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    back in my competitive softball days, I had a tendency to hate losing more than I liked winning. I was pretty hard on myself, and if we lost and got knocked out of a tourney, I would often times be the first guy to leave the field and get in my car and drive home...immature. SO my nickname became Krabby and it stuck for years...I wore number 5

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    XJ = The jeep I drive and beat on!
    Ghost = what we called my first xj because it was white and scary to drive!


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    Quote Originally Posted by F1nut View Post
    Some good folks in that link that don't visit these days.......shame really.
    Hammer, nail, head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strong Bad View Post
    My last name is Strong. Many moons ago, the founding Polk forum creator, Micah, decided to bestow this screen name upon me when this internet character was popular...

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    Name of the first band I was in in high school, but had to add something to it for my first email. I liked a band named Starflyer59, so I added the 59 to the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjghost View Post
    XJ = The jeep I drive and beat on!
    Ghost = what we called my first xj because it was white and scary to drive!

    Sweet XJ...I need me another one...lift it, yank the sway bars, wheel the hell outta it.
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    Bra and Panty Inspector #24
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    From the book/movie Dune

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    Initintial of my first name and the first 3 letters of my last.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nbrowser View Post
    Sweet XJ...I need me another one...lift it, yank the sway bars, wheel the hell outta it.
    Thanks! I love them. I have a 98 Limited that will be a DD for one twin in HS and a 88 Comanche that will be the DD for the other.

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    First name & the first two letters of my last name. Yeah, creativity isn't my strong suit.

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    My late mini-Eski's name.
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    Mine is kinda obvious, for the football fan in the US that was watching in the 90's anyway. For those that did not, it is one of my favorite Buffalo Bills players, quarterback Jim Kelly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xjghost View Post
    XJ = The jeep I drive and beat on!
    Ghost = what we called my first xj because it was white and scary to drive!

    nice rig brother
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    most of my comments are passing on of info, im a noob, im just trying to help how i can, if im wrong or out of place to comment, dont hesitate to let me know :)

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    Last five letter of my last name

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    I wish I had a cool story----I got nothin.

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    Silver Frost was the color of my SVT Contour I drove a while back when I got my first internet handle. I teach chemistry and "speak periodic table" thus Ag instead of silver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveinaz View Post
    I wish I had a cool story----I got nothin.
    Me neither...
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    I live up here in Chicago Bears country and they're known as dabears from the SNL skit with George Wendt. So, since I'm a Cowboysfan up here I go by daboyz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by agfrost View Post
    I teach chemistry and "speak periodic table" thus Ag instead of silver.
    How many Breaking Bad jokes do you hear on a daily basis?

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    Well The first time I got drunk was with a bottle of Savinon blanc..... Nah, Lies just my First initial and last name.
    SRT For Life; SDA Forever!

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    There are at least two other Threads on this subject


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    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/show...y-Screen-Name&



    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    Lasareath = first three letters are my first name reversed and "a reath" sounded medevil to me when I was 12 and I needed a username to play Ultima 2 on my Commodore 64!!! LOL





    Lasareath is a name I came up with when i bought Ultima II for the commodore 64 back in 1982.

    Las is my name backwards. a-reath to me at 12 sounded Medevil


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasareath View Post
    There are at least two other Threads on this subject


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    http://www.polkaudio.com/forums/show...y-Screen-Name&









    Lasareath is a name I came up with when i bought Ultima II for the commodore 64 back in 1982.

    Las is my name backwards. a-reath to me at 12 sounded Medevil


    http://ultima.wikia.com/wiki/Ultima_...he_Enchantress
    Wow the C-64 also my first computer when I was 12 favorite games Hardball and Ikari Warriors.

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    Last name, middle name, first initial.

    High school generated it as my Netware login back in 1997 and I've kept it ever since.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irrenhaus View Post
    Wow the C-64 also my first computer when I was 12 favorite games Hardball and Ikari Warriors.

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    My name is Keiko, and I'm a hot Asian wahine from Hawaii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by headrott View Post
    I thought of it back when playing video games online was a new thing. A game a friend of mine and myself were playing was called Rise Of The Triad (or ROTT for short). My friend had the screen name "Spithead". I wanted a name to compliment his name, so I combined the "head" from his screen name and "ROTT" from the name of the game and created "headrott" as sort of a play on words. Been using it ever since.
    i LOVED ROTT! The Hand of God was the best.
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    Copied from a similar thread last year:

    Several years ago, my friend and I were waiting outside of a Megadeth concert (Gigantour Tour) for this promotions guy from the local rock station for some tickets. As we were waiting, my buddy and I said that we'd tell the venue employees that we were with the band so we could get in; he was Steve Gigantour and I was John Megadeth.

    For the record, my name's not John :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Megadeth View Post
    i LOVED ROTT! The Hand of God was the best.
    LOL! Yep! That ball of energy would just sweep through the screen vaporizing the all the enemies on the screen.
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    "I'm yet to hear a Polk speaker that merits more than a sentence and 60 seconds discussion."

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