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#52788 06/08/05 06:01 PM
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Well - while we're at it ...
Luckyshadow - Had to come up with a name years ago , was having trouble getting one that would be accepted. Looked around the room and on my right side was my beagle named Lucky and on my left side was my great dane named shadow so .. luckyshadow was born Real name is Ken

#52789 06/08/05 07:04 PM
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Capt al is a nickname giving to me at the first company Christmas party I attended with my current job. It started as a joke 8 years ago and has grown a life of its own. The president of the company calls me by it. When I picked up a new van at the lettering shop, Capt Al was painted under the drivers side window. The comments I get are comical.

Al

#52790 06/10/05 06:02 AM
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My name comes from when I was an apprentice. I drilled non stop for a month. Concrete hammer drilling. One day the boss started calling me drillman. Seemed like a good handle to use on the net.

That boss liked to give everyone nicknames. Had a guy who was a computer guy and he used macs so he called him.... macman.

#52791 06/10/05 04:02 PM
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Picked up the nickname Radar from a foreman some years ago on a good day of troubleshooting (lucky day, actually) shortly after we turned power on in a building.


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#52792 06/10/05 06:20 PM
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Well I have had Hurk for a long time, and back when I was little I was involved with the CB radios and had the handle Hercules, which was always taken on the net so on the radio most called me Hurk for short and I added the 27 which is my birthday in October.

When I first got on the radio (1968) I first called myself little guy but because I had a 150' tower and 6 element beem and a old RCA short wave radio transmitter 25kw converted to 11 meters (thank's to my Dad) everyone started calling me Hercules and it stuck. [Linked Image]


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#52793 06/10/05 08:35 PM
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Mine's from an awful B-grade horror flick from the early 80's called "the Pit". A weird loner kid in some town finds a pit in the forest where creatures called "trollalogs" live and he befriends them and starts feeding the unsuspecting townspeople to them. More a black comedy than a horror flick- memorable only because it is sooooo bad

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