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I laughed hysterically whenever I saw this name. I think that any person who wants to have a serious name for anyone or anything should stray away from this.
-- Sai-chan  5/19/2007
Publius was the alias of several men involved in writing "The Federalist Papers". These papers were published in New York while the state was very much anti-Constitution, to defend and explain the Constitution. The authors involved were Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay.
-- BrendanMcC.  7/14/2008
I can definitely sense some obvious teasing potential from the way it looks i.e. "pubes". I dislike this name and can't see what there is TO like. :|
-- Anonymous User  8/6/2014
It sounds like a library, but a dusty one, that smells of old parchment.
-- livie42  10/6/2014

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