'National Snooping Day'. Den nasjonale snokedagen. Isn't that a great idea? We can make it a holiday, maybe swap it for one of the Christian ones ... so many people spend the whole day snooping in other people's tax records that it's wasted as a working day anyway. >:-)
Explanation for foreign readers: Everyone's tax records (except the royal family's, I think? those members who pay taxes, anyway) is a matter of public record in this country. Supposedly it's so important for transparency and what not. But I think it's mostly used to see what celebrities and your neighbors make. ;-) It's actually pretty creepy sometimes - in online debates people will suddenly bring this up, if it's even vaguely relevant to the matter being discussed ... ie, you see people throwing it in others' faces that 'obviously you would think so because like your typical socialist you've got nothing in your bank account to worry about' and things like that. In all directions. It's never happened to me, but I've seen it lots of times. Ridiculous IMO.
I'm proud to say that I've never used this search function even once. :-)
Anyway, in honor of National Snooping Day, and since I coincidentally posted (?) my 100th tweet yesterday, here's a very informational video on how parents of grown children can stalk their offspring online.
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