For instance I could make my Hub name:
If your name is too long, use a nickname or use someone else's name (even make up something from the previous poster's name )
My hubname is an Acronym, of sorts
by mrnasir 4 years ago
by Edward Zhang 9 months ago
Does it really kill your car battery to jump someone else's car?I heard that you may be doing harm to your own car's battery by helping someone jump start their car. Is this true? Why would that be the case?
by Pr0metheus 8 years ago
Someone started this thread a while back and it died pretty quickly, because of some rules that shouldn't have been there.Rules of the game:1. Try not to re-use any celebrities that YOU have already used (or that have been used in the last 2 pages).2. Anybody famous is fair game - bands, DJs,...
by bburns_78 7 years ago
WHAT IS THE MOVIE WITH THE BOY WHO IS A ROBOT AND STEALS A JET? iT TOOK PLACE IN THE 80S.hIS NAME WAS LIKE AN ACRONYM AND HE PLAYED POLE POSITION LIKE A PRO.
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