In retrospect, I think it was actually harmful for me to get my sister into PC gaming, and she got really into it whereas I just kind of gave up on that entirely to focus on more important things. It enabled her to have a more lethargic lifestyle. Smoking weed and drinking and playing video games while only working dead-end jobs minimally. One time, she even spilled booze on the front of her computer and the front panel's USB ports stopped working. It's a miracle she didn't destroy the whole PC though.
My sister did live with this group for a while, but she was no longer in charge. But then she started dating someone and let him stay in her room. I'm not entirely sure how they met, but it might have been online, possibly through gaming, considering that he lived quite a distance away, so it's not like they met in high school or at a local bar or something. One of the other roommates, an older guy in his late 30s or maybe 40s, got upset, because I don't think my sister's boyfriend was paying rent. They had some sort of altercations. This older dude was quite a character. I'm not sure how he got into this group, considering the age difference. You'd think someone that old would have their shit together by then and wouldn't need to share rent with tons of people, but oh well. My sister said he did a lot of acid, and that he was kind of crazy. He also did a lot of weird psychedelic paintings.
My sister gave a very one-sided explanation of the story, but apparently they were sending each other passive-aggressive post-it notes, instead of acting like adults and resolving the conflict in a mature way. She said he felt threatened by her, and he also didn't like her guests who were coming over frequently and staying the night or living there without paying rent. So the entire group decided to kick my sister out. I think she might have actually been at fault, but she acted like the other guy was at fault and then everyone took his side based on false information or something. She felt singled out and that she was kicked out unfairly. But after moving out, she and that group got on better terms again.
I got invited to occasional gatherings there, and I eventually met this guy who moved in at some point. He was another older guy, maybe early 40s, who needed carpooling because he lost his license due to a DUI or something. HPost too long. Click here to view the full text.