Discussion in 'Welcome & Introductions' started by Revmaster T, Jul 7, 2006.
My parents chose it for me
Nope, seriously.....what Wayne says is true )
Well i owned a few old styled BMW's, hence the name old_skool_bmw.
i wanted this as a liscense plate back in CA when i had to re-register my E30 M3. i wanted my plate to look like a ton of lines so it would be more challenging for a cop to read the plate.
the DMV said that it needed meaning for a custom plate, so i came up with
What Man Wants Not What Man Needs
which is fitting for an E30 M3 since it is not a manditory mode of transportation, but it is definetly what this man wants!
Did anyone ever figure out the meaning on there own ?(
How I Got The Name.....
Got the nickname/call sign of "Woton" from my Air Force days as a nuclear planner.....Woton is a name for a Viking God of War (or something close)......
our kick-ass fishing team.
are you located in Bradenton salty?
Ive gone by there a few times when I was on my way
to Sarasota. I like Sarasota, found a place that
serves real cold german Weissbier and in the proper
glass to boot!.
Not to many places around here that serve a good Weissbier ;( ;(
John, I'm in Sarasota, where is this biergarten? If you are ever back in Sarasota let me know, the least we can do is throw acouple back and talk cars. Or go fishin.
I would like to watch that. John going fishing.....
RE: How I Got The Name.....
Was that not Wotan?
On Holmes Beach there is the Old Hamburg Schnitzel Haus, they have good Weissbier and good food phone # (941) 778-1320.
BTW I am Thomas from C & C in Tampa.
Maybe I can join in to go fishing, then I take a video from John hopefully with a big one on the hook .
So we can show it to Uwe
Thomas, It's a plan, keep me posted, stan
are you laughing at me Uwe?
well as long as a sword fish doesnt pull me off the deck
of the boat I should be fine. I can also just fish for
bait and leave the big fish to the pros being that Id
be the amateur, correction: rookie, and all.
about Weissbier place. I was on the center square
area in Sarasota, I was in some bar called
"coconuts" and this other place was upstairs on
2nd floor I believe 2 streets further around the square.
wasnt too cheap at $6 a bottle but atleast it was the real
stuff. What is sold in supermarkets is NOT the real stuff
(im sure you all know that though).
Since we have quite a few new members I would like to bring this thread back alive.
Well, I hate hiding behind a nickname. Which is why whenever I can, I will use my real name: Lee. I guess when we communicate, it makes things simpler and more direct.
Glad you found your way here Lee
Mine has been a nickname for as long as I can remember, no explanation needed really!....