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2015.01.24 22:22 machbio Things of NextDoor

Things that happen in your nextdoor...
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2011.09.22 17:56 eagleapex Stop MLM schemes from draining your friends dry.

Multi Level Marketing (MLM) schemes are a drain on our society. Its participants either build the pyramid taller, or get squashed by it.
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2013.02.20 23:58 cosmosclover cracker bargel

Grandma and grandpa have finally joined social media, and they love sharing their opinions with everyone.
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2020.10.27 11:58 phoebebuffay007 AITA for refusing to give my key to my apartment neighbor?

I (22f) recently moved into a new apartment complex about 3 weeks ago and is rather friendly with my nextdoor neighbor 'Lucy (26f)'. She is a single mom and her daughter is 7 years old. Lucy has been telling me about her boyfriend (soon to be ex, I think) and how he is a really sketchy dude. He has stolen from her and has broken her valuables and is also an alcoholic.
He regularly comes to her apartment even when she is not there and just stays, eats and sleeps there. Her daughter goes to her grandma's house everyday and comes home by 3 in the afternoon where as Lucy works till 6. Lucy, yesterday asked me if I could give her 7 year old a spare key to my apartment so that once she comes back, she can just come and stay at my place because her boyfriend doesn't like kids and is very rude to her kid. I work till 5 and she told me she would appreciate it if I took care of her daughter for 1 hour (play with her, give her snacks) until Lucy comes back from work.
I frankly don't want to. I don't want to take care of a kid after coming back from work and most importantly, don't want to leave a child alone in my apartment for 2 hours. I get why she must feel scared to leave her child with this guy but the logical thing for her to do is end the relationship if she can't even trust her kid with this guy.
she started crying when I told her this and told me it's more complicated than that and she is eventually planning on breaking up with him and this arrangement will only be there for maximum 2 months.
I refused politely and told her I didn't want to. She is now avoiding me and won't reply to my texts. Aita?
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2020.10.27 09:40 BoosyBoo Different social media apps to post ad related to room for rent

Hi!
Are there any popular social media apps I can use to advertise a room I have for rent? Just finished posting on Craigslist, Facebook (three different groups I got permission to join that specifically deals with room renting in the Bay Area), and Nextdoor.
Are there any other popular ones that I may be missing?
Thanks in advance!
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2020.10.27 05:11 brickpie Omg ... help. I am so ANGRY!!!

I live in a town of 3000 people. On the outside of a bigger town of around 150k people. I. Cannot. Deal. With. The. Stupidity. I'm surrounded by Q every day, I get that. I dont do FB. Haven't in years, however, I do have a fake account and im in the group of my town. Im also active in the community. Its nothing but Q posts. There are a few antiQ people but they are few and far between.. The confirmation this evening sealed it for me. I begged my husband if we could put a "Jesus was a liberal" sign out front, but he got very mad at this idea. I asked if I could post a calling for anti-Q folks to know they aren't alone. We are a little scared this will put a target on us. I typed out a post to our town and was nervous about hitting "post". Its a super suburban neighborhood. Every day on NextDoor are "urgent alerts" of anti-Red stuff. My kiddo is 6 and has tumors and I almost want to be like "for the love of God, stop". Theyre all hung up on "HA, trumps a badass, take THAT snowflakes" to not realize that there are real walking, talking kids out here and these policies effect them greatly. Im just like them. Middle class. White. Have degrees. But i have a kid with problems... im so ANGRY, and theyre angry over conspiracies?!?! Its open enrollment season, we are trying to get HC and we are scared, but also scared to speak up. Should I just bite the bullet and go all out? Verbally? Or just lay low? It is PERSONAL.
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2020.10.26 23:19 monoroboto Internship decisions?

hey y’all, I wanted some input when deciding between internship offers for summer 2021. I want to preface this by saying that I’m extremely fortunate to have received these offers, and what y’all see on the surface (3 offers) is a lot less than what I actually went through (100+ applications, dozens of interviews and many, many rejections). For everyone still looking, don’t be discouraged! It’s possible to get offers all the way up to April/May, so stay on that grind and good luck :)
Prior experience: large fintech x2, very small startup, a little research. Currently grad May 22, but will probably delay for more internships.

Big A (think Seattle and bananas)

Pros: - Well known company, solid for resume
Cons: - Internship depends a lot on team, which is random - Not so great ft reputation (WLB can be terrible, also highly team dependent) - Long history of ethical concerns

Capital One NYC

Pros: - Large company, good for networking - Seen as a stepping stone to FAANG
Cons: - It’s a bank, not a tech company - Super chill vibes, people can get away without doing any work (project is only 8 weeks, last two weeks are learning), I don’t know if the learning opportunities will be great

Nextdoor (Unicorn) San Francisco

Pros: - Tech company, social good - High impact intern projects - Best vibes overall, strong engineering team + executive leadership - Potential IPO soon (although I probably won’t benefit from that)
Cons: - Smaller company, might not be as well known - Public reputation isn’t too hot rn - FB is working on a clone? Will Nextdoor be around for next summer?
I was leaning towards Nextdoor when it was a choice between NextdooCapital One, but now I’m conflicted. Amz will def be a stronger resume boost, but I really liked Nextdoor. Intern compensation isn’t too big of a factor, but it’s def something I’m considering. This is not going to be my last internship. Thoughts? Thanks!
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2020.10.26 23:17 mysteryman_2 Man in black + synchronicity.

