Posted by ESC on January 17, 2000
In Reply to: Still Pending posted by Mary on January 17, 2000
: Instead of seeing ESC and Darren argue about the two countries where one acheived more in just over two hundred years than the other in thousands, can anyone answer the original question where John asks what constitutes a "junior" vs. "II"? Do you need just your parents first name to be a junior and the whole name to be II?
I did answer you. And here it is again: in the U.S., a boy is a junior if he is named after his father. First, middle and last name. If he is named after someone other than his father, like an uncle, he is a II.
Darren and I were arguing. We were discussing.