What's your handle and how did you get it?
Walt and Dianne Mason
Central Refrigerated Services
“Parson. Because I’m still a pastor and have been for 22 years. Mama. Because she is one.”
El Paso, Texas
“The Original Rip Van Winkle. I got it by trying to stay up all night like my uncle did. He was a businessman, and it wasn’t strange to see him come knocking on your door at 2 a.m.”
“Lucky. I used to be Lucky Dutchman, but everyone screwed that up so I just made it Lucky. I’ve just been lucky over the years, I guess. Stuff that I should’ve gotten busted for I got away with.”
“Georgia Slowpoke. I was always the last one to come off the driveway. Finally some guy popped off and said, ‘Come on, slowpoke.’ I tacked the Georgia on the front because I live there.”
Sarania, Ontario, Canada
“Plan B. They started calling me that in dispatch. I was in the military for 20 years, and you always have to have a Plan B.”
“Suntan. I got it from a good friend of mine when we were hauling horses. We used to cut up a lot.”
“Big Bahama. I’m from the Bahamas, and I’m big.”
Deep South Freight
“Slow Motion. Nobody gave it to me; I earned it. I don’t get in a hurry about doing anything.”
West Point, Miss.
“Night Rider. My uncle gave it to me because I ride at night.”
Keene and Sons Trucking
“Easy Money. Somebody gave it to me about 20 years ago.”
“Running Bear. It’s my Indian name.”
“Cadillac. When I was at home, I’d be laid back, laying in the yard not doing anything and they said I was stretched out like a Cadillac.”
Danny King Lumber
“Nervous. It’s pretty self-explanatory.”
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