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'our' is not 'my'
I was cleaning up some old code which did not use strict.
As it used a lot of global vars, I was forced to use our, the way you explained. I didn't know the exact meaning before
The same name on every site (unless it is taken already)
A different name for every site
The same name for sites I don't care about, but different names on sites I do care about
Different names for sites I don't care about, but the same name on sites I do care about
The anonymous account
Someone else's username
Root, after hacking into the site
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