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RubenX 11-30-11 03:45 AM

I'm tired and I'm declaring the moving proceedings "OVER"
 
After days of moving and cleaning I've reach the point where I just say "screw it!". I'm tired as hell and if there is one little hole that needs putty, owner can fix it and charge me for it. I'm done with this.

Siu Blue Wind 11-30-11 06:55 AM

Don't be lazy, Ruben. Plug it up. It's going to cost you more to be lazy.

RubenX 11-30-11 09:40 AM

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Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind (Post 13547056)
Don't be lazy, Ruben. Plug it up. It's going to cost you more to be lazy.

NO. I'm tired and I want to sleep and be lazy @ home! :(

jsharr 11-30-11 09:52 AM

Did you remember to take the Hyundai starter out of the oven? If not, you know they will keep it and fine you for not cleaning the oven.

Captain Blight 11-30-11 05:53 PM

This is why I start packing a month before I have to move.

RubenX 11-30-11 07:43 PM

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Originally Posted by Captain Blight (Post 13549189)
This is why I start packing a month before I have to move.

I did that. :\ but I have a lot of crap :(

<3 2 Ride 11-30-11 08:22 PM

HTFU! Do what needs to be done. And get rid of some of that crap. It's weighing you down.

spry 12-01-11 08:13 AM

That hole in the wall is a perfect start to remodel.

"take down this wall"

Doohickie 12-01-11 11:54 AM

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Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 13547292)
Did you remember to take the Hyundai starter out of the oven? If not, you know they will keep it and fine you for not cleaning the oven.

When we rented a house many moons ago, there was a whole pile of car parts (motor heads, brake discs & drums, heavy stuff like that) behind the house from the previous tenant. The owner said he would clean it up. After a couple of months it was still there, so on garbage night (we had a private trash collection service- if you could get it in a 33 gal bag, they would take it), I carried all the stuff up to the curb and set it into bags. I then sent my rent check in minus $50 and told him I was billing him for having to move the stuff myself. His response? "Okay, thanks for documenting it." After that, whenever we were short of money for the month, I'd fix something in the house and bill the landlord for my time. As long as I gave him documentation of what I did, store receipts, and how much my time was worth, he would accept checks for the rent that had those amounts deducted. He just wanted records for his taxes.

He was an absentee landlord, mostly, but he was cool about me doing the repairs and billing him. When we moved out, he said we were the best tenants he'd ever had.

spry 12-01-11 10:00 PM

Were those old discarded Hyundai parts and was there stale french fries all over?


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