Seems it was inevitable.
I'm confused.My black cat, with a mean streak, is NEWT, which is actually an acronym for Nasty Evil Wicked Thing.My suicidal Tom, who fights maniacally in spite of strategic amputations, is FONZI. This, of course, is an acronym for Feline Of Near Zero Intelligence.Do these count as human names? I really prefer being a software engineer.Samsam
I see nothing there to disqualify you. We have six cats as well, and while some of them have names not normally found being attached to people, ever since Frank Zappa named his daughter Moon Unit, it seems anything goes for people names. So technically, our cats have what might be people names.
Hmm. It seems I missed my calling. I was supposed to be a librarian.
I don't know if your still watching Dollhouse, but S. 2 Ep. 6 has Summer Glau with librarian glasses. . . on a chain.http://www.hulu.com/watch/111634/dollhouse-the-left-hand#s-p1-so-i0
I guess I get something resembling half credit: I named mine for Greek goddesses, and get away with having librarian as a small part of my job as a whole.Jim
I has no cats... :-) Guess I don't qualify!
Of course I've given my cats people names. I give my CARS people names. :)
I got out at "overpaid babysitter" however, sometimes I feel like that and I still love books.
The comments on the link got pretty personal. My 2 cents are that cats or not, a good librarian is someone that can distill a great deal of information into something helpful. Useful ability to have around.
On the other hand, it's good to know that you're not fighting destiny. :)
The sad thing is, this works equally well for IT tech support.My cats are named Gabriel and Constance, and my car is name Athena.
This was pretty much the reasoning that I followed, except the cats thing.
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