April 17, 2009
Your name isn’t good enough for NPR
What would your name be if you were the kind of person who would be a National Public Radio correspondent? Bob Roberts? Not likely.
Here’s the problem, NPR personalities don’t seem to have names like you and me, they have names like Jacki Lyden, Farai Chideya and Lourdes Garcia-Navarro. Who can compete against names like Lakshmi Singh, Korva Coleman or Renita Jablonski. Check out this List of National Public Radio personnel.
Luckily, Liana has found the NPR name formula so you too can have a great NPR name.
Lianablog – Your NPR Name
Here?s how it works: You take your middle initial and insert it somewhere into your first name. Then you add on the smallest foreign town you?ve ever visited.
I guess I’d be Leuke Rosarito or maybe maybe not.
HT: Woot Blog
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