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BuckBilly

admin needs to fix his name

Which way would you like to see admin's name  

13 members have voted

  1. 1. Which way would you like to see admin's name

    • ADMIN (all caps)
      3
    • BOSS BOY (How it should be!!!)
      10


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admin name is spelled in all lower case. Some other Mods and I think it should be all capitalized (ADMIN) or should be changed to BOSS BOY. Please voice you thoughts on this.

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BB, you left out "EL HEFE" in old english
MWKE and I out voted ya earlier, in the Mod section. I also forgot to add Mr.Belvedere to.

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MWKE and I out voted ya earlier, in the Mod section. I also forgot to add Mr.Belvedere to.

I see how it is... the ugly fat guys against the skinny good looking guy.:laugh:

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I see how it is... the ugly fat guys against the skinny good looking guy.:laugh:
I thought that was the skinny purdy Troll?:smilielol5c:

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NICE!!!!!!!!!!!

Next Question.....

WILL he Change after the Poll is closed:huh:

Most likely not, but we can razz the crap out of him any how.

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admin's new ride if he does not fix his name!!!:smilielol5c::smilielol5c::smilielol5c::smilielol5c::roflc::roflc:

Edited by BuckBilly

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One more day admin and you will have to change his name to BOSS BOY!!!!!! The members have spoken.:yes:

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I'm thinking this is gonna wind up like our government, the public speaks and the Pres. does what he wants. LOL
We will just have to send him someone named Bubba to help him drop the soap.:RANDY:

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Buckbilly---Bubba--Buckbilly--Bubba

We can make it work!

Case of beer and some viagra............

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I just want to say THANK YOU for all the attention. Unfortunately it would take too much coding right now, for me to change my username. It's tagged to posts and history here....Maybe down the road I will get creative and look into it, just don't have the time right now.

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OH thats a Buch of Crap!!!!! If your not gonna change it.....You will be punished.....:wink:
Could put it as a signature.

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