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sin [2017/12/18 14:21]
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 **SINless** **SINless**
  
-If you don’t have a SIN, like for example all the people who lost theirs in the [[atrix|Crash 2.0]], life is difficult. You are not allowed to vote or cannot travel legally outside your country. Travel inside the country is possible, but hard – you can take a bus, for example, but you cannot buy a month pass or anything. You have no credit account and have to pay for stuff with checksticks. Those cost money and not all businesses accept them. You cannot get a license for driving a car or anything. If the cops stop you for any reason, you’re pretty much fair game for anything they want to pin on you.+If you don’t have a SIN, like for example all the people who lost theirs in the [[matrix|Crash 2.0]], life is difficult. You are not allowed to vote or cannot travel legally outside your country. Travel inside the country is possible, but hard – you can take a bus, for example, but you cannot buy a month pass or anything. You have no credit account and have to pay for stuff with checksticks. Those cost money and not all businesses accept them. You cannot get a license for driving a car or anything. If the cops stop you for any reason, you’re pretty much fair game for anything they want to pin on you.
  
 **Criminal SIN** **Criminal SIN**
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 In all honesty, it’s much better for the corps to have all the SINless people out there who are willing to take any job without job security or basic rights. They are allowed as much leeway as they need to, well, survive and everything else is denied. Because, hey, what are they gonna do? Go on strike? Stop voting for the politicians who don’t care about them? Leave the country? In all honesty, it’s much better for the corps to have all the SINless people out there who are willing to take any job without job security or basic rights. They are allowed as much leeway as they need to, well, survive and everything else is denied. Because, hey, what are they gonna do? Go on strike? Stop voting for the politicians who don’t care about them? Leave the country?
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 {{tag> Sixth_World SIN}} {{tag> Sixth_World SIN}}
  
  
sin.txt · Last modified: 2018/01/22 11:59 by bookscorpion