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Old 12-18-2008, 01:08 AM   #256
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There was a guy at my school called Manho.

I'm not sure on the spelling, but...yeah.
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Old 12-18-2008, 01:11 AM   #257
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There was a guy at my school called Manho.

I'm not sure on the spelling, but...yeah.
so they finally gave you a nickname Ian? nice
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Old 12-18-2008, 01:46 AM   #258
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There was a guy at my school called Manho.

I'm not sure on the spelling, but...yeah.
My friend went to school with a girl named Dhu Hur (possibly spelled differently.) Pronounced "Do her."
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Old 12-18-2008, 02:31 AM   #259
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I remember reading in the book "Helter Skelter" that Susan Atkins had a son by Manson that she named Zeosese Zadfrak Glutz.....
One can only hope that his adoptive parents changed his name.

Also, I read about this couple in New Jersey who actually named their son Adolf Hitler (the father is a white supremist.....) and couldn't understand why a bakery in NJ didn't want to put that name on a birthday cake....yeesh!
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Personally I think Ian is a horribly bizarre name.

But that's just my subjective objective opinion.
I've known a few "Rays" in my life and they are all autotune-using skumbags...
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Old 12-18-2008, 03:27 PM   #261
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Second, who names their kid with an infamous name and then acts surprised that a controversy is created over it? If you intend on raising your kids differently, you don't label them with a name that is going to bring trouble. Poor little Adolf Hitler Campbell!! He's going to have to grow a huge ego and a lot of insensitivity to be comfortable with his name.. and that wouldn't be a good thing.

I'm not surprised by the father's argument. He has the "I'm a Nazi but won't admit it arguments 101" down pretty well.
- Look into the future, not the past
- It's just a name, don't interpret so much into it
- I've had people from different races in my house and would let my kid hang out with them
- ...

Always the same bullshit you hear from those idiots who are too great cowards to admit it.
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Also, I read about this couple in New Jersey who actually named their son Adolf Hitler (the father is a white supremist.....) and couldn't understand why a bakery in NJ didn't want to put that name on a birthday cake....yeesh!
I just read that in the paper this morning. What exactly was he expecting?

I don't know if it's been mentioned, but recently in NZ one girl's parents were forced to change her name to something other than Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii.

I also like the twins, Benson and Hedges.
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I'm not surprised by the father's argument. He has the "I'm a Nazi but won't admit it arguments 101" down pretty well.
- Look into the future, not the past
- It's just a name, don't interpret so much into it
- I've had people from different races in my house and would let my kid hang out with them
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Always the same bullshit you hear from those idiots who are too great cowards to admit it.
Even if he wasn't a white supremacist, naming your kid Adolf Hitler shows an agonising lack of awareness about history, really.
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Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii.

I also like the twins, Benson and Hedges.
I like the first one, it's purty
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I think this guy wanted to create a little controversy so he could make himself look like some kind of poor, oppressed martyr whose right to free expression is being squelched. Why else would he insist on the kid's full name being on the cake? If he had just asked for "Happy Birthday Adolf" just like a normal person would ask for "Happy Birthday Jennifer" or "Happy Birthday Michael" there probably wouldn't have been any issues at all.
I saw them on the news

Nuff said
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The parents who named their kid Adolph Hitler have had their kids taken away from them by the State of New Jersey.
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Really? Are they being charged with some form of abuse? (other than naming their kid Adolf Hitler)
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The article I read didn't disclose the exact reason for the children being removed from the home.
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The article I read didn't disclose the exact reason for the children being removed from the home.
Same here. Bu I'm sure some lawyer will say it had something to do with it.
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Same here. Bu I'm sure some lawyer will say it had something to do with it.
Those parents are numbskulls! They deserve to have their children taken away.
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