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SporkMaster

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Dont remember exactly where it came from but it had to do with a joke about if my friends and I had a private hunting club with a yearly contest to see who could shoot the biggest buck. But who ever shot the smallest deer would also get an award... the Sporkmaster award. they would be branded the SporkMaster. Idk really weird but thats where it came from. I just thought it was funny and couldnt think of anything else. Now im stuck with it.
 

Ism415

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Mine is from a nickname i got when i was 13
 

64ssking

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i got my handle from my car![video=youtube;lTQXDZ4s3dA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTQXDZ4s3dA[/video]
 

bozoph

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mine is from me shaving my head like bozo the clown as a child
 

henmar77

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part of first and middle name and then a random number.
 

P304X4

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My Air Force Specialty Code as a Combat Controller; P is for parachutist, X is skill level place holder, 304X4 was AFSC for ground radio maintenance.
 

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Check out the avatar. Family,hunting, and football.....the rest is just details........
 

carhex

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my name is hector carrillo I'm crazy about cars and I sell used car parts my business is called Carhex kind of fliped it my friends called me Hex in high school car un it works
 

D3-KVB

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No story behind mine...out of state military, hunt D3 area. I do know a few good spots for deer and turkey though! Car junkie too, maintain a 70 Cuda and 6.4L Ford.

Hex - got any trim for the old mopars?
 

juliervacca

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If you cannot switch lanes for any reason, various laws of physics are going to prevent the tailgater from driving through you. However, if you're matching speed with a vehicle beside you, perhaps you should consider slowing down and switching lanes. Defusing the dangerous situation is far more advantageous than bickering over the speed limit.
 

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First and last name x2 and than my old football number.

running backs carry the ball... Lineman carry the game.....
 

PFCUSMC1345

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Back in the day, I was a 1345-Heavy Equipment Operator in the Marine Corps. It is now my go to handle.
 

dunderee

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Mine was given to me as kid. By my friends because my favorite shirt was a crocodile dundee shirt. And my dad would come home with deer and I would talk about it. Some how they came up with dunderee and it stuck.. I like it..
 

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Stuttgart, Arkansas - This is where I was born and it's also where I got the fever for hunting. There is nothing like hunting mallards with friends and family in flooded timber! Everyone should try it at least once. Be forewarned though, the fever is contagious!
 

quailman

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Stuttgart, Arkansas - This is where I was born and it's also where I got the fever for hunting. There is nothing like hunting mallards with friends and family in flooded timber! Everyone should try it at least once. Be forewarned though, the fever is contagious!
I went to college at Grambling in north Louisiana a I know all about the flooded timber and baiting corn for deer best hunting and fishing in my life


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