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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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Legally changing name: They appear in google searches - how to get around that? : Okay here’s the story: My birth-name was kind of a mess (my first name is hard to pronounce and didn’t like it at the time, and I had four last names). I legally changed it to something pretty unrecognizable (different first and last name). Since then (about 1-2 years ago), I’ve really regretted it. Like I wake up in the middle of the night freaking out about how big a mess up It was. Seemed like a good idea at the
Auto insurance question : So about 7 months ago I smoked a mailbox with my car. Caused some pretty ugly front end damage. I never reported it cause I didn’t think insurance would cover it, it caused some problems, blah blah blah, still haven’t gotten it fixed. Fast forward to now. I have a new car AND I switched insurance companies prior to getting a new vehicle (after the accident, however). The old one is just taking up space and I’m hoping to sell it. I want to get the maximum value (or to h
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