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Assumed Names [Dec. 21st, 2002|12:25 am]
susan smitten
Don is cracking me up because I can't remember the name of the guy who worked at Subway who had a baby with Crystal (a perfectly normal name). I can't believe it myself -- I thought I knew him well enough. Black hound? Black hawk? Eagle hawk? Don suggested Blackthorne, but that was the sailor in Shogun, right? I know it wasn't Nighthawk, cuz that was Don's bike. And Don says it wasn't Streethawk, cuz Streethawk was a sequel to Night Ryder or some shit.

I didn't remember his (Black hawk?) name being so strange, but Don says I must have had a Denton-sort-of-cloud enveloping me, which caused me to believe that Blackhawk was a totally normal name. I mean, it took me about 6 months before it occured to me that Dwarf had a name other than "Dwarf."

So if you are that guy, or you know his name, let me know. Onegai shimasu!
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[User Picture]From: joshdavis
2002-12-20 11:54 am (UTC)

What's in a name

Crystal Chadwick?

I dunno the guy. Mebbe he was native-american decended.

Could his name have been Flying Goat.

:)
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[User Picture]From: chu_hi
2002-12-21 05:23 am (UTC)

Re: What's in a name

Nah, a different Crystal. She worked at Subway and if I remember correctly, she had a gift for knowing other people's past lives. She and Blackwolf had apparently known each other for thousands of years. And Blackwolf used to be a dragon?

Native-American, or too many RPG's? We may never know the truth.
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[User Picture]From: joshdavis
2002-12-22 01:49 pm (UTC)

Re: What's in a name

Probably both.

hehe

Though when I think of RPG, I also think of "Rocket Propelled Grenades"... hehe

Hrm, I had a character named Caramond
or Karamond
Hrm... I don't recall.
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