Traffic Report for October 1999

  1. Introductory Comments
  2. Welcome New or Changed Contributors
  3. Top 15 Contributors
  4. Contribution of Humor
  5. Traffic Report
  6. Month Index
The Humor List archives are being graciously hosted by www.catweasel.org

This is Doug Harter. I have been the Traffic Reporter since November 1999. I am creating Traffic Reports for the months when we did not have a Traffic Reporter. These months all fell before I became Traffic Reporter, so it will have a different format. In addition to this paragraph, it will have a Welcome to the New or Changed Contributors, a Top 15 Contributors Report, The Traffic Report, and a Contribution of Humor.


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And now, the Top 15 Contributors. This will show you which
Contributors are sending the most contributions of Humor each month.
Those who are posting every day are noted.

     Top 15 Contributors from 10/1/1999 to 10/31/1999

Contributor                                      # Posts

Bill Stebbins                                     28 
RANEBOUX                                          27 
Stan Kegel                                        22 
Paul Benoit                                       21 
Terry Galan                                       20 
Chalapathi Rao Poduri                             15 
Jim Mica                                          13 
Les Pourciau at UMem                              10 
Aditya, the Hindu Skeptic                         9 
Eric Forrester                                    7 
rprieto                                           6 
Ken Brousseau Sr                                  6 
pelin                                             4 
Maurizio Mariotti                                 4 
M. Zaiem Beg                                      4 



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           Traffic Report for October 1999

Week  Sun    Mon    Tue    Wed    Thu    Fri    Sat

 1                                        9      9 
 2     7      10     12     11     10     10     4 
 3     5      7      11     10     7      8      6 
 4     3      5      7      6      8      9      7 
 5     8      9      8      9      10     9      7 
 6     7 
                                          Oct    Sep    Oct    Oct
                                          1999   1999   1998   1997 

# Jokes for the Month:                    247    278    296    326 
# days of submissions for the Month:      31     30     31     31 
Average Jokes per day for the Month:      8      9      10     11 
# Contributors for the Month:             39     45     50     79 
# New Subscribers for the Month:          *      *      *      *
# Members Unsubscribed for the Month:     *      *      *      *
# Subscribers as of end of the Month:     *      *      7751   8700 
# Contributors as of end of the Month:    *      *      603    711 
# Countries as of end of the month:       *      *      120    103 

* - Statistics not available


The above statistics are based on addresses registered to our listserver. It
does not include addresses which receive HUMOR by other than direct mailings.
The numbers include concealed/non-concealed subscribers
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And finally, the one feature which has been featured in all Traffic Reports,
the contribution of Humor. Since, I am not a real regular contributor, I will
not be providing new Humor. Instead, I will provide a joke from the archives.
This joke could be from anytime in the history of the Humor List. You will
either see the joke below or a link to the joke, not the actual joke, although
I will provide the Subject line (Topic). Since there are now HTML versions of
all Digests, it will point to the joke itself.

My contribution of Humor from the Archives:


Jesus was taking his turn at the Pearly Gates. Looking along the
queue of people waiting to enter he spotted an old man who looked
familiar. When the old man got to the front of the queue Jesus was
sure that he recognised him.

"Occupation?" said Jesus.

"Carpenter." replied the old man.

"Err. Did you have a son who appeared under amazing circumstances?"
asked Jesus.

"Why yes!" said the old man.

Getting excited Jesus asked "Did your son have holes in his hands
and feet?"

"That's right.", said the old man, "He did."

With delight Jesus exclaimed, "Father!"

Puzzled the old man replied, "Pinnochio?"

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             Doug Harter, Traffic Reporter and Archiver
                   





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