A spaced out rabbit.
A question I've often thought about.
I'm a cameraman, its similar to an email address and I couldn't think of anything else at the time.
I had a wooden boat at the time, called Tommy.
...and I usually talk complete rubbish.
Gorf comes from the fact that I had a boss with big bulgy eyes, but rather than call him frog we called him gorf. Then many years later I did an Open University degree with an Object-oriented programming module where we manipliated lots of frogs. There is a whole subculture in the OU from M206 students and frogs (although we write it as phrog).
I now use Gorf on a number of internet forums.
Cynical Scots engineer.
My user name could variously be
Baseball Ground, the former home of Derby County F.C.
Belize Botanic Gardens
License plate code for Bernburg (district), Germany
Branson Airport, Branson, Missouri, with the FAA location identifier BBG
Billabong (clothing), Australian Stock Exchange symbol
B'nai B'rith Girls, the women's order of B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
Board of Broadcast Governors, forerunner to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
Bradford & Bingley, a bank in the UK
Brilliant Blue G, a type of Coomassie dye
British business group, an association or club of expatriate British business people
Broadcasting Board of Governors, an independent agency of the United States government responsible for all non-military, international broadcasting sponsored by the U.S government
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, in the borough of Brooklyn in New York City
Browser based game
BBG, the United States Navy hull classification symbol for a Guided Missile Battleship
I used the name of one of my Speedway bikes-a Jackson Rotrax.
I had my name before I had a boat. My surname is Snook, peeps call me many names, but Snooks is the one the nice people call me.
Besides there is something a little odd about a man with a tash introducing himself as Talulah when you meet for the first time!
Boaty Photographer http://grahamsnook.com
YM's Tech Ed and new boat tester
March 24, 2017
March 24, 2017