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Kenny022593
10-17-2011, 09:38 PM
I really friggin hate when people touch your stuff and think you are cool with it NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU TELL THEM NOT TO TOUCH IT. It ****es me the hell off that everyone on my floor thinks they can waltz into my room and just start fondling everything and poking the computer screen and what not. What if I just went in and did that to their stuff? Would they be ok with it? For christ sake, if it isn't yours don't fondle it AND IF YOU DO THEN STOP WHEN THE PERSON TELLS YOU TO.

Yes, I am a #@!#$#

cucio
10-17-2011, 09:57 PM
I am cool with some people touching some of my stuff. ;-)

autumn_leaf
10-17-2011, 10:18 PM
I never went through dorm life. It's a mix bag. You don't like people waltzing in? Lock the door.

westside
10-17-2011, 11:17 PM
I am cool with some people touching some of my stuff. ;-)

Cannot take OP serious because of this lol

Sentinel
10-18-2011, 12:27 AM
OP sounds like a dude named Rickson. He started threads whenever someone touched his chest/pizza/cheeks etc and then had the threads deleted out of embarassment.

OTMPut
10-18-2011, 12:53 AM
I really friggin hate when people touch your stuff and think you are cool with it NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU TELL THEM NOT TO TOUCH IT. It ****es me the hell off that everyone on my floor thinks they can waltz into my room and just start fondling everything and poking the computer screen and what not. What if I just went in and did that to their stuff? Would they be ok with it? For christ sake, if it isn't yours don't fondle it AND IF YOU DO THEN STOP WHEN THE PERSON TELLS YOU TO.

Yes, I am a #@!#$#

As russell peters would say: you have a ROOOM for yourself?!!

chrischris
10-18-2011, 01:25 AM
Touchy subject...

I feel that i lose my touch if some tries to stuff me with silly ideas and sell me crap products. So i buy less but only quality things that last. that way less chances for people to get to touch them.
I like to give my girlfriend my touch and i think she like me because of that and isnt interested in most of my stuff .
The best stuff of the mind are the kind that will stand the grind of time and leave the rest behind ..

michael_1265
10-18-2011, 02:30 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrllCZw8jiM

chrischris
10-18-2011, 02:35 AM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrllCZw8jiM


Thats not nice.

Kenny022593
10-18-2011, 05:04 AM
I have already had a few of my things broken and I would not like that to happen to the expensive things.... Especially since I have tennis racquets that aren't mine in here and I am stringing for the team because people walk in are like, "OH YOU PLAY TENNIS!?," and grab the racquets and just start swinging away.

Hell, I almost broke my laptop last too because when I was trying to close it another kid was forcing it back open and then when I did close it he opened it again and starts banging on the keys.... Good stuff

thug the bunny
10-18-2011, 05:09 AM
Touchy subject...

I feel that i lose my touch if some tries to stuff me with silly ideas and sell me crap products. So i buy less but only quality things that last. that way less chances for people to get to touch them.
I like to give my girlfriend my touch and i think she like me because of that and isnt interested in most of my stuff .
The best stuff of the mind are the kind that will stand the grind of time and leave the rest behind ..

I stuff my touch by touching the ideas that fit into the touching stuff so I can get people to stay away from the touchy ideas about stuff that can be touched behind the way that things are done.

goober
10-18-2011, 06:05 AM
I never went through dorm life. It's a mix bag. You don't like people waltzing in? Lock the door.

Staying in your room with your door locked kinda defeats the purpose of being in a dorm. You may as well move out to an apartment if you are going to do that (and many people do after their freshmen year).

chrischris
10-18-2011, 06:34 AM
What stuff cant you live without?

NickC
10-18-2011, 07:31 AM
Touchy subject...


I see what you did there. Well played sir.

I have already had a few of my things broken and I would not like that to happen to the expensive things.... Especially since I have tennis racquets that aren't mine in here and I am stringing for the team because people walk in are like, "OH YOU PLAY TENNIS!?," and grab the racquets and just start swinging away.

