Rating Your Neighbors – The New Yelp For People

Rating Your Neighbors – The New Yelp For People

Black Mirror, a popular Netflix show debuted their 3rd season with a haunting episode depicting a future where people rate each other based on a 5-star system. In the episode, rankings in the system affected people’s ability to travel, make transactions, and get healthcare. Those with lower rankings were relegated to a lower position in society, constantly trying to earn higher ratings from those at the higher-end of the spectrum. This involved hiding behind a constantly projected image, carefully crafted to earn ratings and ingratiate those that did.

Sound familiar?

Black Mirror, Season 3 Episode 1, “Nosedive”

Some may recall Peeple, an app that allowed users to rate each other on a 5-star system and leave reviews. Out of the gate, Peeple received unbridled criticism, leading to the final version being a tamer, neutered version of the initial proposal, allowing users to control what the public could see on their profiles and thus creating yet another curated online profile for its users.

Currently, we have Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and a long list of social media profiles, with many different copies of our digital selves floating around in cyberspace. Those you interact with have tweaked their profiles, pictures and posts to control perceptions. Businesses vie for your attention, using your personal preferences, interests and hobbies to create advertising that appeals to your psyche. What happens when these profiles go from being disjointed digital replicas and become a part of your identity?

In the constant anonymity of cyberspace, there is a component that has been lost along the way: honesty. What lies behind the Instagram pictures of foreign places, the posts about personal successes, and the constant self-censorship? A new social media platform has entered the fray, hoping to make our digital selves a part of our real-world identities.

Completed.com will connect all of your social media profiles in one place, tying in multiple digital personas to create a new, more cohesive digital profile. As an added layer, Completed.com will incorporate Yelp-style anonymous reviews, where individuals can rate and review each other on different personality aspects.

Unlike Peeple, the reviews will not be curated by the user and will not be removable. In fact, the only way Completed will remove a review is by court order. The reviews will also be more widely available than Peeple reviews. Where Peeple was app-based, Completed will be web-based and will make reviews more readily available through Google, Bing, and other popular search engines.

According to their website, “[Completed.com’s] mission is to create the most comprehensive profile of an individual on the internet.  A Completed Profile will show the full person including constructive feedback that identifies their strengths and weaknesses, helping people improve themselves while at the same time opening the door to opportunities for other people to engage with them in a positive manner.”

This has some interesting implications for our daily interactions, and potentially provides a level of accountability and transparency that, for many of us, has been missing in our modern lives.

For example, let’s say you need help with your financial investments. With LinkedIn, you can find a well-rated financial advisor with hundreds of endorsements. But how do you know the endorsements are real? A smart con artist could curate their profile with endorsements, and positive feedback and a quick study of their profile would never reveal the victims that they’ve conned.

Or, maybe you had a bad experience at your favorite restaurant. Now, you can complain about poor service by a specific staff member without damaging the reputation of the establishment. Or find honest peer-written reviews about a particular person before meeting them. People have the ability to create profiles for you when leaving a review, and you can claim your profile by going through the Completed.com verification process, similar to verifying a Twitter profile.

The site is set up like Yelp and GlassDoor, allowing anyone to leave an anonymous review. Rather than being a “hit-piece” style site, reviews appear to be balanced, enabling users to give positive feedback, as well as “constructive criticism”.

Completed.com reviews go through a moderating process before they are published. The section for “constructive criticism” is appropriately labeled. In fact, the site mandates that any negative feedback allows the person being reviewed to improve some aspect of their behavior, rather than just tearing them a new one. Reviewers can also “verify” their accounts, and to prevent abuse, more weight will be given to “verified” reviews than those from unverified accounts.

Black Mirror, Season 3 Episode 1, “Nosedive”

Those that sign up for the site are essentially signing a social contract. Negative behaviors and habits have social consequences, and those on the site are committed to continual improvement as individuals and as a community.

This level of accountability changes, not just digital interaction, but real-world interaction as well. Imagine if everyone you interact with each day had the ability to honestly review that interaction? From your boss to the kid at the checkout counter, each interaction potentially cataloged for the world to see. How would that change your daily life?

