Holy cow you are ridiculous. Let me tell you why.
1. The house is not "in the hood". It's in Irving. There is high demand for houses, and the rents are very high. I've never seen a sign that said "Neighborhood under development" but if there is one, I'm sure it's referring to the construction that's taking place to the streets and water lines in the area. If you want to see "the hood" stay in South Dallas in a $40,000 house instead, not Irving in a $200,000 house.
2. Your ridiculous diatribe about the parking and the "drunk guy". There are 2 parking spots in the driveway, and 2 in front of the house. I'm sorry if you can't count to 4. I don't know what guy you're talking about. We didn't need a 20 minute explanation about 1 guy who may have been staying there for 1 night. This is a place to review the home, not give the life story of everyone you met there. As you mentioned, I respond to my guests' concerns immediately. Had you notified me of any problem with parking or an inconsiderate guest, I would have been happy to address the issue and get everything worked out right away. But you didn't mention anything about it to me or give me a chance to correct anything.
3. Sorry that you didn't like the bed. They are all memory foam mattresses, and I actually get lots of compliments about them being super comfortable. I would have tried to come up with a solution for you if I had known you didn't like it, but again, you mentioned nothing about it.
4. "Alex mentions he doesn't live in the house but when I messaged him, a phone in bed #8 kept going off."
What does that even mean? Correct, I don't live in the house. How does me living there or not have anything to do with what guy in bed #8 does with his phone?
5. Yes sometimes trash smells, that's how trash works. When it's full it gets taken out. I would recommend not sticking your head in the trash can. As for the refrigerator, it's a multicultural house with guests from all over the world and we may not always like the smell of unfamiliar foods. Good thing nobody forced you to eat any of them.
6. I'm sorry you weren't satisfied with your blanket. They are soft fleece and I find them super comfortable. I would have happily provided you with extra ones if you had asked, but again, you didn't.
7. I don't keep the towels in the bathroom, they are in the hall closet. I would have happily directed you to them had you asked.
8. Paper towels tend to run out quickly with many people in the house, so had you asked, I would have told you where to find the new rolls. I don't live there and I don't have a spider sense that tells me when the roll runs out.
9. I'm not sure where you were going with your next complaint because you had so many that you ran out of space to complain.
To sum it up, all of the "problems" you had could have been easily handled by me in a few moments had you decided to get in touch with me, but you chose not to say anything, and instead cut your reservation short with an untruthful excuse and be childish and leave a scathing review. Apparently you thought that by paying $20 for a bed in a shared room, you were going to have the whole 4 bedroom house to yourself, with 0 risk of encountering any personalities not compatible with yours (which I think are almost all of them). Next time you need to get a $100 hotel room, instead of pinching pennies and trying to ruin the reputation of a place everyone else seems to love. You are the worst part of Airbnb and I hope you never make another reservation through this page.