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I am always curious about the forum names we give ourselves. What do they mean and how did you come up with your name? I'll start it off. CrankCase. One evening I was real tired and I got irritated with something and my son said "Don't be so cranky, your a real crank case." I needed an automotive name so CrankCase was born. So, who's next ?
 

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Don't really know, been using it since I was a beta tester for Applelink (which turned into AOL in 1984 or 85 (on my Apple IIc). To give you an idea, at the time there was a total of 23 people allowed in any chat room and there were only a total of three rooms at any time on the entire service over our 300 baud modems.
 

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iNDy RAM -> ND RAM

The blue and white trucks in my avatar are Indy 500 Pace Trucks, or Indy Rams for short. Mama and Dad each had one when I got mine (there's 4 total now) so I called it ND RAM to differentiate it, plus it was my liscense plate back when she was on the street...5 yrs ago.:(
 

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Bought a Harley-Davidson Deuce in 2003 and have used the name blackdeuce on a few Harley message boards. I traded the Deuce on my current Road King, but I've stuck with the name.
 

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Used to run my own moderately successful computer company early to mid 90's. Chose the company name "Omicron" after the greek letter "omicron" (between ksi and pi, pronounced ohm-i-cron). Had been using it on BBS systems before that, and when I had to choose a login that wasn't my last name. Been my internet name ever since the internet became viable. :)
 

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Got my nick name "Hemiwoman" when I started dating my husband. He was called "Hemiman" for an old 60 Dodge with a 392 Hemi he drove. When I started racing his 66 Plymouth Belvedere 426 Hemi, all the guys gave me the name. They even called my daughter "HemiKid".
 

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If Doc Holiday were living today he'd be driving a Dodge of course, thus Dodge Holiday was born.
 

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No brain damage figuring mine out for sure.......I own a Yellow Harley Davidson Motorcycle.
 

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as with everyone else I have a lot of usernames and many associated with my autos, trucks, motorcycles and guns etc etc, so when I joined this great forum it just hit me this one here is for some "dodgetime" Eric
 

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A real life nickname. I've been known to imbibe from time to time. :guiness:I got it when G'nR first hit big (ie - a corruption of "Slash").
 

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When i saw the The Big Lebowski i knew that i wanted to be called The Dude. I look nothing like him nor do i act like him just that it was cool that he called himself The Dude.
 

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Mine is simply my email address I've used for years.

BWB = my initials
Bike = well, bike. :D

I've always ridden motorcycles for pleasure & commuting (since my teen years). I ride and race bicycles too (yes, even at my age).
 

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When I realized that Dodge was making a white (Stone White) Challenger, I decided that I would purchase the R/T version and modify it as close to the Vanishing Point Challenger R/T as I could.
That Challenegr had the Colorado license plate tag number OA-5599.
That number was already taken here in Florida.
I wasn't too disappointed. I didn't actually have a 1970 Challenger R/T anyway. I got the next generation of the 1970 Challenger R/T, so I added one (1) to OA-5599 and got OA-5600 (which tag number was available here in Florida).
As you can see, my avatar is my license tag.
 
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