Nice boy and girl names that start with these letters?

Boys names starting with the letter L ----------------------------------------------------- Lucas Lucian Lawson Lawrence (Larry) Leo or Leon Leonardo Louis Lewis Lance Logan Lee Leroy Lennox Levi Lionel Girls names starting with the letter L ________________________________ Lucille Lucinda Luella Laura Lydia Lila Lillian Lily or Lillie Leanne Lynnette Lissandra Lorna Lelia Lorraine Lilith Lara or Larissa Lenora/Leonora Lisa Luna Locasta Lorelei Lucy Lynne Leticia Layla/Leila Lacey Livia Lilac Loretta Laverne Lavinia Lynsay/Lidsay Lisette Leanna Boys names starting with the letter M _______________________________ Maxwell Maxim or Maksim Milo Matthew Miles Mortimer Montgomery Marcus Mark Marcel Matteo Michael Mikah Girls names starting with the letter M _______________________________ Marietta or Mariette Maxine Minella Minnette Minou Mirabelle Miriam Miranda Marilla Marie/Maria Malinda Muriel Margaux Marguerite Mazie Mabel Mayelle Marigold Matilda Madgala Madeline Malia Molly or Mollie Meryl Marianne Mary Anne Millicent /Millie Marcy Mercy Morgana Megan Mariella Melody Melanie Melissa Melisande Maud Maeve Maya Mikayla Maureen Marilyn Mariah Melora Mallory Meliora Maddie Marlene Boys names starting with the letter C _______________________________ Charles Clayton Cliff (Clifford) Clive Caleb Clyde Casey Callum Connor Connan Constantin Claudius Chase Caspar Charleton/Carleton Curtis Chandler Corbin Colby Colin Carson Carsten Carlos Christopher Christian Chandler Craig Clark Calvin Cedric Girls names starting with the letter C __________________________________ Cassandra (Cassie) Carrie Caroline or Carolyn Carmen Cleo Charice - Cha-rees Claire Clarissa Clara Claribelle Cora Coralie - Co-ra-lee Corinne Charlene Charlotte Celestia Calista Celine or Celina Cara or Carissa Colette Claudine Claudia Claudette Christie Colleen Charlize Chrisanthe Christabel Candice Cecily Celia Charmaine Chantelle Cindy Cynthia Carys Cerise Calandra Cilla Boys names starting with the letter B ________________________________ Brad (Bradley) Benjamin Bennett Boris Baxter Briam Brendan Brandon Bruno Brett Blane Beau Girls names starting with the letter B __________________________________ Beatrice or Beatrix Babette Beverly Blythe Brandy Brittany Brielle Beryl Bella Bridget Bernice Belva Blanche Belinda Bryony Bianca Barbara Belle/Bella Boys names starting with the letter S __________________________________ Sebastian Steven or Stephen Samuel Spencer Scott Simon or Simeon Sherman Stanley Silvester Sean/Shawn/Shaun Stuart Girls names starting with the letter S _________________________________ Sabrina or Sabina Silvia /Sylvia Sylvana Sophia Serafina\ Stella Sina Shanessa Simone Sybilla Susanna or Susan Serina Selena Sarah Sienna Sandra Soleil Samantha Suri Sunita Sonia or Sonya Sydonie/Sidney Savannah Scarlett Serenity Serena Sheila Shelley Boys names stating with the lette T _______________________________ Tobias Thomas Timothy Troy Terence or Terry Theo or Theodor Tyler or Taylor Tristan Trevor Travis Trent Tanner Turner Tybalt Girls names stating with the letter T ________________________________ Tamara Tabitha Theresa or Therese Tara Talia Tamina Tatiana Tania Tiffany Tanith Trista Tamsin Theodora Tilly or Tilda Tammy Tanita Thora Tallulah Thelma

How many visits to moon have there been?

