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Intellectual frustrations......?

Hello. I went to a Revenue Canada's web site today..hoping to find an email address I could contact to get information about my file.

I do not have ready access to a phone at the I thot I just might look for an email contact address of some I could go about communicating with someone to discuss my file.

Apparently..that sort of thot processing is ABSOLUTELY, POSITIVELY..NOT HOW THIS WORLD WORKS AT ALL!

Mentally..I believe that if the internet is good for anything..that would be on the top of the list...COMMUNICATION BETWEEN PEOPLE with one party wanting something...and the other..with the internet as a simple communications medium.... providing the requested information.

Any ideas whether that should or will change? Any ideas about how someone who could go about changing that before growing old?

Thanks for any and all responses

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(NT) file?
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Aren't those said to contain bad stuff?

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After you make voice/face to face contact
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Hello. Thanks for the response. I am also just thinking generally. If I have 'any' questions associated with 'government' of some have the opportunity to contact someone who works there by email to be directed to or get any information that I might want.


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