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2013-03-09 11:04:41 PM
Twice?!  That's like straight out of an 80's film.

I'm surprised that Andrew McCarthy or Steve Guttenberg had nothing to do with this.
 
2013-03-09 11:39:35 PM
The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.
 
2013-03-09 11:39:37 PM
I've watched that Parking Patrol show on A&E this does not surprise me.
 
2013-03-09 11:47:22 PM

Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Twice?!  That's like straight out of an 80's film.

I'm surprised that Andrew McCarthy or Steve Guttenberg had nothing to do with this.


I was thinking of Matrix and his dead tired friend.
 
2013-03-09 11:48:47 PM
i1.kym-cdn.com
 
2013-03-09 11:49:26 PM

Fano: I was thinking of Matrix and his dead tired friend.


*sigh*

They really don't make 'em like they used to, do they?
 
2013-03-09 11:51:06 PM

Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.


The tickets were issued very late at night, and the guy was slumped over.  They may not have seen anything when they looked in, or if they did, think the guy was sleeping it off.  OTOH, if they did look in and see a guy slumped over, maybe try waking him next time?
 
2013-03-09 11:52:05 PM
Both tickets issued around 2:30 a.m.  Tinted windows?
 
2013-03-09 11:55:06 PM

BarkingUnicorn: Both tickets issued around 2:30 a.m.  Tinted windows?


Its tricky. Tinted windows don't mean nothing. They know who's inside.
 
2013-03-09 11:56:21 PM
Meh!   Happened in Middletown, NY, in the municipal parking lot, across the road from the town hall/ police station. Guy overdosed in his car. At least two parking tickets, maybe three.
 
2013-03-09 11:58:15 PM
Well I hope they ticket the guy for driving with an expired body as well.
 
2013-03-10 12:03:01 AM
They gave tow tickets to a dead guy?

Sad,

Now they'll go after his family.
 
2013-03-10 12:03:33 AM

Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.


Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?
 
2013-03-10 12:06:36 AM
It wasn't an "officer" that left the tickets. Kalamazoo contracted a company that hands out tickets instead of police officers. The company is damn near criminal in how they have set up the parking system. They have confusing signs that only allow parking on one side of the street one day and the other side on another day but have the times offset from midnight. So if your car is parked on the "correct" side, by 2am it will be parked on the "incorrect" side and will get a ticket. Notice both tickets were issued shortly after 2am? That's their "prime ticket hour". They also have many streets completely lacking in any kind of parking signs and if you fight the ticket, they will pull out a laminated photo and say that the parking rules are posted at the city limits and that everyone is subject to those rules whether they've seen one of those signs on the city limits or not. It doesn't surprise me at all that they didn't notice the dead guy in the truck... all they care about is handing out as many tickets as they possibly can.

/grew up in Kalamazoo
 
2013-03-10 12:07:48 AM

Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?


It's cold up here in Michigan right now... not likely that the body would start to smell that much that you could smell it outside a closed vehicle.
 
2013-03-10 12:08:21 AM

Gyrfalcon: Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?


He was only dead for two days, the stench really isn't all that horrible at that point.
 
2013-03-10 12:17:50 AM
What do you expect from people who flunked out of Pizza College?
 
2013-03-10 12:23:11 AM

JohnnyC: It wasn't an "officer" that left the tickets. Kalamazoo contracted a company that hands out tickets instead of police officers. The company is damn near criminal in how they have set up the parking system. They have confusing signs that only allow parking on one side of the street one day and the other side on another day but have the times offset from midnight. So if your car is parked on the "correct" side, by 2am it will be parked on the "incorrect" side and will get a ticket. Notice both tickets were issued shortly after 2am? That's their "prime ticket hour". They also have many streets completely lacking in any kind of parking signs and if you fight the ticket, they will pull out a laminated photo and say that the parking rules are posted at the city limits and that everyone is subject to those rules whether they've seen one of those signs on the city limits or not. It doesn't surprise me at all that they didn't notice the dead guy in the truck... all they care about is handing out as many tickets as they possibly can.

/grew up in Kalamazoo


AYFKM?  And the people put up with this why?
 
