I was really curious to see how this would turn out. Both of my names are pretty common, but neither are spelled in the common ways ("Alen Hylton"). Since my first name has a few common spellings, I tried all of them with the more common spelling of my last name and I came up with a "rating" of 30-40 people with each variation.
Originally posted by me, seven years ago todayThis thing claims there are 0 of me in the States:
- There are 4,991,477 people in the U.S. with the first name James. - Statistically the 1st most popular first name. - 99.7 percent of people with the first name James are male. --- - There are 0 people in the U.S. with the last name Kalyn.
I know this isn't true because I found an American James Kalyn on Google. He plays the saxophone. My girlfriend's mom also found him on Google, and she now refuses to believe that I don't play the saxophone.
The site now shows two James Kalyns in the US - presumably one is the saxophonist and the other is my dad, who lives in Florida for part of the year. James is still the most popular first name, which surprises me - aren't we all getting old and dying off?
AWA's definitions are fine but as we move forward into the 21st Century my personal definition has changed. To me there are only rich and poor but not money. There are information (education) rich and poor.