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03/26/2006 11:28:03 PM · #76
My screen name, stdavidson, stands for Saint Davidson because of my purity of thought and mind.
03/26/2006 11:35:29 PM · #77
Originally posted by stdavidson:

My screen name, stdavidson, stands for Saint Davidson because of my purity of thought and mind.


Now it's getting REALLY deep in here. Think I'll get my waders out
03/26/2006 11:39:50 PM · #78
jbsmithana=J.B. Smith from Anacortes=jbsmithana

Pretty origianl huh? About as artistic as my photography. Oh so sad .....

With a name like J.B. (yup, that is for real, no full name) I've been labeled with lots of nicknames but most are not approriate here. LOL.
03/26/2006 11:40:19 PM · #79
my username rikki stands for ... well... rikki i guess ;P
03/26/2006 11:40:49 PM · #80
Originally posted by ShutterPug:

Originally posted by stdavidson:

My screen name, stdavidson, stands for Saint Davidson because of my purity of thought and mind.


Now it's getting REALLY deep in here. Think I'll get my waders out

Hmmmmm... you sure that is not the dog? LOL!
03/27/2006 05:53:46 PM · #81
That's ok... I go by ClubJuggle for short. :)

Originally posted by Penny Lane:

Originally posted by alanfreed:

alanfreed = "Alan Freed"

My middle name is "creativity."


I can't believe up untill now I've been reading your name as Club Jungle!!!!!!!!!!! I must be blind! LOL

Quoted wrong one sorry ( blush ) I really am blind. This was meant for Club Juggle
03/27/2006 05:55:24 PM · #82
Originally posted by alanfreed:

That's ok... I go by ClubJuggle for short. :)


ROFL I knew you were the same person!
03/27/2006 05:56:00 PM · #83
Originally posted by idnic:

Just thought I'd point that out. Seems some hadn't noticed. :)

I know its silly, but I realized as a kid that it was a pronouncable word backward, so it became a nickname.

Just thought I'd share.

What's your nickname? How does it or does it relate to your DPC-name?


the Saj

= Jason backwards Nosaj. But then I dropped the "no"...and simply became "The Saj"
03/27/2006 06:04:06 PM · #84
I figured this would be obvious but just in case it's not here goes

yanko = richard = yanko = richard

y = r
a = i
n = c
k = h
o = ard

:)
03/27/2006 06:04:56 PM · #85
Originally posted by theSaj:

= Jason backwards Nosaj. But then I dropped the "no"...and simply became "The Saj"


I'd wondered about your name! Nosaj I would have recognized 'cause I played MMORPGs with a Nosaj.

Message edited by author 2006-03-27 18:06:14.
03/27/2006 06:05:56 PM · #86
Originally posted by yanko:

I figured this would be obvious but just in case it's not here goes

yanko = richard = yanko = richard

y = r
a = i
n = c
k = h
o = ard

:)


LMAO!! Now why didn't I see that!!
03/27/2006 06:09:46 PM · #87
I picked up 'modgethanc' as a domain name during my senior year of high school when my father offered to buy me one and host it on his server for me for my 18th birthday, and we had just been studying Caedmon's Hymn in English class. Around the same time I was getting sick of a lot of other names I've been using online, so I figured I might as well.

People seem to forget how to spell it/are too lazy to type/say the whole thing, so I get 'modge' and 'mod' a lot as well.

As for 'Vincent', which I use offline, I decided after graduating high school that it would be awesome to completely change my name. I introduce myself to people as Vincent and they generally don't question it (although most people do a double-take, a lot are curious why, and a scant handful flat-out refuse to accept it and will only call my by my 'real', given name).

I get sick of names easily. I like to play around with them :)
04/05/2006 01:12:57 AM · #88
Thanks to idnic for starting this thread, and getting me to consider a new username!

Thanks for the suggestions:

Bear_Music - Gray_Ninja
ClubJuggle - Gary Gnu
kawasttex - murkulus

At a previous job, I was mandated "murg01" as a login name, that encouraged me to make this image:

' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/44490/thumb/316929.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/44490/thumb/316929.jpg', '/') + 1) . '

and write this article, "User Name Prisoner."

Unlike some companies, DPC doesn't force Borg names on us, so I chose "GrayGhost." This is not as clear as idnic = cindi = idnic = cindi. Anyone care to guess the connection?

