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Zlxr's most recent comments:
- On 9 Sep 2013
U.S. Ship of State is Sinking, Its a Derelict Vessel,
Rising home prices will also make sure that we're all hungry and unable to afford health care.
Don't know about you - but I wouldn't want a wooden house with lots of windows and flimsy doors - if 90% of everyone else is out on the streets, without jobs and hungry.
The one thing the U.S. has that could help - is lot's of educated people and the ability to manufacture. If we made war on pollution instead of on other people - we could go a long way.
If it was possible for someone to invent a stationary cycle that would mostly spin by magnetic repulsion to generate electricity - with the extra energy needed supplied by someone peddling - hooked to a lightweight battery on wheels - I would use it instead of hooking up to the grid. I dare someone to invent such a thing and make it affordable. Think how much cleaner the homeless camps would be if we had really good induction hot plates and cycle powered batteries so everyone could have a cooked meal.
- On 9 Sep 2013
Syria, Pipeline Politics, OPEC & the USDollar,
www.kahudes.net watch her video June 2013
How long can we print dollars before they just become a piece of paper that nobody wants?
- On 9 Sep 2013
Anyone has experience with suing former landlord for return of deposit?,
The best way to avoid hassles is to:
1. Take pictures where the date shows on the picture and itemize and notify your landlord of any problems when you move in.
2. Hire a good cleaning agency and/or take lots of pictures when you leave. And keep your receipts. I went to small claims court once and witnessed a case where the renter had pictures and back up witnesses from the cleaning agency and the judge was not nice to the landlord.
3. Use up all your deposits in the form of rent in the last month or 2 that you rent so the landlord doesn't owe you any money. But make sure that everything is as good or better than when you moved in.
It's a pain in the ass to go through legal hassles and very few people would take you to court if there's a chance they won't get anything in return.
Some landlords are jerks and they get by because they cause more problems than you have time and money to fight and they know it.
However, all but 2 of my landlords has either returned my money or let me use it in place of rent. As long as we agreed to it and on what condition they expected the place to be left in.
The 2 landlords who took my money. One was a drunk manager and I had moved out of state. I even painted the place before I left and he kept the money and sent a note saying he had to repaint - I know he used it to buy booze. This guy was such a bad drunk that he got cited in front of our apartment building after he fell out of his car while he was driving up our street - the police had followed him home. I lost $100 but it wasn't convenient for me to fight it. The 2nd landlord was having financial problems and so was I so I didn't have the time or the money to fight it. That was about $100 also (these happened about 40 years ago).
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