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Old July 17th, 2012 #141
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First names of the top ten most successful American men in 2012:

1). Bill

2). Warren

3). Larry

4). Charles

5). David

6). George

7). Sheldon

9). Jim

10). Sam

Except for Sheldon, the rest of the names sound pretty much like your typical blue-collar, working-class names like guys you would find at a bar or bowling-alley after work.
Most of these names go up and down the social scale, which is what you're looking for. Your child can be anything from an ordinary man to a great king, and the name will fit him equally comfortably.

What are to be avoided are the trendy white-trash names that appear and disappear. Or, better put, appear like viruses, and mutate into a thousand misspelled forms. You don't want a firework name. You want a name that is solid, permanent, classic, respected, known.

Trust your material. If Li'l Balljuice has anything from the ball, he'll have something on the ball, and he won't need your stupid, subartistic attempt to moniker him to the moon.

You can't "make" your kid with the name you give it, but you can handicap it socially. The intelligent people, who manage society, will take your crappy downscale flash name as indicating a genetically based streak of unreliability. They will think you, your name, will make them look bad, and just maybe your genetic familial weakness will emerge in a pinch to scotch things.

If you think I'm joking...I'm not. This is how people who run things actually think, and there's good reason for it.
 
Old July 17th, 2012 #142
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Floyd:



Probably has a lot to do with it.
Can't give examples offhand, but when the jews making tv mock the South/rural America, Floyd seems to be one of the names they like to stick on rednecks. If you want him to fight that, name your kid Floyd.
 
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I do like the bible names for boys. Luke, Nathaniel, James. Last year when I thought I might be expecting we talked about names and decided on Luke for a boy. For girls I love Angelica or Abigail.
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I do like the bible names for boys. Luke, Nathaniel, James. Last year when I thought I might be expecting we talked about names and decided on Luke for a boy. For girls I love Angelica or Abigail.
Nearly all Biblical names are Jewish.

Luke is Greek however, it stems from the same word for "light" that the name Lucifer is derived from, which means "light-bringer". The Biblical Lucifer was a deceased king of Babylon.
 
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Steven, that is what I thought. (Luke being greek), thanks for the confirmation.
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Steven, that is what I thought. (Luke being greek), thanks for the confirmation.
There's also the similar Latin name, Lucas, which denotes someone who was native to the Italian province of Lucania.

I think it is interesting how many Christians came to erroneously conflate the name of the Babylonian king, Lucifer, with the identity of the fallen angel Azazel, who was cast out of heaven for rebellion, and the title Satan, which was given not to a fallen angel, but to an angel in good standing with Yahweh, who could freely walk both the earth and enter heaven at will, as well as engage in making bets with Yahweh about the faithfulness of humans, such as Job from the land of Uz.

The basis of these parallels seems to stem from ancent Canaanite mythology, where Attar, the god of the morning-star and son of the Dawn made a failed attempt to take the throne of the god Baal, and was punished by being made to rule over the underworld - a theme repeated later in the Hebrew legend of Azazel.

The Bible compares the Babylonian king Lucifer to the Canaanite story of the fallen morning star in Isaiah 14:1-28:

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"On the day the Lord gives you relief from your suffering and turmoil and from the harsh labour forced on you, you will take up this taunt against the king of Babylon: How the oppressor has come to an end! How his fury has ended!"
After describing the death of the king, the taunt continues:

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"How you have fallen from heaven, morning star, son of the dawn! You have been cast down to the earth, you who once laid low the nations! You said in your heart, 'I will ascend to the heavens; I will raise my throne above the stars of God; I will sit enthroned on the mount of assembly, on the utmost heights of Mount Zaphon. I will ascend above the tops of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High.' But you are brought down to the realm of the dead, to the depths of the pit."
Clearly Christians became confused out of ignorance of the fact that these were separate entities and conflated all of them into the identity of the fallen angel Azazel, who is erroneously given the title of Satan.

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Shits love to give their spawn Nordic names like Kevin and Eric. They recognize they are inferior, and try to escape it, nothing more.
Then there's the Celtic Kikels: "Evan Lipshitz", "Sean Gelbfieber", ad nauseam.
 
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Then there's the Celtic Kikels: "Evan Lipshitz", "Sean Gelbfieber", ad nauseam.
There are dozens of Jewish actors and media celebrities that go by Scottish names:

George Burns

Mike Wallace

Kirk Douglas

Jon Stewart

Jan Murray

Lee Grant

Lenny Bruce

Kevin Pollak
 
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There's also the similar Latin name, Lucas, which denotes someone who was native to the Italian province of Lucania.

I think it is interesting how many Christians came to erroneously conflate the name of the Babylonian king, Lucifer, with the identity of the fallen angel Azazel, who was cast out of heaven for rebellion, and the title Satan, which was given not to a fallen angel, but to an angel in good standing with Yahweh, who could freely walk both the earth and enter heaven at will, as well as engage in making bets with Yahweh about the faithfulness of humans, such as Job from the land of Uz.

The basis of these parallels seems to stem from ancent Canaanite mythology, where Attar, the god of the morning-star and son of the Dawn made a failed attempt to take thw throne of the god Baal, and was punished by being made to rulke over the underworld - a theme repeated in the Hebrew legend of Azazel.

