Sunday, December 27, 2009

Where not to park

From Bad Driving and Parking

This offense is so grievous that I felt I must include it yet again. In front of the doors, in a fire lane and a pedestrian crosswalk; obstructing the flow of traffic. There is no excuse for this. If you need help loading something, you get an employee with a flatbed cart. If you need to pick someone up, make certain that you are out of the way. Wal-Mart even provides mobility devices if you are handicapped, and I am sure that an employee would be happy to bring it back from your vehicle. This is not only a terrible inconvenience and blatant disregard for common courtesy, but it is also a violation of several state and local laws, not to mention federal fire and emergency codes pertaining to buildings. I mean, seriously, how hard is it to walk a whole 200 frakkin' feet just to load up your groceries from a mother-loving cart? As Dennis Leary wrote, 'A**HOLE' (this is a family-friendly blog after all, isn't it?)

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