Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by milchap, Mar 16, 2011.
You get that when you are an early adopter of milepoint
Not everybody would want to though.
that's true, it does come at the price of a certain creativity...
Mine has two levels. The word is 'buffalo' in Thai. It's rather self-deprecative as, when applied to a person, it means a slow dimwitted individual. However, and more to the point, it's my alma mater's mascot.
I am having trouble picking a handle. My wife and I have taken several cruises over the last few years so mcruiser for me (Michael) and pcruiser for her (Phyllis). Now she says she wants to do my overland trips than cruises so I may need a new handle. Any suggestions? We fly out of SDF - Louisville, KY also know as Derby City.
I thought it was Air Canada's Million Meower
Hopefully mines obvious enough
Only Meow when needed! Kitty rule #3.
Is that similar to the rules of acquisitions as developed by the ferengi people???
Why change? You can cruise in your car.
When my dad got me my first email account I presume "samh" was already taken, so it suggested samh004, and it's stuck since.
Because my name is Sandy.
Is it on driver's license?
Canarsie is a neighborhood where I raised and remained for more than 20 years. It rests along the shoreline of southeastern Brooklyn, New York in the United States, and is surrounded on three sides by water: Fresh Creek to the northeast, Jamaica Bay to the southeast and Paerdegat Basin to the southwest. Named for Native Americans known collectively as the Canarsee, Canarsie has its own weekly newspaper which is Brooklyn’s oldest weekly newspaper. Here are some “celebrities” who hail from Canarsie. There is a New York City subway line named after it, although it is also known as the 14th Street line. Pilots refer to the approach along the Jamaica Bay shoreline east of John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York as the Canarsie approach.
Very interesting responses--so much creativity in these handles! I was anxious to get registered to be eligible for the iPad drawing, so I didn't give mine much thought. I didn't want the same identity I have elsewhere, but always love a good deal!
...so the name of the novel and the movie is really The Bridge Over the Buffalo River?
The bridge to buffalo.....good wings.
I signed up on FT in 1999 with Traveller (2 l's) and kept it here.
You should really get the 'l' out of there!
I chose mine because it is not my real name. This should give me total ironclad anonymity and license to engage in as much boorish internet behavior as I want!
That's exactly what Canarsie said to me 10 years ago on TOBB!
My MP handle is probably obvious but I have played piano all my life (which, trust me, is a long time! ) and have performed more than a few concertos over the years! Avatar... love parrots and used to hand raise/feed them. Still have the first baby that we hatched and she is now 21 years old.
Couldn't spell then. Still can't.
Great product, Cholula
& fine job as well it would seem from the success the company is enjoying
'Doc' was always my nickname, since college
And, I'm also a real 'doc' ..
yea, the kind with a degree!
You don't see the resemblance?
For me, it goes back to the dial-up days of AOL ... wombat1 and wombat2 were taken!