lightbulb. Two members to laugh at that member. One member to finally post detailed instructions.