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To be displaced from your community is a terrible loss. God bless Dominick in his new home! I'm glad that he wasn't forced from his neighborhood into an unfamiliar new place. I'm of retirement age now, but I still remember being uprooted from my neighborhood at the age of 13, and in some ways, I still miss it.
The landlord didn't even want to accept his donated money, huh? What a piece of dog shit this guy is. Best of luck, Dominick.
Remember, landlords think that they're lords of their land! Medieval minds pick-pocketing their tenants .
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