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  • Eliyahu Pleasant Grove, UT
    May 14, 2014 1:48 p.m.

    This is something that really ought to be available to everyone. Back in grade school, our teachers used to threaten us with having something on our "permanent record." Those "permanent records" are long forgotten, but we now have a new permanent record in the Internet. Everything we write, say or post ends up being archived in multiple places, waiting to follow us wherever we go. It's difficult to grow and improve as a human being if every mistake you've made, every word you've said but would like to take back, every embarrassing mention of your name is always going to be out there, just a mouse-click away for everyone to find and see.