Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by sobore, Feb 18, 2011.
Speaking to communicate is so '90s .
That made no sense whatsoever.
You bet exactly right
They even had a top 40s song out titled "Convoy"
About 4 & a half years in the average truck
This here's the rubber duck.
Thanks Freddddddy good buddddy
Never got any points for the miles I drove in a semi
You can't imagine pulling a trailer loaded with 5 swaying elephants
During my earliest time driving a truck we would make up dummy hoses
to look like we had air connections to the trailer brakes when in fact
we were pulling ancient vacuum brake equipped trailers (not the elephants)
Too stupid to care about safety issues we also had no insurance
Talk about dumb luck we had plenty & a good time was had by all
From the person 90% of flyertalk thought was PSU Shorty?
My initials used to be GJ. Now they are GA. To me, as someone who lives in the south, when I see GA I think of Georgia. To prevent people from thinking I have anything to do with that state I chose to not go by GA83.
Makes sense to me! But I am a cat!
I always thought you wre BrianJay!
This was mine, I still have it.
neither my FT or MP names are travel related,
on FT, I am only one brain cell (neuron), on Milepoint, I get to use my whole head!
I am Diver90 over on FT but I felt the capital D was too self important.
A show of hands from those who remember vacuum tubes
How bout the testers at many of the drug stores
Nowadays the whole shebang fits in the palm of your hand
Ironicaly now the rock & roll musicians are looking for
older vacuum tube sound equipment as they believe that
the old stuff produces a richer fuller sound
Over & out good buddy
Good choice. I thought you were a state road.
You may want to google that name Bob. It may or may not have the meaning you intend
I remember them ... ouch!
It's similar enough, but a change I always wanted to make.
Ha! I remember going with my dad to the local SavOn Drugs with a paper bag of tubes to test in the tube tester. So cool! I still have an old Philco radio from the 40s. A big console model that has a turntable inside. It only plays 40s music.
second chance at fame!!!!!!
I picked my FT name when the Internet was a much more innocent place then it is today.
I kept the same name, although I think I only had about a dozen post on FT.
Welcome and glad to see your post count here is significantly higher! Hope you are finding MP to your liking?