How Many?

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

HowManyOfMe.com
LogoThere are:
6,261
people with my name
in the U.S.A.

How many have your name?

16 comments:

loner said...

Who would have guessed there are so many Seneca the Youngers out there.

I'm told I don't exist. Zero loners.

Stupid computer!

Seneca the Younger said...

I thought you were in Canada, loner.

Knucklehead said...

You must keep up, StY. Loaner is in PA but he frequently invades DE. One place to avoid income tax and the other to avoid sales tax.

I suspect he can make frequent dashes into Maryland if it suits him. He also has access to lots and lots of mushrooms.

BTW, there are 5 people in the US with my name. One of them is a Deaniac lunatic - a moonbat of the first order. You have no idea how much that hurts me.

Luther McLeod said...
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Luther McLeod said...

You beat me Knuck, there's 8 of me out there. But I bet I may be the only white guy. I have no idea why but Luther is a fairly popular name among Black's. This was true even before Dr. King made a name for himself. Though there were 38000+ Luther's, I have never met one. Condolences re your Deaniac.

Rick Ballard said...

Geez. Loner is in WA and wants to shop in OR. The problem will be the drive - people from CA find drivers in OR and WA to be... "different", I guess is the kindest term. Loner is used to LA, where the best drivers in the US consider 85 to be the minimal speed necessary for keeping up with traffic.

I'm wondering what he's going to wind up paying in fines up north there. Road revenue is very important in WA - as are writing quotas for state troopers. And they very unsportingly (IMO) actually use radar and planes.

Barry Dauphin said...

It says there is one of me (I'm special), but I know that to be wrong, because I have googled myself and there's another Barry Dauphin living in Louisiana (state of my birth).

Fresh Air said...

Figures that a state with a Duke would also have a Dauphin.

loner said...

Eh?

I'm getting used to 55. What a ridiculous speed. My experience in PA helps. I thought most of the drivers I encountered in Chester County insane when I first got there. I suppose I went insane, too. No accidents and one speeding ticket (a week before I left) in three-plus years. I think a deer hit me one morning, but, if it did, it didn't leave a discernable dent.

I hope not to do any commute driving while here. That'll help—or make me stir crazy.

It's always something.

Wrong show.

What?

Take off, you hoser.

vnjagvet said...

Only 231 with my real name.

But James is the number one first name for males in the USA.

No vnjagvets, though.

omemqa is the word verification.

CF said...

Only 2 with my name.

Buddy Larsen said...

My real name, Terd Jones, came up zero.

Syl said...

I don't exist :(

NOBODY with my name.

Knucklehead said...

Loner,

Pennsyltuckians do drive a bit, ummm, calmly don't they. And no dashing by on the shoulder to get around somebody stopped to turn left.

It supposedly takes a while to decompress enough to get with the program. I can't handle it long enough and I'm a calm driver by NJ standards.

loner said...

Knucklehead—

That's only the half of it. On the highways they're overly cautious and on the backroads they take no prisoners. There was a lot of growth (residential and commercial) and consequently more stop-and-go driving along said backroads as time went on.

Now that I think about it, I don't remember a single instance in which I had cause to have a negative opinion of New Jersey drivers and I was in NJ quite often during the last year or so I lived in PA.

My wife, who's from PA, hated Southern California driving. She was very happy when she finally had a job that didn't require she use the freeways. We went into Portland on Sunday and while we were on the 5 (the west coast equivalent of the 95) coming back she thanked me for agreeing to move up here. Maybe it was the scenery. Yeah, right.

Rick Ballard said...

Syl,

I've known that you were unique for a long time - I'll bet Terrye is too.