edit: actually the georges and johns wére all filled in at once, that was probably why i didnt check if all williams were there, would ve made sense if they showed up too
As for your statement martay, I find it very offensive as an Australian. And by that I mean I find it very offensive how much I agree with it. We have butchered the English language.
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And how did you space your comment out?
I'm not insisting on anything, I'm just going by what their official names are. Eisenhower's was changed shortly after he was born, according to Wikipedia. Why would I use the name that he had for the first few days of his life?
to be perfectly honest, I actually was not surprised that Warren G Harding, Rutherford B Hayes and Millard Fillmore were on the bottom of the list.
Long time no talk.
I liked this quiz.
In the spirit of Easter, would you be willing to forgive and forget past squabbles? I apologize for any wrongdoing on my part. I hope we can reconcile.
Gerald should definitely be the displayed name, as that was his name during his function. But I dont see it as a problem to accept the name he was given and didnt change untill later in life.
here it is
But I think I will hold off on that until next year. When, hopefully I'll get to add Michael and then shortly after perhaps an Elizabeth, Bernard, or Joseph.
Congratulations to all Democrats by the way, including Kal and any others on this quiz
Hopefully, he turns out to be a good President who we all support and are proud of.
A pointless, unnoticed political protest?
I also typed Rotherford a bunch.
I shouldn't have missed Harry, Lyndon or Grover. Some of the most famous first names of them all.
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