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Title: Names
Post by: BonzaiJoe on October 30, 2002, 11:37:25 PM
JTK, KHR, CAP, LQR, CMG, CTG, SDK, MFT, PCK.... What's with all those 3-letter abbreviations?
Title: Names
Post by: CTG on October 31, 2002, 12:57:53 AM
Are you really interested in this? Well then I tell you: CTG means a very unmodest thing but contains another 3-letter-word. The original one: CAX The God I used this name for a joke in the secondary school when we (Akoss, Usrin and me) played Stunts. It's obvious that I was far the worst driver...  :evil:
Title: Names
Post by: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on November 04, 2002, 01:54:08 PM
And why are you Bonzai Joe and what does 'Bonzai' mean? And why is Alan Rotoi Alan Rotoi and what does 'Rotoi' mean? And why is Krys Toff Krys Toff, why is Usrin Usrin? Why is Duke Bismarck Duke Bismarck? What does 'Argammon' mean? Why is pArAnO pArAnO? They are more mystical for me!
Maybe we only know the origin of Zak's and Inavoeg's name.
And why am I Akoss Poo?
Title: Names
Post by: CTG on November 04, 2002, 09:21:11 PM
Bonzai means in the japanese language: "Live for 1000 years!"  :)
Title: BonzaiJoe
Post by: BonzaiJoe on November 05, 2002, 04:09:15 PM
I didn't know that :D I am Bonzai Joe because once upon a time when I was 10 years old, I wrote a story in which there was a character called Bonzai Joe (just called so because I thought it sounded cool) and then some months later, I started calling my self Bonzai Joe on the scoreboard when I raced with ManOnMoon. Now I am just Bonzai Joe because I am so used to it that I won't take another name. I don't think it's a particularly great name... the greatest name here is of course Zak McKracken.
By the way, we also know the origin of Roy's name (his real name) and of Alain's name (same thing). Mingva is probably a strange anagram/abbreviation of Mindaugas Gvozdas, and Krys Toff is a different way of spelling "Christophe". But the others I don't know... Parano must have something to do with Paranoya, and Duke Bismarck was a german (Preussian)... duke... in late 1800's/early 1900's. He slaughtered the danes in 1864.
Title: Akoss Poo
Post by: Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister on November 07, 2002, 06:29:15 PM
Well, I think it's time to tell ya why I am Akoss Poo.
But first I want to say that 'Bonzai Joe' really sounds cool and it's the best name there because it's original, no more Bonzai Joes on the world, it's the result of your own fantasy. But 'Alan Rotoi' and 'Sneller dan Ben' also sounds cool. :D
Well, my first name is '?kos' and in 1997 when I played Network Q Rally (it is an excellent computer game) I started to write my name onto the scoreboard 'Akoos' because 'Akos' sounded too simple.
A friend of mine is called 'Gunnar' or just shortly 'Gu', another is called 'B?l?' or just 'Bu'. A third friend of mine was started to give such names to us in 1998, he said let me be 'Pu'. Well, I didn't liked it, but he and Gu did, and my sister especially, so I got used to this name. But I said let it be written with two 'o'-s, so it became 'Poo'. It was in 1998. I started to use the two names together: 'Akoos Poo'. (In 1999 we formed a gang - it is rather a group of friends, not gangsta people, but we call it a gang - and the members are: Gu, Loo, Bu and Poo... well, we weren't and aren't proud of these names but we sometimes use it.)
In March 2000 I started to take part in Stunts competitions as 'Akoos Poo'. It can be seen on the site of the Swedish Stunts Championship, which is reachable from the Meganium site.
In April 2000 I started to be bored with 'Akoos' and I changed it to 'Akoss'. And the final form of my name was born: 'Akoss Poo'. It's a little bit complicated, but there was no other (shorter) way to tell you these. :?
We are still seeking for the origin of the others' name.

Policemen, gypsies, keep on killing each other!!! :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
Title: my name
Post by: zaqrack on November 07, 2002, 07:01:17 PM
OK, well you asked for it...

so. I was 13 years old, and in the school we started to make small gropus as usual in that age. We formed a "family" with some friends, it was the Mustafa family. And it was a habit to give ourselves loooong names.
Mine was:

Mustafa Fitoska Tivadar B?lajos?d?nguszt?vazul?szl?luk?csongortaksony

why this one?
guess you know why Mustafa.
Fitoska because when we learned pascal on comp.programming lesson, everyone had a file noname00.pas, but mine was fitoska.pas, so it stuck on me. :)
Tivadar is my chosen favourite name.
And the long one is the putting together of 9 not so common, funny-sounding Hungarian names: B?la, Lajos, ?d?n, Guszt?v, Vazul, Ul?szl?, Luk?cs, Csongor, Taksony.