2013-03-10 12:24:32 AM

JohnnyC: It wasn't an "officer" that left the tickets. Kalamazoo contracted a company that hands out tickets instead of police officers. The company is damn near criminal in how they have set up the parking system. They have confusing signs that only allow parking on one side of the street one day and the other side on another day but have the times offset from midnight. So if your car is parked on the "correct" side, by 2am it will be parked on the "incorrect" side and will get a ticket. Notice both tickets were issued shortly after 2am? That's their "prime ticket hour". They also have many streets completely lacking in any kind of parking signs and if you fight the ticket, they will pull out a laminated photo and say that the parking rules are posted at the city limits and that everyone is subject to those rules whether they've seen one of those signs on the city limits or not. It doesn't surprise me at all that they didn't notice the dead guy in the truck... all they care about is handing out as many tickets as they possibly can.

/grew up in Kalamazoo


That sounds like the city I lived in a couple years ago.  They did residential street sweeping at 7am.  Guaranteed to catch the largest number of people because that's when normal people are most likely to be home getting ready for work and getting the kids ready for school.  A city cop followed each sweeper writing tickets.  Also, the sweeper window ran from 7am to 11am and they'd ticket cars parked on the street even if the sweeper had already gone by hours earlier and the car was clearly parked over the sweeper's wet spot and couldn't have possibly blocked the sweeper.  If they weren't total scum, they'd do street sweeping from 9am to 1pm when the <i>fewest</i> cars would be parked on the street and they wouldn't ticket vehicles that had obviously parked after the sweeper had passed.  I don't miss that city at all.  Fark those putos.
 
2013-03-10 12:26:59 AM

Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?


It's Michigan.  It always stinks.
 
2013-03-10 12:29:04 AM

thesharkman: BarkingUnicorn: Both tickets issued around 2:30 a.m.  Tinted windows?

Its tricky. Tinted windows don't mean nothing. They know who's inside.


Yes, but even so, I think it's very vital to check, all the same.
 
2013-03-10 12:32:47 AM
Happens more often than you'd think.
 
2013-03-10 12:32:48 AM

Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?


You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.
 
2013-03-10 12:42:10 AM
When I lived in London, a street was closed for 4 days due to an IRA bombing. When the crime scene tape came down all the cars parked inside the tape line were immediately ticketed. Traffic wardens were actually on scene as the tape came down. All the tickets were eventually dismissed but only after the city council intervened.
 
2013-03-10 12:52:23 AM

The5thElement: When I lived in London, a street was closed for 4 days due to an IRA bombing. When the crime scene tape came down all the cars parked inside the tape line were immediately ticketed. Traffic wardens were actually on scene as the tape came down. All the tickets were eventually dismissed but only after the city council intervened.


This is why nobody likes traffic wardens.
 
2013-03-10 12:58:01 AM
Meanwhile, Walker was being remembered as a "gentle giant" who was quick to help others and was well known to those in the community where he had worked for more than 20 years.

I'm sure that's how he's remembered.  Almost everyone is remembered fondly in public.  Seriously - what do you expect his colleagues and the prosecutors to say? "Yeah, he was a total asshole who sat around on his ass and didn't do much.  You know, your average civil servant, do his years and collect the check.  There was no way he could perform even the most basic of his duties on patrol - he was too farking fat.  He wouldn't even retire after 30, because he wanted the money and he knew the union wold never let us fire him no matter how farking lazy he was.  Honestly, hate it that he bought it like this, but we're glad that particular piece of dead wood is gone."

Everyone's a saint when they die.
 
2013-03-10 01:02:29 AM
2:40 a.m. on Wednesday and the second at 2:23 a.m. on Thursday.


Where I live, it's dark outside at these times.  I would imagine it's the same elsewhere.
 
2013-03-10 01:25:06 AM

Duck_of_Doom: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

The tickets were issued very late at night, and the guy was slumped over.  They may not have seen anything when they looked in, or if they did, think the guy was sleeping it off.  OTOH, if they did look in and see a guy slumped over, maybe try waking him next time?


Lame Duck response.... If there is already a ticket attached to the car (via wiper), and a humanoid is slumped over in the passenger seat 24 hours later, there is no excuse.
 
2013-03-10 01:29:26 AM

Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.


Not my job Man!

What exactly is the job of traffic enforcement at 2:30am? Not see there is already a ticket attached to the windshield? Not look in the WINDOWS of a vehicle you are writing a ticket for?

I hope you aren't punching tickets of anything important in life.... apparently you will miss the opportunity to assist others in life.
 
2013-03-10 01:31:01 AM

Bucky Katt: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?

It's Michigan.  It always stinks.


Obviously you mistake the smell from your home as that of success.
 
