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  Reply # 355493 23-Jul-2010 18:22
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I kinda quite like the that you can't hide behind anononimity. Helps maintain personal responsibility! Last thing you want is trolls on the road.

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  Reply # 355507 23-Jul-2010 18:38
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mattk: I kinda quite like the that you can't hide behind anononimity. Helps maintain personal responsibility! Last thing you want is trolls on the road.


You are somewhat anonymous if you register your car to a PO Box.  Not that I've done that...

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  Reply # 355512 23-Jul-2010 18:46
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nate:
mattk: I kinda quite like the that you can't hide behind anononimity. Helps maintain personal responsibility! Last thing you want is trolls on the road.


You are somewhat anonymous if you register your car to a PO Box.  Not that I've done that...


Its more fun to register it as your local police station.




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  Reply # 356712 26-Jul-2010 18:55
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Well you're more secure using a PO box except for the myriad of services which do not permit a PO box address for registration :P



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  Reply # 356759 26-Jul-2010 20:44

1080p: Well you're more secure using a PO box except for the myriad of services which do not permit a PO box address for registration :P


Lol I'm not even going to go there... 

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  Reply # 356779 26-Jul-2010 21:17
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nate:
mattk: I kinda quite like the that you can't hide behind anononimity. Helps maintain personal responsibility! Last thing you want is trolls on the road.


You are somewhat anonymous if you register your car to a PO Box.  Not that I've done that...


i do :) 

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