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2013-12-30 10:04:16 AM
Those complaining have 2 options and only 2 options, 1 take up a collection and make the owner of the building an offer he can't refuse and bulldoze the building or STFU.  Buildings aren't evil, get over it people.  The landlord isn't going to seal it off because someone might be offended.
 
2013-12-30 10:19:17 AM
Wow... I can understand being outraged if it was being rented to HIM, because he got out of jail, but the idea that somewhere he rented and lived can never be occupied again is a bit insane.  Bad things happen all the time. Terrible people live all over the place and their homes/apartments are rented to others.

It's not as if the apartment shot anyone, or that the other people who live in the building should be punished because that loon did.

He also shopped at the supermarket and went to college. Should those buildings be demolished, as well?
 
2013-12-30 10:25:32 AM
How do they feel about the public schools he attended?  Perhaps he was in a church once too, and we need to raze that as well.  And how about the place he shopped for groceries?  They probably saw him all the time and did nothing but check him out.  Bulldoze it!

Did I miss anything?  He may have swum in an ocean once...
 
2013-12-30 10:38:30 AM
The apartment I'm renting was once occupied by Hitler, so I'm getting a kick . . .
 
2013-12-30 10:39:26 AM
Or maybe another NRA nut will move in and continue Holmes work.
 
2013-12-30 10:39:27 AM
Is it haunted?
 
2013-12-30 10:40:09 AM
www.quickmeme.com
 
2013-12-30 10:44:35 AM
Well Bill Hoover, get out your swear jar and buy the building. Otherwise, shut up.
 
2013-12-30 11:00:41 AM
At first, I thought it said "John Holmes" which had me wondering...
 
2013-12-30 11:01:58 AM
Really the only fitting thing to do would be fill it with cement, I can't believe how uncaring the landlord is.
 
2013-12-30 11:02:48 AM
onelovemassive.com
 
2013-12-30 11:02:58 AM

serpent_sky: Wow... I can understand being outraged if it was being rented to HIM, because he got out of jail, but the idea that somewhere he rented and lived can never be occupied again is a bit insane.  Bad things happen all the time. Terrible people live all over the place and their homes/apartments are rented to others.

It's not as if the apartment shot anyone, or that the other people who live in the building should be punished because that loon did.

He also shopped at the supermarket and went to college. Should those buildings be demolished, as well?


I think it's because he actually did the murders in the apartment.

If that is the apartment building then there's no way in hell they're bulldozing something that brings in a quarter of a million dollars in rent each year.

On the flip side, it's just one apartment. Make it the manager's apartment.
 
2013-12-30 11:04:57 AM

jaylectricity: I think it's because he actually did the murders in the apartment.


No he didn't.
 
2013-12-30 11:04:57 AM

Tom_Slick: Those complaining have 2 options and only 2 options, 1 take up a collection and make the owner of the building an offer he can't refuse and bulldoze the building or STFU.  Buildings aren't evil, get over it people.  The landlord isn't going to seal it off because someone might be offended.


Done in one.

Seriously, the people quoted in TFA are pretty farking stupid.
 
2013-12-30 11:05:23 AM
I have a better idea of something they can be angry about:

That anybody knows that guys name, or what he looks like, besides his immediate family and the staff at the Asylum For The Dangerously Insane.
 
2013-12-30 11:06:15 AM
Rented apartments, how do they work?
 
2013-12-30 11:06:44 AM
Why is that always the response when something bad happens? What about the other people that live in that building?
 
2013-12-30 11:07:09 AM

Marcus Aurelius: How do they feel about the public schools he attended?  Perhaps he was in a church once too, and we need to raze that as well.  And how about the place he shopped for groceries?  They probably saw him all the time and did nothing but check him out.  Bulldoze it!

Did I miss anything?  He may have swum in an ocean once...


So I pulled your name out of my Rolodex
And I tore all your pictures in two
And I burned down the malt shop where we used to go
Just because it reminds me of you....
 
2013-12-30 11:07:30 AM
so, lumber/hardward/paint + assembly = evil?

/change your mind
//get to healing
 
2013-12-30 11:08:13 AM
Are they tearing down the movie theater?
 
2013-12-30 11:09:02 AM

mongbiohazard: Tom_Slick: Those complaining have 2 options and only 2 options, 1 take up a collection and make the owner of the building an offer he can't refuse and bulldoze the building or STFU.  Buildings aren't evil, get over it people.  The landlord isn't going to seal it off because someone might be offended.