2013-03-10 01:32:29 AM

doglover: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?

You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.


You and Bucky should date.

Pretty obvious you two have at least one thing in common.
 
2013-03-10 01:40:13 AM

CasperImproved: doglover: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?

You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.

You and Bucky should date.

Pretty obvious you two have at least one thing in common.


I'm hearing all this. I'm not buying any of it. Unless the body was frozen solid, after two days it would smell exactly like rotten meat. I can only assume that the ticket officer smelled the awful aroma and said "Meh, not my problem," and wrote the ticket and went about his business...which is exactly the problem.
 
2013-03-10 01:43:41 AM

CasperImproved: Duck_of_Doom: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

The tickets were issued very late at night, and the guy was slumped over.  They may not have seen anything when they looked in, or if they did, think the guy was sleeping it off.  OTOH, if they did look in and see a guy slumped over, maybe try waking him next time?

Lame Duck response.... If there is already a ticket attached to the car (via wiper), and a humanoid is slumped over in the passenger seat 24 hours later, there is no excuse.


It was dark and overcast, it was in the mid 20s, and winds were gusting to 28mph. Was snow covering the windows? I can think of a few reasons to issue the cite as quickly as possible and get back in the warm, dry patrol car.
 
2013-03-10 01:50:40 AM

Gyrfalcon: CasperImproved: doglover: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?

You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.

You and Bucky should date.

Pretty obvious you two have at least one thing in common.

I'm hearing all this. I'm not buying any of it. Unless the body was frozen solid, after two days it would smell exactly like rotten meat. I can only assume that the ticket officer smelled the awful aroma and said "Meh, not my problem," and wrote the ticket and went about his business...which is exactly the problem.


Believe it or not, not so much. It's cold in Michigan in the winter. He could be in there, eh, a week before it started to smell at ALL. You would be astonished and probably mortified to know how long a corpse will last in a fridge (not a freezer) in the morgue before it gets funky. Trust me.

/My job is awful. Just trust me on this.
 
2013-03-10 01:55:05 AM
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Roxie would like to have a few words with this meter maid.
 
2013-03-10 01:56:10 AM

HaveBeerWillTravel: Gyrfalcon: CasperImproved: doglover: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?

You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.

You and Bucky should date.

Pretty obvious you two have at least one thing in common.

I'm hearing all this. I'm not buying any of it. Unless the body was frozen solid, after two days it would smell exactly like rotten meat. I can only assume that the ticket officer smelled the awful aroma and said "Meh, not my problem," and wrote the ticket and went about his business...which is exactly the problem.

Believe it or not, not so much. It's cold in Michigan in the winter. He could be in there, eh, a week before it started to smell at ALL. You would be astonished and probably mortified to know how long a corpse will last in a fridge (not a freezer) in the morgue before it gets funky. Trust me.

/My job is awful. Just trust me on this.


"Job"
 
2013-03-10 03:33:13 AM
Is it time for a Michigan tag?
 
2013-03-10 03:47:54 AM

Notabunny: CasperImproved: Duck_of_Doom: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

The tickets were issued very late at night, and the guy was slumped over.  They may not have seen anything when they looked in, or if they did, think the guy was sleeping it off.  OTOH, if they did look in and see a guy slumped over, maybe try waking him next time?

Lame Duck response.... If there is already a ticket attached to the car (via wiper), and a humanoid is slumped over in the passenger seat 24 hours later, there is no excuse.

It was dark and overcast, it was in the mid 20s, and winds were gusting to 28mph. Was snow covering the windows? I can think of a few reasons to issue the cite as quickly as possible and get back in the warm, dry patrol car.


I'll not assume the first ticketer was in error. Maybe it was late night, no moon, and snow or frost on the windows. The second ticketer? No. No same excuse is not available.

And I am not even spanking on the ticketer. Just the lame ass attitude that is prevalent in it's issuance. He/she did not even notice the dead body. Did they even consider the reason why the vehicle was still there after the first ticket?
 
2013-03-10 04:07:17 AM

BarkingUnicorn: AYFKM?  And the people put up with this why?


Nope... not kidding you at all. Same company owns all the parking garages downtown from what I hear too. I don't know people put up with it... they probably feel powerless to change it or don't know how. I imagine the city government likes not having the responsibility and collecting their cut of the action...

CasperImproved: Did they even consider the reason why the vehicle was still there after the first ticket?


