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I just strolled down the Saints in our Book and note that of the top 50, only two have not been here in the last 24 hours.
That's odd. It's now less than a day after you posted your message, and if I go to Saints in our Book, I see:
#UserLast Here
9Abigail-II1 year ago
13tachyon18 weeks ago
33hardburn3 days ago
37footpad4 weeks ago
41strat6 days ago
47Masem3 weeks ago
That would mean at the time you wrote your article, at least 6 out of the top 50 were last here more than 24 hours before.

44 out of 50 is still a lot, but I do like accurate numbers.

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