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mike9121

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Mike is short for my last name and 9121 is the last 4 digits in an old phone number


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If your down in Jamacia the sound of boat from the locals drags out to describing your "bhoat Mon". The spelling stuck and on one magical retun trip of my first bhoat-- I coined the name "Magic Bhoat". My TC often hauls MB III.

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Pretty simple. Live in Anchorage Alaska, Names Dave. [emoticon]

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In 1968 I acquired my Cb handle as jjackflash the same year the rolling Stones made the hit Jumping Jack Flash. I just retired from
driving a semi and it stuck with me all of those years.
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We camp with 2 wolfdogs. Lobo is spanish for wolf.


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I love surf fishing, been doing it,teaching it, writing about it and driving beachs for over 40 years.





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..."I have a lurking suspicion that Reverend Leonidas W. Smiley is a myth, that no such personage exists"
--Mark Twain The Notorious Jumping Frog of Caleveras County.


...I have a lurking suspicion that Leonidas W. Smiley is a myth; that my friend never knew such a personage...

--Mark Twain

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OK, finally decided to have a look at this thread....pretty interesting.
I'm the former head of MGM........OR...



.....OR maybe it's just my initials.....ya that's it. Greg M.....GM. Ya, that's the ticket!


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Mine's pretty simple....

My oldest son went to Cal Poly SLO and because of many visits to the area, fell in love with the San Luis Obispo. We're hoping to retire there soon (or least sometime in the future).


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Frankly I was stuck. I wanted to use "Doc Brown", a favorite character from the Back to the Future movies. But it was taken. I toyed with a variation of that, but I didn't want to steal someone else's user name.

Well, we love campfires, so I thought of looking forward to campfire time.


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