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    At every single moment of one's life, one is going to be no less than what one has been
    ----------Oscar Wilde
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    ...Well, gosh, it's already happened. I am now septimus.

    ...I figured I ought not use my real name anymore for just posts--they're kinda by the seat of my pants and I want to make all my stalkers work a little to get to me...

    ..now the real question: who can guess the source of my new moniker?

    (p.s. Thanks for Miradu for the help!)
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    and you wonder how he got that high of a post count...
    -Michael Ducker
    TreoCentral Staff
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    Originally posted by miradu
    and you wonder how he got that high of a post count...
    Your Mom.
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    -thorin

    I have a webcomic. You should read it, or I may do something rash. <b><a href=http://driveby.keenspace.com/>Drive-by Loitering</a></b> is updated every monday, wednesday and friday.

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    Oh, god, NO! AAHHH! Maybe I should have vetted the name some more, a google search brought up a "Female fronted heavy metal band from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada"

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    If I wasn't so incredibly lazy, I would change my username from my real name to something clever.

    Some possible ideas:
    GOP2004
    InjureAllDemocrats (Don't worry, I won't use this!)
    HebrewDude
    Ichabod (Washburn University Mascot)
    2Good4You


    Any others?
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    i'd maybe think of
    "johnny law"

    "SniperNinja_12077@aol.com"
    -thorin

    I have a webcomic. You should read it, or I may do something rash. <b><a href=http://driveby.keenspace.com/>Drive-by Loitering</a></b> is updated every monday, wednesday and friday.

    <!img src=http://www.frontfly.com/myrouter/vcsig2.gif alt="Soundsgood is too elite for the punks."><img src=http://www.frontfly.com/vcsig.gif ><!img src=http://www.frontfly.com/myrouter/vcsig2.gif alt="Soundsgood is too elite for the punks.">
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    DietrichBohn,

    I am really surprised that you changed your name! You are like a fixture here...your name is a brand like Toby, ****-Richardson, ToolKit et als. Its going to take me a while to get used to this new Septimus moniker thingie sigh.
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    Originally posted by septimus
    ..now the real question: who can guess the source of my new moniker?
    The first name of a 19th century composer?

    Come to think of it, he looks a little like your current avatar...

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    Originally posted by septimus
    Oh, god, NO! AAHHH! Maybe I should have vetted the name some more, a google search brought up a "Female fronted heavy metal band from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada"

    Naw... you got the wrong band
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    Originally posted by septimus
    ..now the real question: who can guess the source of my new moniker?
    Roman Emporer from 193-211
    http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/13721a.htm
    Last edited by flips13; 04/09/2002 at 11:46 AM.
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    Oh, flips, such good effort! But sorry, not yet.... btw; my current avatar is me three-four years ago..

    yardie: when I was a kid, my sister changed her name from "Katie" to "Kate." I did not like it, either.
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    Originally posted by septimus
    ...Well, gosh, it's already happened. I am now septimus.
    Ahh...but are you _really_ septimus, or is that just something you want people to call you. Hmm...wonder if I should change my alias to ReverendToby now...
    ...I figured I ought not use my real name anymore for just posts--they're kinda by the seat of my pants and I want to make all my stalkers work a little to get to me...
    Bah. I say damn the torpedoes. Any internet stalker who tries to find me may wind up in "Southern Comfort II".
    ..now the real question: who can guess the source of my new moniker? [...]
    It's an anagram for what you most desire to be: Sumi's pet or *shudder* Imus's pet.
    ‎"Is that suck and salvage the Kevin Costner method?" - Chris Matthews on Hardball, July 6, 2010. Wonder if he's talking about his oil device or his movie career...
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    Originally posted by Toby
    Ahh...but are you _really_ septimus, or is that just something you want people to call you. Hmm...wonder if I should change my alias to ReverendToby now...

    I'm Sparticus! No, I'm Sparticus!

    "The bond between the signifier and the signified is arbitrary. Since I mean by sign the whole that results from the associating of hte signified with the signified, I can simply say: the linguistic sign is arbitrary"

    ...or so says Sassure. Is this the case with self-chosen names?
    It's an anagram for what you most desire to be: Sumi's pet or *shudder* Imus's pet.
    *shudder* is right, although I've never seen the guy. I didn't think it would be this hard to figure out. C'mon, I'm an *English* major...
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    Originally posted by septimus

    I'm Sparticus! No, I'm Sparticus!

    "The bond between the signifier and the signified is arbitrary. Since I mean by sign the whole that results from the associating of hte signified with the signified, I can simply say: the linguistic sign is arbitrary"

    ...or so says Sassure. Is this the case with self-chosen names?[/B]
    Ask Chaim Witz. Personally I would find it ironic if your namesake was the speaker of the following quote (especially since your reason for choosing seems to be 'lost anonymity'):
    You should no more grieve for the rest than for a buckle lost from your first shoe, or for your lesson book which will be lost when you are old. We shed as we pick up, like travellers who must carry everything in their arms, and what we let fall will be picked up by those behind. The procession is very long and life is very short. We die on the march. But there is nothing outside the march so nothing can be lost to it. The missing plays of Sophocles will turn up piece by piece, or be written again in another language.
    *shudder* is right, although I've never seen the guy. I didn't think it would be this hard to figure out. C'mon, I'm an *English* major...
    So was Sumi!
    ‎"Is that suck and salvage the Kevin Costner method?" - Chris Matthews on Hardball, July 6, 2010. Wonder if he's talking about his oil device or his movie career...
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    I refuse to partake in such inanity. The good name of ****-richardson shall not be sullied.
    -Joshua
    I've decided to become enigmatic.
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    Nice. I hadn't heard of the Stoppard play. I'll have to take a look at it, it looks cool--maybe a better namesake than my original choice...

    IOW, not yet...

    The good name of ****-richardson shall not be sullied.
    I see. This must be a part of your decision to become enigmatic.
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    S. Severus? The Roman?
    It's Latin, right?
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    Originally posted by dampeoples
    S. Severus? The Roman?

    Nope. Though Severus is the first instance of the name that can find.
    It's Latin, right?
    I guess. So is much of English...
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