"I Want You Out": Judge Orders Man, 30, To Move Out Of Parents' Home

A 30-year-old man from New York state has been ordered to move out of his parents' house after a very short legal battle with his Mom and Dad. Representing himself in court after a "brief search on the internet" that "took minutes," Rotondo argued that he was entitled to six more months at his parents' home rent free.

State Supreme Court Justice Donald Greenwood, with a mostly straight face, ordered Michael Rotondo of Camillus, New York to leave his parents' home for good after he reportedly moved back home eight years ago.

Just how did Michael find himself on the internet today?

After years of encouraging him to seek work and become self-sufficient (and perhaps lose his virginity), Mark and Christina Rotondo were at their wits' end - finally penning a Feb. 2 eviction letter which read: "Michael, after a discussion with your mother, we have decided that you must leave this house immediately. You have 14 days to vacate. You will not be allowed to return. We will take whatever actions are necessary to enforce this decision.

A short while later, the neerdowell received another letter that read: “Michael Joseph Rontodo, you are hereby evicted.

When that failed to do the trick, the Rotondos gave Michael $1,100 - writing in a February 18 letter; "so you can find a place to stay," adding "There are jobs available even for those with a poor work history like you ... Get one- you have to work!"

The Rotondos also recommended that Michael "Sell the other things you have that have any significant value (e.g. stereo, some tools etc.). This is especially true for any weapons you may have. You need the money and will have no place for the stuff." 

We can only imagine what kind of weapons Michael owns...

Finally, in April Micahel's parents went to their local town court to try and evict him - only to be told to take it to the state supreme court - where the legal advice he found during his "brief internet search" was insufficient to win over Judge Greenwood. 

Despite being served with an eviction order, Rotondo seemed to enjoy his time in court. According to Syracuse.com, Rotondo asked television cameras to interview him outside the courtroom. He made it clear that he didn’t live in a basement, and that he had his own bedroom. He also said he did his own laundry. -The Guardian

Hear that ladies? 



J S Bach secretargentman Wed, 05/23/2018 - 08:46 Permalink

When I was in my early 20s and it was time to leave the nest, my parents wanted me to STAY.  Of course, we have a very close family and had I decided to remain a little longer, I would have insisted on paying some kind of "rent".  At the very least, this guy should have given his time and efforts to helping around the house... everything from daily chores to maintenance.  But, he probably preferred to smoke weed, choke the chicken and play video games all day.  Just a guess.  Such is the state of our honorless society today.

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TheWholeYearInn NidStyles Wed, 05/23/2018 - 09:00 Permalink

When I was 17 years and 2 months, I took the $115 I had in my pocket and spent $85 of it on a bus ticket to the West Coast.


I ate cheese crackers for 3 days during the trip. & got a job within 2 hours of arriving at my destination after dropping 25 cents on a newspaper and circling classified ads.


In retrospect ~ I have to admit I was pretty damn lucky, but the whole thing at the time was like this big adventure. I knew it was gonna turn out alright, and the thought of failure never really entered my mind at any time.


Weird thing about it all is that, after that, I was never afraid to do anything in my life. It's still like that today. I could get tossed out on my ass and lose everything, and I'd still land on my feet.

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Harry Lightning ZENDOG Wed, 05/23/2018 - 09:35 Permalink

I agree with you. The fruit falls close to the tree. Yes, this guy is a loser, but what part did his parents play in making him a loser ? And I don't care how much of a loser a guy is, as long as he is not being disrespectful or belligerent with his parents, they should be taking care of him. But there is a caveat, the loser has to try and make his life better, because its his responsibility as an adult to try and improve his situation in life. 

I don't know, its a hard case. I always would do anything for my children, no matter what cost and no matter why. Maybe I am too lenient, but they still turned out okay. Its just that there are somethings that happen in life beyond peoples' control, at some point everyone needs help. I never thought I should subsidize laziness, and I never did. But I also never thought it would be right to turn my back on my kids. 

This clown should cut off his hair, get rid of his attitude, and enlist in the military., They would provide him with the four things he needs : someplace to live, meals, discipline, and training to be a useful member of society once his hitch is over. 

Terrible story from many angles.

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MoreSun shovelhead Wed, 05/23/2018 - 16:35 Permalink

scream on zog promoter!

we are spammed every day non stop with your jew supremacist approved propaganda and you highly approve of it.

You hate it when the truth comes out about the jew supremacists israeli idf soldiers shooting unarmed pregnant Christian Palestinian women in the abdomen while wearing t-shirts bearing "one shot two kills", & they brag about shooting them in the abdomen.

But your jew controlled msm don't show this to the American people.

Something to be really proud of? Only if your a murderous jew supremacist & supporter thereof. 


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eforce MoreSun Wed, 05/23/2018 - 18:29 Permalink

"If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered.... I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.... The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs."

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Herd Redirecti… Leakanthrophy Wed, 05/23/2018 - 12:00 Permalink

In Russia, India, China, don't they start preparing kids for the future from something like age 10?

Giving those with potential a mentor, challenges, a path to travel?

And what do we do?  We tell young white boys "Oh sorry, this program is for women that want to become leaders.  This is for POC.  This other program is for indigenous people.  Thanks for applying to [insert name of college/university here]"

So yeah, this guy deserves ridicule but we also have to keep in mind the era this guy was born into.  Told he was unwanted, unnecessary.  That is how you end up with a lost generation, IMO.

