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    Contributor We've stopped counting... Bugguts's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by LDYAPXR View Post
    Hmm, LdyApxr. Self explanatory although my previous name of YTFGoddess was rather baffling to some(not those who know me). Avatar? Again, self explanatory unless you are not a race fan and it is Riley with Valentino Rossi at the Yamaha Aquarium party in 2008 at Laguna Seca. Also made The Soup Yamaha Image of the Week along with a few others of Riley and his brolly dolliies. Now that he is 16, he is no less charming to girls(older or his age) and no less outgoing. Hmmm, wonder where he gets that from?
    I think you should explain your previous name.........
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    Quote Originally Posted by subvetSSN606 View Post
    I wouldn't call it stolidity, but you do have to be level-headed, not easily flustered, have a sense of humor, and be able to roll with it.
    Same attributes it takes to be a bartender.....
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    I chose Calabash because I like the way it rolls off the tongue when spoken and it lets me know how old people are, if they are my age (64) they know about Jimmy Durante and his sign off of "Good night Mrs. Calabash wherever you are" My avatar is an old guy riding intensely, that how I feel when I ride, seemed a nice fit.
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    Contributor 8000 Posts! LDYAPXR's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugguts View Post
    I think you should explain your previous name.........
    You would! LOL I think it's kind of fun to watch people try to figure it out!
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    Nickname: It comes from way back. I was a big Dilbert fan. So...Dogbert is a dog, Ratbert is a rat, Catbert is a cat. I thought Lezbert was fitting.

    My avatar is an older shot of Lindsey and me on a ride...waiting for a train to pass. No selfies while the bike is going! I should update that one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calabash View Post
    I chose Calabash because I like the way it rolls off the tongue when spoken and it lets me know how old people are, if they are my age (64) they know about Jimmy Durante and his sign off of "Good night Mrs. Calabash wherever you are" My avatar is an old guy riding intensely, that how I feel when I ride, seemed a nice fit.


    64 is not old, we have one poster here at 110

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    I thought I'd put this one back into actuality, there's some new personalities since last post...

    Go for it, it's fun to know

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