So I signed up for BikeJournal.com today. to keep track of my mileage and rides this year. I'm dutifully filling out my profile, when I make a mistake of putting last year's mileage into the box that's intended for this year's mileage not logged in. (In other words, if you join during the year, you can enter the miles you already have for the current year, which will then be added to your new totals every time you log a ride.)
Well, once entered, there's no way to correct the problem except with an email to the admin, which I've sent. Meantime, I'm now showing up as the person with the MOST mileage in 2006 -- a total of 1,370 after one day of riding.
Of course, I went on the forum and introduced myself and asked how to correct the problem, but in the meantime, my little bonehead error has become fodder for several posters, who want to know how I managed to ride at an average speed of 54 mph for 24 hours.
I feel like I strolled into a ballroom of 1,000 people and didn't realize I had left my pants at home.