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Landlords normally know what they want -- a good, clean tenant that pays on time and doesn't destroy the rental unit. You know what you want if you're looking for your own place. But when you're selling yourself as a roommate, it's a little harder.
Vegan food will be provided.
Love doesn't normally come cheap, but on Craigslist Vancouver, it most certainly has. Brice Royer, who is battling cancer
Attention actors, good liars, or anyone looking for free food and drink: a Vancouver bride needs your help. She's marrying
Who cares if an asshole is feeling ostracized for being an asshole? Isn't that sort of the point? If they stew on it and distance themselves from other people, that's a win. Who wants to spend time with an asshole? If they revisit their thinking in order to avoid being shamed again, so much the better; either way, we lose one asshole.
It's worth noting perhaps that my career has been around privacy and security, and so this really flustered me. After years of loyal service, when I've already provided AirBnB with access to my home address, phone number, and social media accounts, they've taken it a step further and decided that wasn't enough.
As retailers expand their online sales capabilities in response to consumer demand, there are five key ways they can educate their customers in understanding the reduced environmental impact from shopping online.
An ad for a rare Lamborghini posted just over a week ago to Craigslist has been found to be a fake. The ad claimed the luxurious
It seems you can be paid for just about anything these days. A Craigslist ad posted earlier this month is on the hunt for
The Occupy Movement was wholly underwhelming, and the Kony campaign seemed like a good idea, but an unclear mix of actions didn't lead to much. These sorts of campaigns made me angry, but in Iceland and in the United States, there are examples of how "slacktivism" can actually lead to change