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Unusual Names

   Discussion: Unusual Names
Gordondon son of Ethelred · 16 years, 11 months ago
I just heard of my favorite names on the radio, Gurf Morlix. He's a guitarist producer that produced albums by Slaid Cleaves, Rod Picott, The Kennedys, and Lucinda Williams to name a few. It sounds like he should come from Mars. Slaid said that as far as he knew that is Gurf's real name.

Another fun class of names is the appropriate ones. When you go from NJ to Staten Island you can go over the Outerbridge Crossing. You might think it was named that because it is the Outer Bridge. You'd be wrong. George Outerbridge was the first director of the Port Authority, that agency that mangages the bridge.

What are some good names you've heard?
Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My mistake, Gurf didn't produce a Rod Picott album, he just co-wrote one song on Tiger Tom Dixon's Blues.
Nik Chaikin · 16 years, 11 months ago
Harry Anus (no lie)
Rimbo Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Heh. I have a friend who can't stop laughing when she starts, and once she went to a funeral. While at the cemetary (that doesn't look like it's spelled right), she came across a stone with the name "Harry Balls" written on it. You can see where it goes from here.
100% dainty! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

heheheh! although that is not as funny if you don't pronounce Harry like "hairy." (as is the case for me) but i suppose if ipretended I wasaffecting an english accent . . . . .

Jºnªthªn Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
How do you pronounce Harry? Webster's has the same pronunciation for both words...
100% dainty! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
really? . . interesting . . . . . Okay. I pronounce it with the short "a" like that in "apple," "cat," (unless you're from the midwest. then i dont know what words to use) . . . . Instead of "hairy" . . or. . .basically the way they pronounce it in the movie, just a little less british.
jen Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
continuing on the harry thread, my cousin's ex boyfriend was Harry Butt... what kind of parents are these??
Jºnªthªn Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
I get it. My mom, who grew up in NY pronounced it that way for me, but she really had to exaggerate it before I heard it. I still think the connection to Hairy Balls isn't much of a stretch, especially if you read it.
Bender · 16 years, 11 months ago
Two brothers at my old high school: Nam and Viet. Not twins.

Dimple.

Mohammed Islam.

Aquanetta.

The oft-rumored but never-encountered Placenta.

Zishan Zishan.

Jimmy Hendricks.

Cmdr. Richard Head (Navy. Coast Guard? I'm pretty sure that's his rank, I could be wrong.)

Oh. And these aren't strange, per se, but these names make me quite happy because the people are great and they're fun to say: Nitsa, Zilpha, Renita :)
Rimbo Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
RIMBO!I love my (last) name. If my band ever becomes moderately successful, I'm going to drop my first name altogether.
Rimbo Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
By the way, when watching ROTK, keep your ears open for me. When preparing for the final battle, Aragorn actually calls out commands to "Rimbold," but it sounded close enough for me and my wife to stand up in the theatre and say, "Yes?" We were really into the movie at that point. We really would have done anything he told us to.
Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I can't swear to it but i"m guessing the name is actually Grimbold as that is a character in the book.
Rimbo Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

There ya go. Still sounded like me, though.

elfy, teacher of many Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I wish Aragorn gave a command to a "Tanya"

SIGH
Jºnªthªn Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Sit Tanya! Good girl.
Samantha Back · 16 years, 10 months ago

"Tanya" is elvish for "stop"....

now, it would probably be in your best interest not to ask how or why I know that :D

Jºnªthªn Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
Not to outnerd, but it means "that."
Samantha Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
it depends,really.. are we talking Sindarin or Quenya here?... and since you know what I'm talking about... do you want to be my friend?
Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
I am not aware of it being an Elvish word at all but if it were it would most likely be Quenya. Most Quenya words end with a vowel, most Sindarin with a consonent.

I just checked it isn't in my Elvish-English dictionary.
Jºnªthªn Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
Sorry, I only have a Klingon dictionary... I looked it up on the net, and got a number of hits on Elvish phrases & poetry. No idea of their reference material, but here's one page that claims it's Quenya:

Click me!
Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
OK I found my more definitive Quenya dictionary and it has

Tana: To show, indicate. Also the demonstrative "that." I really should do more research but right now I'm too lazy. Too bad my Tolkien Language Group disbanded.
Rachel Marie aka RAI Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

You know an Aquanetta?! I thought that was just something that this guy made up... it was awful, he was saying that that was proof that black parents just pick an object and add extra vowels. :o/

Bender Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Aquanetta is either caucasian, hispanic, or biracial (I can't tell) and she works in my scary supermarket.
It's a girl! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

There was a girl named Dimple in my kindergarten class. She used to beat me up.

