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My first name is Greg and my last name is..... ummmm You figure it out. :-)

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I'm originally from montana. I was one of 4 hispanics in highschool. So, they called me Paco.

291 was my MX number in highschool. I guess it stuck. paco291

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I own a 1987 Chevy Blazer that I lifted and take on the trails. My name predates the actual chevy trailblazer by years. I have used this name online for about 10 years now.

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Zero is a nickname from school because thats the kind of skateboard I have, but it was taken, so I got creative....

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A combination of initials from my full name. I pronounce it "See-Show-S-I".

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Non imaginative so I can remember it! My initials and racing number from those dim and distant MX racing days when you weren't anybody if you didn't ride a CZ!

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My nick name is HeaD!! because my crainium is rather large!

I couldnt have HeaD!! so headster it was!:applause:

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And my street name my crew from high school gave me.

hahahah dude you're a tool.

part of my first name and initial of my last.

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My name is Roberto and in Italy the short name is Roby.

A friend of mine always used to say: "...listen to the Uncle..." instead of saying : "listen to Me", thus I started saying "listen to Uncle Roby" --> Uncleroby

Then I am old (37) and wise...:applause:

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well at 15 mines pretty self explanitory haha if only

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well at 15 mines pretty self explanitory haha if only

Likewise

Got mine given to me when I first started riding off road. Like most of us at some point I thought I was far better than I actually was and on numerous occasions ended up in a ditch! :excuseme:

Yep, if there was one to be found I would end up in it some how? Hence my nick name. My pals assumed I liked digging ditch's as I spent rather a lot of time getting both myself and my bike out of them.:p

You live & learn as they say – or NOT! :applause:

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I live close to the Stax studio and music is one of the few things I like about this place.

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A combination of initials from my full name. I pronounce it "See-Show-S-I".

My first thought upon seeing your name was that it was some kind of chemical compound. Cesium+Holmium+Silicon? :applause:

Mine came from an online radio station I used to run about 10 years ago. Later I used it for Xbox-live. Now I use it everywhere.

BTW, if anyone's been thrashed by G27 Radio on Project Gotham 2, that was me. If you got beat up really bad in Halo 2, that was my buddy's kid brother (I suck at Halo)

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Back in my high school days, I was really into the band Foghat. I went to a concert and bought the hat with the word "FOG" on it, and wore it everywhere. I also used to be the designated drunk driver at all the parties - the one less drunk than everyone else - so everyone started calling me the Captain, with the Fog hat. The things that stick with you! ::applause:

My sister had one of those "FOG" hats (bright orange all mesh cap) from one of their concerts - I would guess San Fran or Oakland back around late 70's or early 80's... We used to make fun of her for bringing back an orange hat that she never wore. Little brothers can be a pain in the A##...:excuseme:

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My first name plus my D16 racing number - when I raced. I quit after my shattered tibia in 2003.

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