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SBOB: Choosing a Name

Time to pick a name for our new small business owner / entrepreneur's insight blog. This site will focus on the nitty gritty about business, not the Harvard MBA kind of stuff. The advice and info will be practical, down to earth and blunt.
Below are several potential names we've been playing with. Do any of these definitely turn you on or turn you off? Just leave a comment... thanks!
Bull On Biz

All Biz No Bull

Biz Beyond the BS

The Freestyle Entrepreneur

Business Savvy

Hard Knocks Business Model

Bitter Sweet – Real Life Business

Biz-a-holic

The Business Funhouse

The Misfortune 500

The Bullheaded Business Owner

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