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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by dented, Jun 18, 2021.
Unless I move....not really needing to change mine!
I've always wondered - what the heck is a "Pompatus"? Some kind of Australian animal? Or a Roman city?
aha! This is a mystery! The likely answer is a little dark and creepy. Let me try to find a linky….
You can call me Al…
And your alter ego "Chris Weight-Gaines"
I’d be otisblove like I am on every other guitar forum.
I don't even know your name... How would I know it was you?
What day was it? I am usually in Gilbert 4 days a week.
i already did...i hope no one really thinks that brad pittiuful is my real name...im more pathetic than pittiful
if i could change my name id pic...dan ramone...dan real first name and ramone cause of the ramones
I changed mine at one point, is it not an option anymore?
Like @brookdalebill, I would use my country music name: Newton Idaho.
Whatever you say, Mark. Should I use my 1960-66 name, my 1966-74 name, my 1974-82 name, my 1982-2010 name, or my 2010-current name?
(For the record, I do at least use an actual picture of myself as my avatar. Of course, it’s a picture of me pretending to be someone else… )
I went to your ostrich ranch.
I'll be darned. I always figured it was a young Hugh Laurie!
I’m flattered. I think.
Then we’d have the Bob Smith problem.
Since I admire @brookdalebill's new moniker, I thought maybe I could also use my country music name like he did, but since my middle name is my mother's maiden name the country music name formula doesn't work for me.
Best alternative is my blues name : Screamin' Tooth Parker.
Otis Elevator or Halloween Jack