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Old 01-15-2008, 07:23 PM   #44 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by jesikat View Post
yeah. It just doesn't add up. If you were using insulin, you would have some sort of proper wrapper or insulin container or something laying around.
And you wouldn't keep your needles with burnt tin foil in your weed stash box. I don't think.
Sounds fishy to me. I know a few insulin-dependent diabetics, and if they're seriously taking care of themselves to the point that they're bothering to take their injections, they're storing their insulin in a refrigerator.

Most leases explicitly mention that performing illegal acts -- which most certainly includes illegal drug possession and/or use -- to be sufficient grounds for voiding a lease contract. I would tell the landlord that the situation with her is beyond salvage, and that you have little choice but to have her removed or to move on yourself. Many landlords say they'll force you to pay some penalty if you leave early, but feel out whether or not that's actually the case here. You could do what some bitch roommate I had did when she decided she wanted to stick me with the remaining obligation on a lease* -- write a letter to the landlord and the roommate telling them you are moving out and leaving the lease with the primary leaseholder. For full effect, give it to her as you're moving your stuff out and give them some relative's address as a forwarding address.

* All I was guilty of was telling her that her illegal immigrant boyfriend needed to leave.
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