DownDaRiver: Seems as far back as I can remember, I. Know it started way before then, a signature is required for an official document.
DownDaRiver: Not really seeing the butthurt over this.Seems as far back as I can remember, I. Know it started way before then, a signature is required for an official document.And the part that it can be inconvienent? Uh, what did people do for like forever, to do just that.And when computers started taking over the complaint was that it would be inconvienent because not everyone had one. But woaw neally. No its inconvienent to not use one.All this seems to be butthurt because some pain in the ass wants to do it his way and is making a big shiat stink that they said do it our way.
graeylin: getting a kick, because in real life work, I have to sign my signature to dozens of legal documents every day.i don't have "a signature" anymore. Every time I sign something, I like to make it different than before. My signature is a squiggle. Sometimes, it has two loops. Sometimes, no loops. Sometimes, there's a few squiggles below the rest, other times, there's none. Most of the time, there might be a passing resemblance between the one part of the squiggle and a letter of the alphabet, if you squint real hard, that actually matches a letter in my name.If you took 5 signatures of mine right after each other, they wouldn't even be close to each other.If ever asked in court, I couldn't even tell you if something was my signature, someone elses, or just a random squiggle from some psychology test.They can make me sign it, but there's no law it must be legible.
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