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    omd is known as oddly marked derriere.

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Called by G.:                                       30 Jun 2014 15:04:04
Assigned to scshunt:                                30 Jun 2014 15:20:12

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<alpine.LRH.2.01.1406301200250.31381@hymn01.u.washington.edu>
Exhibit by G.:

On Mon, 30 Jun 2014, Henri Bouchard wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 30, 2014 at 2:47 PM, Kerim Aydin <kerim@u.washington.edu> wrote:
> > On Mon, 30 Jun 2014, Henri Bouchard wrote:
> >> [3] also known as "obsequious maitre d'", "offense most dire",
> >>     "obviously mentally disturbed", "officer most demissive", "only
> >>     minor downsizing",  "occasionally much discord", "offering
> >>     marked displeasure," "originating much doubt", "obloquy meriting
> >>     dodo", "organic matter dispenser", "okitewa myou da", "obscenely
> >>     mindless duty-bearer", "once mendacious dispatcher", "optatively
> >>     momentary dictator", "omitting minor details", "overlord mind
> >>     decorticator", "orange monkey dishwasher", "OBJURGATE MY
> >>     DADDOCK", "one more dance", "orthogonal matrix determinant",
> >>     "operationally meaningful designation", "orator mellitae
> >>     dementiae", "organizing mass demonstrations", "obscure
> >>     motivational doctrine", "objectively modern democrat", or
> >>     "obstinate moderately defensive."
> >
> > CoE:  I do not "know" any current player by any of these nicknames.
> >
> > -operationally muddled disputant
> >
>
> You may not know a player by those nicknames, but I do, so therefore,
> he is known as those names.
CFJ:  omd is known as offense most dire.  I bar Henri
CFJ:  omd is known as oddly marked derriere.  I bar Henri
Arguments
In CFJ [citation needed], it was found that I could "give" root the
nickname Beverly, and use it in direct context of a message, but that
the use of such temporary nicknames did NOT have an effect on the
nickname tracked by the Registrar.  Recently, omd has started signing
messages with three-word phrases with the initials omd.  I claim that
this does NOT make em "known by" such names.  If it does when omd
uses it (first CFJ), then it should be when others use it (second CFJ).

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<1404155429.12534.31.camel@tundra>
Exhibit by ais523:

On Mon, 2014-06-30 at 12:00 -0700, Kerim Aydin wrote:
Gratuitous arguments: Many players seem to be interpreting the signature
rule as allowing a particular signature /pattern/. For instance, omd
signs eir messages using words that start with "o", "m", and "d";
Roujo's messages tend to have a signature that involves translations or
synonyms for "red water" ("Roujo" itself can be seen as following this
pattern, phonetically in French).
G. recently signing messages using omd's signature pattern is actually
pretty confusing, given that it's a similar situation as a player using
a nickname belonging to another player. It's unclear whether a signature
pattern can belong to more than one player, but it seems unlikely. (The
situation seems comparable to that of hashtag wars on Twitter, where two
different communities will attempt to use the same, globally-namespaced,
name for different things, confusing searches.)

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