Simply, my initials are ADM. But there's a good story.
I grew up in the 1980s, the golden era of video arcades. I spent countless hours and quarters honing my joystick and button tapping skills, later supplemented by heavy doses of Atari 2600 and then Nintendo Entertainment System.
I mastered many games trying to make sure my score was on or near the top. The reward was recognition by the game in the form of three simple characters, a players initials, next to the score.
I (Anthony David Morrow) became ADM, though most people at the arcade thought I was Adam. And sure, you can call me Tony.