Some might draw parallels between Completed.com and other similar profile-based sites, such as Peeple – a similar site, with the tagline “Yelp for people.” Although the concept is similar, Completed.com differs in that reviews left by others do not have to be approved by the individual in question, making for a more honest overall profile of the person. In addition, Peeple does not vet the reviews, leaving the door open for abuse and cyber-bullying.

The review process implemented by Peeple used to allow those being reviewed up to two days to dispute the review, but this has now been changed so that users can select which reviews are shown on their profile. This leaves room for dishonesty and censorship, relegating Peeple to use as a vanity tool, in which users display their positive reviews while hiding negative feedback.

In addition to moderating reviews for constructive criticism, allowing users to resolve negative behaviors, poor reviews can be augmented with better, more positive reviews. While the original review cannot be removed, the original reviewer can later leave a new, more positive review, creating a blended review that improves the user’s profile.

The profile site helps users avoid escalating an issue by implementing an 180-day window before users can leave a review for the person that reviewed them, giving both parties a “cool-down period” to resolve any issues between themselves, vastly reducing the potential for a retaliatory review.

Completed.com, beyond influencing real-world and digital interactions, is hoping to influence the business world as well. Employers will now be able to access a more complete profile for potential employees, revealing not only their qualifications but giving an honest overview of their short-comings and ability to adapt and improve.

Black Mirror, Season 3 Episode 1, “Nosedive”

Beyond the review feature, Completed.com allows users to add additional layers of information from their connected social media accounts, outlining their education, work history, and personal accomplishments.

Completed’s model is not without flaws. There is still enormous potential for abuse. The very act of rating people like a product off of Amazon is problematic, if not degrading. The moderation of reviews is a vague failsafe that seems in itself to have potential for abuse. How transparent will Completed be about review approvals? In the case of widespread adoption, Completed will potentially have power to control not just the online social narrative, but the real world social status of its users. Black Mirror, while science fiction, offers a terrifying picture that doesn’t seem that far-fetched.

With the aim of providing the most comprehensive profile of an individual on the internet, Completed.com, now open for free signups, is seeking to change social interactions both on and off-line, and offer a way for people to receive honest assessments and improve themselves. Whether these goals will be accomplished or create a world like the one depicted in Black Mirror remains to be seen.

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Ciara Macias: Rzteme today .
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Elizabeth Griffith: What a load of crap to keep up busy.
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Tina Cardenas: THOW SHALT NOT JUDGE. . .
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Se Gove: teaching judgmentalism is self-centered
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Donald Pickens: About time. Ha Ha.!!
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Arti Funaro: Here comes nazi germany II
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Solomon Epstein: This is profoundly stupid. People are not consumer objects to be rated. They are our brothers and sisters to be engaged with.
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Christopher Leogrande: 95% useless.
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Jose Cotty:
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Phyllis Shepard:
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Wilbur Haines: just what society needs
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Eric Fluger: Rather stupid idea. I don't give a fuck what other people think about me ... period.
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Michelle Peacock: Clearly you don't, but for those of us that do this seems interesting.  
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Eric Fluger: Michelle Peacock Interesting ... my question would be why? That is fascinating. Why do people care, unless they are trying to discern true friends from some of the phonies. Just asking. Never understood why people concern themselves with what others might think?  
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Michelle Peacock: I think this is positively in-genius. Every employer, government agency, and institution uses the internet to discover information about people. Seeing people's reviews of their experiences with people will shed more light on who the person really is.

What scares me about this completed.com site is that people could leave false reviews and per the article there's no way to remove it unless you have a court order. Doesn't that open the door for all types of cyberbullying? How do you fight against it?
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Samantha Janis Nelson: Exactly. This is a horrible and dangerous idea.  
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Erin Josef: They already did an episode of Black Mirror on this very topic!

