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The Royal Baby has a name. George Alexander Louis. And they could’ve tossed a fourth one in there for good measure if they wanted to. The “George” may be from King George the Sixth, Queen Elizabeth’s father. The “Alexander” may be from the Queen’s middle name. And “Louis” might be a tribute to Lord Louis Mountbatten, who was the uncle of the Queen’s husband, Prince Phillip. Some other names that were apparently passed over?

John Cougar Mellencamp. John Jacob Jingle-Heimer-Schmidt. Andrew Lloyd Weber. Peter, Paul and Mary. Heck, I could’ve been King. My FULL name? Gust James Dino Tripodis and┬ádespite the “royal-looking moniker”┬áthe only throne I’m in line for is at my house and has a magazine rack next to it.

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Kiefer Sutherland confused by Freddie Prinze, Jr. blast

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Sony looks to revive the Playstation network

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