alietr wrote:I totally would have named my son "Harvard" or "Stanford" or something like that.
I would have gone with "Hey", but then, I'm like that.
(I remember when I was a teenager I thought it would be cool for me to name my son Mark Alan Robert Kendall or Jack Andrew Clinton Kendall or something like that (if you haven't figured out why yet, you will, just give it time). Fortunately, when I actually did have children, I had a level headed person (ie my wife) there also picking names.)
As to the Captain America movie, am I the only boardie who didn't even know there was such a thing? Yes, I am Canadian, but I do watch American TV (sometimes even with American ads), and we basically get the same movies as you do, I don't see why they wouldn't release Captain America here, even though he's not a Canadian comic book hero like Johnny Canuck or Superman.
(Yup, Superman was created by a Canadian!) That being said, however, despite having no knowledge of the upcoming movie, I still got the clue, ruling out Superman and Batman for the time period and the stand-alone part, and thinking 1941 (a patriotic year in recent American history) would fit with a Captain America introduction, he made the most sense given all the parts of the clue.