As a youngster I remember reading a short story by Arthur C. Clark called "The Nine Billion Names of God."
If Sir Arthur was around now, I think he could write a companion piece called "The Nine Billion Names of E. F. Haufe.
In addition, he's appeared wigh such monikers as Meade Skelton, Brian, Son of Flintstone, and McCheese.
Any I missed?
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