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 Post subject: Re: how did you get your nickname
PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 6:32 pm 
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me???? Promotion???? That would be nice but in order to do that I would have to untick (edit) off a bunch of people!!! I dont think that I am that abrasive........but some people just dont like the truth.

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fivepointnine.....why it is the alcohol content of the best nector of the Gods...AKA Natural Ice!!! ....ok actually I hardly drink that nasty piddley-poo anymore, but back when I had just dropped out of college and was heavy into the BMX/skate scene back where Im from our crew was known as fivepointnine because we were all broke and that was all we could afford to drink, that eventually branched out into a short-lived clothing company.

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Well Dieselman.....I am a diesel nut. Every vehicle I own is diesel powered and to be honest I HATE gasoline and gas engines. Yes I know I love my KTM and its gas powered (no options right now) but it would be so much better if it were diesel powered.

I have a biz www.dieselgiant.com that I sell parts and DIY DVD's on how to fix, repair modify Mercedes, VW and Dodge diesel vehicles.

Yes when a diesel dirt bike comes out for the masses I will be riding it up and down trail 7 laying out a nice soot trail.... ::shocked::

Did I say I love diesel engines? ::duh::

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I gave it to myself. I am sick and tired of always having to work on everything I own: boat, truck, dirt bikes, street bikes, lawn mowers, generators, ....... I have found that KTMs require less time and maintenance than the other brands. The replacement parts are more expensive but seem to last longer.


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Dennis calls me Scoot. I think he just misspelled it once and hasn't gotten it right since ::smirk:: ::paranoia::

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 Post subject: Re: how did you get your nickname
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I gave my nickname to myself to remind me not to buy Japanese junk anymore. I am tired of working on bikes instead of riding. I now buy "KTMSonly".

625SXC and 300EXC.

Oops. I forgot I posted my reply weeks ago.


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ScottGreer wrote:
Dennis calls me Scoot. I think he just misspelled it once and hasn't gotten it right since ::smirk:: ::paranoia::

I know how to speeel Scooot...I call you that cause you ''scoot'' around ::smirk::

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ktmsonly wrote:
I gave my nickname to myself to remind me not to buy Japanese junk anymore. I am tired of working on bikes instead of riding. I now buy "KTMSonly".

625SXC and 300EXC.

Oops. I forgot I posted my reply weeks ago.

::rotf:: ::rotf:: ::rotf:: ::rotf:: ::rotf:: You so funnnny ::rotf:: ::rotf::

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" The No Show",sort of a rip off of " The O'Show". When I first started MX in the late eighties at nearly 30 I had a buddy who constantly dogged me about my finishes. One night at Thunder Creek after a moto he looked at me and said "There he is folks, no win,no place, no show". From that point on it just kind of stuck. I actually thought it was kind of cool even after I started going home with some trophies.


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I think mine has to do with graceful passing techniques... ::smirk::


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 Post subject: Re: how did you get your nickname
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I think mine has to do with graceful passing techniques... ::smirk::
I think you were the set-up guy on that tag team.

Sure is a lot easier to spell. ::up::

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