Your review is untrue and mean-spirited. No, I do not give a key to people who stay here a few days or a couple of weeks. However, the door is always left open. I cannot have guests carry the key to my home away with them which does often happen keys are given out to short-term guests. However, reading through my reviews of all rooms listed on Airbnb, it is evident that this is not a problem with anyone else. Furthermore, my attentiveness to guest needs and communication is also frequently mentioned. You arrived very late on your first night and I graciously waited for you as I did every night. Once or twice, you did not come back and did not bother to communicate that you would not. So, I merely text messaged you on one of your last evenings to ask if you would be returning that evening. You had previously mentioned leaving earlier than the end of your booking; so, I did not even know if you were coming back. You stated that you would not be arriving home that night, either. Therefore, I locked the door and fell asleep well after 9pm. I was woken up by my dogs barking after 11pm because you were at the door. I was hardly 'unresponsive.' Perhaps, it took a few minutes to come to the door while I grabbed a robe. I was raised to be kind and I only stated good things about you. But, you did not clean any of the dishes that you used. I allowed you to smoke outside but you did not dispose of the cigarette butts, appropriately. You asked me for rides which I often provide to guests when I am headed out but your hours were erratic and late. You asked to use my laundry which I graciously allowed but you could not follow through with washing your own clothes but, rather, left them for me to tend to. Furthermore, you received a super discount on the lodging price and, yet, you still complained, untruthfully. Good luck to you and I suggest that you can learn from this experience. You were staying in someone's home. You could not have stayed at Motel 6 for the price that you paid to stay with me. Happy holidays.