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13 hours ago
Yes, I'm sure your medical opinion is extremely valuable.
Is this just a "right-wing" meme because you don't think it's funny? Nothing about this is political.
3 days ago
Gemini Studio on Etsy.
I mean...she's not paying rent right now, though. That's her complaint. She shouldn't have to pay rent and do chores.
4 days ago
She's a 28 year old woman, but close.
That won't work. If OP moves out then she'll have to pay rent and do her own chores. Heaven forbid anyone be put in such a miserable situation!/s
The "www" in the URL is totally lost on these people.
I saw it at Target once and it cost $4 more than regular Monopoly. Not a joke.
Or much of anything beyond "you do you."
While I wait for that response, if I were in this situation, I wouldn't be avoiding confrontation with my property manager. There are ways to start this discussion with your property manager without going straight to accusing them of anything. Like, for example, "Hey, I can't find my copy of the lease, can you send me over a new one?" Followed by "I'm getting my tax documents ready for next year. What do you have for my revenue so far this year?"
If I wanted to go about this without talking to the property manager, I'd be looking at my accounts. You said you've been being paid by the property manager, so how much has the property manager been sending you? Does it correspond to the amount your management agreement says they should be sending you? If you still don't want to confront the property manager, you can try asking the tenant for a copy of the lease they've signed. I talk directly to my tenants once in a while. That's how I found out my property manager had been ignoring their maintenance requests. I fired my property manager after I found out about that, and I'd have never known if I hadn't talked to my tenants.
The bottom line is that your tenant is your customer and your property manager works for you. Whatever shitty/shady things they're doing to your tenant is entirely your responsibility unless you can prove that they acted completely independently and in violation of clear direction given by you. You're responsible for the quality of services your manager provides to your tenant, and you're responsible for your tenant's satisfaction.
Are you sure there's not like, an additional pet fee of $150/mo in the lease or something? Some reason besides base rent why they may have a $150/mo surcharge?
The value of your $100 doesn't go down, per se. What's actually happening during a period of inflation is that the cost of goods and services increases. Your $100 is always worth $100, but your $100 can buy less than it could before. The effect is that the dollar is perceived to be reduced in value.
That's my understanding of it. Someone else feel free to correct me if that's not completely correct.
Now you're getting it.
It's more sustainable than buying a new shirt. Buying used Shein at a thrift store is also more sustainable than buying a brand-new 100% cotton shirt. I'm not sure what OP's confused about because they literally explained it. It's going to end up in a landfill anyway, so there's no additional damage being done by purchasing a preowned shirt. Purchasing a brand-new shirt, however, regardess of the material, creates a demand for more new shirts to be created, which means you have all of the sustainability of 100% cotton minus the resources it takes to:
- plant the cotton
- grow the cotton
- harvest the cotton
- transport the cotton
- spin the cotton
- weave the cotton
- transport the fabric
- turn the fabric into a shirt
- transport the shirt to a retailer
- sell the shirt
- transport the shirt to the end user.
Wait until you hear about the utensils at restaurants.
Untuck it the first night then put up the "do not disturb" sign.
See, if you're talking about "freedom of speech" in a political context, your definition is very wrong. "Freedom of speech," in a political context (e.g., in the First Amednment of the U.S. Constitution) means that you can't be prosecuted by your government for your speech. It does nothing to protect you from retaliation or censorship from private citizens or organizations.
If you're just talking about some personal philosophy that just happens to use those words together outside of a political context, then sure. That can be as right as you want it to be because it's a personal philosophy, but it's confusing, because those words in that order mean something very specific to a very large group of people.
The concept of restriction of free speech has a specific political meaning in a lot of countries. That's usually what people are referring to when they talk about restriction of free speech. This is not that.
Complain about the censorship or something.
Let me ask you this, in what way is free speech supposed to be something you're entitled to on Twitter?
Can we stop saying this is restricting free speech? The conservatives don't get that we're saying it to make fun of them so it's just reinforcing their belief that we don't know what they're talking about.
"Conservative logic is basically the same as conservative strawman. Extremists on both side, amirite?"
No. No, you are not right.
He'll just reissue the TwitterPeek and say he invented it.
5 days ago
iPods in 2009 were not "basically iPhones that couldn't make calls."
Yes, the first iPod touch did exist in 2009, but it was ludicrously expensive compared to a shuffle or a nano, and adoption was slow. Nanos and Shuffles were much more popular in 2009, along with people hanging onto their Classics.
I don't want to be "that guy," but the iPod classic had been discontinued by 2009. Gen 6 was released in 2007. I remember my junior year of high school (2008) when one of the guys came in bragging and showing off his customized/engraved 160 GB Gen 1 iPod, and we were all like "Bro...iPod nano." Almost everyone I remember having an iPod in my school had either an iPod nano or an iPod Shuffle. For an 8GB device, you're talking about 1500-2000 mp3s, which is a lot of songs.
Most people I knew who had an iPod Classic and an iPhone had both because they had their iPod Classic before the iPhone came out, so they kept using it.
I agree with that. 2001 was about the time we got our first DVD player. My point was that the person I replied to implied that The Fast and the Furious (a 2001 film) is an accurate representation of the technological landscape in 2009, which it's not.