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CrossRoads

How well does Atom Tesla go with your last name?

We used to drive by Chenango Bridge in NY
http://www.mapquest.com/maps?city=Chenango%20Bridge&state=NY
to visit the relatives. I lobbied for Chenango, figured nickname of Chenango Kid, got shot down.
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draythomp

Everyone is too polite.  You've scarred him for life.

He'll probably turn out tough as nails though.
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justjed


Everyone is too polite.  You've scarred him for life.

He'll probably turn out tough as nails though.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n--1wR4L7zg
... it is poor civic hygiene to install technologies that could someday
facilitate a police state. -- Bruce Schneier


TroyO

Last name is Ollom, part of why we picked Atom is we just thought it sounded good with the whole thing. Could have used Adam.... but then it would be boring.

(Oddly enough we did find another Tesla Ollom (No idea of the middle name) out there in the cast of a community youth theater.)

I kind of figure it this way.... up until he's 8 or 9 the kids won't really know it's unusual. 9-18... it doesn't really matter what the name is, they will always come up with something to tease a kid about. 18+ and he'll start liking not having a cookie cutter name. (We already have a pickup line for him...... "Hi, I'm Atom..... like the bomb."

Although the Ariel Atom had nothing to do with the choice, I am a huge Top Gear fan and I do totally want one, LOL.

Ohh yeah.... we do call him Boomer.


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