Hell, I almost broke my laptop last too because when I was trying to close it another kid was forcing it back open and then when I did close it he opened it again and starts banging on the keys.... Good stuff

Punch him in the face. Or lock your door.

Staying in your room with your door locked kinda defeats the purpose of being in a dorm. You may as well move out to an apartment if you are going to do that (and many people do after their freshmen year).

This.

sureshs
10-18-2011, 07:44 AM
OP sounds like a dude named Rickson. He started threads whenever someone touched his chest/pizza/cheeks etc and then had the threads deleted out of embarassment.

Which cheeks?

CDestroyer
10-18-2011, 07:48 AM
I really hate chick flicks and songs that are obviously made for 12 year old girls make my blood boil.

michael_1265
10-18-2011, 07:56 AM
Thats not nice.

But the intent was humorous. It was the first thing I thought of.

dParis
10-18-2011, 08:15 AM
I have tennis racquets that aren't mine in here and I am stringing for the team because people walk in are like, "OH YOU PLAY TENNIS!?," and grab the racquets and just start swinging away.

Hell, I almost broke my laptop last too because when I was trying to close it another kid was forcing it back open and then when I did close it he opened it again and starts banging on the keys.... Good stuff
What? Do you live in a psych ward?

michael_1265
10-18-2011, 08:16 AM
I have already had a few of my things broken and I would not like that to happen to the expensive things.... Especially since I have tennis racquets that aren't mine in here and I am stringing for the team because people walk in are like, "OH YOU PLAY TENNIS!?," and grab the racquets and just start swinging away.

Hell, I almost broke my laptop last too because when I was trying to close it another kid was forcing it back open and then when I did close it he opened it again and starts banging on the keys.... Good stuff

In all seriousness, you just have to realize that some people are not going to respect normal concepts of space and ownership, and adjust accordingly. In extreme circumstances, a little revenge is in order, but be prepared to face the consequences. One of my friends in the dorm repeatedly borrowed my stuff, not stopping when warned. He was woken up one night by a blast of bitter cold, his bed and the surrounding room bathed in white vapor. It is amazing how much volume came out of that little CO2 fire extinguisher:twisted: It was weird being a 23-year-old ex-paratrooper in a dorm with a bunch of 18-year-olds, but they learned to live with my sense of humor.

ttbrowne
10-18-2011, 08:24 AM
1) When they get your lunch out of the break room fridge! This should be a firing offense! EVEN IF IT HAS YOUR NAME ON IT!!!

2) They steal your porn!

3) Wear my underwear!!

4) Post pics of me with magic marker on my face after passing out!

Okay, actually I never bring my lunch. I just wanted to chime in.

Fearsome Forehand
10-18-2011, 08:25 AM
You are in college? Living in a dorm? SUNY-Binghamton, I presume?

Ah, dorm life. I remember it well. Do you have a roommate, or do you have your own little dorm room? If the latter, you have no reason to complain. At least you don't have to share a 500 square foot cell with a random stranger and a bathroom with 3 random strangers.

If you don't wish to be bothered, lock your door. When you wish to socialize, you can visit one of those open 24/7 dens of iniquity that exist on the floor of every dorm room it seems.

The rules and norms of behavior to which you were accustomed in your parent's home go out the window once you enter dormitory life. My advise is to relax as you becoming upset won't change the 18-22 year old morons with whom you reside. Just enjoy it to the extent possible.

Your college years pass quickly and then the real fun starts. :) In comparison to real life, college is like a permanent vacation.

michael_1265
10-18-2011, 08:43 AM
In comparison to real life, college is like a permanent vacation.

+1

Exactly. Enjoy it while you can, OP.

Fedace
10-18-2011, 09:05 AM
I really friggin hate when people touch your stuff and think you are cool with it NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU TELL THEM NOT TO TOUCH IT. It ****es me the hell off that everyone on my floor thinks they can waltz into my room and just start fondling everything and poking the computer screen and what not. What if I just went in and did that to their stuff? Would they be ok with it? For christ sake, if it isn't yours don't fondle it AND IF YOU DO THEN STOP WHEN THE PERSON TELLS YOU TO.

