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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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What solutions are Gibraltarians considering with regard to Brexit? : I don’t mean to stoke argument or divisiveness with this question. I desire to learn. If there are good resources for me to read so I can understand on my own, I’d welcome your suggestions. I know that Gibraltar voted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU. I also know Scotland is rumbling about a second independence referendum, and everyone is tearing their hair out about Northern Ireland, its border with Ireland, the backstop, a
Looking for friends: Any other lonely 20-40 something women? : I’ve recently moved here with my partner. My days are free as I take care of our home and am waiting on my documents. And I’m just lonely for a hangout or best friendship or girls night or cross stitch partner. I’d love regular, normal women to talk to. I can make friends with anyone. Business, home-wife, student, gamer, sports fanatic, foreigner, socially not the best, old, awkwardly young. I’m really nice. Let’s have lunch? Or pla
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