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BTT: 12 May 2011

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Hi, hijodecordoba. It is very interesting to see the differences between the 2 CJ areas. Schulmania is much more popular in the forum, but Tenements & Rust does better here (although this week T&R is number 3 on both Top Ten's).

Hi, TekindusT. I agree - I did tweak the formula very slightly after the move to ST 7, and now I'm very happy with how the Top Ten looks each week - I feel it really is a reflection of which CJs are most popular. Speaking of which, your CJ is at number 3 on both Top Ten's - nice work!

Hi, TowerDude. I tend to think of _marsh_ as the one who stopped TekindusT :)

Hi, LastTrueChamp. Last place on the +10 is actually number 20 out of over 100 CJs that are tracked each week... so not quite dead last :)

Hi, 9988. Great to see you drop by last week.

Hi, penguin1634. The formula does like your CJ, which means that Simtrop members like it, too!


Ben's Top Ten

Royal Gansbaai Kingdoms stays at number one for a third week. The only addition this week is Berlin, new at number 8, and Ben's one to watch.

Happy CJing, and I'll be back next week.


Ben's + 10

Republic of Baldur by LastTrueChamp

Noki by ROFLYoshi

The Queen Island of Mindanao by kench

New Chandler by k50dude

Schellingen Stadt by mrtnrln

Journey through Paengia by paeng

Rock Creek City by jacksunny

The Island of Okumura by wallacet

Bedrock by Jgellock

San Pedro & Mesias by panthersimcity4

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hi Ben, your right. and for some reason I know #1 to #8 mainly form the new section.
What a leap from Llithustania. congrats to everyone.

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Jesus marsh, quite a streak you got going on there, I wish I could be on the board but I'm not good enough compared to
everyone else

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[quote name='JGellock' timestamp='1305484894']
Heh. I'm on +10 but not even sure how I got there. Good times!

same here...

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