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Jun 10, 2008
Twalt10: A quick FYI. "LORD" in English is the usual translation of the Hebrew Tetragrammaton (YHWH, often written with vowels as Yahweh) which is indeed God's 'proper name.' A "figure of speech" based on this can be--and usually is--irreverent. Hope that helps.
Jun 10, 2008
This is the reality!! I have actually seen people rising in their career graph using fake sloganeering! Saying "God, why are people so slow in our company?!" in front of your boss will make you stand out as the only serious soul in his eyes.
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Jun 9, 2008
LORD is not a name it's title. LORDY LORD is a figure of speach....
Jun 9, 2008
Don't worry, the employee seems to be addressing HIS lord, which I automatically assumed was not yours.
Jun 9, 2008
Pure GENIUS!! It's what happens at my place every day....
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