leave him a kind note for him to find in the morning?
That I may do, if anything untoward happens. Right now, they’re just talking, and I can’t do much about that. >_> The walls in this house are pitifully thin, so there’s a certain amount I just have to put up with, even if I’m in a shit mood so it drives me up the wall.
Oh I see. I dunno why I assumed roommate=landlord when I knew you had more then one. Like I said, very loud music.
Tempting, but I also really want to sleep. Not that I’m going to sleep, because they’re loud just talking and watching TV.
isn’t his room downstairs? o.o how do you hear them?? Turn music up really loud lol
I lived with three people before one roommate moved out. Now I live with two; landlord, who lives downstairs and appears to have a social life to rival mine, and a dudebro who is nice and has my taste in video games but is, otherwise, a dudebro with a very annoying girlfriend and I SWEAR TO GOD IF I AM ACTUALLY HEARING THEM MAKE OUT RIGHT NOW I’M GOING TO THROW SHOES AT MY DOOR
you aren’t a real 90s child
there are really only a couple of things I want to remember from the 90s anyway and they are all video games and cartoons
National Novel Writing Month, which is November each year. You have to write a 50,000 word novel in that time, no editing allowed. Just writing as much as possible.
I agreed to do this because I hate happiness.
i giggle at you that you didn’t know freeman was in it
Jazzy, I didn’t even know this was a movie that existed until thirty hours ago.
I tend to not like Jack in the Crack so much.. lol But we bride ourselves all the time. Also give ourselves a lot of rewards.
I only just started eating there again recently. As in this is the second time I’ve bought their food in five years.
HOW TO GET WORK DONE: BUY FOOD, CONSUME FOOD, DO NOT DO WORK
suffocatinggrimm replied to your post: someone brought up the Et…
Ethan Saylor case?
Ethan Saylor was a thirty-year-old man with Down Syndrome who saw a movie and sat back down in the theater to see it again without purchasing another ticket. When police officers moonlighting as theater security told him to leave in the brief window of time that his aide was gone getting the car, and he did not, the situation escalated. He was tackled, handcuffed, and eventually died via positional asphyxiation (pinned as he was on his chest and unable to breathe). It was deemed a homicide, but the officers faced no repercussions.
And there is just so, so much wrong with this that I actually cannot handle it
There’s victim-blaming, there’s blaming of the aide who left for thirty seconds to get her car, there’s a startling lack of empathy for Saylor and his condition … It’s painful.
The situation was probably taken too far even by standards for a person of perfectly normal mental health (potentially debatable, I don’t have all the details), but that they would do this to a man with Down’s just astounds me.
I think thats a good enough reason. :P Plus then at least you don’t have to worry about someone else driving and killing you?
No, but now I have to worry about me driving and killing me. And passengers.
cause you have a cool car
That might be a little bit it.