The Bible compares the Babylonian king Lucifer to the Canaanite story of the fallen morning star in Isaiah 14:1-28:



After describing the death of the king, the taunt continues:



Clearly Christians became confused out of ignorance of the fact that these were separate entities and conflated all of them into the identity of the fallen angel Azazel, who is erroneously given the title of Satan.
The same as Lucian. We call him Luke. But all these fucktards want to say it's a faggy name.
 
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The same as Lucian. We call him Luke. But all these fucktards want to say it's a faggy name.

Do you pronounce it "Loo-shun" or "Lu-cee-en"?

My middle name is Lewis, which was the maiden name of my great-great-grandmother, who was of Welsh descent.
 
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Do you pronounce it "Loo-shun" or "Lu-cee-en"?

My middle name is Lewis, which was the maiden name of my great-great-grandmother, who was of Welsh descent.
"Loo-shun".
 
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The same as Lucian. We call him Luke. But all these fucktards want to say it's a faggy name.
It's not a "faggy" name, it's a good White name of Latin origin. They have it in Romania too, pronounced like loo-chi-on.
 
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It's not a "faggy" name, it's a good White name of Latin origin. They have it in Romania too, pronounced like Loo-Chi-on.
Thank you. It's a good White name. Yes, that's how our Romanian pediatritian pronounces it.
 
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Lynx and Lamb.
 
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Lynx and Lamb.
April's daughters, they're lovely names.

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Breanna is a nigger name isn't it?
 
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Breanna is a nigger name isn't it?
Breanna is an Irish name.
 
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Reminds me of -eequa. No the dash not be silent.
 
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Breanna is an Irish name.
It's a variant of Brianna, the feminine form of Brian, isn't it?
 
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It's a variant of Brianna, the feminine form of Brian, isn't it?
There are many names which can be used by both girls and boys.
These names are known as gender-neutral or unisex.
My immediate paternal ancester was named Jay. His sister named her daughter Jaye.
They lived in Indiana.

Addison -Much more popular for girls than boys.
Alex -Alex just barely makes it on the top 1000 for girls, but is a top 100 boys name.
Alexis -A really popular name for both genders.
Ali -This name skyrocketed in popularity because of the prize-fighting namesake.
Amari -Makes the top 500 for both boys and girls.
Angel -A popular Latin name for boys, and a heavenly name for girls.
Ariel -Simply a great name, especially for girls.
Ashton -Another name affected by celebrity induced baby naming popularity.
Avery -Label this one a great name for either gender.
Bailey -Simply a great name for a girl, and not bad for a boy either!
Cameron -Used a lot, but more for a boy than a girl.
Campbell -Just barely making the top 1000 for either gender.
Carson -Cool name for girl, even better for a boy.
Casey -An alltime favorite.
Chase -Much less common for a girl.
Christian -A biblical baby name makes the list.
Dakota -This old west name is hip again.
Devin -Devin and its alternate spelling are popular.
Devon -A popular African American baby name.
Devyn -The less popular form of Devin.
Dominique -It makes the list year after year after year.
Drew -The girls name just barely creeps into the top 1000.
Dylan -A top 20 most popular baby boys name.
Emerson -It surprises us so many girls are named Emerson.
Guadalupe -A popular latin name for either sex.
Harley -This name revs up the charts.
Hayden -You can't go wrong with this baby name.
Hunter -This occupational baby boy names makes the list.
Jaden -The 2nd most popular alternate spelling of Jaden.
Jadyn -Yet a 4th version of the name Jaden. Now that's a lot of babies!
Jaiden -The 3rd most popular version of Jaden.
Jaidyn -The least common version of the name Jaden to make this list.

Jaime -A less popular spelling of Jaime, but still popular.
Jamie -This is a much used name.
Jayden -5 versions of Jaden makes the list. This is the only version more popular for boys.
Jaylen -A jammin name for many posh tots.
Jaylin -More frequently used for guys than gals.
Jessie -Almost the same amount of usage for either sex.
Jordan -This version of the name is much more popular for boys.
Jordyn -And this version is much more popular for girls.
Justice -A top 500 name for either gender.
Kasey -And the other spelling of Kasey also makes this list.
Kayden -Yet another name that ends in -aden. We think this is a little overused.
Kendall -The name of a fine wine, and it makes a great baby name.
Kennedy -A much better name for a baby girl than guy.
Logan -A cool name for any baby.
London -London also makes the capital city baby girl names list.
Madison -One of the most popular baby girl names, and a couple boys get in on the action.
Micah -A top 200 name for boys
Morgan -An awesome name. It�s a reason to have kids.
Parker -This old English name makes the list.
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Peyton -And also this spelling of Payton.
Phoenix -Phoenix is actually falling, and not rising up the charts.
Quinn -We find it hard to believe but this name makes the list with many babies to spare.
Reagan -A conservative name, if you know what we mean.
Reese -Celebrities help this name climb the charts.
Reilly -Just popular enough to make the top 1000 - for boys and girls.
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Ryan -There are a whole lot of baby boys named Ryan out there, and also quite a few girls.
Rylee -Kind of a cool name. What do you think?
Sage -You don't have to be an old Sage to like this baby name.
Shannon -We knew this would be on the list, but it's far less popular than we thought.
Shea -Perhaps this is a popular name in New York?
Sidney -A hip name for a girl, a little old fashioned for a boy.
Skylar -The popular spelling of Skylar for girls.
Skyler -The more popular spelling of Skylar for boys.
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