Merrell In The Morning Fun You May Have Missed – March 10th, 2014
Fill Our Staplers Day: 10 (Also Nov. 3. Always Day after Daylight Savings Ends)
International Day of Awesomeness
Land Line Telephone Day: 10
Napping Day (Monday after daylight savings times)
Salvation Army Day
US Paper Money Day
1940 – Chuck Norris (Carlos Ray Norris )  – karate champion, actor: Code of Silence, Delta Force, Forced Vengeance, Lone Wolf McQuade, Missing in Action, Walker, Texas Ranger
1958 – Sharon Stone  – actress: Last Dance, Casino, The Specialist, Basic Instinct, Total Recall, War & Remembrance series, Above the Law, Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol, Allan Quartermain and the Lost City of Gold, King Solomon’s Mines, Calendar Girl Murders, Deadly Blessing, The Bay City Blues
1964 – Prince Edward (Edward Antony Richard Louis)  – royalty: Earl of Wessex and Viscount Severn: son and youngest child of Great Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh
1964 – Jasmine Guy  – actress: A Different World, America’s Dream, A Century of Women, Runaway, Harlem Nights, School Daze
1983 – Carrie Underwood  – is born in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Her 2005 participation in “American Idol” is a prologue to a career marked by soaring performances, platinum albums and a ream of Female Vocalist honors
2000 – [14th] Vince Gill marries Christian singer Amy Grant in Nashville, with about 75 people attending. Grant takes her vows barefoot
99 Characters In My Name, You Can Call Me Al
From nzherald.co.nz –
A New Zeleand man has changed his name to the longest legally allowed, after apparently losing a bet.
The 22-year-old man is now legally known as ‘Full Metal Havok More Sexy N Intelligent Than Spock And All The Superheroes Combined With Frostnova’ – just one character shy of Department of Internal Affairs’ (DIA) 100 character limit.
A message on an online forum, written by someone describing themselves as a friend of the man, said the name change was the result of a lost poker bet. Mr Frostnova could change his name again any time by completing the form correctly and paying the $127 fee. The process takes around eight days.
Names may not be accepted if they cause offence to a reasonable person, are unreasonably long, or without adequate justification include or resemble an official title or rank. In 2008, Family Court Judge Rob Murfitt publicly criticised some parents’ choice of names, after he ordered that a girl named Talula Does The Hula From Hawaii be taken into court custody so she could change her name.
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Our Man In Nashville – Jimmy Carter
Alumni Day at Phillies Spring Traiining game in Clearwater sunny and 65 pic.twitter.com/JdLobzkNiH
— Jimmy Carter (@askjimmycarter) March 8, 2014