inafoxhole (inafoxhole) wrote,


How consistent do I need to be with the complex's "no soliciting" policy in order not to be hypocritical?

See, a while back I complained about a local church leaving literature at my door. Yesterday (by now) Time Warner left a note on my door about digital telephone service. Do I need to get more irritated than I feel since I got pissed enough at the church to call them and complain vociferously?

I could just throw it out, but if I want the no soliciting policy enforced, I should insist that it be consistent, yes?

Perhaps I will make some excuse tomorrow to go by the apartment leasing office and ask them about it.

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