There were 6 manned missions that landed on the Moon. Twelve men have walked on the Moon and 18 more orbited the Moon without landing. Men who walked on the Moon: Neil Armstrong Apollo 11 Buzz AldrinApollo 11 Pete ConradApollo 12 Allen Bean Apollo 12 Alan ShepardApollo 14 Edgar Mitchell Apollo 14 David ScottApollo 15 James IrwinApollo 15 John YoungApollo 16 Charles DukeApollo 16 Eugene Cernan Apollo 17 Harrison SchmittApollo 17 Men Who Orbited the Moon Without Landing 1.Frank Borman - Apollo 8 2.Jim Lovell - Apollo 8, Apollo 13 (intended to land) 3.William Anders - Apollo 8 4.Tom Stafford - Apollo 10 5.John Young - Apollo 10 (later landed on Apollo 16) 6.Eugene Cernan - Apollo 10 (later landed on Apollo 17) 7.Michael Collins - Apollo 11 8.Dick Gordon - Apollo 12 (had been slated to land on Apollo 18) 9.Jack Swigert - Apollo 13 10.Fred Haise - Apollo 13 (intended to land; had been slated to land on Apollo 19) 11.Stuart Roosa - Apollo 14 (he also have been slated to land on the moon with Apollo 21 if missions beyond Apollo 20 had been planned) 12.Al Worden - Apollo 15 13.Ken Mattingly - Apollo 16 14.Ronald Evans - Apollo 17 15.Stuart Roosa - Apollo 14 (he also have been slated to land on the moon with Apollo 21 if missions beyond Apollo 20 had been planned) 16.Al Worden - Apollo 15 17.Ken Mattingly - Apollo 16 18.Ronald Evans - Apollo 17

Who were the most famous generals of the North and South during the Civil War?

Generals - South Joseph E. Johnston Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson Albert Sidney Johnston Braxton Bragg John Hunt Morgan Nathan Bedford Forrest J.E.B. Stuart James Longstreet John Bell Hood Jubal Early Generals - North Winfield Scott George B. McClellan John Pope Ambrose E. Burnside Henry Wager Halleck William Tecumseh Sherman Joseph Hooker George H. Thomas Winfield Scott Hancock George Gordon Meade Philip H. Sheridan

Are there any good historical fiction books about queen elizabeth 1?

Elizabeth's own writings, which were considerable, were collected and published by the University of Chicago Press as Elizabeth I: Collected Works. The Portraiture of Elizabeth I glorified her during her reign and masked her age in their later portraits. Elizabeth was often painted in rich and stylised gowns. Elizabeth is often shown holding a sieve, a symbol of virginity [1]. Although she is not seen in the performance, the birth of Elizabeth is proclaimed in a scene of Shakespeare's play King Henry VIII. One of Elizabeth's nicknames was "The Faerie Queen", after the poem in her honour by Edmund Spenser. Elizabeth is a character in the play Mary Stuart by Friedrich Schiller (1800). The three-volume Gothic romance novel, The Recess, by Sophia Lee. Elizabeth is a character in the 1821 novel Kenilworth, by Sir Walter Scott. The young Elizabeth is a minor character in Mark Twain's novel The Prince and the Pauper. 20th century American Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Maxwell Anderson dramatized episodes of Elizabeth's life in two of his most popular plays, Elizabeth the Queen (1930) and Mary of Scotland (1933). Margaret Irwin wrote the Good Queen Bess trilogy based on Elizabeth's youth: Young Bess (1945), Elizabeth, Captive Princess (1950), and Elizabeth and the Prince of Spain (1953). Mary M. Luke wrote a definitive Tudor trilogy: Catherine the Queen (1968), A Crown for Elizabeth (1970), and Gloriana: The Years of Elizabeth I (1973), with the latter two books focusing on Elizabeth's youth and reign. All the Queen's Men by Evelyn Anthony (1960) No Great Magic by Fritz Leiber (1963): depicted as a series of time-traveling impostors. The Queen and the Gypsy by Constance Heaven (1977) My Enemy the Queen by Victoria Holt (1978) Queen of This Realm by Jean Plaidy (1984) Legacy by Susan Kay (1985) Much Suspected of Me by Maureen Peters (1991) I, Elizabeth by Rosalind Miles (1994). To Shield the Queen, a series of eight books featuring Ursula Blanchard, Lady in waiting to Elizabeth, by Fiona Buckley (1997–2006). Elizabeth's story is told for children in Elizabeth I, Red Rose of the House of Tudor, a book by Kathryn Lasky in the Royal Diaries series published by Scholastic (1999). Author Karen Harper has written a mystery series about Elizabeth. Included in this series are nine fictional novels. They are: The Poyson Garden (2000), The Tidal Poole (2000), The Twylight Tower (2002), The Queene's Cure (2003), The Thorne Maze (2003), The Queene's Christmas (2004), The Fyre Mirror (2006), The Fatal Fashione (2006), and The Hooded Hawke (2007). Beware, Princess Elizabeth is a novel for children by Carolyn Meyer (2001). Author Robin Maxwell wrote three novels figuring Elizabeth: Virgin: Prelude to the Throne (2001); Elizabeth's story is spliced with her mother's in The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn. The story of the historic Arthur Dudley, who pretended to be a son of Elizabeth and Lord Robert Dudley, is embellished in The Queen's Bastard (1999). Author Philippa Gregory portrayed Elizabeth as a character in four out of her five books on the Tudors. She is seen as a baby and a child in The Other Boleyn Girl (2001), a child in The Boleyn Inheritance (2006), a young woman in The Queen's Fool (2003), and a young queen in The Virgin's Lover (2004). A historical fantasy of Elizabeth's life, featuring elven guardians, is recounted in This Scepter'd Isle (2004), Ill Met by Moonlight (2005), and By Slanderous Tongues (2007) by Mercedes Lackey and Roberta Gellis. An aged and dying Queen Elizabeth was a central character in the 2005 Marvel Comics series Marvel 1602. A Storm of Angels, a 2005 Doctor Who audio drama, featured Kate Brown as the Gloriana of a parallel history Queen Elizabeth I: A Children's Picture Book by Richard Brassey (2005) Queen Elizabeth I and Her Conquests by Margret Simpson (2006) The 2007 book Innocent Traitor by Alison Weir about Lady Jane Grey features Elizabeth as a young woman. The 2008 book The Lady Elizabeth by Alison Weir features Elizabeth as a young girl from the death of her mother to her coronation and her relationships with her half siblings and her father. In the 2007 Broadway musical The Pirate Queen, an Irish chieftain, Grace O'Malley, challenges Elizabeth I's takeover of Ireland. Elizabeth Bear's Promethean Age books Ink & Steel and Hell & Earth are set in the final decade of Elizabeth's reign and feature her prominently. Elizabeth the Queen, a play by Maxwell Anderson Elizabeth Rex, a play by Timothy Findley (2000) The Princeling, Volume 3 of The Morland Dynasty, a series of historical novels by author Cynthia Harrod-Eagles. The fictional Nanette Morland is her servant and mentor, having previously been a close friend, servant and confidante of Elizabeth's mother, Anne Boleyn. Virgin and the Crab - Sketches, Fables and Mysteries from the Early Life of John Dee and Elizabeth Tudor, a novel by Robert Parry (2009) speculates on