Done in one.

Seriously, the people quoted in TFA are pretty farking stupid.


What is next? bulldoze Hawaii because the "greatest monster in history" was born there.
 
2013-12-30 11:09:14 AM
jaylectricity:

I think it's because he actually did the murders in the apartment.

Huh?  His apartment was a movie theater?
 
2013-12-30 11:09:47 AM

monoski: mongbiohazard: Tom_Slick: Those complaining have 2 options and only 2 options, 1 take up a collection and make the owner of the building an offer he can't refuse and bulldoze the building or STFU.  Buildings aren't evil, get over it people.  The landlord isn't going to seal it off because someone might be offended.

Done in one.

Seriously, the people quoted in TFA are pretty farking stupid.

What is next? bulldoze Hawaii because the "greatest monster in history" was born there.



Godzilla?
 
2013-12-30 11:09:59 AM
I really have to side with the owner of the apartment.
Is he (or the company) supposed to just NOT ever rent it out again, and take a major financial hit?  That doesn't exactly seem fair.
 
2013-12-30 11:10:38 AM
Mentally unstable, verifiably insane isn't the same as evil from a fantasy story that leaves a lingering malignant aura.   Americans need to stop worrying so much about "evil people" and worry more about the more mundane factors that lead to evil acts.
 
2013-12-30 11:11:34 AM
The last apartment I lived in had muders and muderers there a few times. I didnt really care much. Hell if it was a cheap rental I would probably rent it. I remember they tore down the building Jeffery Dahlmer lived in and he  killed people in it.
 
2013-12-30 11:11:36 AM
What about all the air he breathed? How are we supposed to filter all of it out?
 
2013-12-30 11:12:08 AM

Marcus Aurelius: How do they feel about the public schools he attended?  Perhaps he was in a church once too, and we need to raze that as well.  And how about the place he shopped for groceries?  They probably saw him all the time and did nothing but check him out.  Bulldoze it!

Did I miss anything?  He may have swum in an ocean once...


Don't forget his childhood home.  And the hospital he was born in.  Also his car!
 
2013-12-30 11:12:20 AM
What's next, turn ground zero into a Muslim monument or stop teaching kids at Sandy Hook school?
 
2013-12-30 11:12:49 AM

Nasty_McFilth: jaylectricity:

I think it's because he actually did the murders in the apartment.

Huh?  His apartment was a movie theater?


His argument is invalid?
 
2013-12-30 11:13:03 AM
It should be preserved as a shrine.
 
2013-12-30 11:13:21 AM
they feel victimized again and disrespected


The American Spirit is farking dead. All we have left is a media-fueled state of perpetual victimhood, excessive emotion and sentimentality, and an increasingly ingrained compensation culture.
 
2013-12-30 11:14:16 AM

gravy chugging cretin.: It should be preserved as a shrine.



What, so the Prime Minister of Japan will visit?
 
2013-12-30 11:14:28 AM
What's the apartment got to do with it?
 
2013-12-30 11:15:04 AM
As a sales rep for the Outrage at Random Landlord Club, I'm getting a kick out of this thread.

Let me remind you that many homeowners get nostalgic for that time when they didn't have a mortgage and property taxes. Our club provides a gentle trip back without the expense of having a landlord.
 
2013-12-30 11:15:07 AM

monoski: mongbiohazard: Tom_Slick: Those complaining have 2 options and only 2 options, 1 take up a collection and make the owner of the building an offer he can't refuse and bulldoze the building or STFU.  Buildings aren't evil, get over it people.  The landlord isn't going to seal it off because someone might be offended.

Done in one.

Seriously, the people quoted in TFA are pretty farking stupid.

What is next? bulldoze Hawaii because the "greatest monster in history" was born there.


Cthulhu?
 
2013-12-30 11:16:15 AM

jaylectricity: serpent_sky: Wow... I can understand being outraged if it was being rented to HIM, because he got out of jail, but the idea that somewhere he rented and lived can never be occupied again is a bit insane.  Bad things happen all the time. Terrible people live all over the place and their homes/apartments are rented to others.

It's not as if the apartment shot anyone, or that the other people who live in the building should be punished because that loon did.

He also shopped at the supermarket and went to college. Should those buildings be demolished, as well?

I think it's because he actually did the murders in the apartment.

