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Monday, April 7, 2008

Removing out of my apartment

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Moved out of my apartment last weekend. We were trying to buy a place but were unable to reach terms on price for one place, and the builder DMCI was hopeless at revising its contract on another place. So I ended up paying Y1000 for a tradesman to move our stuff out.
Having done that I ran into the mother of the landlord in the street. I am friendly with her cousin. She was saying. I was wondering if you wanted your computer. Maybe you have another. I mentioned that I have another. And she was asking maybe she can have it. Hmmm.... well it was a pushy approach. Not accustomed to that. I dont like dealing with her. She doesn't respond to messages. She tells me I have to move out when I reached an agreement with her cousin to move out later. I actually was moving out only because her son plays music all the time. I'm trying to work and he's playing the same boring music all the time. On the other side of the house this family has erected a pig feed factory in a residential house. That attracts alot of birds, and bird shit. But the worst of it was the 10-odd roosters they put their. These things are crowing at all times of the day, and they were right outside my window.
Anyway as a tenant I had no rights. As a landlord I could complain to the president of the village home owners association. This village has no rules preventing cocks, so if you are planning to move into a new home, I would ensure they are limited in what they can do. Cocks are the worst! Dont think you are safe because there are none around you. People move and alot of people have these things. Stupid sport! Where is the skill in cockfighting, or gambling for that matter.
Damned if she is getting my computer - I'd prefer to give it to a school.