I want to know if these movies are available on DVD any where. The Chalk Garden staring Halley Miles.?

Garden of Evil is available as part of the Fox Western Classics collection (Rawhide and The Gunfighter are also included in the collection). The Chalk Garden and The List of Adrian Messenger are both available as part of Warner Bros. Vault Series which are DVD on request. You can order them through However, I hear that the quality of the DVD prints for the on request DVDs is not as good as regular DVDs, so I would look at user comments before buying them.

Ok i have a serious question how do you guys about ESPN always starting Red Sox or Ynakees?

Any one else tired of hearing that Tom Brady is a new dad? How about the feud between A-Rod and Jeter? ESPN is a shill for teams from Boston and New York. I'm so sick of Tom Brady and his fucking girlfriend I could puke. Stuart Scott is a circus clown. Think you'd hear this garbage if Brady played in Kansas City or Jeter in Tampa Bay?

who is the sports announcer with the glass eye?

Stuart Scott from ESPN. He was at the New York Jet's training camp and got hit in the eye by a football. Thus, the glass eye.

What is the name of Microsoft’s recently fired CIO?

Stuart Scott for a violation of company policies.

What is the difference between the American Acadamy for Dramatic Arts' LA campus and NYC campus?

AADA on both coasts are expensive jokes! The schools USED to be good, but NOT anymore. A lot of the stuff they teach is OUTDATED. Most of the actors that I've met who have graduated there are jobless because the school does NOT teach the business aspect. They also don't let you study outside nor audition outside. That's limiting. An actor should be able to diversify their training and go out there and audition to build the auditioning muscle. Do you need a BFA/MFA degree to act? Nope. Will it help? maybe... I majored in both business and music in college. The business degree was my best decision for many reasons. Because of it I have been more successful than my colleagues who have either started the same time as I did or have been doing this much longer. Thanks to my business degree, I have been able to successfully market myself, network effectively, be more professional, avoid scams, know tax loopholes/write offs, etc. It has also helped me produce multiple streams of income so I can pursue acting because I enjoy it and NOT as a source of income. This is called show BUSINESS, not show-screwing around. Also, I believe college is about experiencing as much as you can. Audit as many classes outside of your major and get involved with campus activities. Part of acting is living the life. Get a rich college experience so you have a good story to tell through your experiences. My beef is with year+ institutions like AADA and BFA/MFA programs is this. I believe in being more diverse in my training. The year+ programs can sometimes be like factories where they churn out actors who are taught pretty much the same thing through a structured curriculum. What might work for one person, will NOT work for a different person. Also, a lot of the conservatories and BFA/MFA programs have strict policies such as NOT being able to audition outside of their school or study at other places simultaneously. I think this is limiting to the actor. The actor should have the freedom to audition for outside projects and add to the current curriculum. Diversify your training! For $30k/year you can study at more than one of the listed schools. Some of the Best Non-Collegiate Schools in LA: Cold Reading/Auditioning -Margie Haber -Brian Reise -Amy Lyndon Commercials -Hey, I Saw Your Commercial! -Chris Game -Stuart K. Robinson -Stuart Stone -Killian McHugh -Francine Selkirk-Akerman -Carolyne Barry Improv (All four are great) -Groundlings -Second City -Upright Citizens Brigade -Improv Olympic Scene Study/Acting (It varies. Some schools are not for everyone. Chubbuck, Eric Morris, and Howard Fine are not for people who aren't fans of Strasberg or Uta Hagen (ie. affective memory and substitution.) Playhouse West, Joanne Baron/DW Brown, and Acting Corps are more Meisner oriented. Try to audit these places and make sure if they're for you or not. -Doug Warhit -Kimberly Jentzen -Beverly Hills Playhouse -Howard Fine -Stella Adler -Ivanna Chubbuck -Joanne Baron/D.W. Brown -Tom Todoroff -Playhouse West -Aaron Speiser -Acting Corps -Eric Morris Comedy: -Scott Sedita -Lesly Kahn Some of the Best in NY: -William Esper -HB Studios -Stella Adler -T. Schreiber -Weist Baron -Upright Citizens Brigade -Margie Haber -Redwall Productions (Rosalyn Coleman) -Neighborhood Playhouse -Circle in the Square

