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Old 09-09-2011, 10:09 PM   #4
cannasnow
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I wouldn't think there would be a difference, the letters are still the same regardless of what case they are in.

Cannasnow, cannasnow, CANNASNOW....... all the same word.
However, without context, cannasnow isn't necesarily a name or label.

My name is spelt conventionally on my brith certificate.
I do think that there is a difference. Is your name spelled out ALL CAPS or not on your birth certificate?

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Your straw man (Strawman) is an artificial person created by law at the of your birth, the inscription of an ALL-CAPITAL LETTERS NAME on your birth certificate/document, which is a document of title and a negotiable instrument. Your lawful, Christian name of birthright was replaced with a legal, corporate name of deceit and fraud. Your name in upper and lower case letters (Jane Mary Doe) has been answering when the legal person, your name in ALL-CAPTIAL LETTERS (JANE MARY DOE), is addressed, and therefore the two have been recognized as being one and the same. When, you Jane Mary Doe, the lawful being distinguish yourself as another party than the legal person, the two will be separated.
Source: http://www.nmcservices.net/strawman.html
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