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Ive been using that forever. I picked it up when I was small and I cant really remember who what where or when I got it.
I talk with a nice southern Accent (maby because im from NC )
and I will take a stand for what I beleve in maby. Never really put much thought into it but have been called it forever.
Back in the day that was part of my wrestling name. But then I blew out my knee twice so that career path ended. "SouthernThunder ____"
Its also a HankWilliams JR. Song.. But I had that name before I ever heard that song. Maby whoever called me it for the first time got it from that song I dont know.
I also go by "308" Sometimes "SouthernThunder308" If I feel like putting the two together.
The 308 is well 3=Earnhardt (best there ever was and will be) and 8= Earnhardt Jr.
So thats all the story I got.. Not very interesting but there it is in all its glory.. or tobacco tar
I like where you took your Grandfathers Handle. Thats great!. What a nice show of respect in my opinion. Very thoughtfull!!
Its a 10K world.. Interceptor 10K , Predator 10K
Then in the late 70's I was in a CB club and was issued "Buckeye 104" for a skip,,probably a simple story,,,,and haven't looked back,,,,I still use both
If i'm shooting skip i'll use **Censored**-610 or Ruger44Mag on AM side .
Has nothing to do with alcohol or anything like that. It goes way back to the 80's when I was in a heavy metal band playing guitar and the "whammy bar". the guys in the band gave me the nickname "The BarTender" so I started using it as my handle too. When I got back into the cb radio thing this year, I just started using the same handle again.
For shooting skip, I use 961 on the south side of Chicago or PDX961.
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SWP GENERAL LEE
PREDATOR 10K "MUDDUCK SLAYER"
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MACO 103 ANTENNA
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Well, it says a lot about me. When I was in Corporate America they started doing studies to find out what your personality was. Many of you know about those but my type was "Driver" and slang for that was "Hammer". Since I was the manager of a retail outlet I had to Hammer quite a few employes. Other aspects are I am a carpenter by trade and swing a "Hammer", I like to drive Hammer Down, and I drive in the Hammer lane not to mention I like to Hammer ppl on the radio.
I have had so many handles in the past, they changed as I changed or my circomstances in live changed.
My skip handle is **Censored** 199 or 199 in Hotlanta. Ones and Nines are good numbers to use during keydown comps so I have been told so I figured they would be good to shout out on the airwaves. I live in Atlanta GA and it has been know for years as Hotlants for the durn heat here.
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- Name: Ray
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- Name: heavyhaulerss
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- Radio: Gen Lee
- Name: Robert
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I don't drive slow, but I am steady.
I've got quite a few nicknames (hence the screenname). TigerEyz3, is a modification of a nickname my now wife gave me when we were dating back in the college days. I've always liked tigers (favorite animal) and my wife said my eyes looked like tiger eyes when the sun hit them (they're brown, with black stripes in the iris). 3 is my favorite number for many reasons, but primarily due to the Trinity of the Godhead (Father, Son, Holy Spirit).
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(Oh what fond memories!)
- Mr Gote
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- Name: Bill
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- short fuse
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now my brother got the name Dirty Bird from a trucker he talked to all the time when he was a mechanic. he went by hawk,our last name.The driver saw him out one day after he had gotten off work and took to calling him Dirty Bird!It just stuck after that!
They call my dad Wild Bill,apparently he liked to use the Georgia overdrive in his younger days!!
"What the f**k?" you may think ! I'm also interested in guns, sailing, radios (obviously) and conservative politics. My politics are completely in synch with the great men who founded this nation of ours, but for that I would be called a far-Right-wing fringe lunatic in today's political climate.
I like "Choirboy" because it keeps people wondering. I could have chosen "Sailorboy" for the same effect....
NO GOOD BUDDIES HERE!
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- Location: Cajun Transplanted To Indiana
Oh, and a girl said she liked the way it sounded better than my old handle. Need I say more?
SWP SR RCI2950dx +TB +echo(A++)
SWP SR General Lee(A+) VarTB +10 pts
I've tried Galaxy 4 times (regretted every one)
DAVEMADE 3pill(A+) solid
FATBOY 3pill(A) almost a DaveMade
RK 56(A+) full sound, cords fail allot
Astatic 636L(A) best value, hold it against DaveMade!
Astatic D104M6(A) tinny, not noise cancelling
Shure 577b(A) only if you have a very hot radio, very low audio
SkyThumper ST-65DX(B) high energy, but junky sounding
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I use 229 for numbers, as that was my first Unit in the military...229th Signal Company, Camp Carroll, based in Waegwan, South Korea.
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- Name: James W
- Cell Phone: (208) 845-0004
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Well, I got started due to one of my high school buddies, Coast to Coast, getting a CB Radio. Got my first radio, a Cobra 19 Plus, with a Radio Shack Magmount. One of the days after he told me I needed a handle. I asked him, "What is a handle?". He told me that it was a nickname. I started with suggestions... like: Ranger, Nightrider, Spuddy. All my friend thought that these were stupid suggestions.... and told me that I was just a F'n Bozo. I just told him that would work for me, and have been a Bozo since. I have went by alliases like, "The Lazy Boy Mobile", "Mr. Couch Potato", and my favorite... "Mother Nature's Pimp".
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My handle is self explanatory. It is really probably known Worldwide as people send me email from as far as Scotland, Austraila, and Hawaii. They tell me they hear me Broadcasting on the The Super Bowl. Its really amazing what Mother Nature will allow you to do.
187------This is the Universal Police Code for Homicide, Murder,
and Intentional Death.
Outlaw-----An Outlaw is a person who does what he wants, takes
what he wants, and doesn't care who gets hurt or
killed in the process.
Now when you put the two words together in the CB Radio Wars it means this, When I key that *Censored* down on my Northeast Corner Test Dummies with my East Coast Amplifiers, I am commiting Mudduck Murder on these So Called Superstar Wanna Be's. It's Nothing they can do about it except take whatever punishment I feel like dishing out to them at that particular time. I've been doing it for years now, Seems like one of them would step up to the challenge that I present them and take me out! Not in this lifetime, Probably not in the next life either.
The boys in the Northeast Corner talk a lot of Smack on how bad they are and what they can or what they gonna do. Talk is cheap, just like their mudduck radio equipment. The boys should bring it to me, Just don't sing it to me. I am out there always, very easy to find, Your future is really going to be just like your past, a failure! You couldn't get the job done before, and you certainly won't get it done during this next DX Cycle, in about 5 years, which for some of you will be your last, Because you won't be here when the next Cycle comes along in about 20 years.
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Hey Rusty Runner:Rusty Runner wrote:When I first got in to Radio I had a car that was rusty. So Rusty Runner was born :D
Are you in the Twin Cities Metro ? Good to see more posters from Minnesota on the forum.
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- Name: Junior
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When I got to Norfolk, my first duty station there (sold my radio setup that I had before I left for boot camp), I got another radio setup after I had just went to see the executive officer for some BS call (yeah still bitter about it in a way) due to "dereliction of duty". So, derelict is my handle, I spell it diralect to add to the humor of that day. For those familiar with seeing the executive officer, it got tossed out at the XO, didnt have to see the old man.
Wish I had a more interesting story lol.. but thats it.
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