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Why can't we just have shells on our backs, like a turtle?
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'Course, if I lived in a shell, where would I keep all my shit? Damned materialistic urges.

Well, I've done all that stuff you're supposed to do when you're moving. I've signed my lease and I've paid my deposit. Unfortunately, I've also been told that they're "cutting it close" on the cleaning of the units (must not... make... dick joke), and that I'll probably have somewhere to live come 5pm on August 1, which is almost exactly a day after I need to be out of the place that I'm living in now. Which I think falls into the category of stuff you're NOT supposed to do when you're moving. But seeing as how this is almost exactly what happened to me last year, I have some experience with these matters, and I'll be able, I think, to handle myself just fine.

And it also means I get to be a Homeless(tm) again. Which, in all honesty, I pretty much don't have a problem with. I'm taking off work Thursday and Friday, so I'll be in precisely the same boat I was in at precisely this time last year.

Hurm. The more things change, the more they stay the same. I never really appreciated the truth in the saying until now. Hell, it should probably be my fucking motto. Somebody translate that into Latin for me. Or perhaps German, so it'll have that nice authoritative ring to it. First one to get it done gets a Blue Raspberry AirHead and a cookie.

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Die mehr Dinge ändern, das mehr sie das gleiche bleiben.

Seriously, Will, if you need a place to crash, you can always stay at my apartment. I don't know if tonight is fast enough, but the place is uninhabited this summer, and you certainly know where the building is. Let me know, and I'll get you a key tonight when my sister goes down for kung fu. There's no cable service, but there is a bed, couch and empty fridge. Let me know by the end of the work day if you want to.

Guess I should have checked my email before I went home yesterday. Thanks for the offer, but no, I'm fine. I can crash on Poobie's couch tonight and there should be an apartment ready for me by tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon at the latest, so I should be fine.

But I really appreciate the offer. Thanks for the hospitality... neighbor.

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Holy shit, indeed. As I am wary of posting my physical address in a public forum (I have enemies, you know. They're watcing me right now. You too, probably.), I'll email you with the details. Come say hey next time you're in town.

I also guess I should have checked the date on your reply so I'd know that this offer was made today. But, anyway, like I said, I should be fine.

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