What's your handle and how did you get it?

| April 07, 2005

Walt and Dianne Mason
Central Refrigerated Services
Vinton, Va.

“Parson. Because I’m still a pastor and have been for 22 years. Mama. Because she is one.”

Jerry Osborn
Cal Trans
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.”

Mike Melloon
Dakota Land
Wentworth, S.D.

“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.”

Dell Lott
Prime
Roopville, Ga.

“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.”

Dave Scragg
BLM
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.”

Nate Generette
Generette Trucking
Shelby, N.C.

“Suntan. I got it from a good friend of mine when we were hauling horses. We used to cut up a lot.”

Brian McBride
USA Truck
New Orleans

“Big Bahama. I’m from the Bahamas, and I’m big.”

William Walthall
Deep South Freight
Birmingham, Ala.

“Slow Motion. Nobody gave it to me; I earned it. I don’t get in a hurry about doing anything.”

Eric Lenoir
Royal
West Point, Miss.

“Night Rider. My uncle gave it to me because I ride at night.”

David Geurian
Keene and Sons Trucking
Dardanelle, Ark.

“Easy Money. Somebody gave it to me about 20 years ago.”

Ricky Whitaker
Carter Transportation
Quitman, Miss.

“Running Bear. It’s my Indian name.”

Shon Ivy
Bryan
Macon, Miss.

“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.”

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