First off, our property management company isn't doing jack about the fact that our basement looks like a scene from Titanic. Their standard response to things like this is "There isn't anything that can be done about that", which translates into "The owner is too damn cheap to sink any money into fixing anything in that pit, so you're stuck with it." What I don't understand is: If I can only really use half the house, shouldn't I only have to pay half the rent? Apparently this is not the case.
Secondly, I don't know if I told you all about the dude who backed into my truck while Susie and I were getting ready to go somewhere back in early July. Yep. We'd just gotten into the truck, were about to start backing down the driveway, and WONK! I look behind me and don't see anything (my truck was pointing upwards because of the build of the driveway). So I get out and there's a Jetta that has collided with me, with a nicely mucked up rear end. So we trade insurance info and that's that. Well, a few days ago I get a letter from his insurance company stating that they've been trying to get a hold of me about this incident. The date of the accident shown on the letter is August 15th, over a month late. So I call up and the guy tries to get me to give him a recorded statement, which I refuse to do. I find out that the guy is claiming that he backed in to our driveway from across the street (which does not exist), stopped, and then I backed in to him. Since his story is different from mine, it's word against word, the insurance companies will find us both negligent, and my insurance will probably be affected, even though I've asked nobody to pay for the damage to my truck, and I didn't do anything wrong.
In the meantime, various people who I've done specific favors for with an understanding of repayment of said favors are either waffling (with good excuse... but still....) or are avoiding corresponding with me altogether.
All I want to do at this moment is punch someone really hard in the neck.