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post #7141 of 11477
I could get one as I have a shared backyard at my building, but there's always fucking people out there. Not worth it.
post #7142 of 11477
Yeah, shared backyard isn't ideal. Still, I'd love to have a grill.
post #7143 of 11477
A comrade left this on the subway last night. Should I do it?

post #7144 of 11477
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Yeah, shared backyard isn't ideal. Still, I'd love to have a grill.

my yard is shared too, but the people who are always out there are a group of 3 relatives who have a totally loaded iPod, a bluetooth speaker, and constant supply of beer.
post #7145 of 11477
Part of the problem is there are sections with private outdoor areas and those people are always out there and they just occupy the shared section as their own. Tons of dogs running around in it and such.
post #7146 of 11477
Congregate living is very complicated.
post #7147 of 11477
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A comrade left this on the subway last night. Should I do it?


I wouldn't if I were you. You might end up in prison.
post #7148 of 11477
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Part of the problem is there are sections with private outdoor areas and those people are always out there and they just occupy the shared section as their own. Tons of dogs running around in it and such.

how many units in your building? There's like 12 or so in my complex, so it's not a clusterfuck. For like 4 nights in a row, I've just chilled in the yard with the dog and the guys i met. It's been great.
post #7149 of 11477
24 units.
post #7150 of 11477
I was walking around the old neighborhood today. it was very "Manton" weather. I saw an old friend and he and I tossed around a baseball for about 20min and I was DRENCHED in a "Northeast soupy humidity" sweat.
post #7151 of 11477
Why does Manton get all of the credit for complaining about the weather? I'm pretty sure I probably complain about it more than he does.
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Thread Starter 
Because I dial the bitterness to 11.
post #7153 of 11477
I don't know, I might have you beat. Seriously.
post #7154 of 11477
Your bitterness is more scattered. Manton is focused on the weather. He is the benchmark
post #7155 of 11477
Would you say I have more "well-rounded" bitterness?
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