A caller named Todd says that when people meet him for the first time, they sometimes call him Scott, even if he’s wearing a nametag with his real name on it. It’s happened too many times to be a coincidence, he says, and wonders if there’s something about the double letters that registers the wrong name in people’s minds. Why do we get other people’s names wrong? This is part of a complete episode.
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