What is a good song to dance to possibly about trains?

"Across the Track Blues" (Duke Ellington) by Duke Ellington[2] "Ain't No Brakeman" (Fontaine Brown) by John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers,[3] Coco Montoya[4] "Algoma Central No. 69" by Stompin' Tom Connors[5] "All Aboard" (Muddy Waters) by Chuck Berry,[6] Terry Garland,[7] Muddy Waters.[8] Other songs with this title, performers followed by composers: Nat King Cole (Nat King Cole),[9] The Five Blind Boys of Mississippi (Archie Brownlee),[10] The Kinks (Ray Davies),[11] Wynton Marsalis (Wynton Marsalis),[12] Del McCoury (Bradley Rodgers, Charley Stefl, Eugene P. Ellsworth),[13] Allison Moorer (Allison Moorer, Doyle Lee Primm),[14] Jimmy Mundy (Jimmy Mundy),[15] Sly & Robbie (Warrick Lyn)[16] "All Aboard the Blue Train" by Johnny Cash "All Down the Line" (Mick Jagger, Keith Richards) by The Rolling Stones[17] "All Night Train" by The Allman Brothers Band "Amtrak Blues" (Alberta Hunter) by Alberta Hunter[18] "Amtrak Crescent" by Scott Miller "Amtrak Is for Lovers" by Houston Calls[19] "Another Journey by Train" by The Cure "Another Town, Another Train" (Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus) by ABBA[20] "Another Train Coming" by Kim Weston "Are You Lonely For Me Baby" by Freddie Scott "Asleep On The Subway" by Sxip Shirey "At the Station" by Joe Walsh "Atlantic Coastal Line, The" by Flatt & Scruggs "Auctioner (Another Engine)" by R.E.M. [edit] B"'B' Movie Box Car Blues" by Delbert McClinton & Glen Clark "B&O Blues" by Charles Brown, Big Joe Turner[21] "Baby Likes to Rock It" by The Tractors "Back On The Train" by Phish "Back Up Train" by Al Green "Ballad of Eugene Victor Debs" by Joe Glazer "Ballad of John Henry" by Jimmy Dean "Bellerin' Plain" by Captain Beefheart[22] "Ben Dewberry's Final Run" (Andrew Jenkins) by Johnny Cash, Jerry Douglas, Steve Forbert, Andrew Jenkins, Bill Monroe, Jimmie Rodgers, Hank Snow[23] "Between Trains" by Auburn Lull "Big Black Train" by Flatt & Scruggs "Big City Train" by No Doubt "Big Freight Train Carry Me Home" (Lecil Martin) by Boxcar Willie "Big Railroad Blues" by Grateful Dead "Big Train from Memphis" by John Fogerty "Black Train" by The Gun Club "Blow That Lonesome Whistle Casey" by Al Dexter "Blow That Whistle, Freight Train" (Alton & Rabon Delmore) by Happy & Artie Traum[24] "Blue Railroad Train" (Alton Delmore) by The Delmore Brothers, Jorma Kaukonen, Geoff & Maria Muldaur, The Tony Rice Unit, Marty Stuart, Merle Travis, Doc Watson[25] "Blue Railroad Train" (Danny Schmidt) by Danny Schmidt[26] "Blue Train" (Billy Smith) by Johnny Cash "Blue Train" by Billie Holiday & John Coltrane "Blue Train Blues" by Bukka White "Bluetrain" by John D. Loudermilk "Blue Water Line" by The Brothers Four "Blue Yodel No. 7" by Jimmie Rodgers "Blues for Dixie" (O.W. Mayo) by Merle Haggard[27] "Bone Against Steel" by 38 Special "Boogie Woogie Choo Choo Train" by Mabel Scott "Born on a Train" by The Magnetic Fields "Bound for Hell" by Love and Rockets "Boxcar Blues" (Boxcar Willie) by Boxcar Willie, Maggie Jones[28] "Boxcar Willie" (Lecil Martin) by Roy Acuff, Boxcar Willie "Boxcar's My Home" (Lloene Martin) by Boxcar Willie, Willie Nelson "Boxcars" by Joe Ely

