Well, what I wrote was just deleted, so I’ll start again. My computer keeps being turned off by the perps. They don’t want me to tell you what’s happening to me because they want to keep you thinking you’re nuts. If I tell you what’s happening to me, you’ll realize that what you’re going through is what’s happening to me and it will make you realize that you’re not nuts. They want to make you think that what’s happening to you is happening only to you and you must be nuts. I know that you’re not nuts and I’m not nuts. They want to drive you crazy, make you start taking medications (so no one will believe you when you tell them what’s happening). So I hope I’m able to finish my blog today. If my computer’s turned off, it’s not because I quit on you.
Yesterday, I wrote about moving and I’m going to continue on that subject.
You don’t have to worry about getting a place to live. I would say 99-3/4 of apartment managers are perps. They want to have you as a tenant. You’re a money machine. They keep track of you and recruit tenants as perps. They get good pay for doing this. I know in my last apartment, the manager wanted me to stay. She really got angry when I moved. When I left, she lost her cash machine. Plus, the managers are made to feel very important. They love being perps. The government feeds their egos constantly. They all think they’re spies and very important. So don’t worry about being able to get an apartment.
Your first concern should be about safety. That’s what you have to worry about when you’re looking for an apartment.
When you’re looking for an apartment, check out the grass outside: is there dog poop; are the blinds torn? Is the area around the apartment filthy looking?
Is the apartment surrounded by lots of lights? The lights will be used on you at night to hit you with the electricity from the lights. Visit the place at night to see how bright the lights are surrounding you at night. You will notice things at night you won’t notice during the day. That’s the mistake I made moving into my present apartment. I forgot to check the lights, and I’m surrounded by them at night.
Check out your neighbors. Checking our your neighbors will tell you what your life will be like. If the neighbors all come to check you out, don’t take the apartment. They’ll be checking you out because you’ll be their new cash cow. Also if the neighbors are overly friendly, same thing, get another apartment. It’s a fake friendliness.
Don’t take an apartment on the first floor, or in front of a parking lot. Perps will use their cars to hit you.
Don’t get an apartment where perps surround you. Try to get an apartment at the end, at least you have a fighting chance. When you’re surrounded by perps, you’ll get hit from every direction.
Don’t get an apartment near electrical wires or anything electrical.
Don’t rent apartment with a walkway. You’ll have to look at their faces every time you pass them. So try to get a place where you don’t have to pass anyone on the way out. Try to get apartment with a few exits. If you have only one way of getting out, you’ll have to pass the same miserable people every day. If you can go out different exits, you can change your route every day and they have to guess which way you’re coming out or going in.
Check out the location of the mailbox. If it’s in a place that you can’t see, they’ll be missing with your mail.
Walk around the complex and check to see if there are any exposed wires, water valves that are open, etc. (Look at photo with house, don’t rent an apartment with wires surrounding you.)
No matter what you do, your first concern should be safety.
Tomorrow, I’ll write about what you should look for inside the apartment before you rent.
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