So, and we were in quite a revolutionary age, so we did some small graffittis in the school & publis transport. So I needed a tag, which was MFT from Mustafa Fitoska Tivadar.

That's how MFT was born. I used it for some years, in computr games, from 1997 on fidonet and shadownet (you may not know these, they were old BBS and remote-based mailing networks, when Internet wasn't so well-known yet, and then I used it from 1998 on the net too.
In 1999 I had enough of it, because it was too short, and we played one day with some friends on IRC, that we took some favourite game character names on us, and spoke as we were them.
When I arrived to Zak McKracken, I just felt that I won't change it anymore. It stayed so, but I also needed a shorter version of it, it was
ZakKrack first, but then I changed to Zaqrack, which is pronounced almost the same, but sounds also more unique.

Now here we are. :)
Zak
Title: Gabba Gabba Hey
Post by: Shoegazing Leo on November 14, 2002, 03:17:39 PM
Leo Ramone don't need explications. Sure?

I'ts funny to see CAP and Parano in the same team...
CAP is too the abreviacture of Clube Atl?tico Paranaense and Parano looks alike Paran?, a rival of Atl?tico Paranaense. The two soccer teams are 2 of 3 professional great teams of my city... The other one is Coritiba (also called Coxa). Exists a player called Corisco or Coxa... They can create a team called "Los Tres Inimigos"... :lol:
Title: para, para.... parano!!!!
Post by: alanrotoi on November 14, 2002, 04:04:24 PM
But now Leo, Parano is a MeganiuM Team traineer... errr I mean member!!

(personal joke)  :wink:  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
Title: Names
Post by: CTG on November 19, 2002, 12:15:46 AM
And what about your name Alan? We are interested in this question?
Title: Origin of Alan Rotoi
Post by: alanrotoi on November 19, 2002, 06:16:18 AM
This story is very funny so pay attention ;) (and sorry for my bad english)

The Story starts 10 years ago, when I go out with my dog Alan (a beatiful brown German Shepherd) to do that they do in the trees  :D  , piss and another things.

All was ok so I didn't pay atention to him. And when I see him, he started to piss, not in a tree exactly, he started to do it almost in the front door of a neighbor. So I pulled the strap trying to stop that mess. I couldn't but in the ground he left some strange marks. It was "written" a word: rotoi. So I assumed that he chose his own name and I started to call him Alan and as a last name Rotoi, then Alan Rotoi.

I used Rotoi as nickname in internet almost from the beginning (1998)

He born the 5 of may of 1988 in Monte a small town of Provincia de Buenos Aires, Argentina with 8 little dogs more. 45 days after that my uncle brought us a little dog and we called him Alan.
He died the 20 of October of 2001 and from that moment he will be on my heart forever and ever.  He was with us 13 years, and it's more than the half of my life. I only have a lot of memories and some pictures. He lived as a king here, you can't imagine how we loved him, my family and friends. I still miss him and sure I will all my life. :cry:

SO!... It isn't a sad story! :D  :D  :lol:  :lol:  I started to use the nick alanrotoi more or less from the beginning of 2001 and I edited some pictures with my body and the head of Alan and now that being (we) is called Alan Rotoi.
Title: Names
Post by: CTG on November 19, 2002, 10:11:10 PM
Nice story! Anyway I have the same kind of dog called 'Lady' so I will never use her name in the championship...  :D
Title: Nicknames
Post by: Krys TOFF on November 24, 2002, 11:51:27 PM
BJ is right, Krys Toff means Christophe (my 1st name).
I changed the way it's written because old games limited names to 8 letters only (due to filename length, u know that of course).

First, i wrote it ChrisTof.
Then KrysTof to be more original.
And then KrysToff because i encountered someone (a Hungarian guy if my memory is correct) which real 1st name was Krystof and i wanted a unique nickname.

Sorry, but there's no wonderful story like BJ or Alan's. :lol:
Title: Names
Post by: zaqrack on November 25, 2002, 08:33:18 AM
yep Christophe = Kristof in Hungarian, so Krystof must be a common name here. :)
Title: Re: Gabba Gabba Hey
Post by: pArAnO on November 25, 2002, 08:47:22 PM
Quote from: "Leo Ramone"
Leo Ramone don't need explications. Sure?

