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  • #16
    Dear Mr. Glindros:

    I remain unmollified by your flip treatment of this serious matter.

    I insist on a written apology for the humilliation I've suffered and punitive damages in the amount of $100,000 paid immediately to the HBIC Foundation whose sole purpose is to enhance the quality of life of persons possessing my appelation.

    I expect to hear from you immediately to arrange payment.

    Determinedly,

    Ms. Jan M. Schroeder
    Founder and President,
    HBIC Foundation
    "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Jan View Post
      Dear Mr. Glindros:

      I remain unmollified by your flip treatment of this serious matter.

      I insist on a written apology for the humilliation I've suffered and punitive damages in the amount of $100,000 paid immediately to the HBIC Foundation whose sole purpose is to enhance the quality of life of persons possessing my appelation.

      I expect to hear from you immediately to arrange payment.

      Determinedly,

      Ms. Jan M. Schroeder
      Founder and President,
      HBIC Foundation


      Dear Ms. Schroeder,

      Organizations like yours are at the very heart of the problem that The 26 Group is combating and winning I might add. Eliteists who feel that their initials place them above others lead to charges of discrimination, only serve to keep the common man down, and deny hope of better life to all but a select few.

      The damages you have suffered pale in comparison to others. Take the case Jane Johnson. In a rare example of actual 'J' discrimination, Ms. Johnson was repeatedly turned down for dates by one Mr. C. Kent. She says he loved 'L' 's and refused to entertain her advances.

      Some examples of letter discrimination are even more insideous. Consider the "fair" policy of arranging students in alphabetical order. What choice does young Zachery Zunubu get? Absolutely none.

      Letter discrimination is an ugly practice. Groups such as yours just serve to promote such outdated concepts.

      We are not however insensitive to the plight of those who have been harmed by letter abuse such as yourself. To compensate any injury or loss you have suffered, we have made a sizeable donation to our own group in your name.

      Best Wishes

      Mr. Glindros


      Advocate
      The 26 Group
      "Promoting equal opportunities for non 'J' names"
      What a wonderful world you live in. -
      Yeah, well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent and I get to make my own hours.

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      • #18
        Mr. Glindros:

        How dare you presume that I would want my name associated with your organization in any way?! Obviously, on top of callously mis-spelling my name and in a way stealing my very identity, for what else is a name other than the visual representation of one's own self, you've gone even further and insulted me grievously and defamed my name.

        You'll be hearing from my lawyers shortly. I'm represented by the firm of AEIOUANDSOMETIMESY, LLC.

        Shocked, overwrought and troubled,

        I am ever,

        Jan M. Schroeder
        Founder and President,
        HBIC Foundation
        "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

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        • #19
          Dear Ms. Schroeder,

          I would like to compliment you on your choice of attorneys. The partners of AEIOUANDSOMETIMESY, LLC. have formed our vowel board at The 26 Group since our founding.

          They have been central to virtually every one of our core statements. From animosity in name spellings, to consulting on our children's book freely distributed in 26 states, "Yes Michele, It's great to have one L in your name", they have been instrumental to our stucture.

          I am certain they will counsel you on the positive world outlook our group provides.

          I suppose if you find your name defamed, options are available. Name changes should never be an option in our opinion. We encourage members to take a positive view about their name, not on their name as a whole but each individual letter, especially the initials.

          To assist your efforts, our researchers have investigated the intials J-M-S. Unfortuately all they have found is a reference to a female undergarments maker, a computer coding language, and a writer who wrote for a show called "Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors" (Notice the prominent 'J'!) and wrote a play based on the Snow White fable.

          You should view this as a chance to make your initals your own and build their reputation with your deeds and actions, rather than be pulled down by the dubious accomplishments of others.

          Perhaps some dilectic synergy can occur between your obvious enthusiasm, the need to elevate the standing of your initials and our need for a goodwill spokesperson. Our showcasing of someone with a 'J' would be a testiment to our work of inclusion, and show your ability to overcome the elitest 'J' that you bear.

          We await your decision.

          Hopefully Yours

          Mr. Glindros

          Advocate
          The 26 Group
          "Promoting equal opportunities for non 'J' names"
          Last edited by glindros; 04-01-2009, 03:20 PM.
          What a wonderful world you live in. -
          Yeah, well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent and I get to make my own hours.

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          • #20
            (It's awful quiet, did I out type Jan?)
            What a wonderful world you live in. -
            Yeah, well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent and I get to make my own hours.

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            • #21
              Mr. Gindros:

              I'm truly at a loss to comprehend you're insistance on welling on the letter 'J' when, if you were to actually read what I wrote, my indignation was based on your misspelling of my name by omitting the letter 'C'.

              In the future, I suggest you address any further correspondence through my representation. I don't feel that direct communication between us would be beneficial at any level.

              Ms. Jan Schroeder
              etc. etc....
              "As empathy spreads, civilization spreads. As empathy contracts, civilization contracts...as we're seeing now.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Jan View Post
                Mr. Gindros:

                I'm truly at a loss to comprehend you're insistance on welling on the letter 'J' when, if you were to actually read what I wrote, my indignation was based on your misspelling of my name by omitting the letter 'C'.

                In the future, I suggest you address any further correspondence through my representation. I don't feel that direct communication between us would be beneficial at any level.

                Ms. Jan Schroeder
                etc. etc....
                Thanks Jan, that was a hoot.

                I hope everyone reading this thread has enjoyed it.

                Happy April Fool's Day
                What a wonderful world you live in. -
                Yeah, well, the rent is cheap, the pay is decent and I get to make my own hours.

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                • #23
                  "The 26 Group" is the most inspired bit of lunacy I've read in a while. And I deal with the US Department of Education on an almost daily basis!
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