The place isn’t roomy, but the architectural style is quite appealing. I hear there’s a waiting list, though. But if you like, I walk past often enough and can look for that “no” to be covered up. Here’s the thing; A little birdie told me that several crows are in the queue—and they are quite aggressive about obtaining lodging, particularly when the place is furnished and the landlord provides some meals.
Advice: Adopt a community cat from the shelter and turn him loose nearby. If the beastie doesn’t catch and eat some of the animals waiting for the place, he might scare off most of them. The residence is on Maryland Street in University Heights. Address isn’t disclosed, just in case I want to submit a rental application myself.
Should you decide to try for this delightful domicile at time of vacancy, be warned: You will have to read and sign a lengthy disclaimer with the lease. The miniaturization process is experimental and utilizes artificial intelligence. My question, and it should be yours: Is that shrinkage permanent or can it be reversed? Either way, make sure to rehome that cat to another community before undergoing the procedure. The irony of him hunting and catching you would be comic. But not as funny to you, if you’re dead.
Good news: If you had one or more shots for SARS-CoV-2 (severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2)/COVID-19, you’re a couple steps ahead. There’s something in the vaccine that supposedly makes miniaturization much easier and less painful.
If, since being jabbed, you feel like the world is getting bigger, there’s legitimacy to your experience—except it’s you that changed. As I understand, you normally would become smaller gradually, over a prolonged period of time. The idea behind this genetic engineering is that less of you, and everyone else, means less consumption of resources and reduced contribution to global warming.
The miniaturization merely speeds up the process and contributes to California’s goal of increasing population density to reduce housing costs. What better way than to reduce you so that you can live in a smaller space.