I'ts funny to see CAP and Parano in the same team...
CAP is too the abreviacture of Clube Atl?tico Paranaense and Parano looks alike Paran?, a rival of Atl?tico Paranaense. The two soccer teams are 2 of 3 professional great teams of my city... The other one is Coritiba (also called Coxa). Exists a player called Corisco or Coxa... They can create a team called "Los Tres Inimigos"... :lol:


uh! ok ;)
Title: Names
Post by: Mingva on January 29, 2005, 03:11:47 PM
Our names...  :D  ...with the meaning of Bonzai Joe  :wink:
Title: Names
Post by: CTG on January 29, 2005, 03:23:00 PM
And what about Argammon's, Gutix's and Diesel Joe's name? :)
Title: Names
Post by: Krys TOFF on January 30, 2005, 01:18:43 AM
And what about Dark Chaser, AbuRaf or Paleke's nick too :?:
Title: Names
Post by: DieselJoe on January 30, 2005, 01:02:41 PM
My name...
One might think it would have something to do with the car I drive. But that's not the reaseon. Well, we had a Citroen AX for some years, and I liked it (we had to give it away some weeks ago, after 250.000 km it didn't want anymore :cry:), but at the time when my nickname was created, I didn't even think about REAL car driving :lol:.
Name's origin unfortunately is no real interesting one. It was at the time, when some friends and me began to play some games via LAN or Internet. We brought 3 computers onto the attic of one us us and then we played games, favourite ones were GTA and Team Fortress Classic. Sometimes we played online with 2 PCs via ONE 56K-connection! :lol: Aaargh, our TFC clan REALLY sucked! :mrgreen:
This was the time where I was searching for a nickname. I changed very often at the beginning, but I don't know them anymore. Only one of them: FarmerTed! :lol: Some of you might remember something now... FarmerTed? DieselJoe? Yes, it were names of some of the enemies in another nice racing game, Death Rally! There was a time when we played it pretty often,  I simply liked the names and chose them for me.

DieselJoe survived among all the others. :)
Title: Names
Post by: JTK on August 29, 2005, 04:42:13 PM
JTK - two things to say about my nick:

1. In former times when I was young (old JTK sais) in high scores you could only type in three letters. So on a besoin d'un three-letter-name.
2. I always liked a very special captain of a very special space ship called "Enterprise"...  :-D

Nowadays especially in the www JTK is a very common name so I only but still use it for games. My other nick I normally use in the internet is Okatjerute.




P.S.: Zak, could you please post a voice file containg "Mustafa Fitoska Tivadar B?lajos?d?nguszt?vazul?szl?luk?csongortaksony"?  :shock:
Title: Names
Post by: alanrotoi on August 29, 2005, 08:27:54 PM
Aburaf's nick is something like:

Abu = Abuelo = Grandfather
Raf = Rafaela = a city from Argentina
70 = Age
Title: Names
Post by: Gutix on August 30, 2005, 04:04:49 AM
Quote from: "CTG"
And what about Argammon's, Gutix's and Diesel Joe's name? :)


An insane friend of mine  :-D puts me the nick "guti", and then my friends starts to call me like this. The "X" marks the treasure :shock:
Title: Names
Post by: Krys TOFF on August 30, 2005, 09:14:11 AM
Quote from: "Gutix"
An insane friend of mine  :-D

Why do I think this friend is El Portador de Luz ?

Quote from: "Gutix"
The "X" marks the treasure :shock:

I always knew that you're a X-Man.
(http://www.marvelmagic.com/Finals/X-Man.jpg)
Title: Names
Post by: Usrin on August 30, 2005, 10:18:10 AM
My nickname comes from Uhrin, my family name. Once in the dormitory of grammar school, my roommates talked about Nostradamus who predicted the whole further history of mankind in the Middle Ages. As they said, he had only one mistake: he wrote the name of Hitler as "Histler" or "Hisler". I never believed in such things, so I asked if he had predictions about a Slovak dictator called "Usrin" (which would have meant me) - and this name (easier to spell than Uhrin) has stuck to me.
Title: Names
Post by: BonzaiJoe on August 31, 2005, 07:37:47 PM
Lol, Nostradamus didn't predict anything :D I think the "Histler" thing was not his only mistake, but maybe the only time he came closer to guessing the name of an important person :)
Title: Names
Post by: Usrin on August 31, 2005, 10:13:39 PM
My roommates also said that Nostradamus "predicted" the end of the world, what would have had to happen in 1999. (I've got my nickname in the schoolyear 1997/98.) :-)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on June 15, 2007, 07:37:11 PM
What is L in Mark L. Rivers? :)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: DieselJoe on June 15, 2007, 07:49:12 PM
L? Italy? Luigi! ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on June 15, 2007, 07:58:35 PM
L? Italy? Luigi! ;D