Nik Chaikin Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I've knpwn a Joy and a Faith.
A girl named Becca Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
In a workshop I was in there was a Memory, a Faith and...some month. Maybe January? And they were all working together in a small-group activity and when they presented to the large group they introduced themselves and added, "and we're all abstract nouns, isn't that cool?"
Bruce Rose Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I've known Joy, Faith, Hope, Charity, and Chastity (the last two were twins)... but I never thought of the names as odd.
Joy- new picture! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My best friend in 8th grade was named Faith. That was not fun. :P
Laura P. Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
I once knew a Dawn Joy and she was constantly teased for being named after two dish detergents
elfy, teacher of many Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
HEY I also know a Dawn Joy! From Northern Canada??
renita Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
:D

*hugs* thank you.

an italian guy went nutso over my name last week, how do you spell that? where is it from? what are it's roots? where did your parents get it? and so on. it was wild.
Jºnªthªn Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I have a freind who was getting hit on by an Italian guy, and when he asked her her name, she said "Bertha." He called her "Berta" and said that he'd never heard such beautiful name. Yeah right.
renita Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
:)

this guy wasn't trying to hit on me. he's a friend of my sister's godparents. plus his wife was there ;)
Jºnªthªn Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I forgot to mention that my friend in the story above is named Denise.
nate... · 16 years, 11 months ago
Ping Zhang

Sounds like sound effects. :D
ChrisChin is Getting Old Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
heh...I know a Jian Ping Zhang that worked with me at my old job. :)
Joe Navratil · 16 years, 11 months ago
I had a friend who was teaching preschool in inner-city Detroit. Parents come with their kids for the first day at this school.

She was reading off attendance, and saw the following:

Lemonjello Wilson
Orangejello Wilson

"Uh, Lemon Jell-O and Orange Jell-O Wilson?"

Their mother -- they were twins -- got rather upset. "Excuse you! That's leMON'jeLO" and orAN'jeLO"!"

Like I said, more of an audible thing. "orANjeLO" cracks me up every time.
Rimbo Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
HA! This is weird -- I've heard of that . . . I'm from the Detroit area, . . . but I can't say where I've heard that before . . . maybe from you . . . arrgh.
goovie is married! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
*cracks up*

that's like the yo-kid version of hyacinth bucket, i think.
Mamalissa! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Pardon me, but it's pronounced Bucket.

(I guess it *is* more of an audible thing...)
Andrea Krause Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

Are you sure that's not just a joke? Paul's been telling me the same story for a coupla years now. :) (I think he tried to tell it at FRFF one year, too)

lawrence Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
only not...
Joe Navratil Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Well, shoot. Thanks for pointing that out; now I'm going to have to go confront a friend who I haven't talked to since a wedding last year, and won't see again until another wedding this year.

D'oh. Not the first time I've been snookered by a good story.
lawrence Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
D'oh. Not the first time I've been snookered by a good story.

well, those are the best ones, aren't they? if they weren't believable, they probably wouldn't be as entertaining. :)
Rimbo Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Sorry, Sheryl. A little late, there. *points to Lawrence's post*
Chaya Papaya Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Oh that is so weird!

I'm not sure how we heard of that, but last year that same story, about people named lemonjello and orangejello (pronounced le-MON-jelo and or-RANGE-jelo), found its way to me and my roommates. We all ended up with jello names, I had completely forgotten about this until just now. I was limejello (la-Mig-elo), my roommate was strawberryjello, and my other two roomates were lemonjello and orangejello.

weird.
Gordondon son of Ethelred · 16 years, 11 months ago
There is an astronomer named Starfield. That had to affect his career choice.
Rachel Marie aka RAI Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

There was an english teacher in my HS named "Miss English."

Apparently, that's not that uncommon, for someone to have their name be their profession later in life.

To prove my point, I also had a health/gym teacher named Dick Butts, and he was an arsehole. ;o)

Laura P. Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
The staff shrink at my college was "Dr. Sane."
Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
There was , might still be, Cardinal Sin in the Phillipines.

I've always loved the name of the Karen Horney Clinic.
Beth Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My clarinet teacher's name is Melodey.
Mamalissa! Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
Not so much a strange name, but my band teacher was named Mr. Hollander. When "Mr. Holland's Opus" came out, some kids did a mock-up of the movie poster as "Mr. Hollander's Faux Pas." It was quite funny.
J. Andrew World · 16 years, 11 months ago
Who needs a pen name when you have my name! It totally rocks! I even have my own web site, http://www.jandrewworld.com how cool is that?
J. Andrew World Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My daughter hasthat awsome name, too, Maddie World, and my wife also seem to have that same last name!
Andrea Krause Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

It'sa Maddie Maddie Maddie Maddie World.

