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Oh yeah, I have several occupations.......I wish. Who knew I was famous.

http://www.shannondavidson.com/    (Fashions)

http://www.whptv.com/content/bios/shannon.aspx  (News anchor)

http://www.shadowbrookstable.com/shannond.html  (Equestrian)

http://www.prizmagallery.com/shannon_davidson.htm  (self taught artist.)

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OK, I get really curious. I mean really curious, and since my sense of humor is a little.... well, ok .. a lot... weird, I comeup with some totally weird and sick references.... So, please ... he

My user name is exactly what it says. Now guess who is still alive and has over 300,000 miles on my ride.

Mine refers to my favorite cartoon show, called Code Lyoko. It's from France, of all places!   The antagonist is the character named XANA, one of those never-seen characters.   The "virus" part of

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    Pretty much explains itself.  Anything that has to do with television news in Los Angeles. The number 4 is the channel assignment given by the FCC. With the advent of digital the number is 4.1HD.

Cool, so I know that your not actually the station, as that would be bricks mortar, and electronic equipment  :haha:  , so I take it you work for them or you own the station , your an anchor or .............
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In answer to your question. Vice President of Technical Operations and I T Management. Now there's a mouthful isn't it.  I make sure everything runs properly. Some of it by remote desktop. The equipment doesn't care where the commands come from.  It makes it easier when something needs adjusting at 3:30 AM.

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In answer to your question. Vice President of Technical Operations and I T Management. Now there's a mouthful isn't it.  I make sure everything runs properly. Some of it by remote desktop. The equipment doesn't care where the commands come from.  It makes it easier when something needs adjusting at 3:30 AM.

Sounds like an interesting job really .
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   Especially when Sony came out with the Trinitron picture tube.  I also worked on stereo sound for television.  Which is standard in every TV today. Amazing how fast technology goes today. When I started the minicam weighed 80 lbs. There was no newsvans. I picked up 16mm film on a Z-1 Motorcycle and took it to the station. Now everything is on a server or hard drive.  No more tape. By the way the minicam now weighs 23 lbs. with battery.

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It is my name. I am just too old, too blunt, too honest, and too straight forward to us anything else. I am the same name on every forum that I am a member. So if you run across me on another forum than you know it is me. I always stand behind my statements and members can know that I am not just a faceless entity behind an obscure keyboard and an anonymous username. 

I am just an old ex-jarhead, retired Horticulturist, and part-time computer nerd living in beautiful Surigao City in the Philippines for the last year or so. Here it is T-shirts and flip-flops year around.  My wife, son and I are having an adventure of a lifetime playing in crystal clear seas and on white powder beaches.

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It is my name. I am just too old, too blunt, too honest, and too straight forward to us anything else. I am the same name on every forum that I am a member. So if you run across me on another forum than you know it is me. I always stand behind my statements and members can know that I am not just a faceless entity behind an obscure keyboard and an anonymous username. 

I am just an old ex-jarhead, retired Horticulturist, and part-time computer nerd living in beautiful Surigao City in the Philippines for the last year or so. Here it is T-shirts and flip-flops year around.  My wife, son and I are having an adventure of a lifetime playing in crystal clear seas and on white powder beaches.

Yep, thats me pretty much, except others talked me in to handles on the newer forums I member. But honestly never seen any problem using my name. Hell I even give out my address and phone number. What the heck, just let me know ahead and I'll have ice tea waiting on you.
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Well when I played football in HS, my number was 54 and I would often (joking around) walk into classes or anywhere my friend/teammates were and yell, "WHO AM IIII? IT'S 54 M****F****!" I said this because of a Petey Pablo song that was out where he says something similar to that. Yeah, I got in trouble a few times but oh well the football players were able to get away with more than the usual students. Well then I ended up picking it as my AIM handle, then email address and so on. It has stuck with me every since.

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