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That was a non-constructive post and pointless. Lets try to abide by the rules please, if its not going to be helpful to a legitimate question, don't post then and move on to the next one.
For your question TuxToaster, I'm not sure of the exact bandwidth this site uses but once jeremy stated I think it was one month it was anywhere between 5gb and 10gb or more... Its alot with 300 to 400 members browsing daily with around 1,000 or more posts/threads per day average.
I don't wanna give you the feeling of 'double teaming' so don't take this as a moderator telling you something, but rather a fellow member, or just Chad
When you respond (as the first responder) to a thread with 0 replies it loses more than half it's viewers. Several people browse this board on quite slow connections, so they tend to glimpse over the forum, find a post they can respond to with 0 replies (meaning they don't have to read through a swarm of other posts) and post. If you respond with things like "Me to" or simple phrases like such, then those members will likely go without ever seeing the post. It really is a dis-service to the originator.