Surfers have the same kinds of names anyone else does.
Finn & Finley are just current, trendy names while Nicholas is a more traditional name but none of them are exclusively "surfy".
2013 Surfers’ Hall of Fame Inductees
Skip Frye (real name is Harry Richard Frye)
Rick “Rockin Fig” Fignetti
Other surfing superstars and legends from several eras including
Laird Hamilton (born Laird John Zerfas; Hamilton is his step-dad)
Andy Irons (Philip Andrew)
Sean Collins (Sean Robb)
Kelly Slater (Robert Kelly)
Pat O’Connell (Patrick)
Rob Machado (Robert Edward)
Rabbit Kekai (Albert)
Robert "Wingnut" Weaver
Actually, it looks as tho Robert is a really popular surfing name...
...this one's been on my DVD want list forever; I have high hopes that since some surprisingly other rare and obscure horror films are finally seeing release on DVD ("Chosen Survivors", "Food of the Gods", "The Burning", "From Beyond", etc.), that "Galaxy of Terror" might just be around the corner...
...don't forget, now; an up & coming, little known filmmaker...oh, I think his name is...um, James Cameron (!!!) was one of the unit directors on this film...
...I truly think that Erin Moran's most excruciating and crushing death in this film, was far and above more satisfying and elating, than the similarly excruciating and crushing death of her career...in the advent of "Joanie Loves Chachi"...
...talk about a certain measure of irony, here!!! Genre actor Robert England's character in this film, was mercilessly plagued by his own fears and nightmares; yet, in just a few handful of years later, he would find himself instilling fear, and plaguing other people's nightmares...as a certain finger-bladed dream maniac...
...with this film being a definite nod to his classic T.V. sci-fi repetoire, veteran actor Ray Walston, would soon become much more identified, to a new generation of fans, as the strict, stern-faced and ever-suspiciously wary high school teacher named Mr. Hand...
Hey, you fine folks over at the MGM DVD distribution camp!!! You have been putting out all of these great 'Midnight Movies" double features, of late; how about a double feature of "Galaxy of Terror", coupled with Roger Corman's other equally gruesome space horror shocker, from 1982, entitled "Forbidden World"...?
What will be the result of the following if it was like that?
Liverpool - Mark Hughes
Newcatle - Alex McLeish
Liverpool - Roy Hodgson
Norwich - David Moyes
Sunderland - David Moyes
Everton - Martin Jol
Swansea - AVB
Fulham - Owen Coyle
Stoke - Alan Pardew
West Brom - Martin O'neill
Aston Villa - Tony Pulis
QPR - Harry Redknapp
Blackburn - Arsene Wenger
Wolves - Alex Feguson
Bolton - Kenny Dalglish
Wigan - Robert Mancini
Manchester utd - Mick Mccarthy(suppose he's not sacked)
Man city - Brendan Rodgers
Tottenham - Mark Hughes
Chelsea - Paul Lambert
Arsenal - Roberto Martinez
From Beyond the Horizon In Act One, Scene One, Robert claims that he can be a farmer and Andrew says he has"?
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Colonel Samantha Carter
General Jack O'Neill (he got promoted!)
Jethro Gibbs, NCIS (yeah, I know he's retired)
Aiden Ford (Stargate Atlantis)
Major Lorne (Stargate Atlantis)
Ronon Dex (Stargate Atlantis, does he count? He was in the military, just not for this planet....)
I don't remember any such argument, however, it is possible that a highway bill would have included repairs to bridges in Peoria Illinois during the 97th Congress and that Tip O'Neil would have opposed any bill helping a Republican district strictly on partisan grounds.
Peoria is a primary highway interchange between the South East and the North Central United States and as such it would be important to maintain highways in that area.
By opposing the legislation Tip O'Neil could have forced more highway traffic through primarily Democratic Chicago or St Louis and economically starved the more Republican rural areas.
This was a common political ploy of Democrats and it still is. Who cares if people starve as long as Democrats get their cut.