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12-13-2002, 09:56 PM
Warning. Intense pissed-offness.
DEARFFFFFFFING GOD WHYTHEFUGGGGDOI HAVE TO PUT UP WI E FU KEIGN BAKHOSUGJSFIJ
Okay. Not pissed-offedness...bloody incoherentness.
Jesus H Christ. I hate this place. I need to get the assholes asshats asshairs asscreams downstairs evicted. Exam quiet hours shouldn't mean "Well, we're still partying, just...y'know...not loud enough so you can FEEL the lyrics being pounded into your skull. Maybe a little quieter."
I'm shaking in anger. Doesn't help that I can't find a single goddam RA in the building. The one on the floor above mine isn't in, the one above that doesn't help anyone out, the one on my floor quit (or will quit. Or has quit but not officially because he's still being paid but he hasn't done FUCK ALL for a couple weeks), and I would have to pass the asscreams (I like that. Good insult.) to get to the one on the floor below.
These asscreams have had TWO letters from the landlord telling them to cease with the loud music. And numerous other warnings. I'm sick of it. I need them evicted, but they WON'T BE.
And god-damn, I hate this GHETTO APARTMENT.
12-13-2002, 10:59 PM
A FUCKING hole.
The size of my FUCKING CHEST.
In the wall outside my room.
THROUGH the wall outside my room--they CRACKED THE FAR SIDE.
This place. Is. GHETTO.
(On the plus side, new information tells me that the RA on my floor has been reinstated and is once again acting as he should, the culprits for this damage are the food theives and are moving out tomorrow, and one of the asscreams downstairs is ALSO moving out tomorrow.)
<font size=-1>[ This Message was edited by: Kayumi on 2002-12-13 21:09 ]</font>
12-15-2002, 09:33 PM
Not that it really matters, but here's some followup:
Another dent in my door was added last night, and a whole rash of evictions have taken place or will be taking place in the near future. The guy who threw the chair at my door and dented it did so in front of an RA or two. It takes a very special kind of stupid.
The hole in the wall was fixed today. Woke me up with the noise. Wasn't too annoyed, though.
Evictions, evictions, evictions. Yay yay yay. Maybe this place won't be so ghetto next semester...
Guns work great. For everything else there is pepper-spray.
12-16-2002, 05:06 PM
Got this (http://www.geocities.com/countbrandan/evictions2.gif) handed to me today by the landlord. Last names have been concealed to protect the guilty. Some notes:
The food thieves were caught in the act, and I was one of the witnesses whose signature was on the sheet concerning that. They were also at least partly responsible for at least one of the incidents involving my door (specifically, the vandalism-causing guest put two dents into my door one night) and I'm fairly certain they were involved in one or more of the instances in which food was applied to my door. (Eggs, twice, and butter, once)
The third person on the list was also probably involved in those incidents, and is also the genius who decided to hurl a chair at my door while one of the RAs was sitting right there. He also verbally abused myself and at least two of my friends.
Room 210 is the one right below mine. Thus, that's the main asshat. Whee. He's also been associated indirectly with a great deal of the vandalism in the building.
Oh. Either Jason, or Jaydy's boyfriend, or both, I have no idea who they are, caused the Hole-in-the-wall. And Jonathan also decided there should be a window there, and helped finish it. Again, in sight of an RA.
Let's see...what's the best way to sum up...ah, yes.
Pepper Spray would make their fate taste that much better.
12-17-2002, 12:22 AM
I wish I lived in the ghetto, sounds entertaining
On 2002-12-16 22:22, Balthor_The_Defiled wrote:
I wish I lived in the ghetto, sounds entertaining
NOW FOR A LIMITED TIME, YOU CAN MAKE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD A GHETTO IM JUST 5 EASY STEPS!!!!
