One man who lived several blocks away said he did not see the gate when he parked his RV there for weeks, and his excuse was that his driveway has a hill. The people down the street prefer to park by our house although their driveway and curb footage is all vacant. When it is time to get the drift boat out to go fishing - guess what will be in the way?
With only a dollar bill in his pocket, he went inside a drug store for change to pay the parking meter. While he was inside, the meter maid wrote him a parking ticket. Clearly upset, Mister Rogers sings What Do You Do With the Mad That You Feel.
Free on-street parking is silly. If you own a car, you should have to park it on your property or rent space for it somewhere.
Like you could almost see the truncated syllogism in their head, like 'I bought the car... how could there not be a place to park it? Surely it comes with a parking space.'
A 54-year-old man from Connecticut attempted to parallel park.
Instead, he somehow propelled his white Toyota on top of an unoccupied Ford hatchback.
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