I will not go into personal valuations as Lee has done. I reserve my opinion about someone who behaves like that, but I will relate what happened.
As soon as I got home, Lee asked me where the router was. I've been lodging guests in my rooms for almost nine years, and they've never asked me that. The router has been located on my desk, which is for my own use.
I already warned Lee, that apart from this detail, I could not get to work there, since just behind my chair, was the wall of the room of another person who at that time was staying at home as well. Never, in all These years, someone complained that the signal did not go well to your room, in fact they have hosted people from all over the world and have held conversations through the PC camera without any problem. She seems to have had them , and I insinuated that he could sit on the couch (very close to the router), but please, I would have to talk almost whispering, since my other guest was sleeping next door. THE PROBLEM OF COVERAGE IS FOR YOUR PC.
Lee, ignoring my warning, the morning after arriving home, was at 7 a.m. sitting at my desk talking through the pc with his students, using good voice power, and even some laughter. and / or laughter, using my headphones for this, without having previously asked for my permission. We did not listen to her students, but to her at all times.
He woke us up to the two people that were at that moment in my house, the other guest, and I. I got up, I called his attention, but before my stupor, instead of correcting his behavior, he ignored and continued with his conversations Through this Internet, I had to give my daughter's room (also private area) to my other guest, since she had also gotten up when she heard it, so that, being more withdrawn from Lee, she could return to fall sleep.
Lee did not hesitate to get into the room of the other guest, remove the cell phone from this girl, who had it loaded, and replace it with his PC. I called her attention again, but she did not react. She was only paying attention to her students, who were on the other side of the screen. I waited patiently during the FOUR HOURS AND A HALF that was talking without stopping (without worrying about the discomfort that was causing my other guest, and me). Once finished talking, I asked if the next day, Sunday, I also had to work At that time of the morning. When her answer was affirmative, I could not help but invite her to leave my house. Never in so many years lodging people, I had felt such an invasion of my personal space.