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Back in 1960 I had a '56 Buick Century Convertible - a real girl magnet. I named it Moonlight Gambler from a song title. When I started CB I used that handle. Since then I fell in love with the Kenny Rogers song "The Gambler" and Texas Hold 'em and every handle since has something to do with the gamblin' moniker. For example in on line poker rooms I use lgambler - sometimes the 'l' is for 'lucky', but most times it's for 'loser'.
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I have been wondering about everyones screen names. Some seem obvious, some seem off the wall, some are funny...etc....etc.. How did you come up with them? What is the story behind that name?
I guess I will start. A year or so ago, I was looking for some different ways to prepare venison. I was on the computer searching for recipes for what seemed like weeks. I would tell my wife, check this recipe out.......hey how about this one..........this sounds good to.
After a few weeks of this she said "all you ever talk about is Deer Meat, Deer Meat, Deer Meat". During this internet searching period I stumbled across SMF and lurked in the background for a day or so and then decided to join. As I sat there thinking of a screen name, I recalled why I was here in the first place and started to laugh to myself about what my wife said about me and the Deer Meat. So that is when the light came on and the name DEER MEAT was born.
If you read this I hope you are still awake, sorry for the rambling.
I thought this might be an interesting thread.
One of my other hobbies is building old historic wooden ships. A Lazeretto was (one definition) a part of a ship used for quarantine or for detention.