What were the important people that took place during the Civil war?

Abraham Lincoln, US President Jefferson Davis, CSA President Robert E. Lee, Commanding General of Confederate Army of Northern Virginia J.E.B. Stuart, a Confederate General in Cavalry of Army of Northern Virginia US Grant, a Union General in Western Theater later one of the many Commanding Generals of Union Army in Eastern Theater George McClellan, 1st Commanding General of Union Army in Eastern Theater and CG of Army of the Potomac Joseph E. Johnston, 1st Commanding General of Confederate Army that become Army of Northern Va, later 1 one of the CG of Army of Tennessee James Longstreet, a Confederate General in Army of Northern Va later one of the CG's of the Army of Tennessee Frederick Douglass, Civil Rights pioneer George Pickett, a General in Confederate Army of Northern Va Winfield Scott Hancock, a General in Union Army in Eastern Theater Thomas Jackson, a general in Army of Northern Va Ambrose Burnside, one of the Commanding Generals of Union Army in Eastern Theater Edwin Stanton, US Sec of War {Eastern Theater---typically Va Md, Pa, DC Western Theater---typically Tenn, Ky, Mo, Ark, Miss, Ga, La}

Who's the guy who used to work for ESPN who looks like Jay-Z?

Michael Smith? I don't think that he really looks like jay z, but its the closest I can think of.

Is Yao Ming teased by the other players since he is a polite, calm man from another culture?

I remember Steve Francis was very friendly towards Yao when he first came over. He never made Yao carry his bags (usually rookies carry the veteran players' bags) and never bagged Yao out when he did something wrong on the court. Cat, T-mac, KG, Rudy T and many more are friendly with Yao. Of course, on the other end of the spectrum, you have absolute low-lives like Stephon Crapbury, Josh Howard and Stuart Scott. Josh Howard always tries to hurt Yao during games. Stuart Scott is just trash, tries way to hard to emphasise anything bad that happens to Yao.

Why do people dislike Stuart Scott so much?

Im not sure why, I didnt know that this was the case. I dont have a problem with the guy.

Basketball: Does Stuart Scott actually think he is funny?

He does, but I think he's not.

Was Bill Russel, Michael Wilbon, and Stuart Scott just talking about steroids?

Athletes are allowed to use steroids in some States or countries that don't ban the drugs, such as in body building where it makes the muscles bigger. Now in Bball, they use them to subside the pain on the injury so the player can play specially if he's very crucial to the team & the games are so important for him to miss it. Bill & the rest are speaking from their own experiences coz' for a while during their times, Bill was so valuable for Celtics, that his absence from the game will surely cause the Celtics to lose that game. In sports, sometimes ya got to be lenient & let loose a couple of restrictions for the industry to survive in the league of sports.

What would you name your boys using these names?

• Gregory James - Gregory/Rory. → Outgoing, athletic, fun. A ladies man. Dark curly hair, forest green eyes. Born November 12th. • Henry Noah - Henry/Harry. → Smart, sweet, shy, charming, trustworthy. He has a light air about him. Dark hair, hazel eyes. Born January 15th. • Andrew Lucas - Drew/Andrew. → "Class clown", very rambunctious and outgoing. Always the center of attention, but still a very nice boy. Dark hair, brown eyes. Born September 23rd. • Arthur Frederick - Teddy/Arthur. → Sweet, goofy, playful, but knows when to be serious, very lovable. Dark curly hair, green-green-green eyes, looks most like Gregory. Born July 30th.

Why was Francis Scott Key held during the bombardment of Fort McHenry?

