While I won't discredit anyone who has to use a laundromat
Slight tangent here.
Several months back, our washer went on the fritz. The home warranty thing we have replaced it (with a larger and better one!), but we had like a week or two of no washer while they dick-danced with the paperwork. During this time, we took our laundry to a laundromat to wash, but brought it home to dry (dryer still worked).
Neither of us had been in a laundromat in years, and we were floored by how expensive it was.
It's no wonder poor people stay poor; they not only make bad decisions, but plenty of other people are all too willing to take advantage.
While I won't discredit anyone who has to use a laundromat, to leave your kids there is fucked. 13-15+; depending on maturity I can understand but actual children, not teen is poor parenting.
I could let my kid ride around on a bike, play in a park but he's got no business sitting in an adult place without being watched for half an hour.
Ontop of.this, it's not the nicest neighborhood. It's a town of 70k so there's nothing seriously bad happening but it's still "ghetto" enough.
Anyone going there isn't financially well off. The only reason I'm there, is dryer and washer are in storage until drywall and paint are finished it.
CPC would agree but I'd never actually call them because the government programs are typically worse.
The kids themselves seem fine, use to this behavior but they'd have been easy picking for Jeffrey Epstein.Read More
@Kloi If I had to leave my kids somewhere while I needed to do some shit, and I’ll be generous in my estimation of these women and assume these trying times have withered their opportunities, and not vice versa. So off they’ve fucked to earn a desperate dollar to feed their bottom feeders in training. Now back to me and my theoretical leaving of the children, the laundromat or whatever those places are called, would be fairly ideal. Children are moving in and out of there all the time, so if mine inevitably go missing in the high traffic of families and children I can reasonably assume they’ve been taken to a better place with fresh laundry! And those desperate dollars? They can finally go towards something I’d really like… pizza!
Witnessed some fucked shit:
Two ladies in their mid 20s and 30s are doing laundry. Between them, they have three kids younger than 10ish.
I leave while the women are swapping washer to dryer. Coming back, 45 minutes later and they're no where to be seen. Vehicle missing.
All three kids are sitting there; the oldest playing on a laptop, the middle child playing on a tablet and the youngest bothering bothering of them.
The only logical thought I can come up with, is they don't have wifi at home. In comparison there's a man that pulled up at the same time as me.
He's got two kids on the older end of the spectrum compared to the three. He stays outside to smoke a cigarette after handing them the laundry basket. Instructing them to, "grab the dry clothes."
The second is fine by my standards because his children are still in view and he's teaching them adult responsibilities.Read More
I'm painting my boys recording studio/podcast room/man cave. He does EDM but when you're ready, have him record your music. He owes me so it's on the house.
Only down side is you have to come to Wisconsin. I could put you up for the trip.
If you need someone for mastering, I'll give you a different buddies number.