Yesterday, I didn’t come home early. I don’t like to be away from my apartment for too long, because the perps will make themselves at home. They don’t have to worry about being caught. Someone will always warn them I’m on my way.
I came home last night and immediately headed for the bathroom. I was about to sit on the seat and noticed that someone had been in my bathroom and left me a gift. They’d used my toilet and left their feces and lots of toilet paper in the toilet. The bathroom had a terrible smell, so it was there for a long time.
On top of that, some of my food was missing.
I also found some vapor rub and toilet cleanser, which I’d thrown out when I moved from my old apartment.
Living in this new apartment is not working out for me. I live in apartment 208, and three doors from me, there lives a family that has so many people coming in and out that I can’t keep track of who really lives there. And I don’t really care how many people live there, but they all sit in front of their apartment and make lots of noise, play their radio loudly, and have their children run back and forth to my apartment. There’s one woman whose loud laughter would give anyone a headache. And this goes on all day.
And there’s a woman who lives in apartment 110 who is always outside when I go out. There isn’t a time that I can go out that she’s not waiting for me. She always aims her phone at me and acts like she’s an angel. Today I went out to empty the garbage, and she was outside as always, and she had four women with her. As I passed them, I gave them the finger. Of course, they acted, oh, so shock, because they’re all so innocent and I’m the evil one. One of them followed me and wanted to know why I’d given them the finger. I kept walking and did not respond. As I walked toward the dumpster, there were four or five men hanging around, and the woman began telling them about what I did. They all began making remarks. I ignored them all as I walked back to my apartment. The women were still out when I passed them on my way to my apartment. As I was walking up the stairs, I said to all of them, “Maybe I’ll call the police and tell them you’re all illegal aliens.” I did not stay around to see their expressions.
We’re American citizens and we get picked on by a bunch of people who don’t even belong here, but, yet, they feel safe to harass me because they know nothing will happen to them. Not only are these people breaking the law by being here illegally, but they’re committing a crime by harassing me. It seems illegal aliens have more rights than an American citizen does. I have nothing against illegal aliens, but I do, when illegals like these can do whatever they want to a citizen.
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- Alienating “Illegal” (andrewsullivan.thedailybeast.com)
- The Shocking Cost of Illegal Aliens on Michigan’s Government (usdailyreview.com)
- Illegal aliens aren’t immigrants, they’re lawbreakers (billingsgazette.com)