No... see my post above. The ticket giver was probably just happy to nail the car a second time. They really don't give a crap. They get paid to give tickets. They aren't there to help people.
 
2013-03-10 04:53:44 AM

CasperImproved: I'll not assume the first ticketer was in error. Maybe it was late night, no moon, and snow or frost on the windows. The second ticketer? No. No same excuse is not available.

And I am not even spanking on the ticketer. Just the lame ass attitude that is prevalent in it's issuance. He/she did not even notice the dead body. Did they even consider the reason why the vehicle was still there after the first ticket?


There are lots of reasons before "dead guy in car" even comes up.  Abandoned vehicle, stolen & abandoned vehicle, owner didn't use the car the next day so didn't go out and see ticket, person was away and didn't see ticket.  How was the ticketer supposed to know?  It's probably not the first time the ticketer encountered a vehicle with ONE ticket on it already.  Should a ticketer look inside every vehicle before/during ticketing?  Should a ticketer open an unlocked vehicle, just in case?  You're nitpicking for a freak thing after you already have some knowledge of the situation - something the ticketer(s) didn't have.

I give leniency to the ticketer because at 2:30 a.m. you can't see well.  Also you never know what someone will do if they see you peering into their car (no matter the hour). Someone upthread said the ticketers aren't police, so they don't have the same authority as police.  That means they probably don't have authority to even look in the car, unless they want to get sued.
 
2013-03-10 06:49:19 AM

HaveBeerWillTravel: Gyrfalcon: CasperImproved: doglover: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?

You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.

You and Bucky should date.

Pretty obvious you two have at least one thing in common.

I'm hearing all this. I'm not buying any of it. Unless the body was frozen solid, after two days it would smell exactly like rotten meat. I can only assume that the ticket officer smelled the awful aroma and said "Meh, not my problem," and wrote the ticket and went about his business...which is exactly the problem.

Believe it or not, not so much. It's cold in Michigan in the winter. He could be in there, eh, a week before it started to smell at ALL. You would be astonished and probably mortified to know how long a corpse will last in a fridge (not a freezer) in the morgue before it gets funky. Trust me.

/My job is awful. Just trust me on this.


I'll trust you that it's cold in Michigan and that you know about corpses in morgue fridges.
[shudder]
 
2013-03-10 06:51:04 AM

JohnnyC: BarkingUnicorn: AYFKM?  And the people put up with this why?

Nope... not kidding you at all. Same company owns all the parking garages downtown from what I hear too. I don't know people put up with it... they probably feel powerless to change it or don't know how. I imagine the city government likes not having the responsibility and collecting their cut of the action...

CasperImproved: Did they even consider the reason why the vehicle was still there after the first ticket?

No... see my post above. The ticket giver was probably just happy to nail the car a second time. They really don't give a crap. They get paid to give tickets. They aren't there to help people.


And judging from the experiences I've had with them... They don't.

/doesn't drive
//thank god
 
2013-03-10 07:22:57 AM
Two tickets to paradise!
 
2013-03-10 07:26:16 AM

ciberido: thesharkman: BarkingUnicorn: Both tickets issued around 2:30 a.m.  Tinted windows?

Its tricky. Tinted windows don't mean nothing. They know who's inside.

Yes, but even so, I think it's very vital, to check, all the sameto rock around that's right on time it's hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu  TRICKY!!!!!


FTFY
 
2013-03-10 07:28:52 AM
BUT DID THEY COLLECT THE FINE?  REVENUE!!
 
2013-03-10 07:45:07 AM
They are the equivalent of a wall mart greeter in a subcompact car that drives around the city ticketing parked cars. My guess would be that they make most of their money off students from K College or Western Michigan University that aren't familiar with the stupid street laws in Kalamazoo.
 
2013-03-10 07:48:18 AM

DrPainMD: What do you expect from people who flunked out of Pizza College?


3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-10 08:12:32 AM
 
2013-03-10 08:21:46 AM
There was a body in a car in a rather crowded and popular movie theaters parking lot for like a couple of weeks before anyone noticed it a few years ago.
 
2013-03-10 08:22:45 AM
I was in a car accident in Kalamazoo once.  It took 2 hours to get a cop come out to the interstate to write up the fender bender.
 
2013-03-10 08:28:52 AM

Duck_of_Doom: CasperImproved: I'll not assume the first ticketer was in error. Maybe it was late night, no moon, and snow or frost on the windows. The second ticketer? No. No same excuse is not available.

