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Raleigh Councilman Offers Child Naming Rights To Google

March 29th, 2010 03:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Anonymous Meoward writes “In what may be the weirdest perk proposed by a municipal authority to entice business, city councilman Bonner Gaylord has offered to name his unborn children Sergey and Larry, after the founders of Google. All he wants in return is the search giant to build its proposed high-speed fiber-optic network in Raleigh.”

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