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Beltain Herd Redirecti… Wed, 05/23/2018 - 13:18 Permalink

Good points but good luck getting any of the older crowd to agree with you. We have been destroying most of the chances any young White Male has to get ahead for decades. I especially like how old men will talk about how they made it with nothing in their pocket and traveling to a new city when they were young. I always think "Ya try that today". I am an X'r myself and I can see how much easier I had it over these kids today. Sure the bright top 1% still manage but we have placed so many blockers in front of young White Men these days it's a wonder they haven't turned on us by now.


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Herd Redirecti… Beltain Wed, 05/23/2018 - 13:29 Permalink

I was SO interested in leadership as a kid.  Always more mature than my peers, who wanted to drink and party on weekends (waited till I was 18).

But no, there were not to be any more leadership opportunities for 'white men', not because of anything I had done, but because 'we' had our 'chance'.  LOL

Don't underestimate the psychological impact something like that can have, never mind being deprived of opportunities, and seeing those less inclined and less enthusiastic get opportunities handed to them?

It is why I became interested in coaching.  An area where a white man was still allowed to lead!

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lonesome foghorn a Smudge by an… Wed, 05/23/2018 - 11:29 Permalink

Not sure what you mean. But come to think of it, in the Old Days this slug would have been drafted and forced to put in two years in the Real World, mixing with a lot of other young men and older men of a, ahem, stern disposition. Needless to say, that would have changed him and this farce would never have been.


But we opted for Progress instead.

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techpriest a Smudge by an… Wed, 05/23/2018 - 15:39 Permalink

I'd hate to say it, but in some ways that was my dad - he grew up on the wrong side of the tracks, and saw the Army as a chance to get his life together.

The main benefit, he told me, was that being stationed far away from home, in unfamiliar surroundings, gave him the "reset" and independence he needed to succeed at many other things later in life. Nothing back home looked the same or impressed him any more.

If there's a way to do this without enriching the MIC (and that includes the "Peace" Corps), I would be in favor.

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Malleus Maleficarum morongobill Wed, 05/23/2018 - 13:46 Permalink

We should take a page from East Germany and throw him in jail, along with all the other work-shy lefties! That, or just put a bullet in his head and bill the parents!

In all seriousness, I have no problem with the concept of the multi-generational household. It's economical and family is what's most important in this life. The economy is forcing this situation, more and more. That said, the dude's physically capable of helping out. Sitting around 24/7 and hoovering up the groceries is BS. There are many home improvement, plumbing and landscaping projects that he could be doing to improve his parent's domicile. There are many chores that could be done. He can chop firewood or cut his neighbor's grass, etc. The "service economy" is always looking for services, and most people are willing to negotiate.

My family is dealing with the same kind of thing with an addict. Over time, I've learned that the police and courts are worse than useless - they're downright harmful! You have to ask the state's permission and then pay the state to evict someone from "your own" property. They won't help or protect the elderly, and the only time they're interested in the addicts is when they can extract money or labor from them. None of this helps anything.

On the other hand, what does this generation get to look forward to? Holding down 2 or 3 minimum wage jobs with no benefits, if they're lucky? Witnessing the rape and destruction of their nation by wealth-extracting parasites? Being slaves to the state? Fighting WWIII and then cleaning up, if they survive? Read some of the articles posted here recently - things are rough all over, and this paradigm's gonna shift.

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83_vf_1100_c Malleus Maleficarum Wed, 05/23/2018 - 15:19 Permalink

" or just put a bullet in his head and bill the parents! "

  I'll cover the bill for them. I have a 19 yr old just like that kid. He does not live at home. No sponges allowed here. He sponges off some friends who work hard for their lower class lifestyle. No idea why they allow the kid to live on their dime. It is painful for a parent to watch a kid fail so thoroughly. My other children are doing well.

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techpriest 83_vf_1100_c Wed, 05/23/2018 - 15:45 Permalink

You might have to give him a few years. I was a dick to my own parents from 21-25, then at 25 I got it together. He might have to hit bottom, and it might take a few years. The only thing you can do is let him know that he is welcomed in the family (not to live there, but in the sense of being a respected family member) any time he is finished with the way he is living now.

If I had to guess, sometime in the early/mid 20s his friends will be ready to move on, they will kick him out, and during that moment he will find that Jesus was knocking on his door the whole time, and that it is time to open the door for that Come to Jesus moment.

I know the pain I caused my own parents, so I do want you to know that I am sorry for the trouble you are going through.

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HRH of Aquitaine 2.0 Malleus Maleficarum Wed, 05/23/2018 - 18:24 Permalink

Good luck with the addict. Depending on their age I would recommend taking them out of the country, by force, if necessary. Putting them on a boat or a farm and forcing them to work is another.

You are correct, attempting to get help from various state services is worse than useless, those services have one effect, they teach the addict about being entitled and how to use their addiction as a crutch. That being said I hope your situation turns out better than my own. And pray. Not for the addict, for yourself.

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Peterman333 Harry Lightning Wed, 05/23/2018 - 14:19 Permalink

Agreed. Usually what they "did" was have one kid and dote on him. I see this today, instead of having larger families (which makes sense in the normal, non luciferian/malthusian mindset) as in the past which made everyone get less and be on their toes to achieve, work, and do more and thus get MORE, they had one kid and gave him everything and so here he is today, having to just start learning about the hard facts of life. I see many people raising their one or two special precious pumpkin brats just exactly this way  big mistake.

"You have to work"..yeah, good point parents, you should have told him that at age 10 as my parents made clear to me which is when I started cutting lawns, shoveling snow and caddying, it doesn't take much motivation for a 10 year old..do this easy work, get $$$'s, it was like magic back then, not like I had rent to pay or a mortgage and there was no such thing as "allowance". I bet this fat pos had an allowance back in the day, lets ask the parents.


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