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Discussion in 'Off-topic' started by ptsmith24, Sep 4, 2007.
You have to sign up, and they want your full address and phone number. I can understand why they need my address (so I can join my neighborhood) but they don't need my apartment number for this, and they sure as hell don't need my phone number.
Not gonna happen.
I ran across the link from Wikipedia while I was reading around trying to find a specific topic for my Sociology (read: Socialism) essay that is due in a week. I have to use the sociological perspective, as well as the individualist perspective, to analyze a social problem. That's definitely one final I'm looking forward to, marking an end to that nonsense.
Whoa whoa whoa. I never said to sign up. Besides, you could just make up an apartment number (put 00 or something). How can they distinguish an apartment complex address from a house address, anyway?
Interesting concept, but when I moved into my new house I just knocked on the neighbor's door and introduced myself. When the house beside her sold and that occupant was moving in I walked over helped him unload his washer/dryer.
Who needs a website to be in contact with your neighbor?
Study of human interaction = form of government proposed by Karl Marx? Man, school these days must be really interesting!
More properly: "Man, Government Indoctrination Centers these days must be really interesting!"
Don't , just the .gov line.
Yes, schools are there to indoctrinate the students. Only one thing is appropriate here.
Yea. Teacher even praises Marx' contributions (no ****). It isn't personal responsibility..it's everyone else's fault. The professor even read a news article at the beginning of one class and came to the conclusion that tax cuts only benefit the rich. (Rich get richer, poor get poorer, or some bull.) I just did
we started a sub division private yahoo group
by invite only - so I know who we're dealing with
That isn't a bad idea. I just wouldn't want to rely on that as my only means of protecting personal property, etc.