http://www.theverge.com/2016/10/24/13379204/black-mirror-season-3-episode-1-nosedive-recap
Posted ON : 01/24/2017
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Maureen Leshko: Like there is not already enough division of our country. Now there is an app to help.
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Corpus Figueroa: Really...
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Sandy A. Graichen: Why would any one want an app to rate their neighbors??#!! We are NOT THE ONE THAT JUDGES THEM!!
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Sarah Bell Dooley: Considering I moved next to a bunch of assholes who play their music so loud it physically shakes my house all hours of the day and night... I would have LOVED to known how fucking terrible they are. Not to mention the TRASH all over their yard that gets blown into MY yard cause they don't know how to clean up after themselves.  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Barbara Hawkins: See #2 & #5
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Steve Beinart: The first couple episodes were so asinine I lost interest a couple of years ago. Something about demanding a politician have sex with a pig? Just stupid. And now this? More stupid.
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Hortencia Dubois: Not me! How can you rate a person if you haven't work with them and I dont know this person. I've never seen this person, not a useful tool!!!
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Sarah Bell Dooley: Considering I moved next to a bunch of assholes who play their music so loud it physically shakes my house all hours of the day and night... I would have LOVED to known how fucking terrible they are. Not to mention the TRASH all over their yard that gets blown into MY yard cause they don't know how to clean up after themselves.  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Milo Sweet: Make your day, MOVE !!  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Grant Mealey: I already rate many of my neighbors very low
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Diane Smith: Well, it's bipartisan 😄
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Delbert Young: Can we rate Trump? 💩👎🏼
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Corina Castro: What the hell is this?
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Loretta M Gorini: Not using it
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Ellen Canavan: ?
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Susan Aubrey Wilde: Oh great, a whole new means of bullying,
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Dotti Currier: Yelp can be good and bad. Beware
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Barb Ward: Really???
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Milo Sweet: Hail your neighbors, no need for an App.
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Milo Sweet:
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Samantha Janis Nelson: This is an incredibly stupid and dangerous app. With cyber bullying and trolls running about... This will end up pushing lonely people to suicide and encouraging shitty behavior. Rating people?! Really?! This is how low our society is now?
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Jose Cotty: Let me start with this...
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Daniel Martinez: My sentiments exactly!!!!!  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Julia Gomez: Amén Dios los siga Bendiciendos muchos y Atd
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Julia Gomez:
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Julia Gomez:
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M.k. Hajdin: Oh, sure. No one's going to misuse this.
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Richard Rodriguez: Gee, really this is what it's come to, rating your neighbors like you would a movie, or restaurant? ? ?
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Theresa West: I would love to do this!!
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Gerry Hyde: Why?  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Theresa West: Gerry Hyde well not really but I do do it in my head. 1/2a I like and the other 1/2 I do not.  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Molly Casas: Well, I don't need AN APP to rate my neighbors, ten at night, on a work week where I get up at 5am, I hear the mom and son fighting, any minute I'm waiting to see the mom flying out the door
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Tracey Swanson Ramsell: I predict this will get people killed, go ahead talk shit and take photos of the wrong people.
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Dan Zdenek: Could get interesting....  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Susan Jenkins: Another divisive,gossip mongering app.very negative and inappropriate.
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Craig Patterson: It's strange how all this new " Use " material is supposed to stand for a easy free stress free life .
When in reality ...
It's only made for you to Judge, Hate , Discriminate and Outcast .
This thing is Bullshit !
And the " Money Greedy " assholes that made it , don't give a damn if you take each other out !
They just want your money to build bigger walls around their homes and families .
While they make you hate one another .
You people can't see this ???
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Sym Wilkins: Just saw an episode of black mirror about this. Ironic huh?
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Ashley Cooper: Exactly what I was thinking!! I love that show!!  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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MarieElena Mikila Navarro: I seen this on a show on Netflix lol
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Rosario Corso: Considering the photo is from one of the episodes. Black Mirror.  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Dawn Agosta: No!
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Ellen Canavan: People need an app for that?
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Janet Ridgeway: The thought disgusts me. Only a simpleminded person would have an interest in this! Time to quit Facebook
