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  • ClutterApartment After
    Watch how plants, animals, papers and other objects sprout and grow in the ClutterHome!! Just like Magic Rocks but taking up way more space!

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Monday, January 09, 2006



Glad you are ok!


have to admit that I wasn't that deeply shocked when you went awol. Mostly because that is how I was when I hit a good relationship.
So glad that for the most part it is going well.
Your tenant is weird.
Have a good trip.


I'm pretty sure your tenant can't stop his check because of the repairs. If you took him to court, he'd have to pay up. Especially since the people are now coming to repair the damage. So if things go wacky, you'll win in small claims court. Good luck, and just forget about all the crap while you're gone!



Have a good trip!





OOO I think I get your tenet..... he either wants to keep the rent at the discounted price OR he has stuff going on in his apt that you didn't give him enough time to hide (like marjuana plants growin'). I am currantly pissing off every single friend I have made in the past little bit so I thought I would come over and vist you because you seem so sane.... STOP laughing!!!! :) ok keep laughing.

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