ChrisChin is Getting Old Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
.oO and I'm far away from home...Oo.
Andrea Krause Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I think you're a rare person who will earn both a *groan* AND andreapoints for that. :)
dirty life & times · 16 years, 11 months ago
i watched shrek 2 last night, & one of the animation techs was named Sunny Park. how can you ever be sad with a name like that.

also, there is a doctor's office i drive past all the time, the doctor of which is listed as D. Lovely. i hear ella fitzgerald every time.
A girl named Becca · 16 years, 11 months ago
There's a funeral home in Amsterdam, NY (on my route between home and school) run by a family named (this is my best attempt to remember the spelling) Jendrzejczak.

I do a double-take every time I pass their sign.
Paul · 16 years, 11 months ago
Dirk Niblet a character from PBS childrens show about math
Slappy Squirrel from Animaniacs
ChrisChin is Getting Old Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
yay Square One and Animaniacs!
Paul Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I still watch animaniacs with my kids my wife just shakes her head in disbelief
ChrisChin is Getting Old · 16 years, 11 months ago
I once knew someone in high school named Skye Blue Davis.
Gordondon son of Ethelred · 16 years, 11 months ago
I can't remember he was a captain or a lieutenent but my father served in WWII under Clark Battle Fitzgerald. How's that for a martial name?
Agent Scully · 16 years, 11 months ago
Blonde and Little Insurance Ltd.
hkath Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Dassssirght!
siobhan's a londoner · 16 years, 11 months ago
Kristal Ireland

we all did porn star names but her real name works just fine. She says that herself. Also good for when meeting people,
"Hey, do you know Kristal...?"etc
if you know her you do not forget her name in a hurry.
Alan Mendelsohn · 16 years, 11 months ago
K. Eric Niedermeyer. And his trusty band of transvoicetites.
goovie is married! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
yes!! k. eric niedermeyer is still the best name ever.
hkath · 16 years, 11 months ago
In my first grade class there was a kid named Aristotle. This would have been fine except this was French-speaking Quebec, so his name was actually "Aristote"... Stop signs in Quebec say "Arrt-Stop". Which is what he was called. Probably for his whole life.

Albertine Koko-Mpaka - this girl at my high school whose name always made me smile. "Albertine" sounds so fresh and then the last name evokes so many colours. It's crazy.
Mamalissa! · 16 years, 11 months ago
My sister had a friend in high school named Starfinder Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley were hippies, it seems, and named their kid Starfinder. Everyone called him "Starf" for short - except substitute teachers, who always looked for "Stan."

Andrea Krause Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Starf sounds kinda like a vomity word.
sheryls · 16 years, 11 months ago

my friend diana collects these - she works at a bank and sees some great names on accounts:

http://www.dianacook.net/the.details/names.htm

sheryls · 16 years, 11 months ago
Oh yeah - and when i worked at the Coast Guard Recruiting Office in Detroit, we had a recruit whose last name was Samples.

now, coming out of boot camp, much like the navy, you are either a Seaman or a Fireman.

..he didn't make Fireman.

...poor Seaman Samples.

he'll get paged to the deck for fun. "Seaman Samples to the deck please."
Rachel Marie aka RAI Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

I had a friend named C.J. Cupps who went into the army. He was looking forward to being called "Private Cupps."

Luckily, he was definitely the type of guy who could take it.

Julia Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My friend's name is Dennis Seamen. His mother's name? Sharen.

You do the math, my friends.
Real-Accordion! · 16 years, 11 months ago
Jessica Stillborn. She has one of those school sweaters with her name on the back of it... its really funny if you don't know its her name.
Autumn Noname.

... people here have really funny names. I'll see if I can remember it next time I see one.
Beth · 16 years, 11 months ago
The other day, early in the morning, I was watching the 1999 Scripps-Howard National Spelling Bee. They were rerunning it on cable for some reason. Anyway, the girl who won was named Nupur Lala. I'd never heard a name like that before.
Phoenix · 16 years, 11 months ago
ok this is only fiction but it *so* belongs here. Taken from Neil Simon's movie "Murder by Death". The best detective/crime parody. Evah.

