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The Supporters Section 416.458.2266 info@TheSupportersSection.com March 1415, 2015. Toronto FC v Columbus Crew Booking Request Form OCCUPANCY/PRICE INCLUSIONS Quad ⬜ 4 person room package $125.00 p/p = $500 CAD Total Triple ⬜ 3 person room package $145.00 p/p = $480 CAD Total Double ⬜ 2 person room package $165.00 p/p = $330 CAD Total Single ⬜ 1 person room package $235.00 p/p = $235 CAD Total Includes: Return bus transportation from Toronto to Columbus Ohio, hotel accommodation in chosen occupancy, transfers to/from hotel to game, exclusiveunique antiColumbus Crew flag. LEAD PASSENGER INFORMATION (PLEASE PRINT LEGIBLY) First Name:_________________________________________ Last Name:___________________________________________ ⬜ M ⬜ F Email:_________________________________________________________ Phone: ( ) ______________________________ Street Address:___________________________________________ City:_________________________ Province:___________ Postal Code:__________ / _______ Date of Birth: ______/_____/_____ Note: The lead passenger must be over the age of 18. I, the above stated passenger, am responsible for this reservation and will be the main contact for my room I confirm this information is correct and that I have reviewed the Terms & Conditions. Passenger Signature:______________________________________________________________ Date:_______/_______/_______ ROOMING First Name: Last Name: Email: Roommate 1 Roommate 2 Roommate 3 Roommate 4 PAYMENT INFORMATION Cardholder Name: ________________________________________ ⬜ Visa ⬜ Mastercard ⬜ American Express Card # __/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/___/ Expiry _____/_____ CVC ___/___/___/___ Deposit: $50 CAD per passenger due upon registration. # of passengers ______ x $50CAD = $_______ CAD Total Amount Due # of passengers ____ x Room Occupancy ___________CAD = ________CAD deposit of $_________ = $_________CAD Balance Due Amount: $______________CAD required February 14, 2015 Date: ___________________________ Cardholder Signature : ___________________________________ The Supporters Section is a division of ilovetravel 337 Queen Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5V 2A4 | Tel: 416.966.0909 | TICO Registration No.50015962
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Matthew Davis 2/24/2016 Moving and then Moving Again but a Shorter Distance the Second Time When people talk about moving away from home, they usually act like it’s one of the hardest things to do in life,but the most challenging part of moving away is living in a new place and adapting to a scary and unfamiliar lifestyle.I moved from “upstate” (really more like lower th middle state) New York to Greenwich Village, Manhattan on August 29 2015 to enroll at NYU, and I was able to avoid any of the challenges an actual migrant would face. I drove down with my parents in an expensive car, played video games on my phone the whole way, and my biggest worry was whether my roommate whom I harassed on Facebook before we moved in would be mean to me when we finally met in real life. I didn’t have to worry about food or a safe place to stay, as my parents wrote out a check and all I had to do was show up. NYU would take care of everything from there. My “residence hall” came with a dining room, two lounges, and 24 hour public safety officers in the lobby to ensure the shadier characters of Manhattan couldn’t accidentally find themselves mingling with the heirs and debutantes of New York University’s Hayden Hall. Even though I had everything I needed here, I still felt overwhelmingly sad at the idea of leaving my family, and this was the closest thing to a difficult part about moving away from th home. On Friday September 4 I realized I could go home whenever I wanted for 16 dollars, and this revelation made the entire thing much easier for everyone. When I was home, I felt eager, even anxious, to get back to school in New York. At NYU, I was free to spend my parents’ money, and write obnoxious essays about the vastness of my privilege. After I got back from the trip home I had to take after 6 whole days of living on my own, something was different about my room. This “something” was so egregious that I really had no idea how to handle it. This was by far the most traumatic thing I had ever been forced to endure in my 18 pathetic years on this Earth. I came into my room and I saw my good friend and roommate “Ricky” had hung up Christmas lights. Aesthetics notwithstanding, Christmas lights were a distraction. They produced unnecessary light in garish colors at inappropriate times. There was no reason for an adult to have them, especially not in September. But Ricky’s passion for Christmas lights went further, as he insisted on leaving them on for most of the night. Sometimes he would come in at 2 in the morning to turn the Christmas lights on and inexplicably leave me to sleep with a blinding reminder of an event from 2000 years ago, or the holiday commemorating it that was still 3 months away. I tried to formulate possible reasons for leaving Christmas lights on late at night. Maybe he was afraid of the dark, maybe he was practicing for one of his NYU Tisch lighting classes, or maybe he did it to offend me personally, not realizing I’m only half Jewish. No matter how I looked at it, the Christmas lights were a problem, and when I asked him if I could turn them off one night, he insisted that he needed them to “see” at night. The obtuseness of this answer puzzled me briefly, and then I immediately ordered a light‐blocking sleep mask on Amazon to be delivered the next morning. For the next few weeks I made sure to passive aggressively draw great attention to my nightly ritual of preparing and donning my sleep mask, making sure Ricky understood that I had to wear protective nightwear to shield myself from the blinding rays of his “cute” and “hip” décor. I wasn’t happy here, I didn’t enjoy being disrespected by Christmas lights. That and Ricky and I would go days without saying anything to each other. I’m not sure if he didn’t like me, but it was a decidedly awkward living situation. The most we ever talked was one night when I saw Ricky outside smoking and drinking, a state in which he was eager to talk about how I “stare” at him at night (from what he described I think he meant my habit of lifting up my sleep mask to see if his Christmas lights were still on).This encounter was bizarre, and as I listened to him drunkenly rant about me, I realized I had to change the dynamic of my living situation into something less abusive. For the sake of brevity, I won’t go into the finer details, but in the th following weeks I arranged a four way room trade that involved me moving to the 8 floor of the same building into a triple room in exchange for $150 and a pair of sneakers designed by Kanye West. To be clear, I was the one getting the money and the coveted sneakers. When I tell this story people usually think I had to pay to get out of a bad situation, but no, I really got very lucky, and as far as Ricky’s “punishment” goes? The Urban Outfitters on 6th Avenue just went out of business. This brings us to where I am right now, in room 801 of NYU’s Hayden Hall. I like this room a lot better but it’s still pretty bad. Because I insisted on trading outside of the algorithmically sorted roommate pool, I now live in filth. That’s fine, I don’t mind cleaning up, but some of the filthy pigs I live with are also mean filthy pigs. My one roommate, whom I’ll try not to name (in the likely event that this essay is published within the next 3 months and he gets offended reading it and beats me up in my sleep), eats every meal in the room, showers with the curtain open, wears dirty boots into the room after I’ve cleaned it, stays up late playing video games and clicking manically, and also steals from me constantly. Describing his behavior this bluntly and omitting the nuance of his acrimony does tremendous justice to the reality of living with him. When he eats in the room, he gets the smelliest foods like stewed meats and broiled vegetables from the dining hall, and instead of throwing the box out in the hallway (like a normal disgusting person who eats in his bedroom) he leaves the box on his desk (like a really disgusting person who eats in his bedroom). When he showers with the curtain open, he steps outside of the shower with his wet body to get the soaps and Chinese shampoos he forgets to bring in with him at first, getting water all over the floor and sink. When he wears boots into the room he steps in the bathroom and onto the bath mat leaving piles of dirt for me to clean and towels for me to wash. When I come back after a weekend at home, and find my food, money, hangers, and prescription pills missing, he looks at me and groans indignantly at the idea of me being disappointed that he steals my things. When he stays up late playing video games, he insists “just one more round” even though it’s already 4 AM on the morning of my Calculus 3 midterm. This is a disaster, and I am under considerable abuse. The good news is he’s galvanized a number of latent obsessive compulsive tendencies in me, and now I have the “good” kind of OCD, meaning I’m obsessively organized and neat but in a “constructive” way according to my psychiatrist. At this point I alternate between pitying him as socially inept and unaware of how rude he’s being, and bitterly resenting him for being a mad genius, capable of scamming me out of my mental health. Before I moved away from home, I never had to deal with rude roommates or personal accountability or sleep masks, but it’s fine, it really is. As I type this, my RA, suitemates and I are planning an intervention with my roommate. He eagerly responded “yes” to an email about a meeting to create a new living agreement, probably not realizing he is the sole villain of this story. That’s okay, let him have a few more days of feeling bitter towards me for asking him to be slightly less inconsiderate sometimes. Listen, sure I’m being abused, but I really don’t mind; I’m becoming a more responsible adult, learning to have patience with children, and most importantly, my new shoes are really cool.
$50 Bookstore Gift Certificate Choice of a Hoodie Choice of a Tee Shirt or Hat One prize per roommate will be awarded for double occupancy rooms where both roommates have assisted with door decorations.
Unix/Terminal ● Developed a roommate compatibility application “Roommates” with a technical group of two others.
I don’t want to make any assumptions about your life outside of the office, but could your roommate situation have anything to do with this dip in performance?
The Origin The last 15 minutes of weekly roommate meeting was dedicated to coming up with creative solutions to common college problems.
Jocelyn was too busy drawing a picture of Nicole, her roommate, to even notice anything Steven, her boyfriend, was doing.
