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I'm in New York City-Staten Island to be exact. I woke up this morning to
find my bedroom ceiling partially
caved in thanks to all the torrential rains we've been getting  Luckily the
bed and computer are dry, but an entire bookcase full of books, one night
table, and part of a brand new rug are soaked and ruined-and water is still
coming in. On top of that there is a crack forming in the kitchen ceiling!
We're waiting for the landlord to show up, and
silently cursing the idiot that built this building with a completely FLAT


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