The Obsession

15 thoughts on “The Obsession”

  1. Sweet jesus. Come to our place. We will get you drunk so you don’t have to endure him.

    How the HELL did he pass the “is this guy too insane to live with” test?

  2. Hah, hah, is he an American? I’m confused.

    I have a standard rider of “So, did this employee get much work done?” onto my reference-checking routine now, and the funny part is that people actually seem relieved that I’ve asked, and happy to answer, even if they wouldn’t have volunteered. So next time you check be sure to ask “Is this guy crazy?” I’ll bet people will totally open right up at that point.

  3. Hehe, no, he’s not American. He’s a 1st generation Canadian from Surrey who just wishes he were American. He’s planning on looking for work there as soon as he’s done capitalizaing on our more-affordable, high quality educaiton.

    And if I *ever* live with a roommate again (unlikely), I’ll totally pull out the “is this person crazy” question.

  4. That guy’s psycho. Artos suggested maybe his mom would come in and fill the holes, sand and paint. Since y’know, his parents seem to be cool with supporting everything else about his existence. You should suggest it. Except then you might have to meet his mom. That could be scary.

  5. “snaps for ray everyone! i think he’s a keeper!”

    that’s the kind of thing that’ll get you lampooned on the daily show

  6. I feel your pain – roomates can be a burden – but it seems Ray has uppped the ante!
    Has anyone thought to call the psych-ward of the local hospitals to see if one their patients is missing?
    I love the “Command Centre” – I want one…!

  7. y’know, I only saw it live and in person for a brief few seconds, and “freak” registered before I looked away and turned my attention to more pressing things (mmm dinner) but now that I’ve had a chance to soak it in, I can offer this little tidbit: All the time I’ve spent in the US of A (including living for a year in a blood-red state) there aren’t many, if any, weirdos like this.

  8. Well, you cannot choose the country you are born in, but you can choose the one you love :).
    Although I don’t like the US (Oh and for the record, even though in English the word is “American” in every other language is incorrect because American and or America means people born in the Americas (Including US Citizens), so for example all Canadian born people are Americans, and so are mexicans, venezuelans etc :P).

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