Monday, February 05, 2007

Civility... and community norms

Civility is as civility does. But what are the foundations of a code of conduct? Are they community norms? We went searching for material concerning Chestnut Hill and found that YouTube had a post on Chestnut Hill housewarming behavior. By-the-by, the YouTube post was sideways, so we can't help with the camera angle.

A comment from the site noted,
"Housewarming party in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia gets interesting when Bag of Wine girl starts dancing. This is probably the funniest thing that I have ever seen...this video made my 3 hour drive to the party … the best decision I have ever made."


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