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Deal or No Deal ?

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Deal or No Deal ?


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Castleton Maid Sweet Shop, Castleton, Peak District, Derbyshire.

Mrs Mays Brexit Sale. Now All Gobstoppers Half Price.


Game Over

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Game Over

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The Matrixxx/Grooove Hour - 4-18-19 Game Over
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Spaceshot76 - HRC Connected To NXVIUM
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Mark Dice - It's Mueller Time
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Abbey Cook - WWG1WGA
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Abbey Cook - We've Awakened
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Dink - Green Mind
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P.O.D - Boom!
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This below is not Q information, but just a coincidence of numbers that caught my eye.
Naturally the meanings are different.
My numbers are geared towards a woman.

19 & 27
1927
1 + 9 + 2 + 7 = 19
19 = XIX
XIX = youtu.be/dSUnT7ktTn8
youtu.be/aeHJHjkwDuM


Stonehenge

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What Kind Of Things Should You Do To Ensure You Get House Or Apartment Rental Deposit Back?

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What Kind Of Things Should You Do To Ensure You Get House Or Apartment Rental Deposit Back?

What Kind Of Things Should You Do To Ensure You Get House Or Apartment Rental Deposit Back?
To reside in your choicest home, you need to pay a rental deposit.

Lots of individuals believe that they can never get their deposit back.

However, this is not true as you can do certain things to get your deposit back.

Check out the following tips for tenants that do not want to lose deposit to the homeowners:

Read and understand the lease
Do not just skim through the lease, take your time to read it and understand every bit of it.

Rental deposit
Lease agreement
Remember that this lease determines your responsibilities, right as well as rules that determine your relationship with the landlord.

Although the majority of the points are straightforward, there are some additional points that may seem hidden.

These could include how to handle decorating or redecorating of the unit, returning the walls to the initial colors, cleaning of the carpet and so on.

Knowing these things can help you adhere to them.

Document the details of the unit
Before moving into a new apartment, check out the full condition of the apartment.

While the homeowner can offer you a notebook to write anything you notice about the unit, you can create one for yourself too.

Check out the whole apartment and document any issues that you notice.

These issues could be loose wardrobe doors, dents in the wall, or faulty appliances.

Take pictures and record videos of the conditions of the whole unit.

Send your observations to the landlord and document everything you have noticed.

You should also document your interactions with the house owner or property manager.

Apart from using the evidence to demand repairs where necessary, it could also be important to get your rental deposit back.

Rental deposit
House on money
After moving out, the landlord may want to make deductions from your security deposit for something that was not in place when you moved in.

With the evidence, you can fight such unscrupulous deductions.

Document any improvements you make
After staying in a unit for some months, you may want to make some improvements to the apartment.

Perhaps you want to add some decorating pieces to the home or replace the worn-out carpet.

Before doing anything, notify your landlord.

This notification offers advantages for tenants as some landlords may even cover the improvements.

If you get approval to do the improvements, keep records of the improvements you made.

The records should include the pictures, invoices, receipts, and other relevant documents.

These records can have a huge impact on getting your rental deposit back.

Understand your rights
If you know your rights, you can protect yourself against illegitimate attempts by your landlord to deduct your rental deposit.

Rental deposit
Save money
Unless there is a valid reason to do otherwise, your landlord must return the security deposit.

Nevertheless, since many renters do not know this fact, they often let go of their deposit without any valid reason.

Various states have specific laws that decide how much the security deposit should be and the possible reasons for losing it.

Even some states have deadlines that the deposits must be returned to tenants.

Therefore, know your right concerning deposit in your locality.

Understand the rules
Focus on the clause of the tenancy agreement on how long you to stay in the unit before leaving.

You may lose your security deposit if you move out of the apartment before the agreed duration in the agreement.

Rental deposit
Rules apply
Similarly, you may lose the deposit if you accommodate more people than stipulated in the agreement.

Be cautious
It is easy to do certain things that may jeopardize your chances of getting the deposit back.

So, avoid putting holes in the walls, scuffing the floors, and other negligible things that may put dents on the rental properties.

