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[Comments] (5) : I got an apartment in Little Rock. Actually to call it an apartment is to overstate the case. It is an 'efficiency', with a Room (it's bare and purposeless, like the newest room in a text adventure you're writing), a kitchen, and a treacherous bathroom even smaller than the one in my hotel in Brussels, with steps leading up to the shower, as though a shower is some sort of sacrificial altar. Which I'll always be afraid it's one mistep away from becoming. It reminds me (in spirit if not in size) of the apartment in The Apartment. The best part: it used to be used by the vicar of the local Lutheran church, who it seems has just skipped town. Second-best part: the rent is $315 a month. I move in on Saturday. "Moving in" to consist of driving there and unloading my car--all the stuff that's been rattling around my trunk since Bakersfield is still in there.


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Posted by Kristofer Straub at Fri Jan 09 2004 03:31

Good for you, but too bad it's so small. Oh well, that's the way it crumbles -- cookie-wise.

Posted by Leonard at Fri Jan 09 2004 10:06

It's actually fine that it's so small, because I don't have any furniture and I'm almost never going to be there. I saw a couple ones that were bigger, but when I pictured myself living in them I felt like Charles Foster Kane.

Posted by Susie at Fri Jan 09 2004 11:05

Yay for you. We have some friends who are living in an apartment (actually living there) and have no furniture. They are using a borrowed camping chair.

Posted by Sumana at Fri Jan 09 2004 11:57

So you would rather be Lemmon than Welles? Better than John Wells, anyway.

Posted by Rachie at Fri Jan 09 2004 21:00

315? *drools*


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