This is probably the definition of paranormal. It can be dismissed as mundane nothing to see here. But it is a lot to just ignore. 
First off I have an inexplicable phobia of moths. Normally I can just ignore it, but this time it was wierdly worse then I remember it ever being.
Second off I'm a witch. Or chaos magician whichever term you want to use. Only been one for a few months. And I lean towards it's all useful psychological tricks rather then actual magic.
So I was home getting ready for bed and randomly there's a moth flying around my place. I have no idea how it got in, but I quickly turned off all my lights and opened my front door. (I live in a studio apartment.)
I kept looking around and I never saw it again neither did I ever see it leave. Instead of ignoring it and going to bed. I decided to just sleep in my car and deal with it in the morning. Plus I had an unusual amount of unease about the insect.
I fell asleep in my car right in front of my apartment and had a dream that I'm sleeping in my car. But something is trying to take over me and get me to release the parking brake. If I did then the car would roll forward and crash into a creek.
I resist it and after a fight I finally wake up in the car at about 3am. So I decide to just go back inside after a short drive to clear my head. But on my drive around the block, I see a tall shadow figure down the block watching me. I assumed that it was just my imagination and go home.
Two days later and I never see the moth again like as if it was all in my head. And then I see a post on nextdoor app about neighbors complaining that tall men dressed in black are lurking around the neighborhood at about 1-3 am.
What bothers me is that I have protections around my place. And I've never had dreams like that before. But this moth makes me sleep in my car, away from the protections and I immediately have that dream and see that figure.
And I'm not normally THAT afraid of the moths. But again, the fear was much worse then it's been in a very long time.
Anyway it can all be explained away, but it seems a bit too odd to just be random. And reminds me of the shadow man stories I've heard before.
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2020.10.26 23:06 monoroboto Amazon vs Capital One vs Unicorn?

hey y’all, I wanted some input when deciding between internship offers for summer 2021. I want to preface this by saying that I’m extremely fortunate to have received these offers, and what y’all see on the surface (3 offers) is a lot less than what I actually went through (100+ applications, dozens of interviews and many, many rejections). For everyone still looking, don’t be discouraged! It’s possible to get offers all the way up to April/May, so stay on that grind and good luck :)
Prior experience: large fintech x2, very small startup, a little research. Currently grad May 22, but will probably delay for more internships.

Amazon

Pros: - Well known company, solid for resume
Cons: - Internship depends a lot on team, which is random - Not so great ft reputation (WLB can be terrible, also highly team dependent) - AMZ has a history of ethical concerns

Capital One NYC

Pros: - Large company, good for networking - Seen as a stepping stone to FAANG
Cons: - It’s a bank, not a tech company - Super chill vibes, people can get away without doing any work (project is only 8 weeks, last two weeks are learning), I don’t know if the learning opportunities will be great

Nextdoor (Unicorn) San Francisco

Pros: - Tech company, social good - High impact intern projects - Best vibes overall, strong engineering team + executive leadership - Potential IPO soon (although I probably won’t benefit from that)
Cons: - Smaller company, might not be as well known - Public reputation isn’t too hot rn - FB is working on a clone? Will Nextdoor be around for next summer?
I was leaning towards Nextdoor when it was a choice between NextdooCapital One, but now I’m conflicted. AMZ will def be a stronger resume boost, but I really liked Nextdoor. Intern compensation isn’t too big of a factor, but it’s def something I’m considering. This is not going to be my last internship. Thoughts? Thanks!
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2020.10.26 22:49 Maggienettles [discussion] different dog ownership cultures in countries

I notice this sub has a ton of members from the USA so I notice this quite a lot, it's kind of interesting. I grew up in Australia and New Zealand and now live in the UK. My one year old (English) cocker spaniel is my first dog as an adult so I'm always looking for advice and learning. Something I've noticed:
In Australia where I grew up, dogs often live outside. This is completely incomprehensible to me here - you'd get animal control called unless it was a farm dog! In both my former countries if you want a dog you just go to the pound and get a dog... Easy. In NZ, no way in hell could you let your dog loose in the forest or on some beaches. Wildlife needs protecting!
I find the UK extremely dog friendly to live in so I'm enjoying it here. Not sure how I could ever go back, if I ever go back. Has anyone else experienced dog culture shock, either moving somewhere or just reading posts on Reddit?
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2020.10.26 21:42 Lycanthrowrug OMG, something killed and ate a wild rabbit in my yard! Call the authorities!

