I'm very upset right now

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Currently, I live in a 4 family house. The laundry room also serves as a community storage space. Everybody who lives here, keeps a box or two down there. I had a box of personal belongings and my STC books. I don't use the laundry room here, I take my stuff to a laundry mat (it's cheaper and my clothes actually get dry), so I havent been down there in months. I went down there tonight to get my STC books, and they were gone.I am thoroughly pissed. What kind of rat f*ck would steal my stuff? Bastards.

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old STC books are like dirty underwear- nobody wants them or needs them- likely they were thrown away as trash- or best case, someone actually used them while they were current-
 

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Read the sign next time you go to wash your clothes...it's a "laundromat"

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What are STC books?
Why do you live in a commune? Do you live on a kibbutz?

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Exactly.  WHat the hell are you still in college?  What is a four family house?  Is that some kind of public housing or something of that sort? 

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I think Slim2None is alright and he even reminds me a little of Incredble Hulk.

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EBAY... The best price...
 
When I am studying for an exam, I keep the manual glued to my side.   

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Greenhills wrote:Exactly.  WHat the hell are you still in college?  What is a four family house?  Is that some kind of public housing or something of that sort? No, I just finished college. I'm not like you guys, my mommy and daddy didn't pay for my education and buy me a house and a car.

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TexasRep wrote: 
old STC books are like dirty underwear- nobody wants them or needs them- likely they were thrown away as trash- or best case, someone actually used them while they were current-
 I hear ya, but there was alot of info in there that remains the same. I was looking to brush up on things, but oh well, maybe I can get another copy. I don't care about the test book, just the chapters.

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Greenhills wrote:Exactly.  WHat the hell are you still in college?  What is a four family house?  Is that some kind of public housing or something of that sort? Cut him some slack.  He probably lives some place where the rents are outrageous.When I lived in San Jose I had employees working for me who made $80K and still had roommates and went to the laundromat.

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Slim2None wrote: No, I just finished college. I'm not like you guys, my mommy and daddy didn't pay for my education and buy me a house and a car.
 
Ah…to be young again and just out of college.  I can picture it now.  A kegerator in the kitchen and parties almost every night.  <?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

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If you live in a 4 family house with any sort of shared space I think you should feel lucky the only things stolen were your STC books.  Unless you're looking at the options section I don't really think you're going to need to worry about much of the material in those books.  When was the last time you picked up your Statistics book to figure out what Standard Deviation really is? 

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WealthManager wrote:
Slim2None wrote: No, I just finished college. I'm not like you guys, my mommy and daddy didn't pay for my education and buy me a house and a car.
 
I can picture it now.  A kegerator in the kitchen and parties almost every night.  <?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />

I won't lie, that sounds very appealing to me.

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Amen!  Where do I sign?

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JCadieux wrote:
Greenhills wrote:Exactly.  WHat the hell are you still in college?  What is a four family house?  Is that some kind of public housing or something of that sort? Cut him some slack.  He probably lives some place where the rents are outrageous.When I lived in San Jose I had employees working for me who made $80K and still had roommates and went to the laundromat.Thank you. I live in Northern NJ. I'm not a provincial hick like "Greenhills" who doesn't understand "four family" means "four apartments". Maybe if I put a "double wide" he'd understand.

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Slim2None wrote: JCadieux wrote: Greenhills wrote:Exactly.  WHat the hell are you still in college?  What is a four family house?  Is that some kind of public housing or something of that sort? Cut him some slack.  He probably lives some place where the rents are outrageous.When I lived in San Jose I had employees working for me who made $80K and still had roommates and went to the laundromat.Thank you. I live in Northern NJ. I'm not a provincial hick like "Greenhills" who doesn't understand "four family" means "four apartments". Maybe if I put a "double wide" he'd understand.

 
When I was a kid, we lived in a high rise that had 640 apartments. I called it a "640 family building."

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Greenhills wrote:Exactly.  WHat the hell are you still in college?  What is a four family house?  Is that some kind of public housing or something of that sort? 
 
Sounds like a ten year vet for Jones

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jones&out wrote:
Greenhills wrote:Exactly.  WHat the hell are you still in college?  What is a four family house?  Is that some kind of public housing or something of that sort? 
 
Sounds like a ten year vet for Jones

Exactly.  But, he gits to go on dem dy-versi-fy-cation trips ever-now-n-again.  And the do pay his rent a secker-tary, too. 

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