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Petition published by Knott County Resident on Apr 28, 2012
As a resident of Knott County Kentucky I'm asking AT&T to provide basic phone and Internet services to my county so we may have a choice of service... more
Petition published by Canadian Citizen on Apr 23, 2012
English version, French version below. Version anglaise, version fran├žaise ci-dessous.

We, the people of Canada, propose that the Leader of the Opposition,... more
Petition published by Kristina Snyder on Apr 23, 2012
Sign to Keep Terry Bonitz's facebook going.

We lost him so let's no lose his memory of... more
Petition published by marcin on Apr 20, 2012
We the WWE fans want Goldberg in WWE... more
Petition published by Sarah Dean-Caperton on Apr 17, 2012
Lets get our old FB profiles... more
Petition published by John Will on Apr 15, 2012
Uncyclopedia is very misogynist. Many of their articles are racially offensive. They even insult Wikipedia. Please get this site permanently shut down, and do NOT allow any other website to archive or even mirror Uncyclopedia.... more
Petition published by Victoria Kidman on Apr 12, 2012
I think it would be amazing if the creators of "The 10th Kingdom" made a sequel.

Please sign this petition if you... more
Petition published by Gone Qase on Apr 11, 2012
I am recommending to change the structures of our Calenders from 7 days a week to 8, make the 8th day - a Family Day.

32 days in a month, 384 days in a year. Clock 26 hrs a day, from... more
Petition published by Athina on Apr 09, 2012
ACTA is a trade agreement that is attempted to be imposed by global multinational companies in entertainment, computer programming, pharmaceutical and biotechnology, , on governments globally and the European Union more specifically.... more
Petition published by Scott A. Boggs on Apr 07, 2012
We the undersigned, call on Congress to take action against the website Topix.com.

They have been sliding under the radar for far too long; having been... more