Carrboro Bike Coalition - putting the "bike" in "CARrboro" :)
2011 Motobecane Fantom Cross Uno, 2009 Motobecane Fantom CX
Previously: 2000 Trek 4500 (2000-2003), 2003 Novara Randonee (2003-2006), 2003 Giant Rainier (2003-2008), 2005 Xootr Swift (2005-2007), 2007 Nashbar 1x9 (2007-2011), 2011 Windsor Shetland (2011-2014)
Non-Bike hardware: Arch Linux - openSUSE 13.2 / Mac OS 10.6 - openSUSE Tumbleweed
Then in the future, if necessary, Cicero Again, Next Cicero, Another Cicero and finally, Final Cicero!
Once upon a time I recycled the name "Mark" on my fish. Technically, they all had a different name though.
Beta Experiment Mark I
Beta Experiment Mark II
Beta Experiment Mark III
Beta Experiment Mark IV
"It's the 41. If you don't have cool stuff, you suck. If you have cool stuff, you still suck" - Velo Gator
"The 41 reminds me more of the big brawl scene near the end of Blazing Saddles." - mprelaw
Banzo beans reminds me of those throat balls my friend used to show me when we were kids. She'd pull them out of her mouth after she made them come out of the back of her throat. Then she's smish them and try to make the other kids smell 'em. That was nasty.
BTW, this thread is another example of why I love foo. A thread about recycling conventions for domesticated animal nomenclature turns into a thread about tonsilloliths.
I don't think I've ever reused a pet name though. There are just so many interesting names that I want to use that I can't have enough pets to keep up. And sometimes--like in the case of my doggy, Ada Agusta Byron King, Countess of Lovelace--I just throw all the names at one pet. XD
My mom, on the other hand, has had 12 cats named Georgie and 4 named Sam. Georgies have all been siamese and Sam's whatever. Keeps it simple I guess, won't ever forget a name... and you can do like the Simpsons... Snowball 1...Snowball 2... Snowball 3... I think they have only had one Santa's Little Helper.
Last edited by Pamestique; 03-17-11 at 02:21 PM.
Private docent led mountain bike rides through Limestone Canyon. Go to letsgooutside.org and register today! Also available: hikes, equestrian rides and family events as well as trail maintenance and science study.