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Thread: Opinions on Jed

  1. #6
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    Wow. As a redneck from Alabama who shops at Bass Pro and got a doctorate from The University of Alabama (Roll Tide), I'm incredibly offended by most of these comments. I'll take the "butt end" of the South over any place populated by close-minded folks like y'all.

  2. #8
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    Because you have never ever used a stereotype ever. As we all know, the South is renowned for it's open-mindedness.

  3. #10
    Sticking to the question...I love the name, Jed!
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  4. #12
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    Jed is actually pretty popular in Australia: their were 36 Jed's born in NSW in 2011. I personally don't like it.
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  5. #14
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    I love it. I am British and really like deep southern names.

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