SIGNATURES and AVATARS

Discussion in 'The Barracks' started by CTNana, Jun 6, 2007.

  1. Kitty

    Kitty Very Senior Member

    since I get paid on average £100 a MONTH forget it. (see what i did there? Didya?)
     
  2. Kyt

    Kyt Very Senior Member

    (see what i did there? Didya?)

    No :confused:











    .....:D
     
  3. Kitty

    Kitty Very Senior Member

    Pfft!
     
  4. Peter Clare

    Peter Clare Very Senior Member

    My Avatar is of Liberator MKI AM923 W/120.

    My signature are the words spoken by Lord Balfour of Inchrye at Biggin Hill in July 1947
     

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  5. CTNana

    CTNana Member Patron

    Thanks Peter I have searched high and low to find that poem.

    Sapper is the James Bond look-alike you?

    Adam is that Fester lurking on your avatar - and the quote from the Bible?

    I've shot myself in the foot haven't I. Now that I actually understand some of them, you are all going to change them? That said Kyt, Mr Pujji looks very handsome and distinguished (much nicer than two aeroplanes up to no good!!!)
    Regards to you all
    CTNana
     
  6. von Poop

    von Poop Adaministrator Admin

    :lol:
    Not far off.

    This week. I have mostly been bein'; 'The Great Beast', Aleister Crowley.
    Early 20th Century Occultist. 1875-1947.

    I have a longstanding fascination with the man going back to childhood. "Do what thou will." etc.... possibly not a very 'nice' chap but most entertainingly shot away nonetheless.
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    I'm sure he won't last, I tend to change it every few months.

    Cheers,
    Adam.
     
  7. Za Rodinu

    Za Rodinu Hot air manufacturer

    My avatar reflects my respect for the Red Army soldier. My signature is more on a tongue in cheek tone, showing Mr. Chavez making a fool of himself, and a John Wayne quote which I find amusing. It depends on my mood. ;)
     
  8. Kitty

    Kitty Very Senior Member

    I'm thinking of changing my avi for something silly. Any ideas?

    *Runs for cover*
     
  9. Kyt

    Kyt Very Senior Member

    You could use a picture of yourself :peepwalla:
     
  10. Kitty

    Kitty Very Senior Member

    dear god no! We want new members!
     
  11. vincestorm

    vincestorm Junior Member

    My avatar was chosen out of respect and admiration for the British Tommy, brave and courageous with a firm granite jaw! :ukflag[1]:
     
  12. Ron Goldstein

    Ron Goldstein WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran Patron

    Could I ask the "powers that be" to attach the 78 Div Flash (The Golden Battleaxe) to my own avatar?

    It was, after all, the flash that I wore between April 1943 and December 1944

    Many thanks

    Ron
     

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  13. Owen

    Owen -- --- -.. MOD

    Ron Is that OK?
    Maybe Adam can do it better, he has a better imagine editor than I have.
     
  14. Paul Reed

    Paul Reed Ubique

    Could I ask the "powers that be" to attach the 78 Div Flash (The Golden Battleaxe) to my own avatar?

    It was, after all, the flash that I wore between April 1943 and December 1944

    Many thanks

    Ron

    Ron - don't know if you are aware, but we have another 78th Div veteran on the forum 'Lustleighlad' who fought with 5th Northants 1943-44 until he was wounded at Faenza. He was active again recently; am sure he would like to hear from you.
     
  15. Ron Goldstein

    Ron Goldstein WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran Patron

    Owen
    Cor !!!!!!!, there's service for you !!!!!!
    Now all it wants is my original Avatar on the left hand side of the 78 Div Flash (to signify my latter role of a 4th Hussar man) and I will make no further demands :) :) :)
    Many thanks
    Ron
     
  16. Ron Goldstein

    Ron Goldstein WW2 Veteran WW2 Veteran Patron

    Ron - don't know if you are aware, but we have another 78th Div veteran on the forum 'Lustleighlad' who fought with 5th Northants 1943-44 until he was wounded at Faenza. He was active again recently; am sure he would like to hear from you.

    Paul

    Thanks for drawing my attention to "Lustleighlad"..... I have sent him a PM to introduce myself

    Ron
     
  17. Paul Reed

    Paul Reed Ubique

  18. Christos

    Christos Discharged

    My Avatar reflects my sincere, comsumate and BLOODY OVERWHELMING frustration that 90% of the so-called 'features' on my wonderful ansd expensive VISTA...I will never use in a million years...

    The day that I can walk into to my house, and just tell this bloody thing that which I wish it to do...that will be a great day. Site-users on my old website at silent hunter 4, used to say,...

    'You know you're hooked when you find yourself perched on the toilet and hollering "Tube no.1....FIRE!"....don't laugh, some of those guys actually had it set up like that...they were constantly "tweaking' both the game and their computers.....I struggled just to run a 'patch' or a modification....

    I'm not what you would probably call 'stupid', and I can absorb things very quickly, and spit them out after analysis just as fast....There is a lot I can do with words, and information...

    But THESE BLOODY COMPUTERS defy logic at timesa...built by GEEKS , so only other geeks will really understandf how they operate. I'm dead sure that this is some kind of social ostracism for everybody else...oh no, lets not make it simple at all, lets make it as unreachable as possible, and furthermore put in a bunch of twitty features that you never use, wouldn't know what they were for...and furthermore , lets design the software so that consumer twits like me have to keep up-dating the bloody thing.....
     
  19. Paul Reed

    Paul Reed Ubique

    I don't see any avatar Christos - or is that the point?!
     
  20. freebird

    freebird Senior Member

    My Signature in in memory of my Great Uncle, served on the HMS Dorsetshire. He wasn't able to get married before setting out on his last cruise, so he died without any heirs (or even a grave I believe). He was not much older than me ( he was early 40's) when he died.

    HMS Dorsetshire, County class heavy cruiser, was the ship that sunk the Bismarck (with some help from HMS Rodney, HMS King George V, & HMS Victorious!) Lost off Ceylon in 1942 with HMS Cornwall in the Japanese "Indian Ocean Raid"


    Lest we forget
     

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