LOL, I thought the same thing. ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Mark L. Rivers on June 15, 2007, 09:34:28 PM
What is L in Mark L. Rivers? :)

It's not "Luigi"...  :D   even if it would be not very bad "Mark Lewis (equivalent for Luigi) Rivers", above all after last F1 results...  :)

Anyway, "L" it's not an initial of a proper name...
OK, I said yet too much...  ;)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on June 19, 2007, 05:55:21 AM
So Mark didn't make it clear... What is he hiding? ???
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on June 19, 2007, 09:54:58 AM
I have a tip... (I'll tell via MSN)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Krys TOFF on June 19, 2007, 11:15:40 AM
Quote from: Mark L. Rivers
Quote from: CTG
What is L in Mark L. Rivers? :)
"L" it's not an initial of a proper name...
L for left-writer man ? ::)
L for loser (motivating insult) ? :P
L for lucky (especially with indy powergear) ? ;)
L for Leo Ramone (damn ! Leo knows how to manage manual gears now ?) ? :o
L for liar (so you're not Italian, you are another CTG's ghost) ? ;D
L for Lucy or any other woman name starting with an L (because you're a woman and Mark is the name of your brother/father/lover) ? :D
L for libero (your website url is http://digilander.libero.it/stunts.SDR) ? :)
...
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on June 19, 2007, 04:55:06 PM
L like Al (il professore)? :)

L like Lupuszka? ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Mark L. Rivers on June 19, 2007, 06:15:10 PM
Quote from: Mark L. Rivers
Quote from: CTG
What is L in Mark L. Rivers? :)
"L" it's not an initial of a proper name...
L for lucky (especially with indy powergear) ? ;)
L for Leo Ramone (damn ! Leo knows how to manage manual gears now ?) ? :o
L for Lucy or any other woman name starting with an L (because you're a woman and Mark is the name of your brother/father/lover) ? :D
...

 :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on September 09, 2008, 12:19:48 AM
What about Duplode, Antti, dstein?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: dstien on September 09, 2008, 01:51:01 AM
What about Duplode, Antti, dstein?
Mine isn't very exciting, it's just an abbreviation of my real name. I used to have a unique nick with a thrilling back-story, but abandoned it as the Internet became mainstream and I found myself having to explain and spell it in awkward social situations.

Antti is a very common Finnish male name, but with all the uncertainty and doubt surrounding Stunts scoreboard entries thanks to certain community members, nobody knows if he's real. :)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Krys TOFF on September 09, 2008, 09:33:48 AM
dstien = D. Stein or Dr Stein, creator of the famous monster. ;D

Helloween - Dr Stein (from "Keeper of the 7 keys" part 2 album, good old days when Kay Hansen was a key member of the band)

Dr. Stein grows funny creatures
Lets them run into the night
They become great politicians
And their time is right


(http://www.helloween.org/uploads/pics/1988_drstein_250px.jpg)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Duplode on September 09, 2008, 05:05:44 PM
Mine isn't very exciting, it's just an abbreviation of my real name. I used to have a unique nick with a thrilling back-story, but abandoned it as the Internet became mainstream and I found myself having to explain and spell it in awkward social situations.

Antti is a very common Finnish male name, but with all the uncertainty and doubt surrounding Stunts scoreboard entries thanks to certain community members, nobody knows if he's real. :)

It wouldn't be Yallis (http://forum.stunts.hu/index.php?topic=758.msg35845#msg35845), would it? :)

What about Duplode, Antti, dstein?

