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Neighborhood Apps Are Bad For Neighborhoods

A look at how neighborhood apps are not good for neighborhoods but are detrimental nests of Karens.

Apps like Ring, Next door and Citizen are supposed to bring communities together, but in reality they do the opposite. Fortunately, I never started an account with any of these apps, mostly because I know what most of my neighbors are like in real life. I don't want to have to deal with them on social media too.

Besides, if I wanted to see how shitty people can be, there's always the community pages on Facebook.

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