And I am not even spanking on the ticketer. Just the lame ass attitude that is prevalent in it's issuance. He/she did not even notice the dead body. Did they even consider the reason why the vehicle was still there after the first ticket?

There are lots of reasons before "dead guy in car" even comes up.  Abandoned vehicle, stolen & abandoned vehicle, owner didn't use the car the next day so didn't go out and see ticket, person was away and didn't see ticket.  How was the ticketer supposed to know?  It's probably not the first time the ticketer encountered a vehicle with ONE ticket on it already.  Should a ticketer look inside every vehicle before/during ticketing?  Should a ticketer open an unlocked vehicle, just in case?  You're nitpicking for a freak thing after you already have some knowledge of the situation - something the ticketer(s) didn't have.

I give leniency to the ticketer because at 2:30 a.m. you can't see well.  Also you never know what someone will do if they see you peering into their car (no matter the hour). Someone upthread said the ticketers aren't police, so they don't have the same authority as police.  That means they probably don't have authority to even look in the car, unless they want to get sued.


I will add to your statement something that the other MI resident folks have left out, MI stops all beer sales at 2am.  Finding someone passed out drunk that cannot be woken at 2:30 am is not uncommon anywhere in the state.  How would a ticketer not know that this guy wasn't 30 minutes ago at a bar?  I know that would be my thought, even if I did see the guy.
 
2013-03-10 08:38:21 AM

Elvis Presleys Death Throne: I was in a car accident in Kalamazoo once.  It took 2 hours to get a cop come out to the interstate to write up the fender bender.


I recall meeting a person that had their van severely damaged by a hit and run driver in a Flint grocery parking lot, they had already waited four hours for the cops when I came across the scene.  According to the employees when I saw them next, the lady waited another two hours before the cop showed up to make a report.  A pick up truck didn't bother backing straight up before cutting the wheel and damaging her van's left side fender and door so badly, I thought the accident happened on the road.  Definitely enough damage to get insurance and cops involved.  It looked more like a t-bone.
 
2013-03-10 11:07:56 AM
farm4.static.flickr.com

Sometimes it's hard distinguish a dead person from one who is asleep.
 
2013-03-10 11:16:46 AM
Meter maids heard to proclaim "Sorry sir, but your time has expired".
 
2013-03-10 11:52:23 AM
That sucks. The dude had young twin boys.
 
2013-03-10 01:31:13 PM

special20: Two tickets to paradise!


...And we have a winrar!
 
2013-03-10 02:45:57 PM
Ever fall asleep drunk at a drive-in movie only to wake up the next day in the middle of a flea market?

LTCG
 
2013-03-10 04:58:35 PM

kendelrio: ciberido: thesharkman: BarkingUnicorn: Both tickets issued around 2:30 a.m.  Tinted windows?

Its tricky. Tinted windows don't mean nothing. They know who's inside.

Yes, but even so, I think it's very vital, to check, all the same to rock around that's right on time it's hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu-hu  TRICKY!!!!!

FTFY


Well done.  I was trying to be subtle :)
 
2013-03-10 07:13:28 PM

Gyrfalcon: HaveBeerWillTravel: Gyrfalcon: CasperImproved: doglover: Gyrfalcon: Bucky Katt: The dude's job isn't to inspect the contents of cars.

Yeah, but the smell?!??! How can you not notice that? Or do people smell that odor of decomp and really not care about the stench?

You ever lived in a city? Mysterious rotting meat smells come and go. It's when they linger shiat gets weird.

You and Bucky should date.

Pretty obvious you two have at least one thing in common.

I'm hearing all this. I'm not buying any of it. Unless the body was frozen solid, after two days it would smell exactly like rotten meat. I can only assume that the ticket officer smelled the awful aroma and said "Meh, not my problem," and wrote the ticket and went about his business...which is exactly the problem.

Believe it or not, not so much. It's cold in Michigan in the winter. He could be in there, eh, a week before it started to smell at ALL. You would be astonished and probably mortified to know how long a corpse will last in a fridge (not a freezer) in the morgue before it gets funky. Trust me.

/My job is awful. Just trust me on this.

I'll trust you that it's cold in Michigan and that you know about corpses in morgue fridges.
[shudder]


I am now Farkied as "guy who knows too much about corpses." Sigh.

(Part of my job is investigations for "unclaimed indigent decedents." A lot of them go unclaimed for... awhile.)
 
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