Message edited by author 2006-04-05 01:15:08.
04/05/2006 01:44:24 PM · #89
Hmmmmmmmm dunno - it from LOTR - gandalf-ish refrence?
04/05/2006 11:51:06 PM · #90
Gary --> Gray anagram
Mura(village)kami(top (part), head, chief, god, divine, paper, spirit) --> Ghost for alliteration

It's a little stretch, but I don't speak Japanese, and Gray Ghost has some other connections that I like, see below.

Gandalf the Grey is a good connection, especially with his reappearance in white.

John S. Mosby of American Civil War fame was known as the "Gray Ghost."
The Gray Ghost classic TV show was based on Mosby.
The USMC has the 531 Gray Ghost squadron.
"Beware the Gray Ghost" is an episode in the Batman animated series.
Gray Ghost describes the Weimaraner breed of hunting dog.
etc.

As you can see from my photos, when I need a model for a photo, I fold or cut one from paper. While a woody and a rubber ducky are on my shopping list, paper craft is still special, and origami is especially mathemagical.

Message edited by author 2006-04-06 00:17:57.
04/06/2006 12:09:42 AM · #91
Mine is so unoriginal
first inital
middle inital
last name

sigh

I knew I shoulda picked Schmitty
04/06/2006 02:12:30 AM · #92
When I was in high school I dated a girl that nick named me southern gentleman. The nick stuck and was spelled Southerngtlman I was going to use it here when I first started but felt it was to long of a name so I used my initials and birth year(SDW65). Then I had my name changed to souther_exposure because I mostly take pictures in the south(don't get the opportunity to travel much). If I would of known I was going to change my name to a long one, I would of kept my real nickname SouthernGtlMan.

Message edited by author 2006-04-06 02:16:23.
04/06/2006 02:47:07 AM · #93
Originally posted by southern_exposure:

When I was in high school I dated a girl that nick named me southern gentleman. The nick stuck and was spelled Southerngtlman I was going to use it here when I first started but felt it was to long of a name so I used my initials and birth year(SDW65). Then I had my name changed to souther_exposure because I mostly take pictures in the south(don't get the opportunity to travel much). If I would of known I was going to change my name to a long one, I would of kept my real nickname SouthernGtlMan.


Phew, glad the "exposure" part refers to photography! ;)
04/06/2006 02:47:41 AM · #94
p.s. Mine's boring and obvious... I'm from B.C.
04/06/2006 02:49:57 AM · #95
Originally posted by BeeCee:

Originally posted by southern_exposure:

When I was in high school I dated a girl that nick named me southern gentleman. The nick stuck and was spelled Southerngtlman I was going to use it here when I first started but felt it was to long of a name so I used my initials and birth year(SDW65). Then I had my name changed to souther_exposure because I mostly take pictures in the south(don't get the opportunity to travel much). If I would of known I was going to change my name to a long one, I would of kept my real nickname SouthernGtlMan.


Phew, glad the "exposure" part refers to photography! ;)

Yea I thought about that after my name was changed. Didn't even come to mind before that. You are the second person that has brought that up and more reason for me to change my screen name again. I don't want people to take it the wrong way. Exposure does stand for PHOTOGRAPHY! :)
04/12/2006 03:57:24 PM · #96
Originally posted by stdavidson:

My screen name, stdavidson, stands for Saint Davidson because of my purity of thought and mind.

Nah, I like my version better - I've always seen your nickname as a shorthand for "Standard Deviation". Well, at least I remember your nick this way. :-)
04/12/2006 04:01:47 PM · #97
Originally posted by Southern Gentleman:

When I was in high school I dated a girl that nick named me southern gentleman. The nick stuck and was spelled Southerngtlman I was going to use it here when I first started but felt it was to long of a name so I used my initials and birth year(SDW65). Then I had my name changed to souther_exposure because I mostly take pictures in the south(don't get the opportunity to travel much). If I would of known I was going to change my name to a long one, I would of kept my real nickname SouthernGtlMan.


Geesh Scott, how are we supposed to recognize you in posts if you keep changing your name? ;)

Are you in the witness protection program?? ;)

Message edited by author 2006-04-12 16:03:24.
05/08/2006 09:44:49 PM · #98
nitin = nitin = nitin (my name's a palindrome)

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