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Hunchback of Solow
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Why do I have to bathe and brush my teeth? Why can't I just press buttons and have it done for me, exactly the way I want it done? Why is it up to me to write my memoir, clean my apartment, read ebooks, and take walks? I like sleeping, eating, and being entertained. Life is challenging.
 

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Vulgarian
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Does the moderation staff support transphobia?
If you are going to quote me to get my attention, you could do me the courtesy of telling me what you are actually on about.
I'm not sure that Supergrass or Louder Than War Magazine have anything to do with it?
FWD.
 

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If you are going to quote me to get my attention, you could do me the courtesy of telling me what you are actually on about.
I'm not sure that Supergrass or Louder Than War Magazine have anything to do with it?
FWD.

I will do no such thing.
 

rifke

ladies bear (inquire within)
i have a friend leaving at the end of the month who has offered me her place. it's so much better than mine, an entirely seperate suite, proper bathroom, nearly complete kitchen, two minute walk from my work. no noise, no kids, no centipedes. free cable (dateline marathons!!). only $170 more in rent. the only drawback is it doesnt have a washer and dryer (but ill just hand wash things). the only problem is i have a six months lease here which doesnt run out until the end of september, and leaving with only giving a couple of days notice is pretty shitty, especially when this place hasnt been a bad place to live, and aside from the centipede i have no real complaints. but the thing is: i signed this lease back when i thought i would be able to travel again in six months. my plan was to save up enough money and then to go travel at the end of september. if that were stilll possible i would definitely stay here. due to circumstances entirely beyond my control that is now no longer possible, so my needs have clearly changed. if im going to be here for another year or whatever, clearly i need a place more suited to me. i dont think i should have to be beholden to a lease i signed when the world was a different place, should i?
 

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Hunchback of Solow
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i have a friend leaving at the end of the month who has offered me her place. it's so much better than mine, an entirely seperate suite, proper bathroom, nearly complete kitchen, two minute walk from my work. no noise, no kids, no centipedes. free cable (dateline marathons!!). only $170 more in rent. the only drawback is it doesnt have a washer and dryer (but ill just hand wash things). the only problem is i have a six months lease here which doesnt run out until the end of september, and leaving with only giving a couple of days notice is pretty shitty, especially when this place hasnt been a bad place to live, and aside from the centipede i have no real complaints. but the thing is: i signed this lease back when i thought i would be able to travel again in six months. my plan was to save up enough money and then to go travel at the end of september. if that were stilll possible i would definitely stay here. due to circumstances entirely beyond my control that is now no longer possible, so my needs have clearly changed. if im going to be here for another year or whatever, clearly i need a place more suited to me. i dont think i should have to be beholden to a lease i signed when the world was a different place, should i?
I suggest you write your landlord a letter explaining your reasoning like you did here, and maybe sweeten the deal by giving him your damage deposit or one month's worth of rent for the time he may have to interview potential tenants. As for laundry, there must be a laundromat around. I'd hate to have to hand wash my clothes. Especially blankets.
 

rifke

ladies bear (inquire within)
I suggest you write your landlord a letter explaining your reasoning like you did here, and maybe sweeten the deal by giving him your damage deposit or one month's worth of rent for the time he may have to interview potential tenants. As for laundry, there must be a laundromat around. I'd hate to have to hand wash my clothes. Especially blankets.
well my landlord lives upstairs so it might be weird to write him a letter when i can simply talk to him. but yes i do intend to tell him what i said here. the more i think about it the less bad i feel. why should i care if he loses out? ive lost out too. eveyone loses out in coronavirus world. and me more than most because i didnt get to jus sit back and play xbox all day while collecting a check from the government like eveyone else. but yeah, i will leave him my damage deposit.
 

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Hunchback of Solow
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well my landlord lives upstairs so it might be weird to write him a letter when i can simply talk to him. but yes i do intend to tell him what i said here. the more i think about it the less bad i feel. why should i care if he loses out? ive lost out too. eveyone loses out in coronavirus world. and me more than most because i didnt get to jus sit back and play xbox all day while collecting a check from the government like eveyone else. but yeah, i will leave him my damage deposit.
Will you have a bed and frame at the other place?
 

reelfountain

Well-Known Member
I had an instance where I'd just wanted to knock off early while working from home and work the statutory minimum of 6hours for the day. I've always been upfront with the hours I'm working. Anyway, the next day, my manager emailed me and said 'what happened yesterday? Did you have IT issues in the afternoon?' I emailed him back and said, 'No, I knocked off early and entered the hours I'd worked on my flexi time record' He said, 'oh, that's OK then' They're watching everything you do. And now I've heard there's going to be face recognition on your computer when you work from home,so that every second of your working day will be monitored. We feel we've been liberated through not having to go into the office anymore during Covid but I somehow feel we'll be monitored even more, and the troubling thing is that it's happening in your own home.
Does Covid even really exist?

I mean, apart from a few lardarses here and there?
 

reelfountain

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We've talked about it so much that I became a bore over the issue. I feel if the same situation arises again, people are going to be more reticent about locking themselves away next time. Life has suddenly become, very slightly, more risky. It's a risk we have to learn to live with. And all these people who are still afraid to step out of their front door are welcome to stay away. That's their choice and I don't blame them. And those who want to risk living and dying should equally be allowed to get on with things. That's the choice we should have been given from the outset.
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I agree. This is the only time authorities have taken extreme measure to control a flu virus. I have been skeptical from the very beginning. Every year I usually know loads of people who catch the yearly flu bug - this year nobody.
 

reelfountain

Well-Known Member
We've talked about it so much that I became a bore over the issue. I feel if the same situation arises again, people are going to be more reticent about locking themselves away next time. Life has suddenly become, very slightly, more risky. It's a risk we have to learn to live with. And all these people who are still afraid to step out of their front door are welcome to stay away. That's their choice and I don't blame them. And those who want to risk living and dying should equally be allowed to get on with things. That's the choice we should have been given from the outset.
I agree. This is the only time authorities have taken extreme measure to control a flu virus. I have been skeptical from the very beginning. Every year I usually know loads of people who catch the yearly flu bug - this year nobody.
 

!Viva Hate!

pls scream inside your heart ⚧
I might be a drunk, but I've never willingly taken drugs that I don't want to take. Especially when they don't work. Doctors have no f***ing idea of how to make people feel happy. They know how to stop you feeling, but that's not the same as being happy. I'd rather feel sad than feel nothing at all.

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!Viva Hate!

pls scream inside your heart ⚧
I'm thinking of being female on here when I'm done with Dale, Viva. I said before, that I'm not really going to become female, like you, but I'm going to have a female presence. I'll still feel and think the same things but it's going to be from a female standpoint. I don't quite want to let Dale go yet though, because he has to go to his mum and dad's and sing a proper Smiths or Morrissey song with full backing music and post it on here. It's going to be hard starting afresh and not being Dale anymore. But it's like anything else. You move on and become something else while essentially remaining the same. Hopefully, when I'm female, I won't concentrate on making a big deal of my drinking habits. I realise that part of my life can become a little repetitive and crass.
I wish you the best with your future gimmick
 
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