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QueerRudie:

 

Queer: DUH. (If this requires explanation, you need help.)

Rudie: Short/slang for Rude Boy, as in the devoted followers of Ska, particularly the First Wave and 2Tone Movement eras. (Although I'm not as 'Rude' as I was in the past- I did evolve into a Skin about five years ago... but didn't want to change my name- or all my e-mail accounts!)

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Well, since my name sounds odd, I'm pretty sure some people are wondering, "Where the heck did that username come from?" Well, here is the explanation. My dad used to have a hat that said molemaster on it. My name is Cole and Troy Polamalu's # is 43 and he is one of my favorite football stars, so that is where the name comes from. Well, my brother actually started calling me it.

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Why I picked XYZ: People see me "sticking out" from everyone else with a simple and short, yet unique username. I also wanted my name to be confidential, so XYZ.

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Mine is somewhat like an alter ego for myself. I'm ---- in normal life, but since I say that I live halfway between reality and fantasy, my screen name is a direct reflection of that. I love the name griffon, my middle initial would be j, and I would be constantly reborn until the year 2022. I really don't know where the 2022 came from, but I think that's when I would like to have a kid or something....

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When I was six, I joined this online K'nex club. I liked tanks back then (I still do; but I have taken more of a liking to the A-10 Thunderbolt recently) so I thought of my name Tanks4me. (Tanks for me; I wished to acquire tanks.) I kept the name for everything else I joined. When I joined thrillnetwork in 2005, I added the 05 to my name to denote the year. I kept that version when I came over to TPR. I was considering changing my username to JBoss (an acronym of my real name, Jeremy Bossert, and my famous nickname in high school) but I didn't feel like going through changing it.

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"CoasterKings908" was one of the many web series my friends & I tried to create. "CoasterKings" was inspired by an old hats we all bought from Six Flags Magic Mountain and the "908" was an add-on we put on all of our old web series (ex. "CoasterKings908", "MovieInsider908").

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Urban is my last name. When I first started learning to play the trombone in elementary school, my music teacher thought I was exceptionally good and called me 'Urban Legend'. When the time came to choose a username, that's what came to mind for... some reason.

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