Mine is not too complicated either. Like all of my nicks, it comes from the one "unique" characteristic of my real name:
Daniel David Mlot Pinheiro
As you can see, it's a double-D name. In fact, "Double D" or just "Double" is my current general-use nickname. Anyway, "double D" becomes "duplo dê" in Portuguese. From there to "Duplode" is a simple step, and that's how my online nick was created long before ZakStunts even existed... the only subtlety is that "Duplode" is not supposed to be pronounced like "duplo dê" in Portuguese (stress in the "dê"), but rather with stress on the "plo" - so that the connection is not immediately obvious :)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on September 10, 2008, 12:38:09 AM
Mine is not too complicated either. Like all of my nicks, it comes from the one "unique" characteristic of my real name:
Daniel David Mlot Pinheiro
As you can see, it's a double-D name. In fact, "Double D" or just "Double" is my current general-use nickname. Anyway, "double D" becomes "duplo dê" in Portuguese. From there to "Duplode" is a simple step, and that's how my online nick was created long before ZakStunts even existed... the only subtlety is that "Duplode" is not supposed to be pronounced like "duplo dê" in Portuguese (stress in the "dê"), but rather with stress on the "plo" - so that the connection is not immediately obvious :)
So... Duplóyi!  (for Spanish speakers) ;)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Duplode on September 11, 2008, 07:13:33 AM
So... Duplóyi!  (for Spanish speakers) ;)

Yep, with an open "o", indeed. And that pronunciation sounds cool  :)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on September 11, 2008, 04:15:19 PM
Zak, is there a way to attach voice files, so we can post the correct pronounciation of our names?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: zaqrack on September 11, 2008, 04:29:01 PM
yes, I just authorized attaching mp3 and wav. Hope it'll be enough.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on September 11, 2008, 04:49:59 PM
yes, I just authorized attaching mp3 and wav. Hope it'll be enough.
Thanks! I'll send mine as soon as I get home (I'm in my girlfriends PC and she doesn't have a mic here). Hope you all do the same, I really like to hear people's accents from around the world.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Duplode on September 11, 2008, 06:16:52 PM
Great idea Chulk! I am curious to hear everyone else too... there you have my soundbite  :)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: lised on September 11, 2008, 11:21:10 PM
I really don't know how to do this...but I guess most of you know how to say my name :D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on September 12, 2008, 08:03:11 AM
but I guess most of you know how to say my name :D

Yes, we say your name in a horny way... ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: BonzaiJoe on September 12, 2008, 02:19:57 PM
I would like to hear a sound recording of you saying Lise's name in a horny way  :D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on September 12, 2008, 02:34:58 PM
I would like to hear a sound recording of you saying Lise's name in a horny way  :D

Saying Lise when jerking off? ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: zaqrack on September 12, 2008, 03:22:04 PM
and here I am... :)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on September 12, 2008, 03:38:15 PM
And here I am - not my name but still worth to listen.  ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: lised on September 12, 2008, 10:53:22 PM
I would like to hear a sound recording of you saying Lise's name in a horny way  :D

Saying Lise when jerking off? ;D

Is that even possible?  ::)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on September 13, 2008, 12:05:15 AM
Great idea Chulk! I am curious to hear everyone else too... there you have my soundbite  :)
WOW!  :o You sound so much older than you are!
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on September 13, 2008, 12:15:49 AM
And here I am - not my name but still worth to listen.  ;D
I was expecting a jerking off Lise, considering how the topic reply's came.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on September 13, 2008, 12:42:46 AM
And here I am - not my name but still worth to listen.  ;D
I was expecting a jerking off Lise, considering how the topic reply's came.

I wonder how many people listened it at the workplace. ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: BonzaiJoe on September 13, 2008, 01:12:00 AM
Here's my name!

Nice file, CTG
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on September 13, 2008, 01:51:49 AM
Here's my name!

Erm... where? :D

Bonzájdzsó
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Duplode on September 14, 2008, 03:37:45 AM
Great idea Chulk! I am curious to hear everyone else too... there you have my soundbite  :)
WOW!  :o You sound so much older than you are!

Interesting comment -  sometimes even I get surprised by realizing my voice has a far lower pitch than I imagine it to have. But at least it's not murky or tremulous on this record as it often tends to appear on the (rare) occasions I get to listen to my on voice.  :D

And here I am - not my name but still worth to listen.  ;D

Not your name - a sound signature?  ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on September 14, 2008, 09:50:45 PM
And here I am - not my name but still worth to listen.  ;D

Not your name - a sound signature?  ;D

Nope, but that's what we call a nice böff! ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on September 17, 2008, 10:50:40 PM
Ich ben Chulk!

PS: A little surprise for KT
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on March 07, 2013, 09:44:26 AM
Friker? dreadnaut?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Friker on March 07, 2013, 12:52:59 PM
Friker? dreadnaut?

