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roflmao... I feel your pain. When I managed apartments you wouldn't believe some of the stuff that they'd put on the applications. I told one person if something didn't pertain to them that they could pult N/A on that part of the App. So what did they do? They put N/A on every friggin line of the application ughh. It looked like an optical illusion.


Here I was this past week just begging people to fill out an app so we could hand them a job, ( We needed just another body to do clean up ) No one bit, We ended up hiring a guy we'd "let go" Poor Ryan he has to share a room with the guy - He said the guy never shuts-the-fuck-up... I have a feeling in the next couple weeks Ryan's ipod is gonna get a workout.


LMAO. I'll bet that part of the job makes the day interesting! It's kind of creative in it's own way, don't you think? Creative lying and omission?

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