Suzanne,This is extremely disappointing. Lara and I went above-and-beyond to be completely honest, and make sure you knew what kind of people we are, and the way we operate in day-to-day life which has been reflected in not one, not two, but three face to face meetings with you, along with three lengthy and more than favourable written references.Information about the music I create with my friends was not something I was required to share with you, but I did, in order to establish honesty and communication which are essential in the type of arrangement we were about to enter in to. I never expected to be so poorly misjudged.You certainly did not strike me as the type of person who would make this type of decision based on a person’s artistic outlet. It is completely closed-minded and discriminatory of you to pass judgement on us in this way, not to mention an outright violation of the human rights code (regulation 290/98 stating that no other inquiries can be made beyond rental history, credit checks, or income information). My music would have absolutely no effect on you if we were to reside there, nor does it reflect Lara and I as people.You have revoked interest in us as tenants only upon using the internet to find information about the music I am part of creating. I play bass guitar in a group. The lyrics are not written by me, but by my friend Chris who is a very talented writer, poet and editor for a national publication, who tells stories and expresses ideas through his words, to which we provide musical accompaniment. Many people have ‘dark’ expressive outlets including dance, visual art, literature, performance art etc. that would not be as easy to gain access to information about online.Artistic endeavours are personal, and are outlets to channel energies of all kinds, and transform them into something that is constructive and ultimately have nothing to do with a person’s social associations, actions or conduct in their place of residence.You have wasted the time and energy of a number of close and important people in our lives including friends, family, co-workers and employers. You have also created a problem for Lara and I in which we have a very limited amount of time to find new residence because of the extended and intrusive nature of this process. We were willing to be open and honest with you because you presented yourself as an approachable and realistic person and we are disappointed to have found that is not the case.