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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by pipedreams, May 1, 2006.
my screen name is how i carry my 1911.
My favorite glock is the 19 so I just flipped it. 91kcolg
Oh okay it is "Things Are Really ******* Up"
I wonder why?
Im Speed Racer's brother, duh...
It's what I do.
truthfully i forgot the context that my old shooting buddy came up with my nickname Tango.....something along the lines of, i can be your best friend, or your worst enemy......
i have to call him up and ask
My screen name is what John Wesley Hardin exclaimed when the Texas Rangers came to arrest him.
I live in Texas. I've been called "John Wesley" by a teacher in my past due to my - uh . . . polite & serene nature.
I looked for a long time for a name that no one had. One day my little girl was watching a show called Dino Sapien. I like dragons so I put the to together and there it is. I Google it and no one had it.
My parents gave me this name.
Mine is a little too crative... It's actually RASCAL I just gave it a little bit of twist then I figured why not go a step further and put H's in betweens idea that I got which is an old habits of filipinos when tagging their name back in the days...
A cat I had years ago liked to play like a boxer when he was a kitten, rearing up on his hind legs and batting at my hand; his ready-stance had his paws held back next to his torso. At the time, there was a popular show on TV, "The Adventures of Hercules," and the sidekick - Iolaus - held the same ready-stance when he was in conflict. I named the cat after him.
When I first got on the internet years ago and created my first user account, I needed a name; I took it from my cat. It's been my internet handle ever since.
I use mine all over the Internet. My first name is Tony and I live in St. Louis. Thus tonystl.
Mines boring. It's a simplification of my first name backwards, and the year of my birth.
my last name Jensen with no vowels.
My name comes from my real name Dino converted into english Dean and because I'm not so small the big.
sent with regards from switzerland!
My dad would always call me ace when we went squirrel hunting, he was always surprised at what I could do with a .22 rifle. I do not think I am all that good of a shot, I know there are so many people who can do better. Anyways that's where I got Ace from and 19636 was an old pin code I used for some online game that I don't even remember but the number is stuck in my head so why not?
I'm a contractor for the US Army, so the name fits, but it's actually a part of a trifecta of a 3man CoD Black Ops team, which strangely enough, was started at work in a G6 shop.
Warrant Officer - BG Javier Castillo, Special Ops Command, Commander
Officer - Doorman, Special Ops Command, Door Gunner
Mr - Kontractor, Special Ops Command, Contractor Support Element
Awesome thing is we gave the Captain, who was the OIC of the actual shop, an awesome going away award with the Black Ops backdrop, modified Call of Duty medals in the top left and right corner, and an awesome "bad *** terrorist killin hell on wheels" sphiel as the bulk of the award. It will be funny to see him explain that later in life!
PS: Yes, we had a PS3 connected to a flat screen for our downtime in the Sys Admin area... along with a dart board and AFN. I miss that group of guys!
NOTE: Special Ops Command is purely fictitious and used in conjunction with the game only. I am not currently nor have I ever been associated with a Spec Ops element of any sorts. I don't want anyone reading this as claim to fame or anything like that. I believe it's important to clarify in these situations. I take offense when people pretend to be part of something they are not, especially our armed services.
Almost like mine; my first name backwards, with an added "e" just to make it look like a real word.
Mine is the vehicle I drive: 2004 GMC Yukon