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Rosey Grier, More than a Football Career

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Greetings funny names fans. We are on a football roll here at the BoFN with our funny names in the 2017 NFL draft. Vote for your favorite name here. Polls close at…

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Biz Stone, Behind Twitter and More

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Greetings Funny Names Fans. It time to get to business with this week’s post. People who through stones shouldn’t live in a glass house, but a person named Biz Stone should work…

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To Be Batman or Not to Be

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Greetings funny names fans! For those of you who’ve been around for a while, you know I have a penchant for comics and their authors. I spent a wonderful weekend with my…

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The Memory of a Sunset

The sun blazed fiery reds and oranges across the evening clouds over the Puget Sound on that Saturday evening in August. A cool breeze blew across the water, taking the edge off the day’s heat. Seattle’s buzzing faded with the … Continue reading

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Ransom Riggs Author of the Peculiar

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A peculiar thing occurred on Monday and derailed my regularly scheduled post. I received a peculiar gift—a Santa hat skewered by a salmon—for Christmas and stuck on the top shelf of the…

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A Special Edition: Crows in Helsinki

December nights fall early in Finland. The morning sun rises late with a yawn. During the daylight hours in between, colorful crows and juvenile gulls forage and fawn. The crows dressed in tux and tails for a Christmas dinner with … Continue reading

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Íslensku Jólasveinarnir, The Icelandic Yule Lads

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Halló funny names fans. Happy New Year! Today’s post, Icelandic lore. Every evening during the two weeks before Christmas one of the Yule Lads, also know as Iceland’s 13 Santas, come down…

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