Morton Fox (mortonfox) wrote,
Morton Fox
mortonfox

The name is Five... Friday Five

1. Is the name you have now the same name that's on your birth certificate? If not, what's changed?
Yes.

2. If you could change your name (first, middle and/or last), what would it be?
Honestly, I never thought about it.

3. Why were you named what you were? (Is there a story behind it? Who specifically was responsible for naming you?)
I don't know. My parents did although whether they consulted with anyone else is not known to me. My first name literally translates to "precious mountain".

4. Are there any names you really hate or love? What are they and why?
Umm... I'll have to get back to you on that.

5. Is the analysis of your name at kabalarians.com accurate? How or how isn't it?
The closest spelling they have to my name is "Poshaun". (Is there anyone named Polydegmon??) kabalarians.com has annoying URL redirection so I can't link directly to it. So here it is:

Your first name of Poshaun has given you a very practical, hard-working, systematic nature. Your interests are focused on technical, mechanical, and scientific things, to the exclusion of interests of an artistic, musical, or social nature. You have a rather skeptical outlook on life and rather materialistic standards. In reaching your goals, you are very independent and resourceful, patient and determined. You can be so very positive and definite in your own ideas and opinions that others sense a lack of tact and friendliness in your manner of expression. You are inclined to be rather demanding and self-centred in your personal wants, and your own desires can be so overriding that you fail to recognize or appreciate the feelings, opinions, or desires of others. As a consequence, difficulties in relations within the family or with close associates can arise.

That's actually pretty darn accurate. The only exception is I'd like to think I don't completely exclude social and artistic interests. However, after reading some of the other profiles, I'm guessing that those are written generically enough to be mostly correct for anyone.

http://www.fridayfive.org
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