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The Peyton Effect: for sociologists of the future

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Somewhere, there're statistics of the number of babies named Peyton in Tennessee during and after Peyton Manning's tenure at the Unversity of Tennessee.
Reports from Indiana have said that the name Peyton has also become much more popular in their state because of his time in Indianapolis.

Most don't look into the character of the parents who wanted to call out to Peyton every day for eighteen years.

So far, however, I can report that with rampant teenaged misbehaviour in Tennessee, I have yet to see a young man named Peyton named in crime reports. The time will probably come, but I haven't seen it yet.

In forty or fifty years, when every statistic that can be retrieved from a computer will be available, I hope that crime statistics will look into my hypothesis:

Babies named Peyton come from families that care and think about the future and have a lower crime rate than the population in general.

I'd also be interested to know what first names are best chosed for a life of genetically predestined thuggery.

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