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(Though, of course, I can't leave comments on most of my friends' pages like I could last month, because they're on Google Plus, and I'm suspended.)
mode=viewprofile&u=159And a further assortment of links to places where I'm known by Tablesaw on line, and where I interact with people who call me Tablesaw offline.
(Though it does raise the question of why you'd asked for a But you do want "the name your friends, family or co-workers usually call you", and I've already given it to you—you've had it for over seven years. Because, to be honest, there's a problem with your "Common Name" request, which is that I don't have just one common name. One of them I listed as my main profile name (in fact, as I said, I listed it as my main profile name seven years ago), the other I've listed as a nickname under privacy lock.As far as I can tell, my two common names are also nicknames (since neither is, obviously, the name that my local government rigorously identifies me as).Now, I can see how helpful it is to have that other name in my nickname field, locked down under security so that only people whom I choose can see it, but beyond that, I don't see what your problem is with which common name I've placed where.I'm assuming that you can see that, with Google Profile powers, but I'm not going to mention it in this post, because it is, still, an open letter.You're not really clear on what the difference is between a "common name" and a "nickname" really is.
There's not a whole lot I can do to talk to you as you go through this appeal, so I'm making this public post as the first informational link on my appeal, to help you get some context about what's going on here. I appealed and was summarily rejected, but you asked me to send an e-mail for further review. Over the weekend, I waited to see if you'd respond or simply let it fall into the black hole of non-responses. My account went from having failed its appeal to having never had an appeal.