Yes, I am a #@!#$#

what if it is a girl you like ?? would that be acceptable ?:)

autumn_leaf
10-18-2011, 09:08 AM
Staying in your room with your door locked kinda defeats the purpose of being in a dorm. You may as well move out to an apartment if you are going to do that (and many people do after their freshmen year).

I think in this situation it would be appropriate. Some people live in dorms cause they see it as the default option, i.e. too lazy or scared to look for a place off campus.

Dorm life is more communal, it's something that should be expected, but what the OP is describing is a complete lack of personal space and respect.

zapvor
10-18-2011, 09:50 AM
I have already had a few of my things broken and I would not like that to happen to the expensive things.... Especially since I have tennis racquets that aren't mine in here and I am stringing for the team because people walk in are like, "OH YOU PLAY TENNIS!?," and grab the racquets and just start swinging away.

Hell, I almost broke my laptop last too because when I was trying to close it another kid was forcing it back open and then when I did close it he opened it again and starts banging on the keys.... Good stuff

i am confused. what school is this????

diredesire
10-18-2011, 10:05 AM
I have already had a few of my things broken and I would not like that to happen to the expensive things.... Especially since I have tennis racquets that aren't mine in here and I am stringing for the team because people walk in are like, "OH YOU PLAY TENNIS!?," and grab the racquets and just start swinging away.

Hell, I almost broke my laptop last too because when I was trying to close it another kid was forcing it back open and then when I did close it he opened it again and starts banging on the keys.... Good stuff

Sounds to me like you're being targeted specifically because people know they'll get a reaction out of you. My advice is to mellow out (a little bit), and ask in a non-whiny tone. Some people just like to get a rise out of others, don't give them the opportunity. If you're trying to slam a laptop lid shut while someone's trying to force it open, they're either extremely socially inept, or they're messing with you. Just ask/speak to the other person as you would any other adult, and perhaps they'll reciprocate by acting like one.

Kenny022593
10-18-2011, 11:16 AM
You are in college? Living in a dorm? SUNY-Binghamton, I presume?

Ah, dorm life. I remember it well. Do you have a roommate, or do you have your own little dorm room? If the latter, you have no reason to complain. At least you don't have to share a 500 square foot cell with a random stranger and a bathroom with 3 random strangers.

If you don't wish to be bothered, lock your door. When you wish to socialize, you can visit one of those open 24/7 dens of iniquity that exist on the floor of every dorm room it seems.

The rules and norms of behavior to which you were accustomed in your parent's home go out the window once you enter dormitory life. My advise is to relax as you becoming upset won't change the 18-22 year old morons with whom you reside. Just enjoy it to the extent possible.

Your college years pass quickly and then the real fun starts. :) In comparison to real life, college is like a permanent vacation.

I am at Rochester Institute of Technology and I do have a roommate. He doesn't care as much as I do, but then again, I feel like I have more stuff of value that can be broken. Thank you for the advice though.

+1

Exactly. Enjoy it while you can, OP.

This is what I said about High School when everyone was talking about college and how HS sucks.

what if it is a girl you like ?? would that be acceptable ?:)

Not in the context of the OP.

Sounds to me like you're being targeted specifically because people know they'll get a reaction out of you. My advice is to mellow out (a little bit), and ask in a non-whiny tone. Some people just like to get a rise out of others, don't give them the opportunity. If you're trying to slam a laptop lid shut while someone's trying to force it open, they're either extremely socially inept, or they're messing with you. Just ask/speak to the other person as you would any other adult, and perhaps they'll reciprocate by acting like one.

It doesn't help that the majority of the kids on my floor are high 95% of the time and the only time they come in here is when they are. So, when I try talking to them like an adult they continue acting like a moron. I don't know what to do in that situation.

Seth
10-18-2011, 11:43 AM
I loved dorm life. I was an RA for three years. Moving into a real house sucked at first.

diredesire
10-18-2011, 12:47 PM
I am at Rochester Institute of Technology and I do have a roommate. He doesn't care as much as I do, but then again, I feel like I have more stuff of value that can be broken. Thank you for the advice though.



