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landlady may smoke out tenant - what's a evaporative cooler

by:HICOOL     2019-08-24
landlady may smoke out tenant  -  what\'s a evaporative cooler
Dear amy: I have lived alone in my house for the past 15 years.
A 10 year old friend recently divorced and needs a place to live because I have three
She asked me if I wanted a roommate for about a year.
I agreed to let her move in and charge her a minimum rent.
I'm a smoker. she knows I said it's okay.
The first night we watched TV, I lit a cigarette and she told me that she had a problem with my smoking, so I walked into another room.
She said she didn't want to impose restrictions on me in my own home and I also agreed that we might have problems.
I have an evaporation cooler that can circulate fresh air and keep no smoke in the room;
I don't smoke in front of her, I either walk into my office or sit outside the porch.
My question to you is, if any, how much should I limit myself?
We get along very well. I don't want to ruin friendship.
On the other hand, I hope to be able to live the way I want.
I was thinking of suggesting that she install cable TV in her bedroom.
Are you asking too much? —
This is your home.
If you want to smoke in your own home, that's your right.
But because your friend is paying the rent, she is a tenant and she has the right.
If your friend has a medical problem related to your smoking, you should consult a lawyer to see if you have any responsibility.
You seem to have taken steps to minimize the impact of smoking on her, but you (and she)
It should be known that cigarette smoke is toxic even if you don't blow cigarettes to someone.
The two of you need to clearly communicate what you are prepared to do with smoking.
Before she moves in, she may think it's tolerable, but now that she has a problem with your smoking, she should get a realistic and real answer: you are not going to change your habits.
She may need to move.
Dear amy: a few months later, a cousin next to my mother is getting married. My mother (his aunt)
Every three to four years he has seen a call from a friend of the future bride's mother asking her to send a "$125 check to cover the band's reception. "I was floored.
Is this something new?
My mother sent the check but I think she should cancel it before cashing it.
If the owner of the party can't afford the band, they shouldn't expect their guests (
They are traveling all over the country to celebrate their day with them)
Pay the bill!
Did I overreact?
Have you heard of this before?
It looks impolite. —Cheapskate?
Dear stingy: I always urge couples to finance their own weddings, but charging guests in advance to pay for the band is not exactly what I want.
Basically, the couple tried to sell tickets for their own lucky event.
However, doing so brings the real benefit of the band performance to the guests.
If they don't have enough energy to play with their "earthfire" cover, can your mother ask for a refund?
So, I 've never heard of this before, but I'm sure readers have heard of it as well.
I will get them involved.
To honor the dog day of the summer, let's entertain ourselves by sharing our worst wedding story.
Dear amy: I was amused by a letter from a pregnant woman, her mother --in-
Regardless of the child's real name, the law insists on calling her child "captain ".
I would say, "great.
We will teach him to call you Gilligan.
"The discussion is over. —
Dear suggestive Reader: Bang. Zoom.
Everyone is a comedian!
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