Towns are adopting “Do Not Knock” registries, the door-to-door equivalent of the “Do Not Call” list. But between the rise of the Internet and two-income couples, Do Not Knock initiatives seem to be a quaint answer to a rapidly disappearing problem.
While the Internet has made genealogy a much easier hobby to pursue in the past decade, sometimes, there’s no substitute for doing research the old-fashioned way. Persistence doesn’t hurt either.
Few things get people’s blood boiling quite like parkers who take up two spots. The culture clash continues despite declining sales of large cars and SUVs.