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Wilson Jason: You get a negative rating.  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Angela Kortright-Calo: Train the sheep to report on their fellow citizens! It starts!
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Dan Zdenek: FB does that already...  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Angela Kortright-Calo: True  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Wilson Jason: Dislike. You've been rated.  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Enrique Velasquez: My neighbor is a registered sex offender who committed acts with at 14-15 year old the government and Megan's law already rated him for me
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Wilson Jason: It's illegal for me to suggest that you kill him.....  
Posted ON : 01/25/2017
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Amanda Taylor: Black mirror episode come to life
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Glendanne Squyres: This is just weird.
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Paul Minter: Let me rate folks that whine. This app is for people that lack appropriate verbal communication skills. If your a whiny little puke this is for you. Did your neighbor hurt your feelings oh well suck it up and move on. This is pathetic,if you can not handle life please go find your safe place and never come out.
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Bee Wonderstone: Like i care!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Norma Ocanas Rendon: Yelp sucks
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Siek Run: Hahahahhaha
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Siek Run: There is a movie about this
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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David Majesie: And an episode of Black Mirror  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Siek Run: https://youtu.be/R32qWdOWrTo  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Briyanna Gilgeous: I've Seen Black Mirror... this doesn't end well
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Ronald Artis: Never! I consider rating is judging. Who gives that right!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Ralph Lenard: Wow more ways to divide us that's bull.
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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L Giulio Masini:
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L Giulio Masini:
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Charlotte Davis: Sounds like Jr. High, the Slam Book. Good way to stir the pot and create problems. Don't we have enough chaos and bad relations right now?
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Maricella Kitts: Nice
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Judy Wilson: Contributes to gossip. Have enough of that crap... Don't want to see that crap. NOPE DONT WANT IT..
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Bianca Ruff: I saw this on Black Mirror.....
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Joe Ghiardelli: I would get rated so low. I skateboard by all my neighbors every day while they work on their yards
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Hulon Thompson: My neighbors suck so bad. Fights downstairs. Screams next door. Laundry room hoggers and the strange lady who's apartment is huanted..
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Frank Reno: Sunny in Philadelphia style
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Ashley Belle: Black mirror lol
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Phyllis Jackson:
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Phyllis Jackson:   
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Phyllis Jackson: WHERE'S THE ACLU IN GIVING THEIR OPINION ON THE REALITY OF SUCH A DISASTROUS THE IDEA OF RATING PEOPLE COULD BECOME? FOR EXAMPLE! AM INDIVIDUAL WHO JUST FONOSRD SMOKING MARIJUANA CIGARETTE BEGIN'S RATING PPL OUT OF SPITE! EVERYYHAS A OPINION BUT DON'T ALLOW THAT TO CAUSE GRIEF FOR THAT PERSON!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Kelli Rustin: Pretty sure causing grief for other people is the new public hobby.  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Phyllis Jackson: THAT TYPE OF HOBBY COULD BE A TRAVESTY FOR SOMEONE TRYING TO GET AHEAD IN LIFE!  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Justin Ewing: I'm Finna rate you 1 for all them unnecessary capital letters. Dropped you from 5 for that disease sounding name you got.  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Phyllis Jackson:   
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Phyllis Jackson: WHEN YOU CAN LEARN TO SPELL WITHOUT USING SPELLCHECK AND CAN READ A BOOK ABOVE THE 2ND GRADE LEVEL; THEN LET ME KNOW IF YOU EVEN HAVE A GED!  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Phyllis Jackson:
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Stephanie Refuerzo: Black mirror is here
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Ricardo Barros: Thom
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Thom Pulliam: Koreatown has low ratings I think  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Travis Cantrell: Renee Lemison
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Renee Lemison: Omg noooooo  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Dorothy Caruso: Why be judgemental... another way to divide and separate people from each other...
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Laura Kent-Crump: Not a good idea! Will just cause more problems!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Laura Kent-Crump: Terrible idea, actually!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Tracy Shapiro: Juts what we need, more criticism. No thanks
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Liz Stein Mikkelsen: Slander is illegal
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Brian Worden: What slander is going on?  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Liz Stein Mikkelsen: The slander that this site was created for.  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Bruce Silkwood: Judge not!

