By Phillip Crandall
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Eventually, he was struck by the residents’ commitment to that life and to music. ” Allow one-time resident Twig Harper to give the grand tour: “There were homeless people living on the porch … we painted the kitchen completely head-to-toe blue … we had a rotting deer carcass someone found in the dumpster, like, hanging off the front tree. ” *** Andrew and Fred Thomas saw each other at Huron House shows and around town, but the elder Thomas says he didn’t really get to know the high-schooler until they worked together at a costume shop in nearby Ypsilanti.
I Love NYC” “Look what I did,” said an excited Andrew in Mark Morgan’s Brooklyn living room. • 37 • I GET WET Morgan, missing the forest for the suddenly displaced trees, sees only rearranged furniture, the relocation of the TV, sprawled-out newspapers on the ground, massive new paintings hanging on the walls, and his (detuned) guitar not in its rightful place. And, of course, the unsightly cot that Andrew has been calling a bed for the last few months. ” Morgan says. That may be the question he asks, but the overwhelming question in his mind is actually one of semantics: is Andrew the worst roommate or the worst houseguest in the entire city?
No one is entirely sure how the owner got wise—or why he’d pay anything if he knew all along they were fake, which he claimed—but Andrew says he did confess • 30 • PHILLIP CR A NDALL after the owner mentioned a friend in the FBI. As punishment, Andrew says the owner demanded he give his son art lessons. Prompted by this and/or a separate incident where Andrew created and distributed fake cease-and-desist letters, he started seeing a child psychologist. ” and so on, for months. ” “My Dad and I—but my Dad especially—thought it was just hilarious and ridiculous,” Andrew says.