That was a bit like a LR rant. Minus cohesion, cutting wit and any semblance of an answer. I award you zero points.You gotta have a lot of goddamn nerve to start a thread like this and even more damn nerve to re-animate the endless waste of bytes 88 months after it was properly left for dead.
Nobody gives a rat’s patootie or an airborne fornicate why any of the attention whore cunts who frequent this place chose to hide behind the particular dipshit names they chose.
Haven’t you got anything better to do than… wait,,, stopping myself mid sentence…
I mean hell no!!
If you are wasting a moment of your time reading and responding to the totally composted former poorly constructed thoughts posted on this site, you do NOT have anything to do and therefore you sure as hell couldn’t have anything better to do.
So back to answering the OP.
Answer it yourself ya fucking two faced moron!!
You already know the answer!
And while you are at it, why don’t you tell everybody, “Exactly who gave me this name??”
Fuck off and DO NOT show us either of your septuagenarian girlfriend’s knee knockers.
What a fool idiotic thread!!!
Apparently a likeable snappy answer but my guess it was plain ol attention whoring. I mean no harm and nothing personal, really, but it sure seems like you work awfully hard getting attention on here. Then there's the socks including the teen female one.To make stupid people read them and complain.
You started off well and then went entirely off the tracks.Apparently a likeable snappy answer but my guess it was plain ol attention whoring. I mean no harm and nothing personal, really, but it sure seems like you work awfully hard on here.
My mom and dad.There are a ton of really clever names in use on SA.
This thread is just a cheap imitation of the original>>>
No. I don't think mine rates very high on any clever score but ...
My bet is there are more people than me who would love to know why you use what you use.
A friend gave me a really old Nautical Dictionary. It is about two inches thick and has all sorts of wierd( to me) old boating terms that actually are interesting enough to make me spend an occasional hour just reading the fool dictionary.
Gouvernail Compense ( with an accent on the final e) is the French term for a balanced rudder. That would be the kind of rudder with the post or pintles and gudgeons back a bit from the front so it is easier to sail with a strong helm.
I chose the name for posting in forums because it is nautical.
And of course my warped head thinks it means something.
helpful information for comprehending my original motives>>
I would use tangent dude because I am always off on a tangent but an old friend of mine calls his company Tangent Development Company and I feel it is his unofficially trademarked thing.
A gouvernail compense might try to steer the boat but it is easily caused to change the direction it is pushing things.
Like most of my communication, my intentions for choosing the name could easily be misinterpreted. Gouvernail could just as easily mean easily pushed the wrong way by even the most incompetent of skippers.
But what the hell. It is FRENCH and therefore somehow elegant..