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post #196 of 588
Koji, could you please explain the name Thracozaag? If it's somehow obvious, it's been flying right over my head.
post #197 of 588
No problem (it's been explained before here, I think)--friend of mine needed a cool name for a jewel thief from Amsterdam.
Imagine my surprise to see it show up as an intergalactic villain in the Tick (although I believe they spell it "thrakorzog" or something).

koji
post #198 of 588
Quote:
Originally Posted by Étienne
My avatar is, of course, a picture of myself. I chose it because I am narcissistic.
me too.
post #199 of 588
Quote:
Originally Posted by Thracozaag
No problem (it's been explained before here, I think)--friend of mine needed a cool name for a jewel thief from Amsterdam.
Imagine my surprise to see it show up as an intergalactic villain in the Tick (although I believe they spell it "thrakorzog" or something).

koji

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, as they say. Cool story. Thanks for the explanation.
post #200 of 588
Previous avatar:
Bryan Ferry



Current avatar:
Bryan Ferry

post #201 of 588
Mine is my fave photo of 60s era Michael Caine. Kinda looks like Clooney in the pic, but I dig the action shot of one of my sartorial icons.
post #202 of 588
me on my chaly
post #203 of 588
Ferris Bueller: "Life moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it."

The thread about what celebrities we look like inspired me to use Bueller as I often hear from people that I look like him, well Matthew Broderick really but everyons seems to remember him best as Ferris. I also liked that movie a great deal when it came out. Love the tagline: Leisure Rules!
post #204 of 588
Its the Tokyo Slim symbol I made for a T-shirt.
post #205 of 588
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Its the Tokyo Slim symbol I made for a T-shirt.

It reminds me of the flag of the Imperial Japanese navy during the war -- probably my favorite flag design ever, but rendered as a bullet hole with a blood spatter.

I hope I don't accidentally cross paths with you in a dark alley somewhere.
post #206 of 588
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Originally Posted by Nantucket Red
It reminds me of the flag of the Imperial Japanese navy during the war -- probably my favorite flag design ever, but rendered as a bullet hole with a blood spatter. I hope I don't accidentally cross paths with you in a dark alley somewhere.
That is exactly what it is supposed to look like. Don't worry, I try not to kill white people, It's much harder to get away with.
post #207 of 588
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
That is exactly what it is supposed to look like.



Don't worry, I try not to kill white people, It's much harder to get away with.

Well, damn, right again!

Thanks for the reassurance. I feel safer already!
post #208 of 588
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Its the Tokyo Slim symbol I made for a T-shirt.

Slim,

Loving that avatar! Nice design; it would make a killer tattoo.
post #209 of 588
I don't generally go for this, but what the hell. Mine's Batou and Gabriel, from Innocence. Specifically, it's from a particularly well done background image.
post #210 of 588
I have since changed my avatar to a line-rendering of the SGI logo.

Jon.
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