This is what I said about High School when everyone was talking about college and how HS sucks.



Not in the context of the OP.



It doesn't help that the majority of the kids on my floor are high 95% of the time and the only time they come in here is when they are. So, when I try talking to them like an adult they continue acting like a moron. I don't know what to do in that situation.

If the people you're surrounded by are incapable of respecting your belongings and are a hazard to you or your stuff, just lock your door, man.

If you really want to take actions into your own hands, you can speak to your RA, if they do nothing, the RD, etc. I would just lock my door and be done with it, though.

NickC
10-18-2011, 01:27 PM
It doesn't help that the majority of the kids on my floor are high 95% of the time and the only time they come in here is when they are.

Embrace marijuana if you haven't by now. Don't put shame upon those who already do.

And you already got drug tested so they can't test you again. I used to play while high out of my mind pretty much on a daily basis, and I played the best tennis of my life. Or atleast that's what I remember.

So, when I try talking to them like an adult they continue acting like a moron. I don't know what to do in that situation.

Try scaring them. If you surprise someone who's stoned (like jumping out of a closet or something) to the point where it would scare them if they weren't high, they'll freak the f*ck out and run away. Sometimes they'll **** their pants. And you can videotape that to show to the entire floor if they ever mess with your stuff again.

Agent Orynge
10-18-2011, 01:36 PM
Sounds to me like you're being targeted specifically because people know they'll get a reaction out of you. My advice is to mellow out (a little bit), and ask in a non-whiny tone. Some people just like to get a rise out of others, don't give them the opportunity. If you're trying to slam a laptop lid shut while someone's trying to force it open, they're either extremely socially inept, or they're messing with you. Just ask/speak to the other person as you would any other adult, and perhaps they'll reciprocate by acting like one.

DD - ever the moderator. :D

Crazy man
10-18-2011, 02:50 PM
I hate people touching my stuff and me. They have germs. Normally after someone makes physical contact with me or my equipment I give the subject which has been touch a very deep clean.

jswinf
10-18-2011, 02:54 PM
What? Do you live in a psych ward?

Yes, he lives in a college dorm, same difference.

Back when I lived in a dorm, I didn't have any stuff. :cry:

Maybe you could try that approach!

There was one guy who would come in and listen to my record player (Google that if you haven't heard of one) while he played with his Bowie knife. I was cool with it.

rdis10093
10-18-2011, 03:18 PM
I lived in a dorm my first year, and there was no respect for anyones room. I rushed first year, and am now living in a fraternity. Everyone in house respects my stuff. They play some pranks every now and then, but not to much. Fraternity is all about respect.

SoBad
10-18-2011, 05:55 PM
It doesn't help that the majority of the kids on my floor are high 95% of the time and the only time they come in here is when they are. So, when I try talking to them like an adult they continue acting like a moron. I don't know what to do in that situation.

Why do you think they only come to visit you when they are high?

zapvor
10-18-2011, 05:57 PM
Why do you think they only come to visit you when they are high?

same reason tipsy calls you up

SoBad
10-18-2011, 06:04 PM
same reason tipsy calls you up

Your theory is that Kenny’s floormates get high and barge into his room for crosscourt drills?

dParis
10-19-2011, 06:02 AM
Yes, he lives in a college dorm, same difference.

Back when I lived in a dorm, I didn't have any stuff. :cry:

Maybe you could try that approach!

Time to give them The Speech, Kenny.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrllCZw8jiM

Agent Orynge
10-19-2011, 06:35 AM
Dorm life couldn't be worse than barracks life, I promise you guys that.

dParis
10-19-2011, 06:59 AM
Dorm life couldn't be worse than barracks life, I promise you guys that.
Agent Orynge was a heavy sleeper...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCLN4_57i-o

r2473
10-19-2011, 08:02 AM
I lived in a dorm my first year, and there was no respect for anyones room. I rushed first year, and am now living in a fraternity. Everyone in house respects my stuff. They play some pranks every now and then, but not to much. Fraternity is all about respect.

