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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

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    Didn't make the list.....Does that mean I'm not here??, C'mon, there have GOT to be a good number of Zaccone 's out there!!!! RAISE YOUR HANDS ZAC PACK!!!
    Isn't that one of those things that has pizza in a shell?
    You're thinking of a Calzone...
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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    Straight in at number 781 with a bullet!

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    #1- you know the boys were good. We just kept on given'r shit. We were almost surpassed by the johnsons in the early 1900's. But the team of 1922 had a really good year, pulling away (and not pulling out) in the surname race. Ever since the 22 rally the Smith's have had a firm but yet delicate grip on the future of mankind.

    I think it's time the world learned. Since it is already beginning and impossible to stop i can tell you. Our plan was, we figure by year 2500-3000 at the latest, the whole world will consist of a tan or slightly brown human by the surname of Smith. This would unify the world making quality of living a non-issue. There would be no countries. Only Smiths. ;D

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    "jessejames09" wrote:
    #1- you know the boys were good. We just kept on given'r pooh. We were almost surpassed by the johnsons in the early 1900's. But the team of 1922 had a really good year, pulling away (and not pulling out) in the surname race. Ever since the 22 rally the Smith's have had a firm but yet delicate grip on the future of mankind.

    I think it's time the world learned. Since it is already beginning and impossible to stop i can tell you. Our plan was, we figure by year 2500-3000 at the latest, the whole world will consist of a tan or slightly brown human by the surname of Smith. This would unify the world making quality of living a non-issue. There would be no countries. Only Smiths. ;D
    I can't believe you told everyone the plan!
    You just blew your "Jesse James" cover too.
    Now I'll have to kick it into overdrive with my slightly brown wife before all the Larsons in Minnesota get busy next winter....

    Wait, not so bad after all.

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    This thing is pretty sweet.

    My girlfriends surname is the 69th.

    I think it needs to be recalibrated though.

    It keep saying my surname is "the shit".


    All the kids my age pee their pants, it's the coolest.

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    mine is definatly not in there,I suppose it helps that i was born in russia and even there u couldnt find a person with my surname wich i will not disclose here for fear of ridicule

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    not even on the list. I guess it do have an odd last name.

    kfdjajdfjadjfal;kdjlkajsdjfa is my last name.

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    not even on the list. I guess it do have an odd last name.

    kfdjajdfjadjfal;kdjlkajsdjfa is my last name.
    When you spell it do you just hit the keyboard randomly with your fingers?

    Thanks to PPE for the sig.

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    "cogitans" wrote:
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    not even on the list. I guess it do have an odd last name.

    kfdjajdfjadjfal;kdjlkajsdjfa is my last name.
    When you spell it do you just hit the keyboard randomly with your fingers?
    of course not. lol

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    Re: How common is your surname in America?

    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    "cogitans" wrote:
    "michaelmazid" wrote:
    not even on the list. I guess it do have an odd last name.

    kfdjajdfjadjfal;kdjlkajsdjfa is my last name.
    When you spell it do you just hit the keyboard randomly with your fingers?
    of course not. lol
    Figures.

    Did it take you long to learn to spell it as a kid.

    Thanks to PPE for the sig.

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