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    When I joined the site I was living in Key West the Southern most city for over 30 years. I just moved to Hollywood Florida about six weeks ago but figured no point in changing the name now .
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    If I told you I would have to kill you.
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    Mine is what my oldest grandson called me everytime he came to visit. Pizzed my wife off because she would answer the door and he would bolt right past her looking for Grandpatractor.
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    Back in 05' while deployed to Iraq my soldiers gave me that name. "Gigantor" because i would spend hours at the gym and it stuck...oh, I am 6'8" tall and 260Lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandpatractor View Post
    Mine is what my oldest grandson called me everytime he came to visit. Pizzed my wife off because she would answer the door and he would bolt right past her looking for Grandpatractor.
    Funny, I use to call my grandpa "Grandpa with Airplanes". He flew in WWII and worked for Boeing as well as flying model planes. My father has most of the old airplane engines mounted in his office now. RIP GWAP!

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    The bike I had when I started getting on forums was a black '05 Honda Sabre with orange/red/silver flames on it, and I took orange reflective pinstripe and outlined the flames so the fire lit up at night when lights shined on it.
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    Great thread WCD. g9r pronounced as gee-niner

    g for Greg
    9 for "The 9"
    and r for the r in M109r.

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    Nothing fancy here. My name is Dave Croteau so I used my initials. And i have had a 1967 Mustang since i was 14. It was also my very first AOL email address and still is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gigantor View Post
    Back in 05' while deployed to Iraq my soldiers gave me that name. "Gigantor" because i would spend hours at the gym and it stuck...oh, I am 6'8" tall and 260Lbs.
    You must be like a string bean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-B View Post
    You must be like a string bean?

    Naw...he's just not out of shape like the rest of us
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    Because the bike looks phat and its a M9- hence my plate/ducks covers signature

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-B View Post
    You must be like a string bean?
    LOL. I had the privledge of meeting "Gigantor" at the 2012 MAM. Let me tell you, he lives up to his name big time!

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    Because I think I'm a hard a$$. Always trying out new things that can get me killed, lol.
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    My azz was wider than the back of the bike 6/2 348 lbs over the last several yrs I have trimmed down to A feather 260 38 waist had to give up my old habit of take no leftovers alive .

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    Fatboy a nickname from when I was kid, although the guy that started it was fatter than me. 99 is my number when I raced.

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    I'm in therapy. Nothing works.
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    See avatar. HAYWUD Jablome.

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    Some people seem to like making big deals out of little things. Or every thing, for that matter.

    But big deals aren't that important if you step back, and look at them from another point of view.

    The further away you get, the less significant they become.

    So how then would they look, As Viewed From Mars?

    It's how I bring calm to my world....

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    Default The Legend of Stag Fury

    Way back the day, my best buddy and I shared a common mission in life: to get...uhh..."lucky" as often as possible. Since we both worked in a night club, this mission was not only possible, but probable to the point of ridiculousness. We were also very competitive. So we came up with an award system based on the level of achievement during a calender week. Ties carried over to the following week. There were three rules: 1. No pros, 2. No repeats, 3. No skanks. Lucky once earned the James Bond award - drinks for a night; twice earned the Dash Riprock award - drinks for a week; thrice or more earned the coveted Stag Fury award - what we considered an all star performance worthy of 1/3 off next months rent.

    Besides, it beats the hell out of my other nickname: Woody
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    It's a nickname I was called in college. My last name starts with an "R" but nobody could pronounce it very well. Somebody began calling me The Rone and it stuck.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Big-B View Post
    You must be like a string bean?
    Naaaaa had the pleasure to meet him at the 2012 MAM extreemly nice and nota stringbean
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    Easy for me to remember

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    ARE YOU BZERK ? = R U BZERK.

    gonna get a plate with BZERK.

    "You cant argue with my 9mm..........well you can, but you'll end up bleeding alot"
    RUBZERK = Are You BZERK

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    When I lived in Texas, I used to dig for arrowheads. My digging buddies gave me the nickname...

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    Topher, no it's not top her. My parents named me Chris not Christopher which I prefer more, so I took the ending for screen names. In other forums I use topher or a close variant of it.
    Chris(Topher)

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    Quote Originally Posted by asviewedfrommars View Post
    Some people seem to like making big deals out of little things. Or every thing, for that matter.

    But big deals aren't that important if you step back, and look at them from another point of view.

    The further away you get, the less significant they become.

    So how then would they look, As Viewed From Mars?

    It's how I bring calm to my world....
    I like your philosophy
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    Well lets see ..iam a big guy and the hair used to be Red ...so for the last 10 years or so the guys at work call me Big Red and i think i was 45 at the time i joined the forum..

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    I worked at a pizza joint back when I was in high school. The bartender there started calling me Ace when I began taking flying lessons. My friends ran with it and it has been part of my identity since. I turned it into it's current license form back when choosing a screen name for AOL many moons ago.
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    DEAF on my right ear, Machinist for a living. Family and Friends and Co-Workers call me Daniel.

    If you want to be happy for a day, Drink.
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    If you want to be happy for a lifetime, Ride a Motorcycle.

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