That's what a fraternity is all about?

Man, the guys I knew were all mixed up then.

Agent Orynge
10-19-2011, 10:28 AM
Agent Orynge was a heavy sleeper...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCLN4_57i-o

Quite the opposite, actually. You have to catch those Zs when you can, and be prepared to act at any given moment. Not that there weren't plenty of heavy sleepers, but those were the guys who couldn't make it to formation. You know, the trouble cases.

Have to say, never did see anyone throw a sock party (as your video alludes to), but then such an event would certainly never be necessary beyond basic training. Once you make it to your unit you're generally held responsible for yourself, though if you mess up too badly it might reflect on your first line supervisor. Either way, the punishment is universally the same - a good smoking, and, in the worst cases, an Article 15. You think getting fired sucks? How about reduced pay, reduced rank, and extra duty (20 hour work days, all manual labor). Doesn't sound too bad, but it almost always starts the "I don't care what you do to me anymore" downward spiral that leads to jail. The lucky ones just get booted with a dishonorable discharge, which never looks good on a resume...

chrischris
10-19-2011, 10:32 AM
The lack of representation of the will of the people.

NickC
10-19-2011, 05:02 PM
That's what a fraternity is all about?

Man, the guys I knew were all mixed up then.

Same here. The fraternity members that attend my school don't know the meaning of respect - they go around wearing the same damn sleeveless shirts all pilled
(usually on a mixture of xanax, cocaine, and oxycotin) out physically flirting with any and every female on campus (and being EXTREMELY disrespectful to them - calling them all kinds of words that my mother would cut my tongue off if she her me say) while trying to see how many times they can use the word "bro" in a sentence while still making some kind of sense. They also try to play basketball but usually fail at it seeing as they're all rich white kids who aren't even remotely athletic or coordinated.

Case in point: today I was sitting next to someone in the Mac lab who must have said "bro" about 25 times in the span of 30 seconds. He tried to ask me a question at one point, but I ignored him after not being able to understand what the hell he was saying. It went something like this "bro hey bro do bro you bro have bro a bro spare bro quarter bro? Bro I bro really bro need bro an bro extra bro 25 bro cents bro to bro print bro my bro essay bro come bro on bro help bro me bro out bro".

A bit more than 25 times but you get it. Yes, I know at some more academically strong schools the culture isn't like this. But here, it is. I have no idea how they manage to keep the required 3.2 or higher to stay eligible for the frat. Astounding.

diredesire
10-20-2011, 09:39 AM
Same here. The fraternity members that attend my school don't know the meaning of respect - they go around wearing the same damn sleeveless shirts all pilled
(usually on a mixture of xanax, cocaine, and oxycotin) out physically flirting with any and every female on campus (and being EXTREMELY disrespectful to them - calling them all kinds of words that my mother would cut my tongue off if she her me say) while trying to see how many times they can use the word "bro" in a sentence while still making some kind of sense. They also try to play basketball but usually fail at it seeing as they're all rich white kids who aren't even remotely athletic or coordinated.

Case in point: today I was sitting next to someone in the Mac lab who must have said "bro" about 25 times in the span of 30 seconds. He tried to ask me a question at one point, but I ignored him after not being able to understand what the hell he was saying. It went something like this "bro hey bro do bro you bro have bro a bro spare bro quarter bro? Bro I bro really bro need bro an bro extra bro 25 bro cents bro to bro print bro my bro essay bro come bro on bro help bro me bro out bro".

A bit more than 25 times but you get it. Yes, I know at some more academically strong schools the culture isn't like this. But here, it is. I have no idea how they manage to keep the required 3.2 or higher to stay eligible for the frat. Astounding.

At my school, greek houses (in general) would archive old exams and answer keys, as well as assignments, etc. Basically every class that was a general class would have years and years of old tests to "study off of". Homeworks were pretty much already done as old assignments (that questions were pulled from) were already archived. It's pretty easy to maintain a 3.2 (or whatever) when all your material is already solved for you ;)

This became a concern of mine when competing for spots in a major...

sureshs
10-20-2011, 11:23 AM
At my school, greek houses (in general) would archive old exams and answer keys, as well as assignments, etc. Basically every class that was a general class would have years and years of old tests to "study off of". Homeworks were pretty much already done as old assignments (that questions were pulled from) were already archived. It's pretty easy to maintain a 3.2 (or whatever) when all your material is already solved for you ;)

This became a concern of mine when competing for spots in a major...

