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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueGray View Post
    and soon thereafter come up with a name. As I have decent Si this may be connected.
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    When I was young, I turned down a VERY nice girl. (Yeah, irony.)

    I have not talked to her in YEARS (like, MANY years.) The other day I was driving in my home town and decided to get some taco bell. I went up to the drive thru and a voice came across the speaker. I thought to myself "hmm... that sounds kind of familiar..." At that point though, I had no idea who it was.

    Lo and behold, I pull up to the window and get my food and there she is! It was a slightly tense moment, she didn't have anything to say about me as I tried to play it off by being friendly to her. Oh well. I get what I deserve I guess. :-/

    So, yes, I would say I remember voice prints very well.
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    It might be Si - I'm not an SJ but I have Si as one of my functions, and not only do I have great voice recognition, but I also am adept at mimicking the speech patterns and vocal intonations etc. of people that I'm close to.

    I'm terrible with names, though. Geez.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d@v3 View Post
    When I was young, I turned down a VERY nice girl. (Yeah, irony.)

    I have not talked to her in YEARS (like, MANY years.) The other day I was driving in my home town and decided to get some taco bell. I went up to the drive thru and a voice came across the speaker. I thought to myself "hmm... that sounds kind of familiar..." At that point though, I had no idea who it was.

    Lo and behold, I pull up to the window and get my food and there she is! It was a slightly tense moment, she didn't have anything to say about me as I tried to play it off by being friendly to her. Oh well. I get what I deserve I guess. :-/

    So, yes, I would say I remember voice prints very well.
    Haha that's what I'm talking about - at least you knew it was familiar even after so many years. Must've been pretty strange in your case though.

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    Yeah it really sucked..... it just brought back a lot of bad/old memories. Oh well, that's what I get for rollin' in my home town. :-/
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