A little about this basement apartment. It really wasn’t even an apartment. It was, in fact, a basement and just that. It was unfinished. Concrete floor and walls, metal posts and no interior walls, the house’s furnace and water heater right out in the open in the corner. There was a toilet, sink and small shower tucked away in one corner, wide open to the room. Jorge had an old, beat up couch (which doubled as my bed), a couple over-stuffed chairs, a coffee table, a small kitchen table that had a microwave and toaster oven on it, his single bed and an old TV and his stereo set-up (top of the line, of course!). He did have a throw-rug on the floor in front of the couch, other than that COLD concrete floors. And the furnace was LOUD plus you could hear everything going on upstairs. No refrigerator. He said $50.00 a month rent and since I was only making about $400 a month at my job as a laborer in construction I was fine by that.
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