I don't believe this has been mentioned yet -
She called me out of my name -- meaning
She called me a name.
First one makes NO sense, second one says it exactly. Can't figure it out.
I believe that "She called me out of my name" means "She called me something other than my correct name" with the implication that she did it deliberately to be disrespectful.
So, "She called me out of my name" could mean--
"She called me a stupid git"
"She called me Bobby when she knows I prefer Robert."
As for "standing on line"--I grew up in New York, and we indeed said "on line" instead of "in line." This was way before the Internet and the whole idea of doing things "on line" (on a network). I have no idea where it came from, though.