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via rahaeli comes a rather important entry which I hope some of those on my friends list will be seeing for the first time. Apologies to those who are seeing this for the fifteen-quintrigintillionth time. (I added the links.)
    Please post your full name, date of birth, full address, and telephone number (plus cell phone number, if you have one) to your journal, as the first chronological entry (backdated) in your journal, with Private security, and leave a note in your userinfo indicating that you've done so. The life you save may be your own. In the event of an emergency, LiveJournal administrators can view this information -- and please believe that it is only used in the event of an absolute emergency. But you'd be surprised how many of those there are on a service with four million users. And in an emergency situation, every second counts.

    Yes, the Abuse team occasionally hears of users who plan to commit suicide, but there are other situations where having this information could possibly be of use to the police. There have been, for instance, phone posts that were interrupted by physical violence before, and other such situations. The Abuse team often gets reports of these things, and oftentimes, there is nothing we can do to help, because we can't find you.

    Please take a moment of your time and make this post. Your privacy will never be violated except in absolute need, and though we hope it will never be necessary, it could prove to be very necessary indeed.

To post the above in your journal, you can copy the HTML from this box:
<a href="http://www.livejournal.com/users/rahaeli/280239.html">via</a> <lj user="rahaeli">:<ul><b>Please post your full name, date of birth, full address, and telephone number (plus cell phone number, if you have one) to your journal, as the first chronological entry (<a href="lj://faq/91">backdated</a>) in your journal, <i>with <a href="lj://faq/24">Private security</a></i>, and leave a note in your userinfo indicating that you've done so.</b> The life you save may be your own. In the event of an emergency, LiveJournal administrators can view this information -- and please believe that it is only used in the event of an absolute emergency. But you'd be surprised how many of those there are on a service with four million users. And in an emergency situation, every second counts.

Yes, the Abuse team occasionally hears of users who plan to commit suicide, but there are other situations where having this information could possibly be of use to the police. There have been, for instance, phone posts that were interrupted by physical violence before, and other such situations. The Abuse team often gets reports of these things, and oftentimes, there is <i>nothing we can do to help</i>, because we can't <i>find</i> you.

Please take a moment of your time and make this post. <a href="http://www.livejournal.com/legal/privacy.bml">Your privacy</a> will <i>never</i> be violated except in absolute need, and though we hope it will never be necessary, it could prove to be very necessary indeed.</ul><hr />

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How handy! The little text box thingy. I'm surprised at myself for not thinking of that :p.

I just finished removing half the code from that, because I ran into the age-old problem of trying to put the box code inside the box. Of course, if people pasted the code in the box, other people wouldn't be able to get the code for the box from the box.

Confused? So was I.

so.....many.....BOXES!!! *screams*

Just as well jc thinks outside them all.

Ooooo texty boxy thingie... JC loves his friends more than I do.

Good idea. I've also put in next of kin details and an "in the event of death, please let <lj user=suchandsuch> or my next of kin have access to my journal entries".

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