Don’t you hate when you see a car parked half a car-length from the vehicle ahead and half a length from the vehicle behind — just perfectly positioned to deny you the spot you are due by birthright?
Well, someone hated that so much that they’re giving out prizes! They apparently printed out an “prize” in two colors (and you know how quickly HP makes that red ink run out so you have to buy another one for $30) and then wrote extra remarks on top of it, placing it on the windshield of a car on 103rd and Riverside. It’s a nice judge-y moment just in time for the holidays.
As our tipster points out, unless our moral policeman actually witnessed the car being parked, he or she has no idea why the car is in that position — the other cars may have moved and caused the resulting awkward parking job. “Someone is leaving notes on cars on Riverside Drive WITHOUT knowing details of parking near intersections or near other cars. It is not their responsibility to police parking.”
For those of you who love passive-aggression, here’s another very fine example.