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    not so retired henzilla's Avatar
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    Thumbs up Adding your name is appreciated



    We are a friendly community and really would like to know folks on a first name basis. Take a minute, new and old, and edit your profile to include your name in your Sig line. Act like we are meeting face to face when we exchange thoughts on the Forum

    And as a suggestion when setting up your Username, the Internet is full of scam seeking opportunists and stories of those who might get your email address and some info as to your interests if you use that as your Username...just food for thought. We like individual Usernames in general, your name is OK as well... the email addy approach looks a bit dry.

    Adding your location as well may help locals in your area meet and greet or just help all of us know where you call home.


    Thanks and come on in
    Last edited by henzilla; 12-07-2011 at 03:59 PM. Reason: add /delete info
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    Hi Steve!

    Thanks for bringing this up. That is a little pet peeve of mine - not knowing what to call someone.

    You may call me:

    TRACY!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebake View Post
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    Pretty sure that is not the response he was hoping for, Ed.
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    Bob T
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    Of course an accurate screen name would be a plus...

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    Done!

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    my name is Bob and I am a forumaholic. I am, as the song says, "a work in progress"
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    Gosh, that was easy.

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    Hi, my name is...

    Hi my forum name is Duck Dodgers, I was formerly known as Twistngo. My IRL name is John. I enjoy tire and oil threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    And as a suggestion when setting up your Username, the Internet is full of scam seeking opportunists and stories of those who might get your email address and some info as to your interests if you use that as your Username...just food for thought. We like cute catchy Usernames in general, the email addy approach looks a bit dry
    I'm done with 'catchy' usernames. Since a couple of years, I only use my real name as username. I see no need to hide my identity, and since I'm already in the address database of the spam community (thanks to funny people who like to mail jokes to their complete address book), there's no point in hiding it anymore.

    But you can call me Mike The Bike if you like...
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    Done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post

    We are a friendly community and really would like to know folks on a first name basis. Take a minute, new and old, and edit your profile to include your name in your Sig line. Act like we are meeting face to face when we exchange thoughts on the Forum
    Like this?
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    It is what it is. Bud's Avatar
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    Most know my name, some ask about the big red X and what it stands for. Well, I saw it somewhere on the web and liked it. It stands for nothing at all.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIBUD View Post
    Most know my name, some ask about the big red X and what it stands for. Well, I saw it somewhere on the web and liked it. It stands for nothing at all.
    I always thought that it some type of sailing flag, Bud.
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