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Matt Justice sounds like a 70's TV character on one of those Quinn Martin production shows like 'Mannix', 'Cannon' or 'Barnaby Jones'. Might be before your time but they always had three acts like a play and a trained monkey could solve the crime. Matt Justice sounds like one that would star a Burt Reynolds wannabe with a bushy 70's moustace. He would have a law office near Malibu, drive a Camero, wear a cowboy hat, have a friend with a shady past played by a guy who only other TV experience was on Love American Style, romance a new blonde each week, have a friend that was a gal who worked in justice department and would let him get classified info because she really liked him but he was oblivous or shallow and he always get his man in 60 minutes or less.
It is so amazing how one slight name alteration could so perfectly encapsulate my character.
i actually know someone named justice. he spells it justis (http://www.justiskao.com). he's an R&B singer.hey, maybe YOU should be an R&B singer!
There's also a rather famous poet named Donald Justice.But I don't know anyone who knows him.From what you are saying, Eva, it makes me wonder if this is sort of an artsy name. Hmmmmm.
do i remember you saying that you and krista have an agreement that she gets to name the girls and you get to name the boys? if yall have a boy you could name him Matt Justice. the double first name is the hot southern thing to do. and that way he would be distinguished from you, just plain Matt, and you could live vicariously through him.
We do, indeed, have such an agreement. And I like your idea. I would modify it slightly so that his name would be Mancub Justice Mikalatos. Thanks for the help!
Matt Justice sounds like the name of one of the wrestlers that the WWF used over and over again in random matches. You know the random guy who weighed 115 dripping wet, and always got the snot kicked out of him. Which only makes it that much cooler