How did you come up with your screen name?


From the FanPosts -Joel

Kinda slow around AP lately. Not a lot of news. I guess its to be expected considering the time of year it is. So I got to thinking, "how about a post?". My posts are and probably will always be far and few between. Partly because I'm not much of a writer, (at all as you will see) especially compared to some of the ones on here, but also because I'm more of a commenting type of guy, and even those are spaced out. Still, like many of you, I love to check in and read an article and the comments that go along with it, two to three, sometimes even more times a day.

Anyway here's the whole point of this post...

When I first found AP, I was just looking for a place to check up on my team. After joining, I also joined some of the other blogs on SBnation to chat with them about their teams too, and to get an outsiders perspective from time to time. Some teams' blogs I joined just to troll (just kidding). I havent joined very many of them yet, but I probably will join them all at some point just to be able to comment.

I live pretty close to Charlotte, N.C., so obviously I'm bombarded by lots of Panthers fans. Especially at work, because I see alot of the public working at my gas station. So this led me to join the Panthers blog Cat Scratch Reader. Well, while flipping through their stories, about a month ago I saw a cool idea for a post (here) that I havent seen on AP yet (My apoligies if it has been done recently). H/T BW Smith

Whats the story behind your screen name?

I know there are some of the regulars that comment on here that I'd like to know about. But out of courtesy, I'll start with myself. Motrepip. Not much to it. Its just my name backwards. Tom Piper. Kinda lame, huh? It was somthing my sixth grade gym teacher said to me once that kinda stuck with me. It's a decent password if I need to have one, I guess.

But what about yall? Is there any meaning behind your screen name?

As always, thank you for reading.

This is a FanPost and does not necessarily reflect the views of Arrowhead Pride's writers or editors. It does reflect the views of this particular fan though, which is as important as the views of Arrowhead Pride writers or editors.

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