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Oct 4th 2012 5:56PM You don't know anything about me but you would call me a hypocrite? I've driven for years from the suburbs to NYC and I ALWAYS cussed out those a**h**e drivers who slowed down to look at an accident. It easily added 15 minutes to my commute. Ghoul I can say because those morons actively decided to go on that bus "tour." You may frined are, well you fill in the blank.
Oct 4th 2012 2:17PM What ghoulish folks. Nothing better to do than observe human misery?
Aug 26th 2012 1:47PM I received a letter from my landlord a few weeks ago asking my permission to inspect the apartment. I've only lived there for 6 months. I asked if that was required by my lease. I never recived an answer and I didn't allow him to come into my home. As long as I live there, pay my rent on time, and the lease does not require inspection then it is MY home. You can inspect it when I move and withold my security deposit if I caused damage.
Aug 26th 2012 1:39PM It is so hard to rent an apartment today. Beyond the references, credit checks, security deposits etc., now we have to put up with felons who cast all renters as bad people. This is so sad for all decent people concerned, renters and landlords.
Aug 5th 2012 10:06AM Why do you assume that people who have lost their homes are deadbeats? Ever hear of losing a job, having huge medical expenses or a list of other unfortunate circumstances that can result in foreclosure? If it hasn't happened to you, count yourself lucky. It can happy to anyone, including you, in a heartbeat. Don't be so smug. It's unbecoming.
Aug 4th 2012 11:28AM No, not everybody would do the same thing. Don't put me and others in the same pot with that vulture. There are some people who have character.
Aug 4th 2012 6:36AM I see from your comment that you've added your name to the vulture list. Just remember what goes around, comes around. Don't be surprised if something as painful as being homeless happens to you.
Aug 3rd 2012 3:30PM So the vultures who were planning to buy the homes of down-and-out folks, were beaten to the punch by an even bigger vulture? Hope they all go to Satan's fiery pit on an express train.
Jun 30th 2012 10:07AM I was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, one of 5 boroughs comprising NYC. I was so close to Manhattan (what most people know as NYC) that I could see the skyscrapers from my apartment. Yet, despite the proximity to NYC, it took me at least 1 hour to commute from Brooklyn to NYC via mass transit. Why? Just because you live in a big city and have access to mass transit that doesn't mena you have a direct connection. You have to switch trains and buses and wait for each. That's why living in the suburbs of NYC can be a lesser commute because most suburban commuter lines drop you off in the heart of Manhattan, at worst, a short subway ride or walk to your office. Living in the city is not all it's cracked up to be.
Nov 24th 2011 2:33AM Obviously this was a bad situation. However, some of the blame rests squarely on the shoulders on the plane designers. They are so anxious to squeeze every buck possible out of each flight that they fail to design seats that are big enough for passenegers. Most seats can only fit anorexic midgets.