Flyer News: How did you guys meet?
Lou Zambelli: Well, Ross, Mike and I met on the ground floor of Founders and we met Sean working together through intramurals at the RecPlex. Ross, we kind of found on the corner.
Ross Gueltzow: No, you didn’t.
Mike McCormick: We traded in a bunch of bottles in for money and he was there.
FN: How is living in the Ghetto different from living at Irving Commons?
LZ: Haha, how long you got?
Sean Moore: I wouldn’t know.
RG: There are people here instead of raccoons.
MM: Less cats.
LZ: Less dumpster cats and the bars are close.
MM: The cats only have four legs instead of five.
LZ: It doesn’t take 45 minutes to walk to class.
RG: Now I’m just kind of sweaty.
LZ and MM: Kind of.
FN: What are your house rules?
RG: I think there is only one.
MM: We only recognize one and it’s not good for the paper.
SM: It’s perfect for the paper.
LZ: The only way we make decisions in the house is majority rules, three to one.
RG: I always lose.
SM: That’s kind of part of the rule; Ross always loses.
LZ: If you get upset or angry, you get a hug.
RG: Yes, always a hug.
MM: Clothed or not clothed.
SM: No rules on that.
FN: What singer would be the soundtrack to 215?
LZ: R. Kelly.
MM: Rusted Root, “Send Me On My Way.”
RG: Mark Cohn.
LZ: If we could make a band to represent this house, it would consist of R. Kelly, Mark Cohn and Rusted Root.
FN: What does a typical Sunday morning look like at 215?
SM: When you say morning, do you mean before noon? Because that means we are all in bed and Ross is sleeping on the couch.
MM: Watching British comedies. I’m already back from Tim Hortons and have had three cups of coffee.
SM: I don’t leave bed.
MM: Lou’s asleep with eBay bids and Yahtzee on his iPad.
SM: Lou is lying face down in his bed with his phone and iPad.
FN: Do you guys do anything together as a house?
LZ: Yes, everything.
MM: Play video games, watch TV, go to Brown Street, work.
LZ: Watch “24.”
MM: We hug each other as a group.
RG: The majority of my hugs with people are group hugs with you guys.
MM: We write funny emails.
RG: And we work together.
LZ: And we all love Noah Hoying.
FN: Explain all three TV’s in the living room.
MM: One doesn’t work.
RG: We call one Rihanna.
LZ: It will be convenient come March Madness.
MM: The middle TV is the best, except for things on ESPN.
SM: But it comes in fuzzy as hell.
FN: You have a lot of posters and signs hanging in the house, which is your favorite?
LZ: R. Kelly or the presidents.
SM: Agent Coulson.
SM: The American flag over my bed. My least favorite is the “Doctor Who” poster.
LZ: All the women in my bedroom and “Cool Runnings” is a phenomenal poster. They’re all good.
MM: I got a deal on the Spanish James Bond poster.
RG: Yes, he’s next to your David Beckham poster.
FN: What is one word to describe the dynamic of your house?
SM: How do I follow up “vicious?” Inappropriate.
MM: Smooth or funk.
FN: Anything else you want to add?
LZ: Ross is currently looking for women.
MM: Ross is an eligible bachelor.
RG: Can’t I just eat pizza in peace? I just want to eat pizza and watch Netflix like I’m supposed to.
SM: He’s on the prowl. Rawr. Lou is in the running for most eligible bachelorette in the Ghetto.
LZ: Ladies, get at me.
MM: Don’t put Twinkies on your pizza.