Hi, just installed Sierra on the Macbook Pro. When I set it up, I remember it asking "What do you want Siri to call you?" or something like that, and I typed in "James". Now, after a few days, I decided to use Siri to ask about the weather, and it replied "It's 72 degrees, Toby." Toby is my kids name. I asked for MY contact info and it brings up HIS info! Even though I am logged into MY account (he doesn't even use this computer). When I open contacts, I see my info, showing "me" highlighted, so that is right. I even deleted Toby's contact info (it was just a phone number). We are all on iCloud, and me and the wife and kid all use family iCloud. I went there and deleted his contacts from icloud, even. No good. Siri still thinks I'm my kid. I even said "Call me James!" and all it did is add a nickname of James to HIS contact info! Where is this contact info; his iphone? I don't even have his contact info on my computer anymore! Is this a bug, or is he messing with me? If I am logged into MY account, and MY info shows up in users (Toby isn't even listed as a user on my laptop), everything in the laptop is in MY name, Siri should know that. I tried to get Siri to "Use James Dylan as me" or "I am James Dylan", even "I am not Toby!" it replies "I can't do that, you have to do that yourself in contacts." I feel like the astronaut in 2001, arguing with HAL. "I'm sorry, James, but I can't do that." I am also having an existential crisis.