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Lines in your signature

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by MDMadrid, Aug 11, 2006.

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  1. MDMadrid

    MDMadrid Member

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    I was just wondering how you chose the quotes, or “catch phrases” in your signature?

    Me? I just Love Cigars!!
     
  2. Twycross

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    I use whatever quotes/phrases strike my fancy, and keep them until I either grow really bored with them, or find something better. I think I've cycled through maybe half a dozen lines since I have been here.
     
  3. armoredman

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    Tremors. 'Nuff said.
     
  5. CajunBass

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    I think that one sentence sums up the most important thing I believe.
     
  6. Sindawe

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    I chose lines that are reflective of my general outlook on life, either inspiration, sickly funny or just plain weird. And the occasion political statement.
     
  7. Evil Monkey

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    I find the media hilarious.:D
     
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    i find mine either funny or applicable to my philosophy on life
     
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    That's pretty much my criteria, too... just whatever tickles me, or I think is profound.
     
  10. Hemicuda

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    'Cause i like them, and they seem to fit my personality and lifestyle...
     
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    I don't enjoy being ripped off.

    ramis
     
  12. Charles S

    Charles S Member

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    Simply what my advice is worth.
     
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    THR Moderators slap me around until I find one that isn't offensive. ;)

    On a serious note, I do like to reduce the text size (by using the tag) to make for less clutter on the board. Makes things easier to read, I highly suggest this to everyone as a courtesy to others. :)
     
  14. Zen21Tao

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    My method:

    First I hire a talented staff. Then I form them up into various committees. Once each committee creates its portion of my statement I assemble yet another committee to compile each individual part into a single complete statement. Once this is done this draft of the statement is sent to an editor for review and revision. Following the review process the statement is returned to the previous committee for a redraft. Once the rewrite is complete it is sent back to the editor. When the editor feels it is worth being viewed by THR members it is sent to me. If I agree that it meets the extremely high standards of THR then I have my secretary enter it into my signature line. :D
     
  15. Lupinus

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    sounded good
     
  16. Christianninja

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    One is from V For Vendetta and should always be kept in mind, as for the other...

    It just popped in my head. I laughed. I put it in my signature.
     
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    Sig 1... from one of the greatest shows ever.

    Sig 2... from the greatest wife ever.
     
  18. Crosscut

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    It's the way I live.
     
  19. the pistolero

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    One of my favorite quotes, from one of my favorite works, from a writer whose quality I can only hope to match one day.
     
  20. Nitrogen

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    Mine is one of the primary reasons I'm pro-gun.
     
  21. zoom6zoom

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    There are indeed some good sig lines on this forum. I think some get carried away though... .choose ONE! It's sorta crazy (and bordering on annoying) to see posts where the sig is twice as long as the post.
     
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    zoom6zoom, are you a talking about me ??
     
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    I know he's not talking about me. :neener:
     
  24. Biker

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    Heh...heh...:eek:

    Biker
     
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    I guess you can just call me "old school".

    Mine come from classic westerns, and I carry revolvers, not brass shuckers.
     
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