My nickname is pronounced as "fricker". My name is Viktor. In Slovakia we have also a girl name Viktória. Viki is a common abbrevation of Viktória but my mother used to call me Viki. So my schoolmates started to call me Viki. Later, they realized I often pronounce "f" instead of "v", so my nick was changed to "Fiki" (also a tourney in.. a game very similar to gomoku helps to the "Fiki" nickname). Well - "fika?" is not so common but used as "to f*ck". "Fika?" - the one who is f*cking etc. So I changed my nickname to Friker, not aware of german "ficken" or english "freaky". :) English "freaky" suits me well. I am both horny and wierd in real life. :) My voice sounds funny and records terrible so I do not append a sound file.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on March 07, 2013, 12:56:26 PM
So the "Freaker" wasn't that far from the truth. :D

Btw "fika" means snot (from the nose :D) in Hungarian.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Friker on March 07, 2013, 01:06:08 PM
So the "Freaker" wasn't that far from the truth. :D

Btw "fika" means snot (from the nose :D) in Hungarian.

yes - Freaker is a common alternative to Friker. :)

I wrote "fikac" :-/ - c with a caron. funny note about a caron - it is "há?ek" in Czech, also in English (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caron) (a thing you put your jacket on), but in Slovak it is "mäk?e? (http://sk.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A4k%C4%8De%C5%88)" (makcen) (a thing that soften)
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on March 07, 2013, 01:11:23 PM
All I remember from Slovakian language is "Televizia Markiza uvadza epizodu zo serialu Akty X" or something like that. :D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on February 10, 2015, 08:07:12 PM
Now let's hear Marco with German-Swedish accent! ;D
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Shoegazing Leo on February 10, 2015, 11:26:35 PM
Marco will needs a video, because italians speaks with the hands too.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Chulk on February 11, 2015, 06:59:48 AM
Marco will needs a video, because italians speaks with the hands too.
Which made me think about the following:
Did we ever have a deaf mute pipsqueak?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on February 11, 2015, 08:35:35 AM
Marco will needs a video, because italians speaks with the hands too.
Which made me think about the following:
Did we ever have a deaf mute pipsqueak?

I think it's a rare condition in our age (maybe 1 or 2 from 10000), therefore it's not very likely.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on February 18, 2015, 01:22:16 PM
Marco will needs a video, because italians speaks with the hands too.
Which made me think about the following:
Did we ever have a deaf mute pipsqueak?

I think it's a rare condition in our age (maybe 1 or 2 from 10000), therefore it's not very likely.

But that reminded me on the fact that a legendary person of Stunts history - form pre-ZakStunts era - is (almost) blind. :-\
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Shoegazing Leo on February 18, 2015, 02:15:48 PM
Marco will needs a video, because italians speaks with the hands too.
Which made me think about the following:
Did we ever have a deaf mute pipsqueak?

I think it's a rare condition in our age (maybe 1 or 2 from 10000), therefore it's not very likely.

But that reminded me on the fact that a legendary person of Stunts history - form pre-ZakStunts era - is (almost) blind. :-\

Who?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on February 18, 2015, 02:27:53 PM
Marco will needs a video, because italians speaks with the hands too.
Which made me think about the following:
Did we ever have a deaf mute pipsqueak?

I think it's a rare condition in our age (maybe 1 or 2 from 10000), therefore it's not very likely.

But that reminded me on the fact that a legendary person of Stunts history - form pre-ZakStunts era - is (almost) blind. :-\

Who?

Lukas Loehrer

http://forum.stunts.hu/index.php?topic=1980.msg29411#msg29411
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Shoegazing Leo on February 18, 2015, 02:40:45 PM
Have he Retinitis pigmentosa or Glaucoma?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on February 18, 2015, 03:21:18 PM
Have he Retinitis pigmentosa or Glaucoma?

I don't know. JTK talked to Lukas several years ago - maybe he knows.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: zaqrack on February 18, 2015, 06:05:16 PM

Lukas Loehrer

http://forum.stunts.hu/index.php?topic=1980.msg29411#msg29411

I though you mean Neil McRae. I did not know about Lukas.
Title: Re: Names
Post by: alanrotoi on February 18, 2015, 06:11:34 PM
Me too. Lucas had the same problem?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: Shoegazing Leo on February 18, 2015, 06:18:36 PM
Me too. Lucas had the same problem?

Glaucoma?
Title: Re: Names
Post by: CTG on February 18, 2015, 06:45:25 PM
Nowadays, most of the vision problems can be associated to computers. The human eye wasn't designed for staring screens from 30-50 cm. ::)

(I have post-vitreous detachment in both of my eyes, manifested in severe amount of annoying eye floaters.)