May 30th – Ninja’s Name Nuggets

Quote of the Day

I don’t know why we are here, but I’m pretty sure that it is not in order to enjoy ourselves. – Ludwig Wittgenstein

Kathleen? I Know That Name Somewhere

Our team dug into famous, historical and even fictional people called Kathleen. The internet revealed curious conclusions.

Kathleen Kennedy Townsend (born 1951), Maryland politician and daughter of Robert F. Kennedy

Kathleen Sullivan: Kathleen Marie Sullivan (born August 20, 1955) is an American lawyer and name partner at Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan a global, litigation-only white shoe law firm headquartered in Los Angeles, California. Based in the firm’s New York City office, Sullivan chairs its national appellate practice group. She is the first and only woman name partner at an Am Law 100 law firm. Previously, Sullivan served as Dean of Stanford Law School where she was the Stanley Morrison Professor of Law.

Kathleen Meyer (born 7 December 1942) is a contemporary American nature writer whose first work How To Shit in the Woods was published in 1989. Her writing is characterized by the use of humor and irreverence. She has only two published works in print How to Shit in the Woods and Barefoot Hearted.

Kathleen Murphy (politician) American state representative from Virginia

Kathleen King: A.L. Kathleen King (1893-1978) was an Irish botanist and one of Ireland’s leading field bryologists.

Ending With Holmes

Last name Holmes is the #171 most common in the US. In consulting the 2010 US Census, we note a whopping 156,780 Holmes’s present in the United States.

John Holmes (British diplomat) (born 1951), British diplomat

Thomas Holmes: Thomas William Holmes (1898-1950), Canadian recipient of the Victoria Cross

Billy Holmes: William Holmes (cricketer) (1885-1951), English cricketer

James Holmes: James William Holmes (1956-1994), convicted murderer of Don Lehman

Jennifer Holmes (actress) (born 1955), American television actress

We ran a news search for Kathleen Holmes!

We have found not just anybody appears in the news. We’ve shouldered some process work and so here is the apotheosis for Kathleen Holmes

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