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More child-naming intel has arrived from Edwin:
Your discussion in AMT320 of registering a baby reminded me of a story out of Sweden I read in the news once about a child allegedly named “Brfxxccxxmnpcccclllmmnprxvclmnckssqlbb11116”, pronounced “Albin”.
Of course! Why not use your child to represent your own gripes? They’re only a HUMAN BEING, after all.
(By the way, were any of you given names because your parents were trying to make a political or sociological or some other kind of point? And how did that work out for you?)
Also, several of you wrote in to tell us what happens when you let children choose their own names: you get surgeons named Loki Skylizard. Apparently he was aged eight or nine when he opted for this, and kudos to him for sticking with it when it is perhaps not a name in which most people undergoing heart surgery will feel particularly confident.