Jul. 28th, 2010


Locked to 401


You were right.

That sucked.

Any chance I could talk to you when you have a moment?

Jun. 30th, 2010


PUBLIC: Written from 103

Hey everyone, nice setup here. Definitely more convenient than a bulletin board in the lobby, that's for sure.

I guess I just wanted to introduce myself. My name's Parker Sullivan and I just moved into room 103 last night.

What to say, what to say... I suppose I ought to mention that I'm new to New York City--I'm from the Midwest originally, but I just graduated out of the University of California, Berkley. Definitely the best four years of my life so far, but things can always get better with new places and people, right?

I've already found the local co-op, recycling center, humane society and Goodwill, but if anyone could point me in the direction of some of the better grocery stores that sell free-range meat and locally grown produce, or a farmer's market, I'd really appreciate it.

I'm also looking for volunteer opportunities, so you if know any centers that are in need of help or would like to swap vegetarian recipes, feel free to knock on my door any time. It's covered in posters and newsletters, so it's really hard to miss.

By the way, thanks to whoever left the cookies in the lobby--the vegan ones were awesome.


Public; sent from 602

Um, I was going to introduce myself before, but I didn't have the chance before being sent to Russia. I'm Sebastian Burke, I moved here very recently from Virginia. I'm a new nurse at Country General Hospital. I'm twenty-one, I have a bachelor's in nursing, and I now live in room #602. You can stop by if you need anything ever, if you want.

It's nice to meet you all.