During the War of 1812, Key,accompanied by the American Prisoner Exchange Agent Colonel John Stuart Skinner, dined aboard the British ship HMS Tonnant, as the guests of three British officers: Vice Admiral Alexander Cochrane, Rear Admiral Sir George Cockburn, and Major General Robert Ross. Skinner and Key were there to negotiate the release of a prisoner, Dr. William Beanes. Beanes was a resident of Upper Marlboro, Maryland and had been captured by the British after he placed rowdy stragglers under citizen's arrest with a group of men. Skinner, Key, and Beanes were allowed to return to their own sloop, but were not allowed to return to Baltimore because they had become familiar with the strength and position of the British units and of the British intention to attack Baltimore. As a result of this, Key was unable to do anything but watch the bombarding of the American forces at Fort McHenry during the Battle of Baltimore.

Why the HELL is Stuart Scott hosting America's Funniest Home Videos?

he needs money?

AMC fans ~ Do you think Marissa and Scott will get together and Annie and JR will be an item?

Sorry, but I'm the one that disagrees with everyone. I watched the episode with Soctt & Marissa, and she did it on purpose. I don't know that little Miss Muffett has up her sleeve, but Scott & JR should both remember who her parents are. David - not enough room to list his dastardly deeds; Krystal - anyone remember how she got Adam to marry her? Got him drunk in Pigeon Hollow. And frankly Babe wasn't exactly a candidate for sainthood. And Let's talk about Scott, who isn't actually Stuart's son, he's the son of the drug addict who gave Cindy Aids. So Scott's got his own "nature" to deal with. Plus you know JR has been throwing up in his face for years that he's not a "real" Chandler. I see the potential for a lot of good soap drama if the writers know what they're doing.,

Please tell me what you think of my top 5 baby names?

Okay don't get all defensive, but here's my honest opinion(s). Boys: Theodore Vincent (Teddy) - I HATE this name. Theodore is outdated and Teddy is an awful, awful name. Vincent is mediocre, but again, outdated. Simon Emmanuel - Alright. I like both Simon and Emmanuel, not sure how I feel about them together. Simon seems very British and always reminds of Simon Cowell. Stuart Arthur - Gag me with a spoon. Stuart? Ohgod. So, so bad. Reminds me of Stuart Little or a variety of other terrible things. Well okay... it's not THAT bad... but c'mon. Arthur is more outdated than I can describe. It reminds me of a mix of the cartoon show "Arthur" and medieval times. Terrible combination. Drake Anthony - I really quite enjoy this name. Anthony Drake would also be a very nice name. Both simple, nice names that are modern but not too overused. Scott Conor - Fairly boring, but still a nice simple name. Both very common names. Girls: Phoebe Giselle - Ugh. Phoebe makes me think of something you would name a puppy. Or reminds me of the girl from friends. Giselle isn't terrible... but reminds me of a gazelle (like the animal) Rose Alexandra - Pretty. Rose is very nice and simple, Alexandra has a few more syllables and it's a good combination together. Lilith Aurora - I really don't like Lilith. It's sooo old and boring and I just really hate it. HOWEVER, Aurora is one of my favourite names. I think it's STUNNING! :) Anastasia Lucia - I think Anastasia is, yet again, out dated. Lucia is just alright... i dunno... not a fan. Bianca Giulietta - Bianca is terrible, Giulietta is very nice however.

Who hates SportsCenter and ESPNEWS?

ESPN is terrible anymore. I started losing interest when Kieth Olberman left the network. Stuart Scott? Can't stand the arrogant SOB!

what will you do if espn doesnt show many highlights of the warriors/kings game?

dude,they show every NBA game,even if teams are not in the playoff hunt,that was a good game by the way,i wanted it to go 4OT,warriors win by the buzzer,but looks like that didnt happen

is Dany Heatley Blind in one eye?

No - he probably just has differently colored eyes. I went to a girl in high school with one brown eye and one blue . . .

What are good teen books or dramas?