1. Take part is or be victimized by weekly drive-bys.
2. Join a gang or start one if there are none.
3. Promote the use of illegal drugs in your neighborhood.
4. Kidnap some girls and force them to become whores.
5. Rob or be robbed by people.
12-17-2002, 11:04 AM
It's not an ACTUAL ghetto. It's the university dormitory-style equivalent, though. The drugs still happen, the gangs might, but with less violence. Drive-by shootings are replaced with covering people's doors with food. And there's regular occurences of people smashing up the building. This is the place where they LIVE.
Theft happened, too.
But hopefully, all this will soon end.
12-17-2002, 12:46 PM
I wager that by Christmas, your door will be safe again? o_o
Only for the cycle to continue next year... ^_^;;
12-17-2002, 12:54 PM
What really bugs me is that with four evictions (I count Tom _______ as an eviction, since he would have been if he hadn't moved out before he could be slapped with one) there wasn't ONE who didn't cause trouble to me specifically on more than one occasion. I mean...I'm just a quiet guy, who doesn't drink and wants to be able to sleep after 2 AM without interruptions. It's not even like I'm a total shut-in, either. Most of the time my door is wide open, and there's usually someone stopping by. I just don't wanna be involved in trashing the place or loud drunken parties--even if I saw the attraction in getting completely drunk outta my mind, I couldn't do it because of the antidepressants I'm on, among other things--and so I became a target for all the assholes.
It bugs me that I was involved in some way in all those evictions. It really does.
12-18-2002, 12:07 AM
work a few jobs and save money your lazy bixsh,
then you can buy that uber l33t home...
you know the one with the white picket fence... nvr mind @_<
12-18-2002, 02:29 AM
I'm a UNIVERSITY STUDENT. Any funds procured by jobs I hold (which will never be concurrent with the school year because I have a hard enough time getting things done without the extra stress) will be used to pay tuition. Not buy a house.
Next year, the plan is for four or five of us to go in together and either lease a house or an apartment, and it will be good. For the rest of this year, I've got to put up with this lease.
12-18-2002, 02:33 AM
your a quitter
12-18-2002, 02:55 AM
...Let me tell you a story.
In October this year, I damn near committed suicide.
I came very close to taking a knife to my wrists and bleeding to death in the bathtub.
I'm clinically depressed, and the antidepressants I was on at the time were doing nothing. Over a three day period I got exactly four hours of sleep due to the partying, the two occasions of door egging, financial crisis, my dad losing a job, nearly failing a midterm, and several other contributing factors.
If I had killed myself, at that point, then I would be a quitter.
I damn near dropped out of school and moved back home to get a meaningless mundane minimum wage job, thinking I would never amount to anything, and that this whole university thing was not worth it. Note that I'm in my third year here, so I'm currently more than halfway done.
Had I given in to that instinct, then I would have been a quitter.
My parents have offered me the option of moving home and using the car to drive the forty-five minutes it would take to get to school every day. In spite of the fact that this would cause countless difficulties, both because I would have forfeited the rest of the money on the lease and because I'd then also be causing them to have to pay for gas AND depriving them of one of the two cars the family has, just because I couldn't take it. Not to mention that there's currently a battle between my mother and the insurance company because she's disabled and can't work, and they don't want to give her the money they owe. So I'd be hurting an already bad situation if I did that, but they wouldn't be upset.
If I took that offer, if I took the way out that's easy for me but hurts others...then I'd be a quitter.
I have not done these things. I am still alive, and on more functional antidepressants. I am still in school, and my marks are climbing (though slowly). I am still living in this ghetto apartment, which may become less ghetto now that the evictions have taken place.
I am not a quitter.
12-18-2002, 11:58 AM
nice story... but if you can't see that empty lines like 'you're a quitter' and 'white picket fences' with odd smiles at the end aren't jokes or at the very least non-serious comments then I duon't know what to say...
12-18-2002, 12:03 PM
Just hit a little close to home. You know how that is.
'sides, I'm still in the middle of exams. My brain doesn't work right at the moment. ^_~
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