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  •  Sometimes I think that the petitions (12+ / 0-)

    are just bait dangled in front of us, to get emails for lists. It seemed like each one I signed had 4 or 5 'activists' emailing daily to ask if I knew about this or that aspect of the issue and ask for money.

     It got to where I quit signing petitions, which didn't feel right, either. So I started signing them with an old, defunct email address. Don't know if this makes my signatures invalid - whether they check that, but it's working to keep my inbox useable.

     On issues that I want to keep in touch with the group involved ( Maine People's Alliance - yay !) I use my real address.

     If only there was a way to sign, but opt out of emails.

    “Good things don’t come to those who wait. They come to those who agitate!” Julian Bond

    by Dvalkure on Fri Jan 17, 2014 at 07:54:19 AM PST

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    •  When your congress-critter (2+ / 0-)
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      Dave925, gerrilea

      ..drops you a line urging a signature on a petition and there's only room for an email address and a zip code and it's sponsored by the DCCC - It's not a "petition" worthy of the word.

      They actually saved time and bytes and didn't ask for my name.

      I finally unsubscribed a few days ago.

      Dear future generations: Please accept our apologies, We were roaring drunk on petroleum -Kurt Vonnegut

      by Anthony Page aka SecondComing on Fri Jan 17, 2014 at 10:02:18 AM PST

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