Here are some of my favorites. You might like them, you might not: Neil Gaiman is an amazing author! Edgar Allen Poe is a really good author. Check out his poems and short stories. William Shakespeare is good too. Any books by Scott Westernfeld or Neal Shusterman are really good too. Any books by Amelia Atwater-Rhodes are amazing! There is In The Forest of The Night, Demon In My View, Shattered Mirror, Midnight Predator. And then there is the The Kiesha'ra series: Hawksong (the best in the series!), Snakecharm, Falcondance, Wolfcry and Wyverhail. A Northern Light by Jennifer Donnelly Blood and Chocolate by Annette Curtis Klause How To Kill A Rock Star by Tiffanie Debartolo The Princess Bride by William Goldman 13 Little Blue Envelopes and Girl At Sea by Maureen Johnson Abarat by Clive Barker, Make sue you get the hardcover version though!!! If you liked the first one be sure to check out the next book in the series Abarat: Days of Magic, Nights of War. Daughters of Destiny series: Keeper of the Winds by Jenna Solitaire, If you enjoyed the first one check out the next three books in the series. Keeper of the Waters, Keeper of the Flames and Keeper of the Earth. The Abhorsen Trilogy (Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen) by Garth Nix The Maximum Ride series (The Angel Experiment, Schools Out Forever, Saving the World and Other Extreme Sports, The Final Warning) by James Patterson His Dark Materials trilogy (The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass) by Philip Pullman A Great and Terrible Beauty, Rebel Angels and The Far Sweet Thing by Libba Bray The Riddles of Epsilon by Christine Morton-Shaw The Cry of the Icemark by Stuart Hill, If you liked this one, check out the next two Blade of Fire and The Last Battle of the Icemark. The Haunting of Alaizabel Cray by Chris Wooding Inkheart and Inkspell and Inkdeath (coming soon!) by Cornelia Funke The Thief Lord by Cornelia Funke Holes by Louis Sanchar The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series by Ann Brashares Dreamland by Sarah Dessen A Mango Shaped Space by Wendy Mass The Morganville Vampire series (Glass Houses, Dead Girls Dance, Midnight Alley and Feast of Fools) by Rachel Cain The Inheritance Trilogy by Christopher Paolini The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien The Lord of the Rings trilogy by J.R.R. Tolkien Impulse by Ellen Hopkins The Secret Under My Skin by Janet McNaughton Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan All-American Girl by Meg Cabot The Wind Singer, Slaves of the Mastery and Firesong by William Nicholson Define “Normal” by Julie Ann Peters The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt Go Ask Alice by Anonymous The Sight and Fell by David Clement-Davies The Prophecy of the Stones by Flavia Bujor

What's a top drawer mystery or thriller series?

the enders game series by orson scott card it fits all the shit you just said its set in space though if that matters

What would i be when considered heir to the throne?

first of all, I think when James of Scotland (relation of Elizabeth 1) became king of Scotland and England that may have kicked you out of succession. Just out of curiosity, are you Catholic???? I think you do have royal blood, but since Royalty has evolved down a different tree, I doubt you would have a royal title. But it never hurts to find out, see if there are any royal lineage trees on the web. Check out and see if they can direct you to sites that trace royal dynasties. Elizabeth and Henry V111 were Tudors, which was a welsh family. I don't know if James was a Tudor, maybe he was a Stuart???well, how exciting, best of luck on your research

O God, how stupid is Stuart Scott on ESPN? He asked is Pittsburgh the best franchise in the NFL, Keyshawn said?

So Dallas has BEEN to one more, Pittsburgh has WON one more and is 2-1 against Dallas. Really doesn't being 2-1 against Dallas take Dallas out of the conversation? Heck maybe we need to say the 49ers are better because they didn't lose any.

What are suggestions to go with the middle name of Chales?

Seth Charles Ross Charles Graeme Charles Samson Charles Enoch Charles Joshua Charles Stuart Charles Gregor Charles Murdo Charles

Who Do you think killed Stuart on All My Children?

I agree that it is probably going to be someone we didn't see in the house with a gun (although just about everyone in Pine Valley was in the mansion that night!) there's very few left that we don't know their whereabouts at the time of the murder. I really don't think it's Liza. Unless they totally changed her character with this nu-Liza, the old Liza would never have killed Adam. She could be pretty ruthless, but I can't see her as a killer. At first I was thinking it could be nurse Gayle...but I don't think she would need a gun to kill Adam. There are plenty of David's drugs around that she has access to. I am leaning toward it being Marissa. Marissa was on her way out of town, very distraught and angry over the discovery of being sold by Krystal as an infant. I think she blames Adam for letting the cat out of the bag. She most likely doesn't know Stuart, so she could have easily mistaken him for Adam. I'm still pretty stumped as to why Stuart was dressed as Adam. Your guess may be right. That would be just like Stuart to protect Adam at any cost. Poor Stuart. I feel so bad for him and I will miss him. And it was a heartbreaking scene to watch Scott break down and cry over Stuart in the morgue.

Did anyone hear what magic Johnson said about hedo and gasol?

ofourse man sometimes magic dosent know what he is saying Kobe 35 pts 10 ast 6 rebs Pau 20 pts 12 rebs 6 asis Lamar 20 pts 8 reb off the bench Ariza 17 pts. 4 reb Walton 10 3 asis off the bench cant deny realy talent and hedo is also good too

Why do men think it looks good to wear clashing patterns in their ties, suits, and shirts?

Because they had to dress themselves for once. Maybe his woman was busy? lol

how Much Does Big Ben Wallace bench press?

All I know is that Vernon Gholston LB of the Jets can rep like 900lbs. edit: lol okay my bad, yeah 475lbs sounds about right.

