Thy shaft hath fallen wide of its mark, sir.
Thy cur doth erroneously bark at an oak, sir, when it aught be barking at a cedar.
The reason I feel alone with 1,205 members is because GW does not have 1,205 members. The home page merely advertises the fact that 1,205 accounts have been created. Similarly, the home page advertises that 25 users are on line, whilst also recognising that 0 of these are members who are currently signed in and using GW.
It strikes me that the home page is doing a sterling job of advertising the sites failings. The lights are on, but no members home.
Of course, some may feel reluctant to be the first to arrive at the party, whilst others may consider they've turned up at the wrong address, or gotten the date wrong. Some may begin to question if there is ever going to be a party.
In the past week I have passed comment to both friends and colleagues about two films that I watched recently (Avengers Assemble and Strippers Vs Werewolves), one of which I tore to pieces: Suggesting that it looked no better made than a children's television program. Some may consider this quite bizarre on my part, given that I am neither an actor nor film producer!
I shall now log out - thus the home page will advertise the fact that not one of its 1,227 members is currently "using" GW.
Writing for an audience of one.