Well I suppose I should post mine here, I'd been putting it off:
I got online spring of '96. This was my senior year in high school.
I had just returned from a year as an exchange student in Belgium,
and had been accepted to MIT for the fall. So I chose
belge (Fr. belgian), MIT (En. Massachusetts Institute of Technology).
I honestly don't know why I chose 4 to join the two.
Anyways I kept the name when I arrived at MIT to make it
easier for others to email me (that was the plan) but MIT
restricts you to 8 chars so I lost the 2nd e. I use it now
because it's more unique than 'bob'.
perl -p -e "s/(?:\w);([st])/'\$1/mg"
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