Up first, a man auctioned his entire life on eBay last week and he reportedly wasn't too happy about the 384-thousand-dollar selling price. The British man sold his house, car, job and even introductions to his friends among other possessions on the website because he said he needed a fresh start after breaking up with his wife. According to the man, his home in the Australian city of Perth was worth the selling price alone.
And a man from New Mexico had a unique request for a name change, and his appeal to the initial court rejection was upheld. The man, who currently goes by the name Variable, attempted to change his name to a phrase including a 4-letter obscenity. The new name? F-Censorship. He claimed that the name change denial was illegal government censorship. According to the law, the court can strike down a name change if it is ruled offensive to common decency and good taste. This law was clarified in 2004 when the same man changed his name to Variable from his previous name of Snap-happy Fish-suit Mokiligon. You can currently find a self-made video of the Albuquerque man on YouTube speaking about the court's censorship in this latest case.
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