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    Russian Adoption Article


    "Tom" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    Subject: Re: Russian Adoption ArticleFrom: [email protected] (Tom)Date: 11/16/2004 8:42 AM Mountain Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>"Ma rley Greiner" <[email protected]t> wrote in messagenews:<[email protected]>...> Good story--and always good when you're part of it. Why in the world> did> they name their kid Dallas? Shouldn't there be a law against that?>> Mareley>>Perhaps they thought Poughkeepsie would be too confusing for theyoungster?I know it's too confusing for me. I was lobbying my wife for somegood, simple Canadian place names, something like Wawa or Dildo, forour kids. She wouldn't relent.Tom Bwaaaa! A friend's husband wanted to name their son Seagrams. They settled on Atom.
    Seagrams, eh? Not bad. Not bad at all. Maybe if we have another child, I'll lobby for Cardhu. Not that it matters what I lobby for--until I carry one for nine months and push it out, I don't think I'll ever get the last word. Tom
    I went to high school with a girl from a very large family who reportedly
    had two brothers, Ajax and Babbo, who I unfortunately never met.

    I just read tonight that one of ODB's sons is named Prince Osiris. I like
    that one.

    Marley


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    • #17
      Russian Adoption Article

      [email protected] (LilMtnCbn) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
      Subject: Re: Russian Adoption ArticleFrom: [email protected] (Tom)Date: 11/16/2004 2:04 PM Mountain Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>
      Bwaaaa! A friend's husband wanted to name their son Seagrams. They
      settled on
      Atom.Seagrams, eh? Not bad. Not bad at all. Maybe if we have anotherchild, I'll lobby for Cardhu. Not that it matters what I lobbyfor--until I carry one for nine months and push it out, I don't thinkI'll ever get the last word.Tom
      I really really love this site. LOL http://www.notwithoutmyhandbag.com/babynames/
      Geez, I wish I'd known about this site a few months ago. I had a
      friend suggest that the best way to name a girl was to go through the
      escort ads in the paper.

      Tom

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      • #18
        Russian Adoption Article

        "Marley Greiner" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
        "Tom" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected] ...
        [email protected] (LilMtnCbn) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
        >Subject: Re: Russian Adoption Article >From: [email protected] (Tom) >Date: 11/16/2004 8:42 AM Mountain Standard Time >Message-id: <[email protected]> > >"Marley Greiner" <[email protected]> wrote in message >news:<[email protected]>... >> Good story--and always good when you're part of it. Why in the world >> did >> they name their kid Dallas? Shouldn't there be a law against that? >> >> Mareley >> >> > >Perhaps they thought Poughkeepsie would be too confusing for the >youngster? > >I know it's too confusing for me. I was lobbying my wife for some >good, simple Canadian place names, something like Wawa or Dildo, for >our kids. She wouldn't relent. > >Tom Bwaaaa! A friend's husband wanted to name their son Seagrams. They settled on Atom.
        Seagrams, eh? Not bad. Not bad at all. Maybe if we have another child, I'll lobby for Cardhu. Not that it matters what I lobby for--until I carry one for nine months and push it out, I don't think I'll ever get the last word. Tom
        I went to high school with a girl from a very large family who reportedly had two brothers, Ajax and Babbo, who I unfortunately never met. I just read tonight that one of ODB's sons is named Prince Osiris. I like that one.
        Osiris is good. 'Lord' would have been better though, I think.
        That O.D.B spread himself around a bit. I wonder if there's an Isis in his brood.
        Anyway, I'm glad he named his son with forethought.


        Rh.
        Marley

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          Russian Adoption Article


          "Rhiannon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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          "Marley Greiner" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
          "Tom" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected] ...
          [email protected] (LilMtnCbn) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...> >Subject: Re: Russian Adoption Article> >From: [email protected] (Tom)> >Date: 11/16/2004 8:42 AM Mountain Standard Time> >Message-id: <[email protected]>> >> >"Marley Greiner" <[email protected]> wrote in message> >news:<[email protected]>...> >> Good story--and always good when you're part of it. Why in the> >> world> >> did> >> they name their kid Dallas? Shouldn't there be a law against that?> >>> >> Mareley> >>> >>> >> >Perhaps they thought Poughkeepsie would be too confusing for the> >youngster?> >> >I know it's too confusing for me. I was lobbying my wife for some> >good, simple Canadian place names, something like Wawa or Dildo, for> >our kids. She wouldn't relent.> >> >Tom>> Bwaaaa! A friend's husband wanted to name their son Seagrams. They> settled on> Atom.> Seagrams, eh? Not bad. Not bad at all. Maybe if we have another child, I'll lobby for Cardhu. Not that it matters what I lobby for--until I carry one for nine months and push it out, I don't think I'll ever get the last word. Tom
          I went to high school with a girl from a very large family who reportedly had two brothers, Ajax and Babbo, who I unfortunately never met. I just read tonight that one of ODB's sons is named Prince Osiris. I like that one.
          Osiris is good. 'Lord' would have been better though, I think. That O.D.B spread himself around a bit. I wonder if there's an Isis in his brood. Anyway, I'm glad he named his son with forethought. Rh.
          Marley
          He must have been trying to break Screamin' Jay Hawkins' record.

          Marley


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