October 30th, 2006


The Landlords Strike Back

In response to our letter after their initial threat of eviction this is what our landlords have to say after avoiding talking to us each time they've come down:

David and Tapati (last name),

This letter is a responce [sic] to your letter dated October 10, 2006.

As stated in the last paragraph of your letter you asked us to let you know if you must leave. "THE ANSWER IS YES," rather than endure a formal eviction. Give us a written 30 day notice as specified in the contract. Two weeks before you leave we will do a walk-thru [sic] inspection to determine the condition of [unit number] which will give you time to correct any problems. You will also be responsable [sic] to comply with the cleanup list you signed.

(landlords' names)

I received this today in the mail by certified letter, return receipt requested. Then shortly after it was delivered their van was parked downstairs. Is this a sadistic plot to watch us squirm? Yes I could demand they go ahead and try to evict us, fight it, etc., but that takes more energy than I have right now. I went through court with psycho landlady (and won) when she stole our entire 2800.00 deposit and it's really stressful. And in the end I'd be living near and giving money to people who hate me, even if I win.

So I got pretty upset and was having a bit of chest pain but I am calmer now. I think I'm starting to go numb.

It would be really nice to get a call or email today that I've got the job I just interviewed for. It's about time I had a break.

And...rrrrring rrrring--I just got the phone call and I got the job! I'm not kidding, while I was writing this the phone rang and I ran to answer it. Not only did I get the job but I'm going to Southern California on Wednesday to start training. All expenses paid. I'll be doing some traveling for this job, and then writing reports. Below the cut is their description of the job:

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