Remember how all through grade school you were continually threatened by school administrators with “This is going on to your permanent record”?
While you could certainly try calling your old grade school or high school office to see what they decided to put onto your permanent record (and whether their record-keeping was just a threat or not), you can always check the PERMANENT RECORD website to see what really HAS made it onto your permanent record.
All you need to do is type in your name, refine your search by city, state, or birth year, and the system will go through its database to show exactly what is known about you.
You’ll find out all sorts of things, from a list of friends and family, the type of neighborhood you live in, how influential they are in making household decisions, and even what religion you are supposed to be.
It may not be entirely accurate from the searches Web Watch has done, so maybe everyone’s permanent record isn’t everything it’s all cracked up to be.