- Mar 29, 2013
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I can not keep it without transportation, that is the problem. Also the person letting me use the car originally said there was no problems but since our other room mate is using it too they are now suddenly upset. I am going to need to call in a lot of favors since my other room mate wont get off his ass and get a job! They say they are looking but they do not go the extra mile like I have been, and anytime I say hey lets go do job stuff a lot of times they get upset and say "No no im tired. Lets go out tomorrow, I dont want to look for work today". The only reason I found this job was because its in the city, and since I live in the middle of no where there we often have like 30 people fighting over one position doing something minor like "Working at hotopic" since that is the only opening once every five months, if we are lucky.
Don't you want to move? At least close to your work, so you don't have to depend on a car that isn't even yours?
If I were you, I'd move to the city. You're only borrowing a car. What happens if for some reason you don't have a car?
And you're stuck in the middle of nowhere?
Practicality-wise, it's better to move somewhere close to work, to the grocery store, clinic, etc.., And at the same time, you can be free from free-loading roomate. You've got a stressful situation at home. That's not good.