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Yes, only make an agreement that you can keep.

Posted by Ken on December 13, 2000 at 20:24:19:

In Reply to: Be very careful posted by John on December 13, 2000 at 15:49:31:

With all due respect, it sounds like you brought on the problems yourself in the situation you describe. By renegeing on your agreement, you wound up screwing over your landlord while shooting yourself in the foot. The lesson here is obvious. Keep your word, and uphold your end of any deals you make. Just a little life lesson that helps avoid a lot of trouble.

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