Who needs them?
Poor people? Struggling people? Anyone that invested in the Crypto Universe during the year of 2018. That's who.
For the most part I prefer living alone. However, I do have two roommates. We share a house together. It's situation that works but it could certainly work better if I had my own place.
I planned on buying my own place at the beginning of 2018, and honestly if I pulled out some of my crypto I probably would have been able to afford it instead of losing it all in the great depression.
This isn't about me though. The other day I made a post titled Physical confrontations between adults in which I lambasted the use of violence between friends, or even between people that are above any sort of juvenile age.
Juvenile behavior is for juveniles after all, NOT working citizens with actual lives.
After all, who has time for that kind of nonsense?
Well one of my friends moved in with a buddy of his about six months ago. They haven't been getting along very well lately. There have been some conflicts.
Then, randomly, in the middle of a drinking session, his buddy decided to start punching him in the face and really laid my friend out.
He has a giant black eye and his ribs are all bruised. Apparently his buddy not only punched him repeatedly, but also jumped on top of him, elbowed him multiple times on the ground, stomped on him, and then choked him out.
This is not the kind of behavior that two adults should be engaging in.
In my opinion his buddy should have gone to jail for that. When two people live together.... it's called domestic abuse.
My friend didn't want to start a huge issue though. He figured they could talk about it and kind of work things out. He was hoping that his buddy would apologize, and that they would have a new path to walk together.
This didn't happen.
Apparently his buddy had been holding in a lot of different strong emotions regarding my friend. He was angry about a lot of different things, and my friend didn't know about those things.
So his buddy didn't apologize, and in fact has made his life really miserable in the past two days since the incident. Now my friend is going to have to move out.
The point of this article is that this.
You might think you know someone when you deal with them in an everyday situation like work.
You might think you know someone when you go out for drinks with them on occasion, or when you stay up late having conversations about a different woman, or a different problem that happened in your daily life.
The truth is, though, that it's hard to actually know someone until you really live with them.
This lesson was hard learned by my friend.
I wish him well, and I hope he finds a great new place to live. As for his buddy, I don't think that person should ever live with another roommate.
It's important to really get to know the people you live with.