daratheresa wrote:i know, not very creative. i don't like splitting off in to too many alter egos, it gets confusing. i'll just stick with my boring old name.
delle wrote:I've also been known as Phred.
delle wrote:Eric wrote: My absolute favorite Doonesbury character as a kid.
Now there's a B.D*. I'd love to pick up again from the beginning
*Intended Pun... B.D. being french for Comix (bande dessinÃ©e)
Tiahaar wrote:Mine comes from Goth fantasy fiction, stories of the Wraeththu. Its my legal first name.
MyDearFriend wrote:Tiahaar wrote:Mine comes from Goth fantasy fiction, stories of the Wraeththu. Its my legal first name.
Oh wow, it's been a long time since I read Wraeththu but I read those books more than once, and the Goth connection never occurred to me. Hmmm, well, that is very interesting.
dragonpilot wrote:When I was in Vietnam I flew helicopters. I was in the 3rd Platoon, 334th Armed Helicopter Company. The 3rd Platoon was nicknamed the "Dragons."
The nickname Dragons was retired when the unit was eventually disbanded after the war. When computer user names became a necessity, I brought it back to life. When I made my first trip to Burning Man in 2005 it became Dragon Pilot...one of few who is honored to fly dragons...
...then they made that stupid cartoon movie (which I actually thot was pretty cute)
theCryptofishist wrote:I don't think I read fifty pages of that. I found it a dreary combination of androgyny and pretension.
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