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    Quote Originally Posted by DoubleShadow View Post
    Hiya,
    My handle is DoubleShadow, I use this handle on several forums that I am a member of. I chose this name because I collect/make knives and one of the first knives I bought was a Gil Hibben dagger from the "US Cavalry" mail order catalogue back in the early 1990's.

    This is my Double Shadow dagger
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    Oh, it's a hollowpoint.

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    Dirks and Daggers are also illegal in the PDRNJ (Peoples Demokratik Republik of New Jersey).

    You know.....all those drive-by daggerings and dirkings we're having lately. It's in the news.....NOT!

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    I was given the name Sut, by the now deceased, owner of a IBEW union, electrical contracting business. When he hired anyone he gave them a nickname. He named me Sut, after the character Sut Tatersaul in the Barney Google & Snuffy Smith comic strip, and I use it still today. I served my apprenticeship, working for him, and we became a lifelong friends, He was one of the best friends that I ever had. I think of him every time that I use the "handle" that he gave me, back in 1954.

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    I use the handle Curt360 as my first name is Curt and the S&W model 360 was the first S&W I ever owned. So I thought it would be an appropriate handle for me to use here.
    I keep a gun because I'm too young to die and too old to take an ass whoopin'!

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    https://youtu.be/heK8QjhWGag

    These guys were popular in the early 70's. There was lots of this type of music in taverns in the SW at the time where I spent a lot of time "socializing" in my 20's. I more or less identified with their music having lived in TX and AZ all of my life at that point. Great memories of a fun time.

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    It's "vorticity" from fluid mechanics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lostintheozone View Post
    https://youtu.be/heK8QjhWGag

    These guys were popular in the early 70's. There was lots of this type of music in taverns in the SW at the time where I spent a lot of time "socializing" in my 20's. I more or less identified with their music having lived in TX and AZ all of my life at that point. Great memories of a fun time.
    "My Pappy said son you're gonna drive me to drinkin' if ya don't stop drivin' that Hot Rod Lincoln"!

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    It’s my last name preceded by Mr.
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    I had been stalking this and the other site for years had a user name 222crazy, because I wanted a 222 sako, got it. When I de ided to join could figure password out so just created a new one. It is pretty lame my initials.
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    Whats it mean? Something I thought of that seemed to be "out of this world"! Get it, earthling?
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