Sunday, September 23, 2012

Letter to Manager

Here is my email to manager:

The toilet got clogged again please replace. The stove doesn't always turn on please replace. Some of the blinds have fallen off please replace.

Update August 24: The manager called today twice said that repairman guy is going to come to call today to make an appointment to come to fix the stove. The blinds are going to be replaced today.

Update 12:47pm: Some of the blinds have been changed today the rest will be changed tomorrow.

Update August 25: The repairman came today. He did some maintenance work and said if there where any other problems to call the manager. The broken blinds where replaced.


About a week ago my toilet got clogged. I had called the manger Neil Murphy, but he didn't pick up the phone. I have left a message telling him about a problem on his work and cell phone. Soon he called me and said that plumber  is going to be at my apartment in an hour or two. When no one has came I had called him again and once again he didn't pick up the phone. I had left him a massage and he had called me back. This time he said that plumber is going to be from 6:30 or 7:00. When no one came at 7:00 I had called the manager once again and once again he didn't pick up. This time I had to leave more that one message before the plumber did come. A shortly after that the manager called to ask if the plumber had arrived after hearing the reassuring yes he had hanged up the phone.

Today the toilet is clogged again. I had called the manager at 9:58, left him a massage. He had not called back yet. My mother had called my grandfather to help unclog the toilet. He head out right a way and he is here already. The manager has not called yet.

Update 10:46pm: The manager did call eventually. He said that the plumber is going to come tomorrow or day after tomorrow.

Wednesday, September 12, 2012

Indefinite detention -- we won!

We did it! A federal court in New York just ruled indefinite detention UNCONSTITUTIONAL and issued a permanent injunction against use of that law -- it would have allowed the military to detain civilians -- even Americans -- indefinitely and without trial if they're accused of certain crimes.
Please click here to tell Obama to back off of his support of indefinite detention, and tell your senators to oppose it when it comes up for a vote this fall.
It's an egregious violation of the Constitution, a disgusting infringement upon our due process rights, and has already had a chilling effect on activists and journalists. That's why writer Chris Hedges and six others sued to block it.
Shockingly, the Obama administration has consistently supported indefinite detention this year -- signing it into law in the dark of night on New Year's Eve and defending it in court. If we don't do anything, they'll probably keep fighting to protect this law!
Click here to tell Obama to quit supporting indefinite detention.

Saturday, September 8, 2012

My Pirate Name...

My pirate name is:
Red Charity Rackham
Passion is a big part of your life, which makes sense for a pirate. You have the good fortune of having a good name, since Rackham (pronounced RACKem, not rack-ham) is one of the coolest sounding surnames for a pirate. Arr!
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