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suzecat

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It takes a lot to rile the Meister.........he's really mellow............and I believe he is fond of his first name AS IT WAS GIVEN TO HIM AT BIRTH (not shouting, just putting in extra emphasis). So maybe the forum needs an unwritten rule to refer to Bryan/CM as Bryan, not Brian. We have some Brians already and referring to CM as Brian, not Bryan, just confuses this blonde:D
 

chuchu59

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I second that. With newcomers they can be excused but with old-timers, come on, we shouldnt repeat these mistakes in this forum. Brian (oops), Bryan doesnt mind but we should give him due respect.
 

Casinomeister

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When members address me with the "i" form, I rarely respond since I assume they are referring to someone else :D

Besides, it pronounced differently. :p

You'd be surprised how many people address me with the "i" form in emails, yet my email address contains the "y" form of my name :rolleyes:
 

bb28

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Nov 18, 2006
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it wasnt some casinos CS department was it :D

:lolup::lolup: Good one! Thanks for giving me a good laugh this morning.
Hey maybe CM should start a new forum heading......titled, How to be an inept customer service person. :rolleyes:
Some stories are just so freakin bad it's almost unbelievable!
 

kakata

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:lolup::lolup: Good one! Thanks for giving me a good laugh this morning.
Hey maybe CM should start a new forum heading......titled, How to be an inept customer service person. :rolleyes:
Some stories are just so freakin bad it's almost unbelievable!

Many do not need a lesson.
They are champs already in being inept.:rolleyes:
 

pacers31

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As a "Brian", I understand "Bryan". It never fails that those of us that are "i's" are referred to as "y's" and vice versa! I feel your pain man!!
 

just play

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When members address me with the "i" form, I rarely respond since I assume they are referring to someone else :D

Besides, it pronounced differently. :p

You'd be surprised how many people address me with the "i" form in emails, yet my email address contains the "y" form of my name :rolleyes:


I don't think I ever call you Bryan. I don't know you well enough in my mind.

No one EVER gets my name or my 2 daughters names spelt right. I mean NEVER.

What about telemarketers that can never get your name right. Say your last name is something simple like Smith....the telemarketers always say "Hello Mrs. Smeeth." hahahahahahaha
 

PurpleZelda

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London
What about telemarketers that can never get your name right. Say your last name is something simple like Smith....the telemarketers always say "Hello Mrs. Smeeth." hahahahahahaha

Tell me about it...I get mistaken for Sandra all the time!! :eek2:

ZELDA = SANDRA ??

I can't blame them though, how many Zelda's do you know?
 

solarrocker

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I can't blame them though, how many Zelda's do you know?

Just know the game Zelda from the old NES console game, Zelda was actually the princess, Link was the guy with the sword

I actually had to change my name for my job, many English/Spanish speaking people couldn't pronounce my Dutch name.
 

GGW Laurie

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In the Beautiful South !!
there is a difference when you spell and pronounce someones name....i hate it when people pronounce my name as lori, i always say its laurie....rhymes with sorry:D.......
 
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