FRENCH HOUSE MANUAL Fall 2017 LAST UPDATE: 9-14-2017 The French House manual is made to be a set of guidelines - the cooperative living experience is a fluid one which changes from semester to semester. The manual is not the end all be all for house rules - inclusion in the manual doesn’t mean the house’s stance is rigid on a particular topic, while exclusion from the manual doesn’t give license to commit any other action. THE SEVEN CO-OPERATIVE PRINCIPLES VOLUNTARY AND OPEN MEMBERSHIP Co-operatives are voluntary organisations, open to all persons able to use their services and willing to accept the responsibilities of membership, without gender, social, racial, political or religious discrimination. DEMOCRATIC MEMBER CONTROL Co-operatives are democratic organisations controlled by their members, who actively participate in setting their policies and making decisions. Men and women serving as elected representatives are accountable to the membership. In primary co-operatives members have equal voting rights (one member, one vote) and co-operatives at other levels are also organised in a democratic manner. MEMBER ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION Members contribute equitably to, and democratically control, the capital of their co-operative. At least part of that capital is usually the common property of the co-operative. Members usually receive limited compensation, if any, on capital subscribed as a condition of membership. Members allocate surpluses for any or all of the following purposes: developing their co-operative, possibly by setting up reserves, part of which at least would be indivisible; benefiting members in proportion to their transactions with the co-operative; and supporting other activities approved by the membership. AUTONOMY AND INDEPENDENCE Co-operatives are autonomous, self-help organisations controlled by their members. If they enter into agreements with other organisations, including governments, or raise capital from external sources, they do so on terms that ensure democratic control by their members and maintain their co-operative autonomy. EDUCATION, TRAINING AND INFORMATION Co-operatives provide education and training for their members, elected representatives, managers, and employees so they can contribute effectively to the development of their co-operatives. They inform the general public - particularly young people and opinion leaders - about the nature and benefits of co-operation. CO-OPERATION AMONG CO-OPERATIVES Co-operatives serve their members most effectively and strengthen the co-operative movement by working together through local, national, regional and international structures. CONCERN FOR COMMUNITY Co-operatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies approved by their members. BASIC HOUSE GUIDELINES Membership/House Process Member Orientation House Meetings Smoking Parking Common Interests Roof Access Cup Runs Commons and Bikes House Parties Roommate Contracts BOARDERS, GUESTS, AND COUCHSURFERS Boarders Guests Couchsurfers KITCHEN Sanitation Chef Pots/Bowls/Cutting Boards Dinners Personal Food Save Plates LABOR General Policy Labor & Beautification Holiday Makeup Labor Labor Warning/Fines System Party Labor FINES & PURCHASES House Purchases House Discretionary Funds Small Purchases Personal Mess Fines Maintenance Fines Officer Fines INTERIM Interim Officers Interim Labor Interim House Process OFFICER ROLES Trustee (3 Hours) Labor Czar (3 Hours) Kitchen Manager (3 Hours) Membership Coordinator (1 Hour) Treasurer (1 Hour) Maintenance Officer (2 Hours) Board Representative (2 Hours) Gnome Lord (2 Hours) Education (1 Hour) Historian (1 Hour) Example of a Proposal FRENCH HOUSE ROOMMATE AGREEMENT LABOR DESCRIPTIONS Iron Chef (2 hrs) Kitchen Clean (2 hrs) Lunch Clean (1 Hour) Garden Gnome (1 Hour) Commons Clean (Upstairs & Downstairs) (1 Hour) Bathroom Clean (Upstairs/Downstairs) (1 hour) Porch/Laundry Clean (1 hour) Trash / Recycling (1 hour) HEB/Costco Shop (2 hours) Fridge Clean (1 hour) Mail (Membership) Guff Cook (2 hours) Cookie Monster (2 hours) Weekend Kitchen Fairy (1 hours) Revision History BASIC HOUSE GUIDELINES Membership/House Process Membership is available to any upper division college student or graduate student. Acceptance to French House is guaranteed to all other applicants granted that there are no upper division or graduate level students on the waitlist, a room is available and you meet all requirements given to you by ICC. Non-students will be accepted only if no students remain on the waitlist. The house process requires that prospective members attend at least one dinner and help cook dinner, before moving into French House. An interview outlining what a new member should expect from cooperative living will also be acceptable if the member is not located in Austin. If they meet all other membership and ICC requirements, they can then apply to move in. House members may raise objections about a prospective member directly to the Leasing Specialist at any point before the contract is signed. The Leasing Specialist will discern whether these objections may be the basis for rejecting a prospective member’s application to French House. See also, Interim: House Process Member Orientation All members must be present for Member Orientation, run by the Trustee and Labor Czar, directly following the first meeting of each semester. This orientation will include a quick overview of major rules, a hands on tour of the kitchen (Jackson rules, cast iron cleaning, where things go/are,) save plate policy, etc. This is optional for members who have lived at French House for 3 semester or more. If no new members move in over the interim periods, the orientation is optional at the discretion of Labor Czar and Trustee. If new members move in during the semester, whether they need a Member Orientation is at the discretion of Labor Czar and Trustee. House Meetings Mandatory meetings occur every other Sunday after dinner, and all French House members are required to attend. The date of a meeting may be changed by informal or formal house vote, but must be done 48 hours in advance. Showing up late to meetings, leaving early, or leaving for extended periods (greater than 10 minutes) will result in your being marked absent. Unexcused absences Officers :
(Double/full bedded rooms are limited and subject to confirmation.) q I am requesting a roommate.
Terror's Realm c Roadsters c Roommania #203 Roommate Asami :
Most people were from the U.K., one girl was from South Africa and my roommate was from Australian/China.