But you turned out well as a TT moderator :-)

chrischris
10-20-2011, 02:52 PM
Preconceived notions that persist and prevent progress.

rdis10093
10-20-2011, 03:23 PM
no fraternity is the same. Every house is different in its own way. Some are crazy like the above, while some are just for nerds that are in a prof. house. Mine is some where in the middle.

ps
my house sent the first man on the moon.

zapvor
10-22-2011, 08:03 PM
i had really good roomates. didnt realize it until after the fact.

chrischris
10-24-2011, 02:26 AM
The idea of eternal entitlement .

r2473
10-24-2011, 04:56 AM
ps my house sent the first man on the moon.

The NASA fraternity sounds like fun.

I mean, it ain't rocket science.

Kenny022593
10-26-2011, 06:15 PM
So I punched the kid in the head today. He crossed the line and I just disregarded everything I read here and did what I think a normal 18 year old would do. I know there will be retaliation, and so far that has been him and his other pothead friends writing on my calculator screen and bed post "I'm a c***." I felt like not being a push over and actually doing something about it and the "hardest" thing that went through my mind was violence. The end.

Forgot to say it wasn't just touching my stuff. It was actually messing with my computer when I went out to go to the bathroom and get dinner and messing with my family and relatives and what not.

flyinghippos101
10-26-2011, 06:24 PM
Potheads in five

Kenny022593
10-27-2011, 05:13 AM
Potheads in five

Most likely, but he had it coming and I still feel it was the right thing to do

slice bh compliment
10-27-2011, 05:23 AM
Lighten up Francis.

If this is the state of the avg American college kid, we're screwed. We've gone soft.
Spend some time in a poor neighborhood.
Or in jail.
Or in a 3rd world country.

THen come back and appreciate that you have stuff.
That you're at a good college.
That you are basically born on third base and you might score pretty effortlessly.

chrischris
10-27-2011, 05:27 AM
Good point. we are quite comfortable but too complacent + starved for knowledge.
Instant gratification has become too frequent an indictation of success.

goober
10-27-2011, 06:38 AM
So I punched the kid in the head today. He crossed the line and I just disregarded everything I read here and did what I think a normal 18 year old would do. I know there will be retaliation, and so far that has been him and his other pothead friends writing on my calculator screen and bed post "I'm a c***." I felt like not being a push over and actually doing something about it and the "hardest" thing that went through my mind was violence. The end.

Forgot to say it wasn't just touching my stuff. It was actually messing with my computer when I went out to go to the bathroom and get dinner and messing with my family and relatives and what not.

If I were you I would try to move out. Punching someone in the head also crossed a line and you will be marked for retaliation for the rest of the school year. What kind of dorm has all these potheads and people getting high all the time? Most schools would kick you out immediately if they found out you were using illegal drugs in their dorms. In any case I would get out asap. You are there for an education, not to have fight with potheads.

flyinghippos101
10-27-2011, 08:50 AM
For all the partying you can do at rez, there's still crap to put up with. By the sounds of it, your RAs are doing a terrible job. But yeah, it was a pretty bad idea to provoke them even more. They wanted a reaction out of you and you gave in and made it too easy for them.

Call me that 1% of 18 year olds, but I probably wouldn't have done that...

chrischris
10-27-2011, 02:33 PM
Some argue welfare to already affluent but nevertheless incompetent people is difficult to justify ... hate it , i dont . Dislike is possibly more fitting.

Sentinel
10-28-2011, 01:33 AM
Lighten up Francis.

If this is the state of the avg American college kid, we're screwed. We've gone soft.
Spend some time in a poor neighborhood.
Or in jail.
Or in a 3rd world country.