I live in a fairly wooded suburb, so we have lots of wildlife around. A lady posted on Nextdoor in great distress because she found the remains of a wild rabbit in her yard that something had killed and eaten. So, the pile-on begins with theories about whether it was an owl, a fox, a coyote, a hawk, or a neighbor's cat (all possible), along with hang-wringing comments about how TERRIBLE it must have been to find such a thing in her yard! You'd think from the reactions that she'd stumbled upon a murder scene.
Yes, lady, wild rabbits are a prey species for many predators, and were it not for those predators, you'd be posting on Nextdoor complaining about what to do about the fact that with no predators, we'd be up to our ears in rabbits.
If you don't like nature, don't go live in the woods.
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2020.10.26 21:05 businessyndicate The 2020 election reveals Nextdoor’s messy politics

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2020.10.26 20:29 Robots_Eat_Children Cross post from Nextdoor: There’s a dead cat on I-10 westbound between Taylor and Washington.

I don’t know if you are missing a cat, but it’s in the center lane out there, so you may want to go pick it up and give it a proper burial.
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2020.10.26 20:28 CrankyBear The 2020 election reveals Nextdoor’s messy politics

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2020.10.26 18:05 RepresentativeNo5760 AITA for putting up scary Halloween decorations in my front yard?

Every year, I go really big for Halloween and Christmas. My house is typically the most-visited and talked about house in my big neighborhood. This year, I added some new pieces to my Halloween display that include a scary butcher guy and his deli case full of body parts. I also have skeletons climbing all over the roof, a graveyard with a grave digger guy, and a headless horseman. I typically have people of all ages say how much they love it and how fun they think it is.
This morning, some lady posted on Nextdoor about how horrifying and awful my display is, and that it scared her toddlers so much they cried. She went on a rant about how terrible of a person i must be to put such scary things in my yard in a family neighborhood, and I should respect others fears and take it all down.
I do it just for fun, and because most people enjoy it. I'm not a depraved psychopath and do not advocate for serial killers, as this woman alluded to. I think if you're walking down the street with your kids, and you see a house coming up that you think might freak them out, it's your job as the parent to either turn around and walk away, or walk on the opposite side of the street and try to not let them see it up close... Not to stand right in front of it, take photos, then put your neighbor on blast on social media while your kids are crying and scared.
So am I the asshole?
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2020.10.26 17:41 northandabout Free secretary on NextDoor

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2020.10.26 17:40 Consistent_Plan_2336 The nextdoor app is going off the rails

I’m not sure how many of you here have nextdoor but I would highly recommend it if you want some drama, it’s full of Karen’s, liberal kids in their 20’s and Qanon supporters, you can only imagine what’s popping off
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2020.10.26 17:00 iwanna_iguana Bought this mirror on NextDoor for $10 because it looks so familiar.

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2020.10.26 16:26 lezbehonest1985 House fire in Buxton... information for donations. My name is Jessica. I am the sister/best friend of one of the victims and a friend of the family nextdoor. I know there are numerous funds set up already, it's so overwhelming and beautiful to see so many communities coming together to support.

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2020.10.26 16:18 pHlatbed Craigslist Delivery App for picking up and delivering large items - Phlatbed

Craigslist Delivery App for picking up and delivering large items - Phlatbed
The most successful sellers on marketplaces know this — if you can offer delivery using Phlatbed, this goes a long way. The greatest barrier for many people buying on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace is organizing pick up and delivery. Successful sellers know this, especially for mid to larger items.
Phlatbed is like Lyft or Uber for Picking up and delivering marketplace items, including Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, and other online marketplaces. Highly recommended. You can also use the Phlatbed Mobile App to deliver your Facebook Marketplace, Letgo, Offer Up, Nextdoor, and HomeGoods, Big Lots, or online sales items.
Craigslist pick up ad Delivery App - Phlatbed
It's like Lyft for Craigslist Pick up and delivery.
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2020.10.26 16:16 pHlatbed Facebook Marketplace Delivery App - Phlatbed

Facebook Marketplace Delivery App - Phlatbed
Delivery! The most successful sellers on marketplaces know this — if you can offer delivery using an app like Phlatbed, this goes a long way. The greatest barrier for many people buying on Craigslist or Facebook Marketplace is organizing pick up and delivery. Successful sellers know this, especially for mid to larger items.
Facebook Marketplace Delivery App
This is why Phlatbed has a cult following on the Facebook Marketplace, and Craigslist. Phlatbed is like Lyft or Uber for Picking up and delivering marketplace items, including Facebook Marketplace, Craigslist, and other online marketplaces. Highly recommended. You can also use the Phlatbed Mobile App to deliver your Facebook Marketplace, Letgo, Offer Up, Nextdoor, and HomeGoods, Big Lots, or online sales items.
It's like Lyft for Facebook Marketplace delivery.
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2020.10.26 15:14 PerkisPow I discovered this one on Nextdoor this morning. She confirmed in the comments that it’s not a typo...

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2020.10.26 14:47 jdbrownie88 A little gem from Nextdoor.

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2020.10.26 13:56 -en- @Recode: The messy politics of Nextdoor https://t.co/AUfxLm6Sxl

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2020.10.26 13:27 craftcorners The messy politics of Nextdoor

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