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Discussion in 'Canada' started by CanadianX, Oct 10, 2011.
That's good... seen it on a K1200 plate a well.
Orgndnr= Organ Donor.
My first love is sailing. Nothing feels quite like a boat moving under you (I know what you're thinking, swine!) and making a living as a bush pilot, the handle was coined by my sister.
hard time bring out the best in some people : the last saskatchewan pirate by captian tractor was the inspiration
i live here, and thats how it feels sometimes....
It's what they named me. I don't know why the weird spelling.
per ardua ad astra
through adversity to the stars
The RCAF motto.
In honour of my dad who was a pilot in WW2, and growing up as an Air Force Brat in the 50s and 60s.
I use it on a couple other forums as well.
Huron comes to be because I live beside one of the Great Lakes (Lake Huron) The 52 comes from the year I was born
I use it on almost every forum I log on too.
I doubt that you are Kanadian.
Just over the border.
Just making sure you are not fishing for orthographic corrections up here.
When I was a kid I always wanted to be a Marine
I was given the nickname by friends when I was about 13 and it stuck. Even when I was in the Corps the guys just called me Jarhead
My name is Mike and my career is based around Mountain Bikes, and "JRA" is a common term with Bicycle mechanics. "I was Just Riding Along when my bike broke". My motorcycle and Mountain Bike rides can be very adventurous so the JRA evolved into Mike J's ridiculous adventures.
MCMXCIV is 1994 in roman numerals was the model year of my RS which was my first BMW motorcycle. I started using that username on a couple of BMW forums and just continued with it on pretty much all the bike forums I frequent.
I'll ride anything
I've been a cowgirl since I was a toddler - I started riding horses when I was 2. I know how to rope and herd cattle. I use it as my handle whenever I can
Well, I used to not really work for a living, but as of last friday, I was informed my position was redundant. WTF? Does that mean I have to not work for no money now? Change my handle?
I'm going to north Mazatlan tomorrow to ponder this deep question.
What do you think dumb f@&k?
Fishnbiker ... I took up my Tiger Steamer in 1997 to search out good backroads spots for throwing hooks where others couldn't reach