THen come back and appreciate that you have stuff.
That you're at a good college.
That you are basically born on third base and you might score pretty effortlessly.
Yeah, c'mon over boys. The beer is chillin' and the sausages r gettin' brown.:)

chrischris
10-28-2011, 02:48 PM
Old guys that quit.

Concentration camp survivor Buchenwald.

94 years old!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1vLCSjXi-E

'Time For Outrage' already sold 3.5 million +

SoBad
10-28-2011, 07:51 PM
Lighten up Francis.

If this is the state of the avg American college kid, we're screwed. We've gone soft.
Spend some time in a poor neighborhood.
Or in jail.
Or in a 3rd world country.

THen come back and appreciate that you have stuff.
That you're at a good college.
That you are basically born on third base and you might score pretty effortlessly.

I agree - so you punched the kid so what, plead it down to misdemeanor assault, do your one year upstate (you're already upstate lol), and come out with a fresh perspective.

adamX012
10-29-2011, 06:08 PM
I really friggin hate when people touch your stuff and think you are cool with it NO MATTER HOW MANY TIMES YOU TELL THEM NOT TO TOUCH IT. It ****es me the hell off that everyone on my floor thinks they can waltz into my room and just start fondling everything and poking the computer screen and what not. What if I just went in and did that to their stuff? Would they be ok with it? For christ sake, if it isn't yours don't fondle it AND IF YOU DO THEN STOP WHEN THE PERSON TELLS YOU TO.

Yes, I am a #@!#$#

OP, just let it go until you could afford to pay one bedroom apt out of the campus.

adamX012
10-29-2011, 06:18 PM
so you punched the kid so what, plead it down to misdemeanor assault, do your one year upstate (you're already upstate lol), and come out with a fresh perspective.

Sounds violence, is that you? a real you? Don't say it again. Okay with posting while drinking. Keep yourself warm upthere after the first snow of this month.

diredesire
10-30-2011, 08:16 AM
Why don't you just lock your door, dude? I'm not sure how they're messing with your computer while you're in the bathroom/out etc. Are they master lock picks?

chrischris
10-30-2011, 04:45 PM
People who think they know more than they do,
i find this quite often and if one asks from what unsponsored source they got their claim , well there isnt any reply.

RF20Lennon
10-30-2011, 05:27 PM
As russell peters would say: you have a ROOOM for yourself?!!

HAHAHAHA LOOOOL Russel Peters is the man!!!

Manus Domini
10-30-2011, 05:43 PM
I am at Rochester Institute of Technology and I do have a roommate. He doesn't care as much as I do, but then again, I feel like I have more stuff of value that can be broken. Thank you for the advice though.


I know someone that went there. Came out pretty successful, to say the least.

SoBad
10-30-2011, 05:52 PM
Sounds violence, is that you? a real you? Don't say it again. Okay with posting while drinking. Keep yourself warm upthere after the first snow of this month.

Adam, the parks commissioner ordered all city public tennis courts closed for today, because of the ice and fallen trees - it makes me feel warm inside, because I now I know that he cares about my safety. And I agree, it sounds like violence, but it's Kenny's, not mine. Also, posting while intoxicated has historically been tolerated, but there was a fun guy who posted on general pro while stoned often and he got booted a few times.

flyinghippos101
10-30-2011, 08:04 PM
The OP hasn't posted in a bit...

Is he dead?

adamX012
10-31-2011, 09:48 PM
Adam, the parks commissioner ordered all city public tennis courts closed for today, because of the ice and fallen trees - it makes me feel warm inside, because I now I know that he cares about my safety. And I agree, it sounds like violence, but it's Kenny's, not mine. Also, posting while intoxicated has historically been tolerated, but there was a fun guy who posted on general pro while stoned often and he got booted a few times.

Sorry for the late reply. Isn't wonderful to know that someone really care about you sometimes? The weather is getting cold here too and I got off my work one hour ago. Ai-ya, it's nothing wrong to drink and post at the same time. Is that funny guy still posting around? Is there a function called booted on the forum? If yes, please tell me where to find it. Thanks.