BENSONMUM:..... Not many people come to the manor these days. It's nice to hear guests again.
DORA: ......... Oh, thank you, er...
BENSONMUM: .... Bensonmum.
DORA: ......... Thank you, Benson.
BENSONMUM: .... No, that's Bensonmum. Jamessir Bensonmum.
DICK: ......... Jamessir?
BENSONMUM: .... Yes sir.
DICK: ......... How odd.
BENSONMUM: .... My father's name, sir.
DICK: ......... What was your father's name?
BENSONMUM: .... How-ard. Howard Bensonmum.
Mamalissa! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
LOVE THAT MOVIE!!!
Phoenix Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
So do I! It's just gorgeous... And I purchased the DVD lately so it's still in my head...
Everytime I watch ita number of new "goodies"come tomy attention. Oh. I really love Truman Capote's grammar lessons. And Charlie Chan's Wang's aphorisms:

''Where are we going anyway, pop?''
''Questions like athlete's foot. After while, very irritating.''


Agreed. I will stop liek now ;)
goovie is married! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
omg, i love that movie, too. eeeee.
Laura P. Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
It's on DVD? Yay! Any good extras?
Phoenix Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
not that much. But you get an interesting interview with Neil Simon with his comments on key scenes and a filmography of the actors.

This applies to the European version of the DVD though...
Laura P. Back · 16 years, 10 months ago

That movie, although very un-PC, is hilarious!

Agent Scully · 16 years, 11 months ago
we had to talk to someone at our headquarters in NY named "high-mee".

Little did we know it was spelled "Hymen" until we had to start sending reports to him.
Mamalissa! Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Hyman used to be a fairly common Jewish first name (with the nickname hymie). And I know a few people who have it as a last name. I knew a Sharon Hyman who says her father's college nickname was "Buster."
Rachel Marie aka RAI Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My dad's name is Rex Morgan... so his friends called him Sex Organ.

::groans even though she's heard it before::
goovie is married! Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
wait, wait, like rex morgan, md?
Rachel Marie aka RAI Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
Actually, the comic strip character was named after my grandfather, Rex Morgan Sr. He was a officer in the army and did some famous stuff (mortician for the Nuremburg trials, was a kid's show host), and apparently the guy who created Rex Morgan M.D. heard his name somewhere and asked my grampa if he could use it for a comic strip. And it thus is history.
meh · 16 years, 11 months ago
Vegas Strumsky.
He played Guitar.
I got to write a bass line for him once in the Theory Lab.
Uhm, yeah.
Vegas Strumsky Back · 15 years, 9 months ago

It is very true because I am him and he is I. Crazy what you come up with when you google your own name.

Peace out my hommies

Prinut · 16 years, 11 months ago
A certain crewmember on "Hey, Arnold!" has the name Tuck Tucker. I find that absolutely fabulous.
Also my good friend used to date this guy named Rich Mitchell and I always got into the habit of calling him Mitch Mitchell, because I thought that he should change his name to that.
renita · 16 years, 11 months ago
i worked with a john johns.

and when i worked doign data entry we had some good ones in the system.

phuc huu ho.
and lots more doubles.
stephen stephens, richard richards... etc. i think parents who do that are evil and mean and should have their parenting licenses revoked. yo.

Rachel Marie aka RAI Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My great-grandfater was named Morgan Morgan. Whatcha gonna do about that, punk? ;o)
Julia Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
My friend's father came to the US with only one name, his family name, Nirmalan. When asked for his first name, he quickly came up with one: Nirm!

Nirm Nirmalan.
data ARE · 16 years, 11 months ago
At my last job, there was a phlebotomist named Herhighness Wells. We would always see her signature on the phlebotomy paperwork that would come up to the lab. When we first saw the name, we thought for sure that someone down in phlebotomy had a good sense of humor.... nope, it was a real name!
Bender Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
my grandfather had a patientwith the given name of Queen Esther.
Nik Chaikin Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I knew a girl in MS by the name of Princess Snowden.
Laura P. Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
I knew a Lady. And my mother-in-law met a Herhighness. Wonder if it was the same one...
Gordondon son of Ethelred · 16 years, 11 months ago
My friend told me about a couple she knows. Richard Love married a woman named Gay. The thing is Richard was known as Dick to his friends. So that's right, the couple is now Dick Love and Gay Love.
Andrea Krause Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

Wait....was her name Gay or game?

renita Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
i'm guessing game but as a nickname it was shortened to gay.

*shrug*
Andrea Krause Back · 16 years, 11 months ago

Heee....if so, there was a step missing in the explanation. :) I'm easily confused.

Gordondon son of Ethelred Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Her name was Gay and I corrected it in the original post. Sorry, sometimes there is a delay between my typing and the letters coming up on the screen which leads to even more ridiculous typos than I usually make.
Samantha · 16 years, 11 months ago
I always thought Jian Ghomeshi was a funny name.. god.. who would name their kid Jee-ahn?

