Originally Posted by Ford
After all over 15,000 people out there are no longer members but are CBJ's just not in good standing. They have the name tag and shirt and all.
I'm not sure if 15,000 is an accurate number. I became a CBJ in April 06 and I'm 9009, and I know judges who took the class in April 07 who are in the 20,000s. To add 11,000 cbjs in a year the bullsheet would be nothing but new members and cbj classes. I know a judge who's # is in the 15000s-16000s so they didn't jump the teens entirely, but something weird happened to the numbers. Maybe I'm wrong and there are 15,000 former cbjs out there.