Clean the unit before packing out
When you leave an apartment, the landlord will put so much effort into finding tenants to replace you.

Nevertheless, if the unit is not in good condition, it may reduce its appeal to potential renters.

So, take your time to clean the floors and walls, get rid of stains in the carpet, and clean other areas too.

Rental deposit
Packing boxes
Alternatively, you can hire a professional cleaner to help you with this.

Similarly, you can prevent causing further dents on the home by hiring a moving company to help you move your belongings seamlessly.

All this can improve your chances of recouping your deposit.

Communicate with your landlord
If you have a landlord that is approachable and friendly, you can ask him to check out the unit before you leave.

With this, the landlord can let you know the things you need to clean or do so that you can recoup your deposit.

Be likable
If you have been causing a nuisance to your landlord or neighbors, then you may have troubles with getting back your deposit.

Some minor things you do over the period of your tenancy may come into play when it is time for you to move out.

A few repairs or damages that landlord would have overlooked may be considered due to the nuisance you have caused.

Consequently, be likable by avoiding any minor irritants that may have significant effects on your deposit.

Take pictures when leaving the unit
You need to provide evidence of leaving the apartment in pristine condition.

Rental deposit
Taking a picture
If you share the room with a roommate, ensure that you leave the room at the same time in great condition.

Take the pictures of the apartment, send them to the homeowner, and also keep them as evidence.

Drop a forwarding address
Since the landlord may not be able to return your deposit the day you are moving out, you should provide a forwarding address.

After inspecting the unit and getting the assurance that it is in good condition, the landlord can send your deposit to you.

In conclusion, recouping your deposit is simple as long as you can adhere to the aforementioned tips.

If you need more tips for tenants or landlords as well as other assistance, you can always visit Reneza.

This innovative platform offers, solutions to all real estate issues.


KAG (Keep America Great) Updated 4-18-19

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The Matrixxx/Grooove Hour - 4-17-19
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Mark Dice - It's Coming
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Mark Dice - Schiff for brains, an American hero?
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Matching Doritos

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Matching Doritos

People's Vote March
Parliament Square


Justice 4 Children

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Justice 4 Children

People's Vote March
Trafalgar Square


Stay

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Stay

People's Vote March
Parliament Square


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athol vaults

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

Put it to the People march - London, march 23, 2019


Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

Put it to the People march - London, march 23, 2019


Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

Put it to the People march - London, march 23, 2019


Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

Put it to the People march - London, march 23, 2019


Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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Put it to the People march - London, march 2019

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How Often can a Landlord Inspect a Rental Property?

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How Often can a Landlord Inspect a Rental Property?

How Often can a Landlord Inspect a Rental Property?
Renters will from time to time receive a call from the house owners about the property inspection.

Property inspection
House
The call will be to warn of a landlord’s inspection appointment.

Tenants should not panic or worry about this;

it is a homeowners’ right and duty to keep tabs on the home they have invested so much into.

However, if renters are misusing the home and the lease terms appear to be compromised, the tenants may expect termination of the contract.

But if there is no damage and the property is neatly kept, the advantages for renters are that the lease will probably be renewed.

Tips for Tenants
Although the vast majority of landlord inspections take place by way of appointment, some are random and unannounced.

But this should not be a cause of concern for tenants.

Providing there have been no major renovation projects (unapproved) or damage to appliances, a landlord will be satisfied with the terms of the lease and tenancy are being adequately fulfilled.

Property inspection
Home
As it can be clearly seen, there are advantages for landlords in regular property inspection and renters can benefit too.

A landlord will not be looking for a pile of ironing waiting to be done, the dishes that have not been cleaned or some laundry on the bedroom floor.

A homeowner is more concerned about more superficial damage to the property if there is any.

Landlords Do Not Inspect to Evict
A landlord inspection is not some effort to find a way of evicting a tenant.

Indeed, a homeowner wants a tenancy and will hope that everything is in good shape.

They would rather that than turn every carpet corner looking for a reason to terminate the tenancy.

