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Dude's Nephew Starts A Housefire for TikTok, Wants Whole Family Out

On the one hand, it's nice to live in your own peaceful home without the risk of further fires. On the other hand, how much sympathy is the right amount to extend in order to keep your extended family off the streets? It's a bit of a rough one. Those kooky kids learn all sorts on the Tik Toks, like this dad who found out his daughter who filed her teeth for TikTok.

Dude wants brother's family out of house after nephew accidentally starts a fire for TikTok | Posted by u/aitathrowawayfire AITA asking my brother's entire family move out because my nephew set my bathroom on fire tiktok? My (32F) brother (43M his wife (40?F and their two kids (9F and 15M) have been staying with little over two weeks now because they lost their jobs due coronavirus and were evicted. Four people is obviously large addition, but didn't want them be home
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Karen Gets Evicted, Lies About Eviction, Loses In Court

Oh boy, did Karen really set herself up for ultimate failure in this scenario. Sounds like she got evicted, tried to lie about the eviction, and then got easily defeated in court. Karen shouldn't have even tried. 

Karen gets evicted, lies about eviction, and then loses in court | r/ProRevenge Join u/thelovelylandlord 292d 1 3 1 lease is still valid? Even though were evicted? Ok Originally posted on MaliciousCompliance try keep details vague enough keep anonymous (hence dummy account This might be little long- buckle am landlord some apartments city sign lease agreements, and go over basics with tenants, although they don't usually want spend hours delving into fine print. 99 time s breeze, and everything
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Patronizing News Anchor's Rant About Young People Sparks Discussion

Young people definitely get some interesting criticism in the news, like all the times Millennials have Killed an Industry, so this doesn't seem like much of a departure. In an interview on housing rights in Britain, a news anchor and landlord "reported" that young people don't have the skills to rent, since they don't know how to change lightbulbs or do basic tasks. This ruffled some feathers among young people and tenants.

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wenling China eviction notice highway tenants refuse to leave eviction - 6813207552
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Urban planners in Wenling, China wanted to demolish this old apartment building to make room for a new highway to the local train station. However, four residents of the building said the Chinese version of "screw that noise" and stayed put in their home. In a stunning display of douchebaggery, the city council went ahead and built the highway anyway... completely surrounding the building in question. Yeah, the whole "People's" part of the name "People's Republic of China" is a little fuzzy here.