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jtrent6415

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Posted: 06/05/12 09:09am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

First part is First intial (J)ason and last name.

64 - my college football number
15 - DW high school basketball number


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Before public access to the net, dial-up BBs were the only game going, and I wanted a username that would not readily be copied, and came up with the name 'Gabriel' (biblically influenced lol). Once the net became accessible, there were people whose name really WAS Gabriel, so sticking with the archange1 theme, I decided on Seraphim, thinking most people wouldn't know the plural form of seraph, much less use for a user-name. It's been pretty succesful, though occasionally I have to resort to RecumbentFalcon.

Another story....


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Mine is a combination of the title of the book by James Fenimore Cooper and a acronym by Scott Adams of Dilbert fame.

Bohica - Bend Over, Here It Comes Again.

As an IT Consultant, I used that phrase quite a lot to explain some of the new policies and guidance that was being communicated by the PHBs.


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Mine is our progression of campers...

Cox--soft top folding tent trailer, late 60s
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Wilderness--travel trailer, 1978
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Sweet Tater = Name of the Lawn maint company " Sweet Tater's Lawn Service LLC" I own, and also the nick name I got stuck with because of it, so....





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A cross check is an illegal hit with both hands on your stick across some part of an opposing players body. You get a 2 minuit penalty for a minor hit and 5 minuits or more for an intent to injure. I play this game all winter. It is played on very hard water. Can you guess what is is?

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I'm an Oregonian, I'm a Ms, I drive a RV and a Wrangler. Not to be confused with Miss Oregon, not sure what she drives but my best guess is a Dodge Neon.

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crosscheck wrote:

A cross check is an illegal hit with both hands on your stick across some part of an opposing players body. You get a 2 minuit penalty for a minor hit and 5 minuits or more for an intent to injure. I play this game all winter. It is played on very hard water. Can you guess what is is?

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Very hard water...ice hockey or very hard turf...lacrosse.

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