Edge on Demand: Overexposed Names?
With Hurricane Sandy overtaking the news feeds lately, the relatively common name has now become a household one. Same thing happend with Katrina back in 2005. And as a result of all the overexposure, you're probably less likely to come across too many young kids bearing the namesake of such destructive events. But natural disasters aren't the only baby-name thieves. Know any Kermits or Grovers? How about Adolfs? How much overexposure does it take to ruin a perfectly good name? Robert Wilder hits uptown to find out.
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