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Currently in order to delete an account, a user must contact our customer support directly. However, I could see how this process could be simplified. What does everyone think?
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This app is ALL about appeasing the masses ... AND data mining.
1) Read the fake (or *actually* real; no difference) reviews:
"makes me *feel* like I'm making a difference ...!!!"
Privacy, privacy? What privacy?!
Like "what the fuck?!"
READ the terms.
And think, "yeah, right."
21 votesAnonymous supported this idea ·
Wrong forum for this topic, but my $.02:
Laughably obvious, the leftward slant of NPR is.
Hell they *fired* a liberal (Juan Williams) for *not* being liberal enough.
But, sadly, some are so far the Left (and don't even know it) that they *really* believe NPR is perfectly objective.
It is nothing of the sort.
There are some exceptional programs and some decent enough content.
"Left, Right and Center."
Don't tell me ...
You live in NY.
Have rich mommy and daddy.
Went to private school?
You'll never tell.
Huh. No fucking way. Read something that isn't fake news.
48 states could vote OVERWHELMINGLY for one candidate.
Then, the two states with the most people (ok, maybe three) could vote for the *other* candidate.
The rest of the country? The 48 (or 47) other states? States?
Like mini-countries, is historically what the founding fathers visualized.
And we have dolts (ignorant denizens) freaking out over "popular vote" (probably the same ones freaking out over "populism," which I find *very* ironic) saying, basically, to the people in the rest of the 48 (or 47) states, "ha, fuck you!"
Do your homework.
United STATES of American.
All enshrined in the living document known succinctly as "the Constitution."
Read it some time.