It's fun to stay at the Y?

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The obvious solution is to say indoors as much as possible and by the end of the week that leaves me feeling a bit giddy. As a result, my meanderings through the blawgosphere tend toward the whimsical, which means I was utterly delighted by the recent news that the YMCA has decided to officially change its name to the Y. According to the Y’s own press guidance, ''the Y'' should be written with a lower case ''t'' unless used at the start of a sentence.

Although this is a national rebranding, there will be no national recall of Village People eight track cassettes. Victor Willis, the original lead singer of the Village People, released a statement announcing that the band will not change the words of the iconic song, nor shorten the dance in which people spell out the letters YMCA with their arms.

Although the story is making its way around the legal blogs, it’s hard to find a solid legal angle leading me to believe that everyone is just as tickled by the story as I am.

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