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  1. It is late on night and you are using your computer. You are scrolling through your usual feed on Lifeinvader. All of a sudden you see this article written in 2009 by Clark Tent for his column "Who Is Who?" which occurred weekly: You remember the newspaper cover from when you were at the gas station. You pause for a moment as you let paranoia sink in and wonder what level of surveillance Lifeinvader has to know that you saw that newspaper cover or if it was just maybe some strange random coincidence. Maybe some rogue Lifeinvader content generating algorithm decided to randomly promote this old article. You shrug it off as a coincidence as your cognitive dissonance shuts off the other possibilities.
  2. Something that some TSRP servers had were banking organizations. Bank organizations give in-character role-playable weight to what is an otherwise mostly OOC administrative task. In the most well developed servers these bank organizations could issue loans, rent/mortgage out properties, and also in some servers could sell CDs/savings bonds. I know someone in the Discord was complaining that renting is priced much more aggressively than buying. This need to be fixed as all options should be somewhat competitive to each other. Also offering mortgages could help provide an additional solution. When done properly, it's done in a very well accounted, traceable form. And it makes for some fun role-play. It also adds some usefulness to the legal system because of the possibility for warrants/summons when people stop making payments or accumulate excessive debt. I mean, we have so many bank buildings why don't we have a bank organization? Also on that note, back in TSRP we had 2 items that were purchasable only directly from the bank. We had a debit card, which allowed you to use atms (thus forcing new players to be introduced to banks early in the game rather than instantly using ATMs) and then we had credit cards, which basically allowed you to purchase items directly at registers without having the physical cash in your wallet.
  3. You approach the gas station counter and await for the person in front of you to be done. You look to the side of the register and see a magazine rack. You squint at one of the magazine covers: ((Stay tuned.))
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