Beth Reed 
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Re: “Air pressure

"The expense and hassle of switching a building to non-smoking (which usually involves new carpet and paint at a minimum)" . . which usually involves not looking for excuses to claim switching would be a financial hardship, i.e., . . not if you don't want it to include rehabbing each unit. Just enforce the non-smoking on the one-wing, of the one building, nothing else required, and I would consider you a god for your ability to change your cruel ways. I'm sorry if your mortgage is high, or, if life is unfair to you personally in some way. Please don't take it out on -us-.

Posted by Beth Reed on 01/25/2016 at 10:54 AM

Re: “Air pressure

He is not enforcing it in the "one wing" of which you speak. Please Chad, my mother, and I, who visit mom often, would rather: be punched in the face twice a week; than have our internal organs, e.g., heart and lungs, assaulted permanently, and, have our lives shortened. We can adapt to punches, or, any other transient cruelty, . . but -please- . . stop, what you know is going on. Please try to imagine that she is not so undeserving of the discounted rent, that she deserves to pay for it by being irreversibly damaged everyday. Thank you.

Posted by Beth Reed on 01/25/2016 at 10:36 AM

Re: “Air pressure

There are cigarette smoke detectors that apt managers have been using for a long time. They sense density in the air, and page Chad when tenant is smoking, telling Chad time, date, and location of violation, so that the bastard can do what he pretends to want to do, which is, not kill innocent people with his failing his duty to act in a manner that does not harm his tenants.

Posted by Beth Reed on 01/25/2016 at 10:05 AM

Re: “Bach denies ex-wife's allegations of physical abuse

Too often, when people use the expression, "went out of their way", the opposite is true, b/c if their acts were governed by decent values, . . it would not ~be~ "out of their way". Being a good dad should be his -first- way, & not be perceived as an alternative/exception. "My dad went out of his way to teach me to ride a bike" - Example. "My dad went out of his way to eat dinner with us" - "earn a living for us" - There really is no such thing as "out of (his) way" for anyone who through social or familial contract, . . is ~expected~ and somewhat ~obliged~/obligated to do something. Employment/administrative contracts as well. Otherwise, we are suggesting that there are no inherent obligations and expectations in a father/daughter relationship. Maybe one could conceivably say, my brother "went out of his way" for me.
Ex. - "I went out of my way to correctly pin that complex fracture" "I went out of my way to teach the kids the alphabet" - teacher. I should hope so.

Posted by Beth Reed on 01/12/2015 at 7:26 PM

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