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Such ridiculousness. (Edited twice)
Thursday. 9.14.06 9:25 am
Here is my reply to the previously posted e-mail.


I really don't see the need for a meeting. We still have yet to actually
sit down about rearranging the room, and a meeting seems to be overkill at
this point. The most that has been said has been said in quick

Additionally, I have let Liz know that there are things in the room that I
would like to stay a certain way, such as the window remaining as unblocked
as possible (If I'm not mistaken, university policy requires that they not
blocked), and nothing else (other than the fridge, microwave, and my
wastebasket) at the end of my bed (I worry about falling enough as it is).
As I said, we haven't really sat down and talked about it, but I've made
these things known when she mentions that she wants to rearrange the room.

At the same time, I can understand her wanting to unloft her bed. However,
at the beginning of the semester, while I was working Get Connected, I left
her a note stating that I wanted to discuss the room setup. I was hoping to
have an unlofted bed, and was going to express this, but also be willing to
compromise. She chose to disregard said note, and rearranged the room
without my input or asking if I had any problems with the setup. I figured
if that's how she wanted the room, I wouldn't complain, though I didn't
appreciate it being done.

I had placed my things to the side of the room I wanted to claim, and she
moved them (including some personal things in drawers). While I didn't
expect her to not move in, I also feel that she
could, and should have been courteous enough to have not moved my things
(while also heeding aforementioned note).

She has mentioned that she gets warm easily, and I have mentioned that I get
cold easily. This is also part of why I left the original note during
move-in to ask her if we could work on rearranging the room, as I expected
this would be the case.

As an RA, I'm sure you are aware of the test weeks that occur during the
semester. I'm also sure that as a returning VT student, you might notice
that after the first volley of tests, things get a bit rough. Rearranging
the room at such a time (after almost 6 weeks) seems to be not only
inconsiderate to others in the building, but at the same time, a great
inconvenience to myself, as now is the time that all of my classes start
with massive amounts of work that doesn't really lighten up until the end of
the semester.

She's free to rearrange her things as she likes, but as I mentioned before,
I don't want the window blocked, nor do I want anything else placed at the
foot of my bed. I don't care to move my things, as they have been moved
once, and moving/rearranging them again would be both unnecessary and
time-consuming. Given the way that our room is constructed (with the window, power outlets, and closets being where they are), I doubt that
any other setup will work like the one we have now.


did you send that?
'cause your arguments are sound. if your RA doesn't get the point from this, she never will.

» thaitanic on 2006-09-14 09:30:04

I'd throw her out of the window. At least that would be the scenario in my head. :)
» little-b on 2006-09-14 09:34:18

if the RA dosen't get the point here, than she's just a Dee dee dee, lol... well it already looks like she's one anyways, lets hope she's not 2 big of one...
» CPKviperpheonix on 2006-09-14 01:49:37

It can't be clear enough. The fact that she sent YOU a note FIRST means Liz complained. And demanded that she get her way. What's wrong with her?
» Silver-dot- on 2006-09-14 06:57:54

if you haven't sent it, you should.

Blocking a window is against the fire code. It is a means of egress in case of an emergency and regardless of how your roomie thinks the room should look, blocking an egress route is dangerous! You would think she would understand that.
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