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    It's where we live & we value our privacy, so to help discourage visitors.....the name just fit.
    I love the sign! The bird houses are a nice touch too.

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    Mine is the designation for an international class of control line combat. They fly on 52 ft long lines and go 100 mph and turn 15ft loops. Cheapest adrenalin rush I have ever had, and safest the planes crash,a lot, but you don't.

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    I'm a Shrine Clown and my clown name is " ISME" so I use it on all the forums I belong to. I have never run into another one on a forum or in real life. It's a safe bet if you see the name anywhere it's me. ISME ismetheklown.com

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    Mine is the beginning of my first and last names. Pretty simple but I 've been using it since I first went online in the 80's. And it's one I don't ever have to worry about forgetting (I hope!).
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    Mine is to the point for here... I EDC for the protection of my family. Most of the time I use "livesilly" for everything; which best decribes me.....
    Christian/Father/Husband/American/NRA Benefactor Life Member/GOA Life Member/USAF NCO/Operations; Provide Comfort/Northern Watch/Southern Watch/Enduring Freedom/Iraqi Freedom/TBD....

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    I've used a variation of Katana for a long time now in my online life. For instance, my Xbox Live gamertag is GenKatana (now silver.)

    Swords and swordset collecting have been a longtime hobby of mine. I've never owned an original, but do have some nicely made recreations.
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    "Sky Pilot" is an Old West term for a preacher.
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    From the time I was a little kid I was always tinkering with stuff, I would take stuff tear it apart and build something else. My nickname was Inspector Gadget because I was always building gadgets and stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Katana View Post
    Swords and swordset collecting have been a longtime hobby of mine. I've never owned an original, but do have some nicely made recreations.
    You should try originals. I bought an authenticated civil war officer's sword in 2000 for $475.00 It is now worth $5,500.
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    I basically just made mine up. Sorta based on the Uncle Carbunkle nickname my sis gave. I don't really have any idea where it came from. It turns out that there is a band with the same name.
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    If it is ok to disarm legal citizens to reduce crime, then doesn't it stand to disband the military to prevent war?

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    Noonan came from the movie caddyshack. The main character's name is Billy Noonan. At the end of the caddy tournament he has a put to win the game, and everyone tries to distract him by saying Noonan, miss it Noonan. So one day long ago I was golfing with some buddies, winning as usual, one of my friends said miss it Noonan and it just stuck. That and Mo Murderous (my xbox live user name) might have been inappropriate for this site.
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    I live in a resort that still exists largely because of snow (used to be silver mining). My favorite #is 23 and there was already a Snowman registered.

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    Mine is pretty obvious, but I'm bored and I want to play. It is the only firearm I currently own and for some reason the forum would not let me use my regular tag....
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    I was the leader/founder of a small and powerful nation at one time (cybernations). The rest of the world called me Ram Rod. They knew I was a Dodge truck man and I run it on a Superchips tuner. Hot Rod just didn't seem right so the two are sort of combined.
    Let me know if you want to hear how many hemis I've taken on the road. No...it's not a hemi.
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    For a long time I owned a 1972 Moto Guzzi Eldorado 850.

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