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(Baton Rouge Advocate)   Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors names F.King Alexander as finalist for university president after passing over Hugh Jass and Heywood Jablome   ( ) divider line 55
    More: Amusing, Hugh Jass, Cal State Northridge, F.King Alexander, decline to state, public hospital, LSU, doctoral degree, AAU  
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2013-03-21 06:24:31 PM  

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2013-03-21 07:26:23 PM  
F. King Alexander was the president of Murray State University, my alma mater. No one could ever figure out what the F. could have stood for so that he'd rather be known as F. King. Perhaps it was a fine Klingon name like his father Kern.
2013-03-21 08:04:57 PM  
I worked with an Indian guy whose name was Piza Chit. We would call his voice mail quite often just to hear him say his name.
2013-03-21 08:51:58 PM  
Paging Dr. Jarsoul! Dr. Hugh Jarsoul!
2013-03-22 02:23:46 AM  
Hey my alma mater! oh and fark this guy, even the professors would call him "ffffffking alexander"
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