If that is the apartment building then there's no way in hell they're bulldozing something that brings in a quarter of a million dollars in rent each year.

On the flip side, it's just one apartment. Make it the manager's apartment.


No, he killed people in a movie theater. No one was killed in the apartment. Even if they were it's a farking inanimate object. So what if people had died there (and again, no one did)? Unless the apartment killed them it makes no sense not to rent it out.

And Property Managers don't always live in the communities they manage. I certainly didn't when I was one and most of the ones I work with don't either. It's more common for their workers to live where they work in exchange for a rent discount (around 20% usually).
 
2013-12-30 11:17:05 AM
media.jvo.io
 
2013-12-30 11:18:02 AM
With rent that low it's da bomb!
 
2013-12-30 11:18:40 AM

Snarfangel: Marcus Aurelius: How do they feel about the public schools he attended?  Perhaps he was in a church once too, and we need to raze that as well.  And how about the place he shopped for groceries?  They probably saw him all the time and did nothing but check him out.  Bulldoze it!

Did I miss anything?  He may have swum in an ocean once...

So I pulled your name out of my Rolodex
And I tore all your pictures in two
And I burned down the malt shop where we used to go
Just because it reminds me of you....


Weird Al FTW. (^_^)
 
2013-12-30 11:18:51 AM

lockers: jaylectricity: I think it's because he actually did the murders in the apartment.

No he didn't.


Nasty_McFilth: Huh? His apartment was a movie theater?


Oh, I misinterpreted the first line"

Victims of James Holmes' murderous rampage are anguished and angry that the apartment he turned into a death trap is being rented again

I guess they were just referring to the booby trap. I had forgotten the details of his situation, since I don't like to waste a lot of brain space thinking about the mentally isane.
 
2013-12-30 11:19:22 AM

Matthew Keene: [media.jvo.io image 558x974]


Nice +1
 
2013-12-30 11:21:28 AM
Why stop at apartment or schools and other places he frequented?  What about the people he talked to in life?  Did he have any friends?  Let's get all NK on them and lock up his family and former friends for guilt by association.

I swear, most people don't have the common sense God gave a monkey.
 
2013-12-30 11:22:34 AM
Al Capone's house in Florida is still around ( http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/06/14/al-capone-house-_n_3443085.h t ml ).  So what?
 
2013-12-30 11:23:01 AM
My suggestion to the family of the victims is not to rent that apartment.
 
2013-12-30 11:23:09 AM

Lee451: With rent that low it's da bomb!


I heard it has a killer view!
 
2013-12-30 11:23:16 AM
People were murdered in Aurora. That city should be off limits for habitation. Evil things happened there.
 
2013-12-30 11:24:13 AM

ikanreed: Mentally unstable, verifiably insane isn't the same as evil from a fantasy story that leaves a lingering malignant aura.   Americans need to stop worrying so much about "evil people" and worry more about the more mundane factors that lead to evil acts.


Smokers, on the other hand, do leave a lingering malignant aura.
 
2013-12-30 11:24:46 AM

monoski: mongbiohazard: Tom_Slick: Those complaining have 2 options and only 2 options, 1 take up a collection and make the owner of the building an offer he can't refuse and bulldoze the building or STFU.  Buildings aren't evil, get over it people.  The landlord isn't going to seal it off because someone might be offended.

Done in one.

Seriously, the people quoted in TFA are pretty farking stupid.

What is next? bulldoze Hawaii Kenya Africa because the "greatest monster in history" was born there.


FTFY
 
2013-12-30 11:24:59 AM

jaylectricity: serpent_sky: Wow... I can understand being outraged if it was being rented to HIM, because he got out of jail, but the idea that somewhere he rented and lived can never be occupied again is a bit insane.  Bad things happen all the time. Terrible people live all over the place and their homes/apartments are rented to others.

It's not as if the apartment shot anyone, or that the other people who live in the building should be punished because that loon did.

He also shopped at the supermarket and went to college. Should those buildings be demolished, as well?

I think it's because he actually did the murders in the apartment.

If that is the apartment building then there's no way in hell they're bulldozing something that brings in a quarter of a million dollars in rent each year.

On the flip side, it's just one apartment. Make it the manager's apartment.


If all apartments in that building rent for the same amount, there would have to be 25 apartments in it to generate a quarter million in annual revenue (not profit). I somehow doubt there are that many.

But yeah, there's no compelling reason for the owner to raze it.
 
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