How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
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Fucking joke...

...so yeah, our landlord fixed the heat the other day, right? We're no longer freezing, which is good. I'm not sure if the pump was replaced or if he pulled part of the casing off and fixed it; the section where the motor is is different, but I can't tell if it's a repair or a cob-job. More and more, I'm thinking it's a cob-job.

What makes me say this?

The oil filter is leaking. He's got a coffee can underneath it catching the spillage. So oil is leaking into a can less than three feet from the furnace. Less than three feet beyond that is a pile of crap that's been here since before we moved in.

Something I realized though; he can never take a legal action against us for anything. Why? Little things. There's no way the front-porch is code. There's one smoke detector in the three-story house, which we provided, but we do have two CO detectors which he provided. I think one of them may pull double duty, leaving us only one smoke detector short to meet code.

Grraaarrrg! If I die in a house fire, I'm killing him. Over and over and over again.
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