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What's in a name


Carabosse 18 41.5k 270 England
10 Sep 2004 9:53PM
Mwah-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Grin
strawman 17 22.2k 16 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2004 10:02PM
I missed this one. Strawman is a nickname applied to Inspector Rebus in an Ian Rankin book I was reading at the time.It sort of matched how I was feeling at the time so....
EnglishRose 17 271 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2004 10:24PM
Ah a fellow Rebus fan? I recognised the name when I first saw it!
zippie 17 1.3k England
10 Sep 2004 10:32PM
"Oh Crud" Sorry I've started this thread going again, when there is a new one on user names......

please use this thread to explain your user name instead...

See, it's CB's evil coming out again ! LOL
strawman 17 22.2k 16 United Kingdom
10 Sep 2004 10:35PM
Yes I must admit to quite enjoying his work, The Falls being the Best I think, well my wife tells me so. I also thought of Doc a favorite character from a book by my favorite author if anyone would care to guess the book/author.
Fishnet 16 5.0k 5 United Kingdom
11 Sep 2004 4:24PM
Mine is because I live in the urban jungle that is London, I am an urban dweller, an urbanite.
bpa 16 1.2k
11 Sep 2004 5:41PM
BPA/bpa, I used to sell pictures many moons ago to the local rag, sport and newsworthy tat, crashes of cars and aircraft, burning buildings and other depressing stuff. So to create an alter ego, instead of just my name, I came up with; 'The Businees Photgraphic Agency', why the 'business', not because I photographed businesses, but because I thought I was, the business, that is.

Stephen

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