Hypocrisy, thy name is Elizabeth Turnbull

I really dislike pretenders. Not sure whether haughtiness or hypocrisy is lower on my listing of detestable features, but they 're style down there.

This student
at Yale, Elizabeth Turnbull, maked n't desire to pay $ 14K to sleep in New Oasis for two eld. OK, I can understand that.

So, alternatively, she sponged edifice stuffs. She lets others to furnish her bath installations ( H2O, light, shower, lavatory,etc. ). And so she gases that she Holds salvaging the environment.

Crap. She Holds forcing her footmark onto somebody else. Those stuffs would hold been employed. Person invites the H2O, light, sewerage,etc. she utilizes.

Her $ 14K house with no bath belike makes n't encounter edifice codifications, but once you get promotion, that makes n't count, I imagine. She ca n't lease it out when she Holds maked, presuming anyone would lease it, since it Wears person else 's holding and without a bath makes n't see codifications. Instead than part with like-minded educatees, she constructed another installation. Surmise that Holds okey overly, 'cause solar powers it.

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