What do you do when you lock yourself out of your apartment at three o'clock in the morning? If you're lucky enough to have two separate sets of keys, one of which are to your office, well... you obviously head back to the warmth and emptiness (see also: spookiness) of the radio station.

Although, not ideal for overnight stays, I was lucky enough to have left a comfy pair of $1 Wal-Mart house slippers, a universal cell phone charger, a tooth brush and toothpaste, lotion and few other essential toiletries here in the office for emergencies. Thank you foresight!

I did spend a good 30 minutes trying to get into my apartment using "means-learned-as-a-Flint-Michigan-wayward-youth", but the fruits of my labor were unsuccessful in granting me entrance into my humble abode. That is a double-edge sword. It's good news because if I couldn't break in, that means a real criminal will have at least some level of difficulty gaining access to my belongings. It's bad news because I couldn't get into my apartment at 3:00 a.m.

I can't complain though. I wasn't outside freezing and I didn't have to pay $75 for a locksmith. I will be making a few spare keys to leave with family members and friends, so this will be an isolated incident.

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*UPDATE* DJ Nyke has since recovered his lost keys that were left in a friends vehicle... not in his apartment, as originally thought.