What first and middle names go good with tthese?

Nathan William Simon Matthew Aaron Michael Oliver Dean Thomas Alexander Benjamin Henry Ethan Lucas Samuel Jeffrey Peter Craig Joseph Bradley William Noah John Zachary Ryan Nicholas Brendan Joshua Caleb Jude Evan Gregory Calvin Patrick Elliott George Kenneth Stuart Neil Robert Ian Christopher Tyler Harrison Colin Spencer Adam Theodore Sebastian Clark Russell Edward Kyle Maxwell Seth Vincent Anyways, hope this helped! :) Good luck with the quads -- you must be getting pretty close!

What did Mary Stuart say to the executioner in Elizabeth: The Golden Age?

don't know about the movie, but in real life the executioners asked her forgiveness to which she replied "I forgive you with all my heart." Also, because it supposedly took 2 strokes to behead her, some accounts say she whispered "Sweet Jesus." after the first stroke.

What happened to Scott Chandler on All My Children?

THey didn't say. Last we heard he was remodeling Stuart's house and wanted to keep busy since Madison didn't want him around. I think they'll get back together. I think JR hired someone to prevent him from completing the job. They might have dropped that storyline.

Who here is going to watch the pre-game show?

I'll be watching most of it, probably. BQ: Mike Torico & Hubie Brown. I like them, but I usually go for anyone not named Jeff Van Gundy.

What is the average income of a sports analyst on tv?

Depends on the job description. Let's get our terms right. A sports anchor person -- which is mostly was Cohn does -- has a certain role. ESPN isn't known for its big initial salaries, so some anchors certainly don't earn six figures. Scott has a variety of roles on a number of different shows, so he'd do better. Chris Berman probably is the highest paid anchor, as he has to be into seven figures by now. Analysts are often paid by the assignment. John Madden would make millions from NBC. Steve Tasker would earn x thousand per game from CBS. And so on down the line. Dick Vitale probably gets so much per game, but then makes a bunch of money from outside activities.

Does anyone Else think Stuart Scott Is annoying ?

Booooooya he is annoying. I just can't stand another BOOYA from him. He need to get another line for his ESPN show. I agree, Tom Jackson is awesome and he play in the NFL before he became an ESPN studio guy.

Did we really need a one hour special on ESPN for LeBron's decision?

It was a definite narcissistic and classless move. It doesnt matter that the proceeds went to charity, he just spit on the entire city of cleveland for an "easy way out" team. thats pathetic and i hope kharma bites him in the a$$

Wrestling: Sorry about the other Basketball Users messing with you guys?

the "wars" are kinda funny but its annoying. why cant wrestling and basketball just get along

For those that are watching the half time show on ABC?

ya, so does tmac

who was more annoying yesterday at the nba draft: stuart scott or steven a. smith?

i'm going with doris burke. they couldn't think of anything better than having her interview the families of the players getting drafted? she sucks.

What should the punishment be for the Chalmers & Arthur situation?

at least 10 games due to the fact that it takes balls for rookies who has never even played to do something like this. if it was the NFL, they would be suspended 3 games and forced to go to a substance abuse classes. The better the punishment better the example

How can you contact members of ESPN?

their email addresses are listed in give me 10 points, i will give u stuart scott's mobile number.

What is your opinion of women in sports journalism?

I perhaps have more respect for them than male counterparts as a group, because I know they have to overcome more obstacles to reach peaks in their profession. There is a certain degree of bias from the public that says women can't cover a men's support, although that is disappearing. There is the whole locker room issue, which is uncomfortable for both the female reporters and male athletes. (Interestingly enough, isn't it funny how the reverse never comes up?) Christine Brennan of USA Today wrote a book about growing up as a woman who loved sports that was quite good. I like to describe Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times as one of the five smartest people I've ever met. There are bunches of others. And I agree with your SportsCenter analysis.

Has ESPN developed a crisis team to deal with the Cowboys situation?

It's like the Cows are the only thing going. It's like they get one story and drag it out. Who cares, there are 31 other teams. Just another choke job in Dallas anyway.

Is Obama the best basketball player ever to be elected president of the united state ?

I sure hope so, this country will be in BIG trouble, if he can't play! ~

What does the national spelling bee have to do with sports?

Absolutely nothing.

How many more games will Stuart Scott embarass himself?

i can't stand Stuart Scott, never liked him....its like everytime he opens his mouth he tries to cover up the fact that he is an educated black man, and tries to sound like hes from the ghetto or something, with all the slang he tries know Stephen A Smith probably calls him out on it off camara lol. And yeah that eye is creapy as hell, you never know where he's looking lol.