The royal nicknames come from the Wikipedia
List of nicknames of European royalty and nobility that gave me the idea for the project earlier this year. I wrote some scripts to strip out the names and take a guess at the "good" ones (ones that start "the" or "de", etc) You can see the full list of over 2000 nicknames here.
The names in that cleaned-up list are unique, but of course originally there were plenty of duplicates. Here are the 20 most popular royal nicknames:
You know, that's a few more Barracks Emperors than I thought history would actually need.
||the Barracks Emperor||25|
||the Emperor of the Army||25|
...of the moment
One (grudgingly admitted) advantage of winter: winter coats with big pockets, less of a need for the man bag.
http://tinyurl.com/6moyv3 , Obama citizenship "fight" Schultz:"These are scientists. They should all come to the same conclusion." HaHA!
Firefox 3 cares not for your pixel art.
Annoyed by how my To Read bookshelf consists of an ever increasing percentage of the tall books that aren't as subway friendly...