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Old 01-30-2010, 10:19 AM   #31
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Mine is quite simple, my name (Francisco) and my two surnames' initials (M and V).

Rather boring, but easy for me to remember.

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Old 01-30-2010, 11:07 AM   #32
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My first 3 cars were Triumph Spitfires. I was really into them for a number of years. I started getting on a couple of forums and made that up the name when I was about 15. Been using it ever since.

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My screen name is easy. I'm a super, kick-ass ninja! And my name is David!

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I've used mine, on and off, since the days of DOS dial-up bboards. My main problem was that I could never remember the login I'd come up with and one day, I overheard some friends talking about another friend who'd previously taken some LSD and had recently experienced an acid "flash back".
I was always a science fiction fan and loved the old 30s Flash Gordon/Buck Rogers serials with Buster Crabbe (having seen them all at 25¢ theater matinees as a child in early 61 and 62).
The talk about the flashback and the science fiction character suddenly came into a new light and the login, "Acid Flash Gordon", was born.

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I've been a yacht Captain for many years.

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I have had a fascination for the (now) vintage 1968-1975 (British) Norton Commando motorcycles since I was 15 years old (way back in 1969). I finally acquired one in 1999, and have bought several more since then (eBay can be a dangerous place). I was active in several Norton oriented forums, and as I live in the Great Republic of Texas, TXnorton was my screen name. As I CRS (can't remember shxt) anymore (old age), I just kept the same sceen name.

I still have the old Nortons, but do not ride much anymore. I need to eBay a few to clean out my garage!

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I believe mine is self explainitory.

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My name has two meanings,
Being from the south, of course General Robert E. Lee is a hero of mine.
That and i'm a huge Dukes of Hazzard fan.
I used to have a 1989 Dodge pickup with the dixie air horn, and I was big into CB radio at the time.. so my radio handle became General Lee.

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He who crushes skulls.
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He just left out that their hamster skulls, he's working up to squirrels soon.
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