I’ve frequently blogged about how incompetent complex management is.
Just in case you doubted management is as incompetent as I've inferred, take a look at the notice posted to my door today, to the other 177 doors, and tell me what’s wrong with it.
It’s so obvious, how could they miss the most important information.
Once the calls come into the office for clarification, what management will do is reprint and repost.
Maybe this meeting is as a result of the information going around on the Grapevine about the man Buttons awoke to find in her unit and the two guys roaming the complex at night, going through the dumpsters.
Whatever the reason for the meeting, I won’t be wasting my time attending because I know these seniors. It’s going to be a bitchfest with some residents yacking on and on and on about things that don’t matter and/or committing other misdemeanors that get on my nerves, cause me to react.
Trust me. It’s happened before when there’s been a community meeting, and I don't need to be knocked off center at this time when so much really bad stuff is in the atmosphere.
I'll just find out, through the Grapevine, what was discussed.
In other complex news, heading out for this morning’s workout, I saw a carpet cleaning service working on the vacant upstairs corner unit. So readying for a new tenant has begun.
Will be interesting to see who the new tenant will be and how they fare inasmuch as things have not gone well for those who’ve moved into that bad energy unit.
Due to this morning’s Winter Storm Warning, I can’t imagine I’ll have to worry about some little someone running around outside, eventually making it up the stairs to knock on my door, so the lights are on and I’ve no need to hide this afternoon.
Management needs to police themselves, have the guts to put down "who" and what company is management. What day of the week? Every day? Is the meeting crime free? I would hope so. Does California have concealed carry of guns? Could get wild! Will the police take official reports of complaints? Will there be endless donuts for the cops and attendees? I'd sit off to the side and take notes. Getting info second-hand turns out to not be so accurate. If you attend the whenever meeting, and cause a ruckus, let us know. Your blog buddies will collect your bail money! Linda in KansasReplyDelete
ROFLMAO! "Your blog buddies will collect your bail money" Well thanks for that. Maybe I'll chance it and go after all, depending on whenever it is.Delete
I don't think CA has a concealed carry, but I'm pretty certain folks both conceal and carry.Delete
Well, if you decide to go they've already anticipated the Meeting will be Crime Free, how they can anticipate that, who knows, depends who shows up? If the Cops behave, the Residents behave, a Criminal doesn't invite themselves... but, yeah, we should be able to do a Go Fun Me for your Bail, just in case. *Winks*ReplyDelete
Bail Money and a Go Fund, LOL. You guys are great!Delete
Crime free?!?!?! Have they met annoyed seniors?ReplyDelete
And what is the date? That might be nice to know. Meanwhile I'll chip in 10 bucks for your bail!!!!
Another supportive blogger willing to pitch in to save my arse cause I'm too cute for jail. I'm sure the office phone is ringing off the hook with residents wanting to know the date.Delete
It must be Crime Free EVERY DAY at 10AM!ReplyDelete
I know huh, and I'm laughing so hard that I can't breathe.Delete
As opposed to them making you pay extra for the crime (which I imagine that they might do if they could figure out a way to)?ReplyDelete
Ha! They'd throw us a party first, then spring a rent increase on us for security to maintain their crime-free certification.Delete
And what if they figure out the day and forget to tell the visiting cop!? Break out some non-violent BINGO! Linda in KansasReplyDelete
Now that would be funny if even the cop doesn't know.Delete
I guess the meeting will be held every day until there’s no crime anywhere. (Not to mention the grammar and wording.)ReplyDelete
Another notice hit our doors late evening. Meeting is 10:00 today, Tuesday. And that's not the worst example of grammar/wording by the office.Delete
If the cops are there, I doubt if it'll be 'crime free'! It might be fun to go and 'watch the action' from the sidelines. More goodies for the blog! I'm sure you'd see some performances. You'll see some real pathology play out. It could get wilder than bingo! Take donuts!ReplyDelete
You got a point there, John, about not being crime free if the cops are there.Delete
Hmm, a "crime free" meeting... someday. When is the "crime allowed" meeting?ReplyDelete
If they want to maintain their Crime Free Certification, the onus is on them. Management is notorious for doing absolutely nothing about anything.Delete
I know I read this and thought I left a comment. Oh well. I found something else the you may know about already. Cops in LA kill a double amputee try to escape by hopping away on his stumps.ReplyDelete
Damn! One set of cops took his legs, put him in the chair. A second set of cops couldn't come up with a way to restrain him other than shooting him to death. No end to cop madness in sight.Delete