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10/08/2006 04:00 PM ID: 57489 Permalink   

Sports Fan Names Child ESPN Montana

 

When Leann Real gave birth to a son this week, she knew she would have to follow through with her promise to her sports fan husband. She promised him that if they ever had a son, she would let him choose its name.

Her husband, Rusty Real, chose ESPN ( pronounced Espen) after the sports network and Montana after football legend Joe Montana. The baby was born this week at Biloxi Regional Medical Center.

"We were the talk of the hospital," Rusty Real said. "The nurses kept asking my wife if she was really going to let her husband name him ESPN. She said, 'Oh, yes.'"

 
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  5 Comments
  
  Wow..  
 
Way to ruin your kid's early school years. That's grade A parenting.

Kids are not a goddamned billboard for your hobbies!
 
  by: velger   10/09/2006 01:04 AM     
  Yup they will  
 
Because they couldnt give a flying f*** about the childs happiness. Gotta love parents these days. Its about time the process should be licenced, as there are obviusly some extreamly under qualified people.
Also I wonder if ESPN will sue for copywrite infringement?
 
  by: ssxxxssssss   10/09/2006 01:15 AM     
  Funny  
 
I saw a dateline special, stating that is person name can keep them from getting a good job. I see it now, looking at their resume , they look at all the work info on the page, they see the name, what kind of clown name is this and toss it into the trash.
 
  by: thedrewman   10/09/2006 09:25 PM     
  ESPN can't sue.  
 
ESPN should be more worried with this child suing them for ownership of ESPN.com. :)
 
  by: insomniac84   10/11/2006 06:56 AM     
  How funny would it be  
 
if the kid grows up to hate sports?
 
  by: jaded fox     10/12/2006 12:38 PM     
 
 
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