Just a little anecdote to show how common wacky names are:
A friend of mine from high school, who still lives in my hometown, recently had a baby. I was talking to my mom a few days ago, and mentioned that Sarah had had her baby, a little boy. Mom asked what they'd named him and I told her James (not the real name, but think a common, classic name). Mom seemed surprised and I asked her what was so surprising about the name. She said that she's gotten so used to everyone she knows naming their kid something yewneek that she was momentarily taken aback by something as normal as James.
To be fair, my small hometown is largely hippies with a good dollop of ultraconservative survivalist types, with the result that lots of the kids in town are called something like Bliss, Namaste or Rainbow, while another good chunk are called Maverick, some variation of "Tiffany" with an extra 8 vowels, or something involving gun parts or brands, such as Beretta.
It's an interesting town.