The other day I was coming home from work. It turns out that the lock on my driver-side door decided to crap out and now I can only lock the door from the passenger-side door; this adds to a long list of things that have been accumulating with this car that needs to be fixed. I work part-time and go to school full time; I am majoring in Civil Engineering. Anyways I am typically always broke; I live paycheck to paycheck and it gets old having to pay bills that are more than an 8 hours day worth of work. So what's my point? Back to me coming home from work; I get home step out of the car and see that my new neighbor is out side his Apartment and has a girl with him. The girl is clearly trailer trash; unkempt, nasty looking clothes, shaggy hair that looks like it hasn't been washed in a week, holding a Milwaukee's Beast. The First thing she does when she sees me step out of the car is immediately ask me for a cigarette. Now, although I quite smoking(regularly) about 3 years ago, I know all about asking your bud for a smoke from time to time. This being said, I am not this girl's friend and I have not been drinking. The guy, my neighbor that lives in the apartment, starts talking to his buddy that pulls up.. "yo yo what up playa, what up playa, just chill'n, blah blah blah"as loud as this guy can be. I have no money and yet I choose to better my self and hopefully one day provide a rewarding service to the community. These people have no money and choose to continue to live a shitty life. My final point. No money doesn't mean you have to live a shitty life talk with respect while in public take care of your personal hygiene and don't drink if all you can afford is cheap beer. That is all.