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Old 12-18-2016, 11:26 AM
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Self explanatory, no?
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My long suffering wife once referred to me to one of her friends as "a nut for music" and the nickname stuck. We were married in 1986. My avatar is a fun photo I found on the internet. I also play the tuba.
UPDATE: changed avatar. That is me at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

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ffgrizzley, well I like fly fishing and fishing in general so that's where I got the first two letters. Used to do 1700's reenacting in Darien, Savannah GA and St. Augustine and they used to say I looked like Dan Haggerty so I got that nickname there. The correct spelling is usually taken so I added the extra "e" and the "ff".
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Old 02-04-2017, 05:11 PM
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When I was 12yo, I got my first snowboard, an Apocalypse Fuse6 board. This was the era of compuserve chat rooms. I started using, and still use the Fuse6 or Fusevi name in gaming and chat. In 2003, I drove across country from NY to CA, and the name just kind of stuck...ny2cafuse.

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Old 02-21-2017, 11:49 AM
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Pretty simple myself, My name Daniel, shortened, rhymes well with my bikes, Panhead's.
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Alice in Wonderland and my Grandma Alice, since my irl name was inspired by hers.

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It takes Oak trees a very long time to grow to the point where they produce acorns and to me they are to be cherished. To me they are Golden treasures.

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Old 04-17-2017, 08:12 PM
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Goldpaninut.......I lived in Alaska for 45 years where there is a lot of gold panning & sluicing. I was so lucky at finding gold my family started calling me goldpaninut because they said every time I'd walk down a creek the gold would jump out and stick to me. So.....I'm still known to all of them as goldpaninut

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Olfart is just a very accurate descriptor. Fits me to a T... You don't want to be close by when I stoop to dig a target!

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Comes from a series of books...bonus points if you know which ones or the Author.
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Old 07-22-2017, 04:58 PM
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All hands on deck, at the ready, battle stations! Now swing at will!

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"Foragist" is a term I made up many years ago, to describe the type of specialist I am. My specialty is foraging. First, it was foraging for wild edibles and medicinals, then it evolved more into edible mushroom foraging, and my hunting and gathering also include thrift sales, flea markets, etc. etc. and of course, metal detecting! It's all foraging/treasure hunting to me. It's just my thing.
My avatar is one of the strangest looking objects I have dug. It's the thing that actually led me to this site. Great site! Fun thread too.
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Old 07-25-2017, 01:45 AM
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I'm not very creative with usernames, so I just took the name of my first metal detector!

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My name comes from the fact that I get a strong signal, dig it, recheck the hole...and....VOILA! THE SIGNAL WAS LOST!!!
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Old 07-26-2017, 08:59 PM
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I have used woodz71 for the past 10+ years on bass fishing, hunting, ccw/ccp, and gun forum sites. It's short for woodznwater which is my first passion (hunting, fishing). 71 is my birth year and the avatar is my family Coat of Arms, geneology traced accurately back to the 1400's France.

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Old 07-31-2017, 08:28 AM
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Originally Posted by woodz71 View post
I have used woodz71 for the past 10+ years on bass fishing, hunting, ccw/ccp, and gun forum sites. It's short for woodznwater which is my first passion (hunting, fishing). 71 is my birth year and the avatar is my family Coat of Arms, geneology traced accurately back to the 1400's France.
Wow, a 600 year old family Coat of Arms, that's so bloody cool!

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