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Remember, addresses are very personal. They are reflective; they are metallic and have a magnetic quality; they are outwardly expressive; they have a perceived value; they are understandable; they are historic (having a history)

That's not what this is though.

Directly no - you are absolutely right. Indirectly yes - if a human is associated with it. As I'm making deliveries now with addresses on it there is no way anyone with a current address will change it. Or should I say allow anyone to change their address. People already have at least two addresses (lat long ) and a third (parcel block for taxes)

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