I inhabit a weak frail, decayed tenement;
battered by winds and broken by storms,
and, from all I can learn,
the landlord does not intend to repair.

— JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, 6th President of the USA (1767-1848)
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I inhabit a weak frail, decayed tenement;
battered by winds and broken by storms,
and, from all I can learn,
the landlord does not intend to repair.

— JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, 6th President of the USA (1767-1848)
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I inhabit a weak frail, decayed tenement;
battered by winds and broken by storms,
and, from all I can learn,
the landlord does not intend to repair.

— JOHN QUINCY ADAMS, 6th President of the USA (1767-1848)