Off topic: Acronyms
Thread poster: casey

casey
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Nov 14, 2006

Sometimes it's difficult to come up with an acronym for your association. At the very least, though, you should check with someone to make sure your acronym isn't catchy for the wrong reasons:

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michiko tsumura  Identity Verified
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Shall I tell them? Nov 17, 2006

"Almost Japanese" was funny, but this one is painful.

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casey
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They probably already know.... Nov 17, 2006

I would say by now someone has told them. It's probably too late now that they have registered a domain and published their e-mail addresses. Definitely a hard-to-forget domain name.

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