Lest ye be judged by that same harshness in which ye judge others!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Lloyd Thompson: Fuck this.
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Mary Horn-Goodnight: My new neighbors are the rudest young couple I've ever encountered.
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Mary Horn-Goodnight: Yeah I said it. It's sad .
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Chris Marvin: Disgusting
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Sonia Chawla: Prashant Chaudhary - It is here.
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Robert Enz: I have a better idea, if you have a problem with your neighbors... Fucking talk to them about it.
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Nanci Cooper: I have great neighbors I highly recommend them! 😁
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Debra Shelfo: Let's rate Trump!!! He'll go absolutely nuts when he see's his disapproval rate!!!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Nate Cox: Nothing can go wrong with this!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Howard Hsu: Kaylee Miller black mirror
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Kaylee Miller: Is this for real..... 🙀  
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Jack Jaxon: No....no. NO!
Posted ON : 01/26/2017
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Sean Brady: IM A 5 STAR MAN!!! I WILL RATE EVERY WOMAN IN THIS ROOM!!!
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Jason Poyner: Wow. Black Mirror.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Sabrina Martinson: This is against the law
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Rodney Reginald King-Denning: In a horrible neighbor. Move in, next door, at your own risk. You have been warned. Like the last 2 neighbors, who thought they were getting a deal. Lol
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Toli Papadopoulos: Yelp did it with business yet everyone approved of shitty ass rating from the dumbest consumers in the world.
But this bothers people?
It bothers me too. Make up your own mind about things... we have pulled ourselves so far out of reality making an effort anymore will be considered a waste. Fuck computers fuck ratings fuck shit like this.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Victor Manuel Magaña: Fuck you
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Dominic Jones: You're using black mirror...
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Chloë Gryphon Rush: YES THANK YOU'  
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Chloë Gryphon Rush: This reminds me of a Black Mirror episode...
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Candice Moses: Horrible
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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MJ Aumavae: What the fuck yelp.is there a yelp how to wipe your ass.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Judith Kennerk: Another Black Mirror episode
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Josie Apilado Bañez: This is so Black Mirror
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Leslie Fry: This is from a show. A super duper fake show...
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Christina Arenas: Oh god... Black Mirror on BBC predicted this. Watch it.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Melissa Vega:
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Melissa Vega:
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Melissa Vega: Lol
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Melissa Vega:
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Kalina Kalina Kalina: No
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Jentry Hann: Make an enemy, right next door or down the street, wow, really, stupid, stupid, stupid. Who's the idiotic stupid dumb ass who created this and fall for this. Geez, more propogation of hate, anger, fear, and violence.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Laura Vera: Are you used to work at Walgreens from South San Francisco?
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Laura Vera: Jentry I used work with you at Wslgreens years ago. I think you remember me! I was the main cashier at Westborough.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Phil Frias: Lol the fuck
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Michael White Stevens: LOL
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Lucia Wara Goss: I'm never going to visit it. That is a horrible idea. People spreading gossip about eachother. Sounds like an app for haters. No thnx.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Nicole McDermott: Jacob McDermott black mirror!
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Jacob McDermott: Omg!  
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Bill Lyons: Black Mirror!
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Sylvie Mapel: Black mirror! You fools! This is not a good thing!! NO!
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Lee Ruoho: It's very easy for people to get the wrong idea about each other or just not care about the effects of their criticism. I wouldn't like someone doing this to me, so why would I want to make other people feel put off or uncomfortable? Try being nice, and in the situations where that doesn't work, avoid those who don't want to be nice.
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Miguel Sorto:
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Marlene Garter: This is for socially retarded people who don't know how to communicate face to face
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Ryota Muranaka: No offense, I'd rather be socially retarded people over knowing how to communicate face to face.  
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Marlene Garter: Opinions are like assholes everybody has one.  
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Alexus Hall: Jeremy Malcolm hey look it's that one episode of Black Mirror
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Lea Randrup: Pablo Meza
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Pablo Meza: This is so unsettling 😓 ...3 stars  
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Lea Randrup: Lmao. I can't you just rated it  
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Jennifer Hyndman: This society is just shit. Just shit. God I hate humanity.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Fred Holzhauer: Just what,we need. More anonymous division.
Posted ON : 01/27/2017
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Sharon Gibson: Let me say, as a child , my grandfather always told me I was as good as anybody else AND
I was no better than anybody else. I believed it then, and I believe it now. We all should. Why would you accept a rating from someone no better or worse than you....see how nicely that works.....
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