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d3500ram

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Posted: 08/31/06 11:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

'Tis my truck:
D= Dodge (or diesel)
3500= 1 ton truck
ram= TM of Dodge trucks...

So what happens if I change trucks...? I'll just keep it (I am still d2500ram for my e-mail even though I stepped up.) I'll just keep usernames based on my needs and current truck... Don't look for F350, F450...etc from me though[emoticon][emoticon]


Sold the TC, previous owner of 2 NorthStar pop-ups & 2 Northstar Arrows...still have the truck:

2005 Dodge 3500 SRW, Qcab long bed, NV-6500, diesel, 4WD, Helwig, 9000XL,
Nitto 285/70/17 Terra Grapplers, Honda eu3000Is, custom overload spring perch spacers.

K3MP

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Posted: 08/31/06 11:36am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It's my amateur radio call sign....my other hobby along with camping


Mark and Dot
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snowtuft

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Posted: 08/31/06 11:41am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

"snow" is from my winter hobby - snowboarding. The tuft part is from a nickname that I've had for long time at work, "I can see his tuft of hair over the cubicle wall." So the guys started calling me tuft - unfortuneatly it stuck and I continue to propigate it in places like this...

nikisue

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Nikisue is or was our beloved Red Nosed Pit Bull Terrier of 12 and 3/4 years she past may 26 2006 her name will live on in this forum.

Nikisue


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Groucho

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Years ago when I was in the Marine Corps.I wore glasses, smoked, cigars and had a recieding hair line. I looked alot like Groucho Marx.


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Posted: 08/31/06 12:08pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I was submarine sailor in a past life. 667 was the hull number. She was de-commissioned in 1996 and her diving planes are part of an art display in Seattle Washington "Fin Art at Kite Hill".

Have fun...

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I had a blast flying this machine about 30 years ago [emoticon]

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About as unimaginative as it gets, but it is easy to remember!

To all of you who have mentioned your military service, THANKS!

Hey longshotrv - my first job too. Team Commander now.

Joe C [emoticon]

smh1040us

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Ok, it is time for my confession. I am now 60 years old, but back when I was in my late teens and wanting to be able to buy beer I purchased a set of fake ID's. The name on the drivers license was Samual Mifflin Hunn ---- Thus the SMH.

When I first started using the internet, somewhere along the way I had to have numbers in my name not just letters. In the real world of today I am a CPA, tax accountant ----- 1040 is your income tax form #.

And finally I am proud to be an american and want everyone to know it ---- US

There you have it ---- smh1040us

Mark (my real name - maybe)


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WitchDoctor

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Mine comes from my wife's view of my competency (at times) in my chosen profession. Her name runs from ICEWOMAN to Ka-Ching as the mood strikes her.


2004 K3500 D/A CC SRW, Goodyear G647 19.5"/Visions, Ranchos, Torklift, Hellwig sway, Airbags, Superhitch, Front hitch, EU2000i

2007 Snowriver 10.2, customized

2006 Yamaha Rhino, a few mods

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