November 17

What’s Your Band Name?



For two weeks in a row, Kyle from Popple has posted something cool. He rocks. Maybe it’s because he’s getting married next month, which will make him a more complete person and he is getting closer to completeness.

Anyway, ever wonder what your name would be if you were in a band?

Here’s what you do:

1. Band Name: Random Wikipeda Link
2. Album Title: Random quote generator (take the last four words from the first quote on the page)
3. Album Art: Flickr Interesting Photo (pick one)

My Band Name: Venezuelan Ministry of Defense
My Album Title: and wealthy and dead (That’s totally depressing!)
[from: “Early to rise and early to bed makes a male healthy and wealthy and dead.” – James Thurber (1894 – 1961), New Yorker, Feb. 18, 1939 “The Shrike and the Chipmunks”]

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Greg is married to Jennifer. They've got five kids.

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  • Mine came out a little better sounding! 😉
    Band name: Making Life Easier
    Album name: For A Happy Tune (“Don’t need to say please to no man for a happy tune” Neil Diamond, 1941-present, from “Craklin’ Rosie”.
    Album art was a picture of a Trumpet flower…

  • Awesomeness! Mind if I share the game with others? Here are my results:

    Band Name: Bless You

    Album Title: Forget to be Afraid
    (The way you overcome shyness is to become so wrapped up in something that you forget to be afraid. ~ Lady Bird Johnson)

    Album Art

  • Gus definately had a band and played Neil Young not Neil Diamond. His band’s name was Resurrection.

  • What fun!

    My band name is: Composite Superman
    Album title: Will be better tomorrow (from a Dan Quayle quote: “The future will be better tomorrow”)
    Album cover: photo entitled “Abandon” by PM Wright

    blessings to your family and joy when your new little one arrives.

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