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T he popularity of your name is likely far different today than it was the year you were born. The following interactive shows you which name had the same popularity in the past year and every decade since as yours did the year you were born, using newly released baby name data for Do next: Find out which state best matches your personality. Name trends are provided by the Social Security Administration.
But not jarring. My curiosity rose to a whole new level the day I discovered an amazing website called The Baby Name Wizard , and especially their Voyager tool, which lets you plug in a few letters or a whole name and see a visual depiction of its corresponding popularity trends over time. The Voyager is delicious and rents permanent space in my Dark Playground. Of course, as soon as it was the topic of this post, putting Voyager play time in the Dark Woods for the first time ever, the monkey suddenly wanted to do other things and kept clicking away from the page. So, for all these reasons, it seemed like the right time for a post about names, trends, and the things expecting parents need to think about as they make this decision. But the Top 10 in only includes one name from that list—William. People used to be almost uniformly conformist. This is part of a broader trend away from conformity: In , the Top 4 boys names John, William, James, George covered one in every four boys. This category is perfect for parents who are far too thrilled with themselves and are having far too special a child for a Timeless or Top 10 Name, but who also look down upon those who go for a Super Weird Name as annoying or unclassy.
It is also the opening song of that album. The song was ranked at 26 on " VH1 's Greatest Songs of the '90s". Producer Dr. Siffre, who is openly gay , said in a interview that he refused to clear the sample until sexist and homophobic lyrics were removed from the song: "Dissing the victims of bigotry — women as bitches, homosexuals as faggots — is lazy writing. Diss the bigots not their victims. During the time the song was released, Eminem and Insane Clown Posse were having a "rap feud". After the release of this song, Insane Clown Posse parodied this song with a song called "Slim Anus". The song is mixed with Jay Z 's song " Izzo H.