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New Handle, same old me

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by JamisJockey, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. JamisJockey

    JamisJockey member

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    Ditched my old handle (Atc1man) in favor of this new one. Its still me, minus the post count. Reasons? I just felt like it was time for a change.
     
  2. UberPhLuBB

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    Since you're into all this change, would you mind driving to California and changing your guns so they're registered to my name?

    I'll cover gas and buy you lunch. :D
     
  3. JamisJockey

    JamisJockey member

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    I avoid Kalifornistan at all costs.
     
  4. OF

    OF Senior Member

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    The internet equivalent of major plastic surgery...or a sex change.

    - Gabe ;)
     
  5. Third_Rail

    Third_Rail Senior Member

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    Why didn't you have a mod change your old name??
     
  6. KONY

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    If gas prices go any higher, I'll be a "JamisJockey" too! But I'd much prefer a Trek or Specialized! :D
     
  7. Mal H

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    Yes, why didn't you? It is a very easy thing to do and you don't violate Forum Rule #2 as you did by registering under a new name.
     
  8. JamisJockey

    JamisJockey member

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    I didn't even think about it, and I didn't realize it was a problem.
     
  9. rust collector

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    Easily rectified by asking Mal H. to retire your old handle, no? If you sweet-talked him, he might even give you your old post count for a little street cred.

    I'm still bouncing along on an ancient Cannondale super-V, but whatever the make, it's about the most fun to be had while clad.
     
  10. KONY

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    Ahh, a C-dale pimp on the board. When I am not busy shooting guns and getting fatter, I ride my cheapie Iron Horse (not even one of their mainstream models) ... its a department store Iron Horse. :eek:
     
  11. mtnbkr

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    You folks got it all wrong, Klein all the way baybee. :D

    Gotta start somewhere. My first mountain bike (I'm on #3 in 20 years now) wasn't even that nice.

    Chris
     
  12. KONY

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    Heheh ... just another bike I can't afford. :(

    I emailed Iron Horse asking about it and they never replied. I don't think they want to admit that their name is on it! :eek: :p
     
  13. mtnbkr

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    I couldn't afford it at the time either, but that was nearly 8 years ago. I'm keeping it until the welds crack. :uhoh:

    Besides, I honestly prefer it's ride characteristics to new bikes. The only thing I want is disk brakes.

    So, JamisJockey, what do you think of your new ride.

    BTW, what gun for mountain biking? How would you carry?

    Chris
     
  14. KONY

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    Hey, just let me take a ride and you'll be looking for bike #4 in no time! :D
     
  15. KONY

    KONY Senior Member

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    I rode a base model Jamis at Performance Bike last year. Very comfy ride (yes, I am a wuss). :)
     

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