Apparition saidfor 100 hundred years EVERYONE had a book delivered to their door every year with the list of everyone's name, address, and phone number. I dont see what the big deal is.
I'll be honest, that thought was in the back of my head when I posted to this topic earlier--but it's been so long since I've seen a phone-book, I forgot if it even had street addresses in it--or at least, house/apartment numbers in it, you know?
But it's a good point. You can
get an unlisted number for greater privacy, but I think it costs some extra amount with your phone company...? I'm not sure. Will have to look it up later.
Best I can say is, at least with the phone book, you have other people with similar names around yours, and at the very
least it gives you a chance to run if you start hearing on the news about how all the Sarah Conners' have gone missing under suspicious circumstances.