What are Landlords Looking For?
They will want to see if you have secretly moved in a pet against the rules of the tenancy.

They will also look for evidence that nobody else has been moved in as a guest.

Property inspection
Inspector
A landlord will check the circuit and electricity maintenance cycles, to see whether there has been any excessive use of power beyond domestic use.

Landlord Inspections: How often is Acceptable?
Some homeowners do not inspect the property at all.

If the tenancy is just two years or less, there might be property inspection just before the renter moves out.

In other cases, three times a year is common in the early years of a tenancy.


Who is really responsible for Brexit? The Queen

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Who is really responsible for Brexit? The Queen

Suzanne Moore
The Guardian

Activate the Queen. She is the only person who can sort out this chaos. Politicians can’t, and the “people” certainly can’t because the will of the people is a floating buffet at which all stuff their faces, but still yearn for a proper dinner. So, for instance, a “people’s vote” will either undermine democracy by ignoring the first people’s vote or underscore democracy by having more of it.

Theresa May can’t sort it out. I feel about her as my friend used to feel about her husband: “He has been dead for years; it’s just that no one has told him.”

What we need is a grownup to calm everything down. Who better than the Queen, hatted and handbagged up; dutiful, but with a dry wit, apparently? Everyone loves the Queen. I saw Michelle Obama at the O2 at the weekend, talking about how touched she was that the Queen wore the “itty-bitty little pin” that the Obamas gave her. Living the dream. Just not mine.

It has been suggested that the Queen could stop Brexit, and the very notion is intriguing – this longing for unquestionable authority is a sign of our inherent repression. But this longing is dangerous, my friends, and it is the opposite of democracy. The Queen is not personally accountable for Brexit, but she presides over an institution that symbolises and legitimises much of the inequality that led to it.

Our politics is broken, our systems of representation cannot cope with globalisation, migration or technology. People feel abandoned. Westminster is falling down. Board it up like a shop that no one goes to any more. Over and over, the mantras of austerity and neoliberalism are chanted by the left as the reasons for the leave vote. The right answer back by accusing the left of cultural Marxism. But what does the right believe in? Philistine capitalism – and life in a permanent sense of deja vu about a war they never fought in. They also talk about vassal states and sovereignty.

What does being a sovereign power mean? In our case, it means having a monarchy that legitimates hereditary privilege, the Lords and owning half of Scotland. It means that power is an accident of birth, but God help anyone who disses the Queen. We not only enact our serfdom; we embrace it by accepting that the monarchy is above ordinary politics.

The younger generation of royals is still locked in a symbiotic relationship with the tabloids. They do a lot of charity work – including “difficult” causes, such as mental health. They showed more empathy at Grenfell Tower than May did, but any Dalek would have done that, so the bar is low. What they can’t do is embrace the actual, essential cause of the many causes they champion: deep inequality of wealth.

Instead, the luckless Duchess of Sussex is now held hostage, breeding in captivity as all royal women must. She has sinned by asking for privacy when the tabloids say that, because the country paid for her wedding, it’s our baby. By this logic, the afterbirth should be brought out on a platter and inspected by all us loyal subjects.

But the serious question is this: how will any of our institutions ever be reformed and how will we become a modern country while bowing to this feudal system?

The magic has worked if we still believe that the monarchy – embodied in a dutiful and doughty old woman – is a superior system to boring old representative democracy. Yet even sensible people fall for the circus of honours, touches of ermine and empire, while young working-class men get their legs blown off to serve “Queen and country”.

Constitutional reform makes most people’s eyes glaze over, even though we can see our chaos is bound up in systems that are no longer viable.

We must start from the bottom up: direct action and local democracy. And then work from the top down: dismantle the archaic monarchy. The Queen cannot solve Brexit because part of what Brexit is about – what is worth keeping? What has been lost? Who has lost out? Who has gained? – is entangled with all she represents.

The vote to leave, to be in charge of our own affairs and to change the status quo, has been read as reactionary, but can also be read as revolutionary. When the Queen dies, let the whole monstrous shebang of monarchy go with her. Only then can we be a sovereign country.


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