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I used to race motocross on a dirt bike. My last name is Wekenborg. Wekracer
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I drove school bus for 25 years, and my bus kids always called me Driverdan-as did all my co-workers at the bus garage...Dan Nickels
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ray54 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Mar 2020 at 1:50pm
Parents named me Raymond. There where a number of Raymond's in the neighborhood that all went by Ray. So my family always used Raymond. But the world being what it is and people short cutting,I became Ray. Just not worth the trouble Wink to be Raymond all the time.


I started this internet journey on a site that had Ray and my most used tractor model taken so I tried a different number and here I am.  Proves I have very little imagination to come up with a clever name. Did not want to confuse Confused(very easy to do LOL ) myself or get mixed up where I was and have used the same name on all the places on the net.
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Forgive me if this offends, but you reminded me of this old chestnut...Wink




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One of my hobbies is flying airplanes.  I owned a Cessna when I created the ID way back when.
An optimist sees the glass as half full. The pessimist sees the glass as half empty. The engineer sees a glass with double the required capacity.
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What a great question!

I received a Russian Mosin 9130 rifle as a wedding present from my parents back in college. I’ve collected quite a few WWII/Cold War surplus guns since then but the Mosin is my cherished piece. When I joined this Forum after my Dad passed away, the Mosin was the first thing that came to mind to remember him. 
I like to see the size of the slug before I step on him...Hannibal Smith
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Pretty simple..........Tim Miller and live in NC
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Originally posted by Steve A Steve A wrote:

I worked for--now retired from--Michigan DNR, who logistically divided the state into 3 areas: SLP (southern lower peninsula) NLP (northern lower peninsula) and U.P. At the time I was in the NLP.


What town in the northern lower peninsula?
8030 and 8050MFWD, 7580, 3 6080's, 160, 7060, 175, heirloom D17, Deere 8760
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I got the largest by far Allis fleet in Victory twp of Mason County Michigan. Hence VictoryAllis. My township got its name from the north’s Victory in the civil war.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Red Bank Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 30 Mar 2020 at 8:52pm
Originally posted by victoryallis victoryallis wrote:

I got the largest by far Allis fleet in Victory twp of Mason County Michigan. Hence VictoryAllis. My township got its name from the north’s Victory in the civil war.
I had been wondering for awhile how you came up with that! Thank you for posting
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