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Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#1 10 years ago

Am I going straight to Hell, or maybe just purgatory? A little advice would be welcome.

1. I take fruit from the dining hall to keep my refrigerator fully stocked. The meals are all you can eat, and at first I justified my actions by telling myself that I eat nowhere near the amount most others do. However, lately I've been seeing people fill 2 litre bottles with soda and other beverages, and I've been wondering if I too may have crossed a line.

Should I go to the manager and retroactively pay for what I have taken?

2. I haven't seen my room mate since last Thursday. Should I be worried? I don't think he was killed or anything in the room since his closest has yet to begin to smell. Still, a week is a long time...




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#2 10 years ago

1. No. In fact, steal more food and mail it to me.

2. Do you find him incredibly annoying? If yes, then no. If no, then no.




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#3 10 years ago

1. :uhm:

2. I don't often see him, so he couldn't be annoying even if he really was.




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#4 10 years ago

Then don't worry about him. He can take care of himself.




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#5 10 years ago

1.) Well, follow your heart I guess. You have a conscience, which is good. Depends on the degree on how much you're taking.

2.) Hmm. You should ask around.




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#6 10 years ago

1. Generally I take about two apples and an orange a day.

2. I don't know who he knows.




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#7 10 years ago

Ensign Riles;4201646Am I going straight to Hell, or maybe just purgatory? A little advice would be welcome.

1. I take fruit from the dining hall to keep my refrigerator fully stocked. The meals are all you can eat, and at first I justified my actions by telling myself that I eat nowhere near the amount most others do. However, lately I've been seeing people fill 2 litre bottles with soda and other beverages, and I've been wondering if I too may have crossed a line.

Should I go to the manager and retroactively pay for what I have taken?

2. I haven't seen my room mate since last Thursday. Should I be worried? I don't think he was killed or anything in the room since his closest has yet to begin to smell. Still, a week is a long time...

i) There's no such thing as crossing the line. This holds especially true for free food. You should consider investing in a long hose so you can have constant access to soda in your room.

ii) You should not worry. His absence is beneficial to you, as you have more space and you will have the hose of soda all to yourself. Just pack down his stuff, and combine your beds and you'll have yourself an excellent room. When he returns, you should consider killing him in order to keep things like this.




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#8 10 years ago

I don't drink soda. :uhm:




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#9 10 years ago

Then that is even better. You could fill up bottles and sell it. An additional source of income.




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#10 10 years ago

Why would I do that when others can simply get their own refills?

Oh, I forgot to mention that what is available for consumption is also sold in a store located right in the dining hall.




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