Heck, I'll send a yummy ounce of fiber to the best one posted by the end of March. (Oh, yeah -- your name doesn't have to have Tuesday in it, any day of the week would do ... so you have control over which day it might appear, too!) all the usual smallprint would apply ... be sensible ...
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I think The Bellringer would be a very cute name :) Love the shop!
Why not the "Wether Report" ?
How about "For whom the Bell Toils"
from google-less Heidi:
"The Bell Toll", or even "The Belle Toll"
Bellwether according to the dictionary has several meanings: "information" and "guide".
So Bellwether Beacon or Bellwether Harbinger wuld be double plays on words, or Bellwether Roving Around or BellwetherReport all one word, or Fibellwether Report... I could go on and on-- it might be painful!
How about "Bellwether Spin"?
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