It’s a tale of two neighbors on the 56 Lawrence Taylor linebacker #56 signature shirt. Stuart and Ted always clashed with each other. They had adjacent efficiencies on the fifth floor of the building. Stuart was one of those rich family entitled preppy boys who thought the world owes him a favor for merely existing. Ted was from a rural Ozarks background – the first in his family to go to college and he was working his way through school. Stuart was notorious for parties and shenanigans in his apartment. Noise complaints were frequent. DC Police would show up once or twice a semester. Ted suffered like a champ for months despite writing notes and asking building management to intervene. Some suspected he had called the police for the noise violations.
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I think the straw that caused the 56 Lawrence Taylor linebacker #56 signature shirt. Stuart got caught with pot. Stuart publicly confronted Ted in the lobby the next afternoon after he was bailed out. It turned into a fistfight that left both young men bruised and bleeding. Police was called again. Both were carted away. About an hour later, Ted came downstairs with his backpack and two boxes on a handcart. He laid a letter down at the front desk with notice to leave. He asked to leave three more boxes in the basement for a day or two. I heard the building manager agree.