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It's social media that becomes a guestbook after you move out. The next tenants at your apartment will be able to see that "a previous tenant" posted stuff from their apartment, but they will not know your name or other personal information. Imagine the benefits of reading a guestbook before you move somewhere - get a feel for neighborhood, get warnings about the landlord, enjoy entertaining roommate stories, and maybe make a friend. Renters have the power to help renters.
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[NP] It's the 21st! So post your random Aussie Photo 21/May/2019 : In an effort to create a more diverse range of topics on /r/Australia , we'll be trying to add a few different discussion threads to a rotating roster. These are meant to foster good spirited and more importantly light discussion that is apolitical in nature. Photo day was so popular, that we've decided to make it happen on the 21st of every month from here on out. In keeping with this, today's discussion will simply involve p
SkyNews’ infiltration of free-to-air regional TV, and its impact on my father’s political views : For those who are unaware, from September of last year, SkyNews was launched on WIN’s regional network, expanding its reach to nearly 8 million potential viewers. I consider this fact to be quite relevant to Saturday’s election result. Before his introduction to SkyNews, my dad had a surface-level interest in politics, and was very much a “both parties have good and bad policies” type. I noticed a
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