*is entirely jesting*
Jºnªthªn · 16 years, 11 months ago
My cousin Rita married Mort Creeda, making her Rita Creeda.
And Jack LaLanne's wife is Elaine LaLanne.
Mamalissa! Back · 16 years, 10 months ago

The former mayor of Providence, Rhode Island is Vincent "Buddy" Cianci (pronounced See-ann-see). His ex-wife is named Nancy Ann. Nancy Ann Cianci.

Brigit - Portugal Sucks · 16 years, 11 months ago
Oranjello and Lemonjello. Only, since their mother was trying to be cool, they are pronounced "Oh-ron-ja-lo" and "La-mon-ja-lo." I shit you not.
Joe Navratil Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
Hey.

Psst.

Over here
nitsita · 16 years, 11 months ago
...you'd be surprised at the number of Jean Thibault's in the phone book. Looking at the name like that really isn't that funny, but phonetically, it sounds like "gentil beau", which basically translates to "nice beautiful" ... yeah.
elfy, teacher of many · 16 years, 11 months ago
allrighty!!

In high school, my best friend's neighbours' daughters had um, religious names. one was:
(no word of a lie) "God's Love and Kindness" which could be an interesting acronym (glak)
Other names from various places:
America (for a girl - pronounced like the country)
Jamaykha (also for a girl - sounds like "Jamaica")
Noah Vale (say it fast - "no avail")
Rimbo Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
I guess because they're officially from another culture they're not that funny, but during my time in Africa, I met a lot of people who were named after English (and poor English) "-ness" words, such as "Goodness" or "Thankfulness" or "Loveliness." And then of course was the guy named Michael Jackson. No lie. No coincidence, either. Just named their kid after Michael Jackson. I love African people.
Will work for anime Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
last week in the birth announcments in the paper was one "Heaven Ablessin' Tyme"...i can't remember his/her last name but is was somthing common...like Perry or the like....that poor child is going to have one hell of a time in school
Joe Navratil Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
Perhaps s/he will go with his/her initials. HAT Perry has something of a ring to it, no?
danced with Lazlo · 16 years, 11 months ago
Ok, in high school my sister had a friend named May. One day in gym May brought two friends over to my sister to introduce them:

"Adina, these are my friends April and June."

Adina started laughing. May was confused.

Before I was born my parents wanted to name me Gella Leah. One day Lenny, a friend at the synagogue asked what they were going to name the baby and my mother said "We were thinking of Gella Leah." He started to laugh and said oh, you can't name her that! "Why not?" my mom asked. "Gella Leah... GellaLeah... Galileo?" "Oh dear..."

So that's why I'm Gella Rachel.

Oh, also there's a guy at my synagogue named Phil Phillips.

And growing up I had a rabbi named Deborah Cantor. Rabbi Cantor is funny enough... but even better was that we got to call her Rebbe Debbie

Oh, and one more... there's a married couple at my synagogue... the Rabbi's brother Simkha is married to a lovely woman... also named Simkha. We call them boy-Simkha and girl-Simkha.
renita Back · 16 years, 11 months ago
when my mother's mother remarried, she married a man who also already had children.

they ended up with claire the girl and clare the boy.
Mamalissa! Back · 16 years, 10 months ago
My Rabbi's name is Rabbi Kenter. Not as bad as "Cantor", but keep in mind that for a bunch of years, we had Rabbi Kenter and Cantor Giventer.
Laura P. Back · 16 years, 10 months ago

Oh, and one more... there's a married couple at my synagogue... the Rabbi's brother Simkha is married to a lovely woman... also named Simkha. We call them boy-Simkha and girl-Simkha.

I knew a couple with a similar situation, except it was Tracey/Tracy.

ChrisChin is Getting Old · 16 years, 11 months ago
In high school, there was a guy in my English class named Franklin Benjamin.
elfy, teacher of many · 16 years, 11 months ago
In addition to "God's Love And Kindness", there is a family that has a child with the name "Hosannah"

"God's Love and Kindness" is a bit more memorable as far as Odd names go.
Samantha · 16 years, 11 months ago
I came *this* close to being "Moonbeam"... that's my pennance for being raised by hippies, I suppose..

My middle name is Eden..like the garden..

my boyfriend's middle name is "Kidwell".. named after his dad's friends family...

My sister's name was going to mean "Laughing Bumblebee" in hebrew
Rachel Marie aka RAI Back · 16 years, 10 months ago

Well, I came *this* close to being named Clover. ;o)

Them damn dirty hippies. (Like I should talk... :oD)

jen · 16 years, 10 months ago
Theres a girl at my school named Freedom Bright. thats cool :)

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