Back in college, my a-hole of a housemate stole my GBA. It wasn't until my other housemates told them that they found it in his house' room(I wrote my name inside the battery compartment. that's how they IDed it) that I found the culprit out. They brought it back for me and I confronted him.
"I was just borrowing it." With a straight face. I couldn't hold my fist back because I previously lost an Incubus cassette to another stealer and I was really upset about it.
No one wanted to rent a house/apartment with him again. Last thing I know, he dropped off college. Apparently his life was so ****** up.
MORAL OF THE STORY: If your friends are worth being your friends, they should understand if you want to lock your toys away when you're not around to watch(especially if you live with many people under the same roof). If they can't accept you not allowing them to use your stuff while you're gone, chances are they are not your friends.
Cassette are you like 50?
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it's the thief's fault that it was stolen, obviously, but the tc needs to take actions to prevent theft, especially when strangers be around.
TC wasn't home when others came over. So, you know, let's just do THAT, exactly THAT, lock the door remotely from another location without actually knowing that others are there, nevermind that the other housemates may need access to things that may be in TCs room or something. If any secondary blame is to be placed, it's on the people who failed to supervise their guests.
I mean seriously, if someone broke into my house, would it suddenly become my fault that I didn't store everything I want in a vault set into my apartments foundation? I mean, hey! There might be thieves eventually! I'd better plan ahead because strangers exist!
It's not like TC left their stuff on the front yard and then cried when it got removed. Your own stuff is supposed to be safe in your own house you know? If it doesn't work like that where you live, I'm really sorry, and you should move if at all possible.