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Spent several hours in a barely productive and rather circular argument (pleasant enough, but not a discussion per se) about housing situations.

I transferred some data to another party that they did not have, discovered a thing or two I hadn't seen before (a handy simile), and acquired some figures which do not make up the majority of the considerations, but I did not have before.

It was tiresome overall, and not helpful, sorry. In short it seems that I ought to move, but don't much want to. Therefore various options presented are insufficiently appealing to overcome institutional inertia.

A "Monte Cristo" sandwich is a tasty thing that I probably won't ever order again. Still, it's worth a try if you haven't.

And now to try and get something Productive done in the remainder of the day. Or just play the damned video game some more.

Current Location: bedroom (now with light)
Current Mood: discontent discontent
Current Music: NPR (now back on the air??)

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cosmiclola From: cosmiclola Date: November 21st, 2007 03:33 pm (UTC) (Link)
I moved out to my own apt. (ie. w/o roommates)as soon as I started making a bit less than what you make now.

adric From: adric Date: November 21st, 2007 04:41 pm (UTC) (Link)


Indeed? It's not as much now as it was then, I fear.
sotto_voce From: sotto_voce Date: November 21st, 2007 09:05 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: Interesting

I think that for the most part it is.

I am obviously biased, but I do not think it would be easy for you to find a 2 BR 2.5 bath, private townhouse for $500 + utilities anywhere else in the area. Sure, I'd like to get another $300 out of you (or ideally, your roommate), so that I don't have to lose money, but I'd rather not be totally out the rent or renting to strangers who are going to trash my place.

If you want to put a sign out front, you are welcome to :) I'm wide open to selling it.
cosmiclola From: cosmiclola Date: November 21st, 2007 09:55 pm (UTC) (Link)

Re: Interesting

inflation is inflation. still. they point is that if you want to move out, you can. You don't need a 2 bedroom 2.5 bath town house to live in. you only need a one bedroom/one bathroom apartment.

I pay $732/mo rent right now, because i didn't feel like moving, but I'm sure you can get something cheaper if you looked. The other point is that peace of mind is priceless.
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