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Old 12-18-2016, 10:26 AM
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Self explanatory, no?
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Old 01-10-2017, 02:21 PM
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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, 04:11 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, 10:49 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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Photography is my passion and I live in MN.
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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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