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Simple new website shows businesses how much they lose by banning guns

Discussion in 'Activism' started by sonrider657, Sep 17, 2010.

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  1. sonrider657

    sonrider657 Member

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  2. earlthegoat2

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    Where is the map so we can all view the population spread?

    Otherwise, why did I put in my Zip?
     
  3. sonrider657

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    Good question. The website is brand new so hopefully the webmaster will add that feature soon. I would love to be able to print out a report for my zip code and take it to the businesses that ban guns to show them how much business they are losing with their nazi policies.
     
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    are you sure this site is credible? And not some kinda identity theft ploy? Ive never heard of this site, its asking for first, initial last name and zip code. And someone already posted that after you enter the info it doesnt show you any map. Maybe Im being paranoid? Just seems a lil fishy to me.
     
  5. TriTone

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    Your first initial last name and zip code aren't the kind of private information an Identity Theft site is going to go after. You have nothing to worry about. Looks like the website is still being worked on, but if the database is up go ahead and join.
     
  6. earlthegoat2

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    I used a fake name and the zip code of the next town over so I am safe.

    I just wanted to see the map.
     
  7. Webbj0219

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    lol, Earl. As far as identity theives youd be suprised what the can do. Ive heard in some cases if they get your birthdate and place the can figure out your social sec# then its all down hill from there.


    ok just put in my fake alias with my zipcode, all it gave me was a thankyou.
     
  8. sonrider657

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    Name and zip code can be obtained from any phone book. Identity theft takes more than that.

    I posted my real name and zip code without fear.
     
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    Vote with your wallet.

    Do it often.

    Business which want to risk ignoring us
    can also risk a major loss of business as
    we "vote with our green ballots" elsewhere!:cool:
     
  10. KBintheSLC

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    Its a cool idea... it just needs more circulation to build clout. 1925 people so far.
     
  11. wishin

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    Done. Thanks for the heads up.
     
  12. Yo Mama

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    I'm on there now, and it let me put myself and my wife on there from the same computer.

    Number will grown, as it's a new website. Send to everyone you know.
     
  13. Yo Mama

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    Ahh, somewhat yes. I used to work telemarketing, and we did credit cards. My boss knew based on where you were born, and around what date, that the first three numbers were guarenteed.

    Other than the first 3 numbers though, it's a guess from there.
     
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    smartest idea so far.
     
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    nice! wish I had thought of this
     
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