OT, but gotta know... Forum-names??

BikeMedic2709 Posted By BikeMedic2709, Sep 18, 2006 at 11:17 PM

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  1. BikeMedic2709

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    How did you come up with you username here on Hearth.com forums?

    I'll go first. It is a bit obvious...
    I am a Firefighter/Paramedic and love cycling. That is bicycling.
     
  2. MountainStoveGuy

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    Hmmm i was under the impression you were a bike mechanic.
    Me, MSG is my favriot chinese spice....
     
  3. suematteva

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    My chainsaw is a Husqvarna 181 it was new in 1985 or 86...Vintage year....probably the best quality tool i have ever owned...she still runs like a champ!
     
  4. BrotherBart

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    BrotherBart is my handle in the on-line poker rooms. Comes from the old Maverick TV series. Brother Brett, Brother Bart, Cousin Beau and Old Pappy.
     
  5. BrotherBart

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    Cool. A saw older than Old Yaller. A 1991 Poulan Pro 405+. I was eyeballing new Husky saws at Tractor Supply today. Until I realized the only things that were attracting me were that they are lighter and have a new sharp chain.

    And maybe that Spike would show me how to put a turbo on one.
     
  6. BikeMedic2709

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    Cool! I have an old HomeLite 330. Good ol' saw. I think it is from the late 80's. I also have an old HomeLite Super XL. Not sure of its age. One of my favorites is the saw I replaced last year with a new Husky, It replaced the Jonsered I used for years. It was a hand-me-down from my father. Great saw. Best I have ever owned! Talk about high compression! whew!
     
  7. My_3_Girls

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    My three girls = 2 daughters and a wife... I know, I know, but I need all the points I can get. She's letting me put the wood in the garage for the first time in 10years!
     
  8. BrotherBart

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    Yeah. Good thing that Old Yaller has a compression release on it or I would need a kick starter.
     
  9. My_3_Girls

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    Not trying to hijack here, but I was in a Home Dump today, and noticed the had no Husky's in stock or on display. Did H smarten up?
     
  10. BrotherBart

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    Lowe's still carrys them. Probably something to do with Husky being spun off and returning to a stand alone corporation instead of being part of Electrolux. Since Electrolux owns Poulan there is no telling what kind of corporate mud wrestling is going on.

    The big money is in the lawn mowers and garden tractors and Husky tractors are made by American Yard Products just like Sears' and Poulan's so who knows?
     
  11. DonCT

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    No shocker here, my name is Don and I'm from Connecticut (CT) :)
     
  12. Homefire

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    Just keep those homefires burning boys and girls ;)
     
  13. EatenByLimestone

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    EatenByLimestone has been with me for years. I have it as my email, and usernames on other boards. I picked it up back in college when I was a geology major for a while.
     
  14. BikeMedic2709

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    Excellent! Keep 'em coming!
    BTW Coaster Sweet kayak!
    Homefires are HOT!
     
  15. BikeMedic2709

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    Eatenbylimestone. I have actually seen that happen to a guy. He fell into a lime pit at a ready-mix concrete plant. Was there for about an hour. Massive burns! I hope that didn't happen to you!
     
  16. hardwood715

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    Hardwood Hauler was my CB handle back in the old days, I use to haul hardwood flooring outta New England Wholesale Hardwoods, and Tacinelli Hardwood Flooring throughout NY, CT, Mass, and sometimes into Vermont, Nickname stayed with me, along with my day of birth 7-15, now email etc.
     
  17. Robbie

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    It's my name............ :cheese:


    Robbie Roberson.
     
  18. Roospike

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    My wife's nick name is Roo for her middle name Sue . She is cold blooded per the weather and with the sweat shirts she like to ware in the winter ( Roo pouch ). My kids gave me the nick name Spike as per how i used to style my hair and also when i was in sales before i started my own business the other sales managers used to call me SuperSpike as per how my sales charts looked after the years totals showed on the yearly charts. Roospike
     
  19. Bushfire

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    A great song by the great Midnight Oil, with obvious fire reference.
     
  20. begreen

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    Just about when the internet started I was also realizing that I could do a better job of managing my energy footprint. Begreen became sort of a personal mantra and my moniker for the past decade.
     
  21. begreen

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    or a political statement in the reverse.
     
  22. PutnamJct

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    PutnamJct is short for Putnam Junction, a defunct railroad interchange not too far from me. Don't know why I started using it (on this board and others) but have been using it for a while now
     
  23. wg_bent

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    It's my name - Warren
     
  24. BrotherBart

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    Well hell, that's no fun. Change it to "Elm'er" or something.
     
  25. Burn-1

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    The computer guy is our office is always coming in at the beginning day saying "Dudes. Let's burn one!" The older people in the office thought he wanted to start a fire. I didn't have the heart to tell them otherwise. When joining the forum it was the first thing to jump in my head.
     
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