Parent's Gamble On Baby Boy's Name Parents have named their son GoldenPalace.com. As part of an ad campaign, the Internet casino paid $15,000 for the naming rights. But it's not even original. Other children and even a grownup share the same name.
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Parent's Gamble On Baby Boy's Name

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Parent's Gamble On Baby Boy's Name

Parent's Gamble On Baby Boy's Name

Parent's Gamble On Baby Boy's Name

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Parents have named their son GoldenPalace.com. As part of an ad campaign, the Internet casino paid $15,000 for the naming rights. But it's not even original. Other children and even a grownup share the same name.

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