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I second BanjoHitter's post, especially the part about "crimes of opportunity." My neighbor in my freshman year was lazy to a near-unbelievable extent. He lived literally right next door to the lounge, but he was so lazy that he couldn't pick up his wallet and take it from the lounge to his room. I'm serious: he preferred to leave his wallet in the lounge rather than take it with him to his room because it require additional effort. Needless to say, it didn't take long before someone decided to make his wallet a bit lighter.