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11-06-2011 @ 1:16PM
"She literally read the "rn" as an "m" and didn't even question it. Amazing."What's amazing about that? If it was me, having no knowledge of who that is (so thanks for enlightening me today), and the tag was ratty, I could see this happen. I mean, without knowing the music, to me Cockburn is just as terrible of a name as Cockbum and I'd question the name more than the mistake. Seriously? Cockburn? Pronounce it Co-burn all you want, that's just trying to get out of being called an embarrassing name.Speaking of s/rn/m/, do you realize how many myspace hacks were simply a fake email linking to rnyspace.com and then making you sign in? Even as I type that, my font is close enough that I double checked to make sure I had typed the right thing.
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