PHOTOS: Be considerate when parking

Reader-submitted: “Can you please post this to make people aware to stop and think about other people when they park (and when they drive)? My car is in middle, and I’m waiting over a half hour already for this guy to come and release me.”

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10 COMMENTS

  1. A letter such as this is a subtle reprimand. But the type of person that would shut you in, and trap your car in this way, is insensitive and doesn’t respond to subtleties. Hence, this post is a waste of your time. Sorry.

  2. Once we are on the subject of parking, please park in the lines. When one person doesn’t park properly, it can mess up many cars who park afterwards. I don’t care how quick you will be, take the extra 10 seconds to reposition your car into the lines.

  3. It’s not that people don’t think; they just don’t think of anyone but themselves. They have failed to work on themselves to earn the status of Tzelem Elokim. All is noted in the Book of Life.

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