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  1. #11
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    like many others', its just my name

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    My last name.
    My first name, which is not in english, contains a certain combination of letters that many bots catch so I generally can't use it in forums.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by designbydave
    my web site

    easy for me to remember so i dont forget how to log in
    I use the remember me function so i dont have to remember my username/pass..... tho i do remember it anyway
    "I am not an alcoholic, alcoholics go to meetings"
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  5. #14
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    As you might have guessed, I'm the famous bountyhunter from the Star Wars galaxy

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    Pretty simple for me, Hamlin is my surname. I use to use a more imaginative nickname on the web but got fed up with it, my name is good enough for me

  7. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nand
    My last name.
    My first name, which is not in english, contains a certain combination of letters that many bots catch so I generally can't use it in forums.
    Your name is very appropriate for a computer user :)
    (It's because of these.)
    it\'s !Linux; it\'s GNU/Linux!
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    Morgoth is the supreme enemy in the world of Lord of the Rings, Sauron is his lapdog. Dunno why I took it

  9. #18
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    Jeremy = coolest name in the world
    1701 = the # part of the Star Trek Enterprise serial number (NCC-1701)
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremy1701
    Jeremy = coolest name in the world
    1701 = the # part of the Star Trek Enterprise serial number (NCC-1701)
    Not to get too off topic (this is the Coffee Lounge though, so what the heck), what's your favorite Enterprise letter?
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    That's a tough one. I guess from the series, it'd probably be D. It was the most classy. Plus, I think TNG was my fav.

    What's yours?
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