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Re: New York 2009

Post by gh » January 24th, 2009, 4:45 pm

There are more than twice as many visitors to scioly.org from NY as there are from PA. I guess people from NY are just weird like that.

Well, any predictions for their states or regions? Anyone want to talk about how their teams have changed since last year?

I'm going to go ahead and predict:
  1. F-M
  2. Spackenkill
  3. M-E
I think those are pretty safe bets.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by tweedlebeetle » January 24th, 2009, 4:57 pm

Hey, fellow New-Yorkers, and specifically fellow New-York-State-Division-C-New-Yorkers!
Curious to see which teams think they've improved or deproved this year. We at CNS our greatly missing our old seniors...so I'm not sure how we're going to do. Who here's feeling confident?
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Re: New York 2009

Post by Glacierguy1 » January 24th, 2009, 4:59 pm

How many people would need to visit the New York Science Olympiad Website to break its bandwidth?? because it just happened.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by Flavorflav » January 24th, 2009, 5:28 pm

Yeah, I saw that. The Webmaster is upgrading, but he said it would take about 12 hours. This was at 3 or so, so it should be back up late tonight-earfly tomorrow.

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Re: New York 2009

Post by smartkid222 » January 24th, 2009, 5:52 pm

i wonder how many people would have to visit this site to break it's bandwith.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by Flavorflav » January 25th, 2009, 3:22 am

gh wrote:There are more than twice as many visitors to scioly.org from NY as there are from PA. I guess people from NY are just weird like that.

Well, any predictions for their states or regions? Anyone want to talk about how their teams have changed since last year?

I'm going to go ahead and predict:
  1. F-M
  2. Spackenkill
  3. M-E
I think those are pretty safe bets.
I dunno about ME. if the Athens results mean anything, U-E is going to trounce them.

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Re: New York 2009

Post by nyso » January 25th, 2009, 6:29 am

It seems like vestal's glory years are over....hows WM this year

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Re: New York 2009

Post by Glacierguy1 » January 25th, 2009, 9:05 am

smartkid222 wrote:i wonder how many people would have to visit this site to break it's bandwith.
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Flavorflav wrote:There are more than twice as many visitors to scioly.org from NY as there are from PA. I guess people from NY are just weird like that.

Well, any predictions for their states or regions? Anyone want to talk about how their teams have changed since last year?

I'm going to go ahead and predict:
  1. F-M
  2. Spackenkill
  3. M-E
I think those are pretty safe bets.
Yeah, I disagree with just about one letter of that post as well
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Re: New York 2009

Post by Sheogorath » January 25th, 2009, 10:15 am

tweedlebeetle wrote:Hey, fellow New-Yorkers, and specifically fellow New-York-State-Division-C-New-Yorkers!
Curious to see which teams think they've improved or deproved this year. We at CNS our greatly missing our old seniors...so I'm not sure how we're going to do. Who here's feeling confident?
Hey, we're in three events together. That means I'll have to beat you three times.
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Re: New York 2009

Post by tweedlebeetle » January 25th, 2009, 3:32 pm

Sheogorath wrote:
tweedlebeetle wrote:Hey, fellow New-Yorkers, and specifically fellow New-York-State-Division-C-New-Yorkers!
Curious to see which teams think they've improved or deproved this year. We at CNS our greatly missing our old seniors...so I'm not sure how we're going to do. Who here's feeling confident?
Hey, we're in three events together. That means I'll have to beat you three times.
Oh-ho, just you try it.
So when I see this one kid following me around all day, at least I'll know there's a reason for it. =)
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