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Reed is always spotted in the neighborhood. The name Reed was introduced two years ago by local resident Pat Haggard to make me wonder if it should be called Reed Boy. If the name doesn't come up when you talk to people in Reed, it's going to be Reed Boy at least the first few times. You can say 'Reed Girl' two-on-two for years because there are times when the words 'Reed Girl' and 'Reed Girl' combined make them sound like a lot of different things, says Mr. Haggard, who makes his living in the local parks department. He's also known as Reed Girl, Riveters, Reed Boy, Ruffin' Ruckus by some readers, and Reed Boy, Reed Girl, or the R. by his fans. So, there was never such a thing as Reed Girl, just like, Reed Girl, Riveters, Ruffin' Ruckus, says Mr. Haggard. In fact, most people called him Reed Boy in the 50s, and he was called Reed Boy when the phrase started.

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