913 in the USA with my name. 330,000 with my first and 800,000 with my last. While my wife's name is somewhat common, there are only 20 in the US with my daughter's first and last name and only 7000 with her first.
One of these runs - well, ran - cross country in Tennessee. While that isn't a big deal, evidently they were in high school at the same time I was, but lived across the state. It was strange looking for high school running articles with my name in them and coming up with his instead.
This must be why I keep my middle name in play (although I would be shocked if there wasn't another Robin out there)
(edited by CRZ on 13.2.07 2236)
This thread popped up on The 7 today, but I'm not going to reply THERE, because you'd never see it. (Shockingly, this URL still works! Although it immediately asked me how I wanted to download iLivid. COME ON)
Let's see how many of me died and/or were born in the past seven years!
We'll be back right after order has been restored here in the Omni Center.
That the universe was formed by a fortuitous concourse of atoms, I will no more believe than that the accidental jumbling of the alphabet would fall into a most ingenious treatise of philosophy - Swift
I think I follow most, if not all of them on twitter/facebook. (I'm related within 2 generations to 8 of me)
(edited by Mike Zeidler on 14.2.14 0402) "Tattoos are the mullets of the aughts." - Mike Naimark
"Don't stop after beating the swords into ploughshares, don't stop! Go on beating and make musical instruments out of them. Whoever wants to make war again will have to turn them into ploughshares first" - Yehuda Amichai
In the Northwest, we usually stay home and wait a day for it to melt. Early morning ice is way more scary than snow, because people are more likely to drive like normal (or drive at all) and slide out.