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  • J. Randall
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    Guy from my neck of the woods named Hugh Hogg. Named his daughters Ima and Ura, must have had a cruel sense of humor. James

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  • charlie coghill
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    Several years ago I worked with a guy named Bright, so what was his nick name? NOT SO. An other guy was named sweat, What was his nick name "NO".

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Glen Glenn, must be a popular name there are 2 around here or were a few years back, Jr. & Sr..

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  • Mcostello
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    Work with a kid called Craig Craighead. Not foolin.

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  • jr45acp
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    When I was in the Coast Guard I was stationed with a guy by the last name of Pancake. Also knew a German Merchant Seaman by the name of Wolfgang Kunt. Massive fellow, was not nice to laugh at Wolfgang's last name. Also there was a story about a Warrant Hosptialcorpsman who named his daughters after differenct antibiotics, e.g. Tetracycline, Oxytetracycline, etc. Can't offer first hand knowledge of the veracity of that one though. Also on my buoy tender was a seaman by the name of Glen Glenn. Poor kid, chronic seasickness, which would start when the last line was cast off.

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  • john hobdeclipe
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    At the county office where my wife & I obtained our marraige license, the lady in charge of those proceedings is Joy Loveless.


    "Did you see those terms? 25% refundable cash deposit with a $200 minimum? OK, what are they saying? You put down $200 or more and they give you 25% back if you aren't high bidder on anything? Maybe they are just saying minimum $200 cash deposit... Confusing..."

    The $200.00 minimum deposit will cover you for up to $800.00 in purchases. after you exceed 800, you must add to your deposit, so you always have 25% on deposit. Of course, if you don't buy anything you get your full $200 back.

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  • DancingBear
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    Originally posted by J Tiers
    A fellow named Tom Raper is allegedly the midwest's (or the nation's) largest dealer in recreational vehicles, meaning buses for vacation travel.

    Located in Indiana not far from the Ohio border, and self-described on innumerable billboards (hoardings to NA and JS et al) as the largest. I think his billboards go for 30 miles.

    In any case, I never can see them on my way up that piece of I70 without wondering HOW he got to be the largest.......... a question 100% inspired by a name that I assume he pronounces the same as a music style.....with two "p"s. That seems ironic, since the style in question has quite a bit in common with his name (one "p"), but I digress.

    Then of course is the question of largest WHAT, at which point a rude word in yiddish comes to mind........

    I would have lost that name a long time ago, but I'm not him......
    Unfortunately I live close enough to see his TV adverts. He pronounces it just like it's spelled. Seems appropriate, somehow. His commercials sound just like a used car dealer's.

    Walt

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  • J Tiers
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    A fellow named Tom Raper is allegedly the midwest's (or the nation's) largest dealer in recreational vehicles, meaning buses for vacation travel.

    Located in Indiana not far from the Ohio border, and self-described on innumerable billboards (hoardings to NA and JS et al) as the largest. I think his billboards go for 30 miles.

    In any case, I never can see them on my way up that piece of I70 without wondering HOW he got to be the largest.......... a question 100% inspired by a name that I assume he pronounces the same as a music style.....with two "p"s. That seems ironic, since the style in question has quite a bit in common with his name (one "p"), but I digress.

    Then of course is the question of largest WHAT, at which point a rude word in yiddish comes to mind........

    I would have lost that name a long time ago, but I'm not him......

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  • moldmonkey
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    Was in the Army with a guy named Peter Wort.

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  • speedsport
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    names

    Knew a guy once, Justin Thyme.

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  • wierdscience
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    I went to school with a brother and sister named Camera and Wait Aminutte.

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  • Nutter
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    My last name really is Nutter...

    Did you see those terms? 25% refundable cash deposit with a $200 minimum? OK, what are they saying? You put down $200 or more and they give you 25% back if you aren't high bidder on anything? Maybe they are just saying minimum $200 cash deposit... Confusing...
    Last edited by Nutter; 04-25-2006, 10:01 PM.

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  • bob_s
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    Originally posted by CCWKen
    I wonder why you never hear of machines made by Lopez, Gonzalez & Rodriguez? Seems all I ever hear from them is stuff called General Motors.
    No, I think it's because they make more playing baseball.

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  • CCWKen
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    I wonder why you never hear of machines made by Lopez, Gonzalez & Rodriguez? Seems all I ever hear from them is stuff called General Motors.

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  • Evan
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    One of my customers has the last name Lovejoy. Another has the name Cindy Outhouse. Another is Dot Gamble but she doesn't work at the casino. There are also Bell, Hill, Plante and Hunt. Another of my customers, husband and wife, are Mac and Beth. I also have a Noble, Rich and a Sparks (married one of those ).

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