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(The Register)   Your personal info gets passed around more every day than your Mom at a Mom convention of Biker Moms in Momsylvania in a month of Mothers Days. That's a lot of Rhode Island moms   (theregister.com) divider line
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2022-05-19 1:18:03 PM  
We have no names
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2022-05-19 1:35:43 PM  
Meanwhile, whoever is serving Fark's ads appears to think I'm in Texas, have termites, and that I need a bunch of lawyers. And cling film in bulk.
 
2022-05-19 1:36:53 PM  
take my Ma.

PLEASE.
 
2022-05-19 1:42:29 PM  
My personal info? Like:

-I'm broke, unemployed, with bad credit.
-Unmarried, no kids, live with Mom.
-No friends, clubs or social interactions.
-No hope of joy or purpose in the foreseeable future.
-Chronic, debilitating pain.

If you want to monetize that information, knock yourself out. You can't get blood out of a stone.
 
2022-05-19 2:04:05 PM  

mononymous: My personal info? Like:

-I'm broke, unemployed, with bad credit.
-Unmarried, no kids, live with Mom.
-No friends, clubs or social interactions.
-No hope of joy or purpose in the foreseeable future.
-Chronic, debilitating pain.

If you want to monetize that information, knock yourself out. You can't get blood out of a stone.


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