Got PenPal?

I signed up at PenPal World over a year ago to see if I could find some interesting people to correspond with. I did end up with a few people I’ve enjoyed writing with since, but haven’t looked around the site much. Today I discovered an interesting feature the site has launched, got PenPal, a way to allow strangers to contact you without giving out your personal details. One proposal they have is to create business card-sized printouts with your ID code on them and pass them to people. I share my details here on my website, but if you’d like to see my profile there you can use the code QT85FR. I’m always open to new people to write to, so if you’ve stumbled here and do want to write to me, feel free to send me a message there.

4 comments on “Got PenPal?

  1. Wow, that's really scary stuff. What worries me most is that nearly half of Americans are evangelicals now, so the problems will only get worse with out a positive spiritual movement to counter it. I went one prominent evangelical website and the focus was how angry God is at everyone, because each of us breaks all the 10 commandments. It's such bullshit.

    I live a bit more than 2 hours (by car it would take most of a day driving) from the US, but we still feel the impact of the insanity going on there. Canada is about to start a trade war because the US broke important parts of NAFTA, so things could turn ugly.

  2. Wow, that's really scary stuff. What worries me most is that nearly half of Americans are evangelicals now, so the problems will only get worse with out a positive spiritual movement to counter it. I went one prominent evangelical website and the focus was how angry God is at everyone, because each of us breaks all the 10 commandments. It's such bullshit.

    I live a bit more than 2 hours (by car it would take most of a day driving) from the US, but we still feel the impact of the insanity going on there. Canada is about to start a trade war because the US broke important parts of NAFTA, so things could turn ugly.

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