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(Edmonton Journal)   New app would allow you to snitch on illegal parkers, and get rewarded with a cut of the fine. It will also become commonplace to beat people to a pulp if they're caught using said app   (edmontonjournal.com) divider line 199
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2013-06-12 07:43:41 PM
GreenAdder: clintster: [www.killsometime.com image 450x600]
 I'm okay with this.

Yes. Chalk is often a good thing to keep at the ready, apparently.
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True story: I was in the garage at a Boscov's years ago, saw a car parked like that, and left a note that said "NICE PARK JOB, ASSHOLE" on the windshield.

A few years later, I'm on a date, we see somebody parked like that, and she starts telling me a story about how a few years back, she had parked lazily at Boscov's and somebody left a note on her windshield that said "NICE PARK JOB, ASSHOLE".
 
2013-06-12 07:46:38 PM

Fonaibung: Oh yeah, and am I the only one that has keyed cars for parking like assholes, or for cutting me off on the freeway?


Yeah, you sure showed that guy's insurance company.
 
2013-06-12 07:48:28 PM
This will not end well, sooner or later some hot head is going to catch someone using this app to report them and its going to get ugly fast.

Also i can see false reports happening.
 
2013-06-12 07:48:50 PM
I am glad that I live in an area that doesn't have a huge parking issue.  I don't even know if there are parking meters in my city.  What I do dislike is, the apartment I live in, in the morning there is an asshat who parks in the parking lot, not in a space, but in the drive section, often blocking other cars.  Sometimes this person sits in his car and just honks his horn,or parks behind parked cars, leaves his door open and car running.  Fark anyone he's blocking.  I told him block me one more time and I'll put your car in drive and let you explain to your insurance company what happened.
 
2013-06-12 07:52:26 PM
Sometimes you just have to park badly and abandon your vehicle.

simpsonswiki.net

You know...like when you've had a lot of crab juice?
 
2013-06-12 07:52:39 PM

Great Janitor: I am glad that I live in an area that doesn't have a huge parking issue.  I don't even know if there are parking meters in my city.  What I do dislike is, the apartment I live in, in the morning there is an asshat who parks in the parking lot, not in a space, but in the drive section, often blocking other cars.  Sometimes this person sits in his car and just honks his horn,or parks behind parked cars, leaves his door open and car running.  Fark anyone he's blocking.  I told him block me one more time and I'll put your car in drive and let you explain to your insurance company what happened.


He's picking up a carpooler.  I had one of those in my neighborhood once - townhouse cul-de-sac.  He'd lay on the horn at 6 am 10 times, when the guy he's honking at couldn't be any farther than 35 feet away.  I stopped being annoyed when I got new triple-pane windows installed.
 
2013-06-12 07:55:25 PM

thisisarepeat: people that double park suck, I do not like them.  But people that call cops with any message other than "HELP!", truly deserve physical violence, and/or vicious vandalism.


Why? Their entire reason for existence is to enforce the law.
 
2013-06-12 07:55:30 PM

GreenAdder: Mitch Taylor's Bro: No, it's a douchebag thing. If you do something wrong and someone "snitches," the right thing to do is accept your punishment like an adult and don't do it again.

But if someone only takes up one parking space, someone might dent the door on his 1998 Accord. Even worse, that person might have to walk an extra five feet to get into the store.


I've never understood people who take two spaces.  If I had a car that I didn't want vandalized, that is the last thing I would do.
 
2013-06-12 07:59:19 PM
I'd like to see a law for people who double park in handicap spots without a handicap license. The law would allow a tow truck driver to push the car over with a snowplow
 
2013-06-12 08:01:52 PM

FrancoFile: Great Janitor: I am glad that I live in an area that doesn't have a huge parking issue.  I don't even know if there are parking meters in my city.  What I do dislike is, the apartment I live in, in the morning there is an asshat who parks in the parking lot, not in a space, but in the drive section, often blocking other cars.  Sometimes this person sits in his car and just honks his horn,or parks behind parked cars, leaves his door open and car running.  Fark anyone he's blocking.  I told him block me one more time and I'll put your car in drive and let you explain to your insurance company what happened.

He's picking up a carpooler.  I had one of those in my neighborhood once - townhouse cul-de-sac.  He'd lay on the horn at 6 am 10 times, when the guy he's honking at couldn't be any farther than 35 feet away.  I stopped being annoyed when I got new triple-pane windows installed.


It's not the honking, it's going to work and being blocked in by his empty car, door open, engine running with him no where in sight that bothers me.  I know felons who would like an easy to steal car.
 
2013-06-12 08:03:02 PM

vbob: [www.theblindcard.com image 400x400]

Don't even THINK of using your lame-ass, fake handicap sticker around here.


www.boiseweekly.com

This is how you know it's legit.
 
2013-06-12 08:04:45 PM
i40.tinypic.comSpotsquad app banned after police find that people taking pictures of their vehicles violated their privacy
 
2013-06-12 08:04:53 PM

blahpers: thisisarepeat: people that double park suck, I do not like them.  But people that call cops with any message other than "HELP!", truly deserve physical violence, and/or vicious vandalism.

Why? Their entire reason for existence is to enforce the law.


ts1.mm.bing.net
 
2013-06-12 08:05:05 PM

Gulper Eel: Pocket Ninja: I'm ambivalent on this for parking, but if they invented something similar to turn in the rat bastards who violate HOV lanes, I'd be all over it.

Drunks. I would snitch on drunks in a hot minute. At the insanely early hours I drive to work, I could cover my entire car insurance payment with a year's worth of turning in the wasted-ass weaving-all-over-the-road shiatheels who are out on the road at the same time I am.


I have the California Highway Patrol on speedial #7.
In the past four years (when I started doing this) I have:

1. called in a 16 wheeler with a rear wheel FALLING OFF
2. several drunks (or sleepy drivers). Probably saved a few from accidents as I would also honk at them and flash lights at them if I think they are falling asleep. I know I'd want the same done for me.
3. a kid hit and run by a car
4. a really nasty accident where a sedan *almost* cut in front of a big-rig and caught the right fender of the big rig right where the driver is. called it in, didn't bother to look in the cab as I knew what I'd find there
5. myself after i got hit and run on an on-ramp.
 
2013-06-12 08:06:31 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: I have considered buying a GoPro and mounting it somewhere on my car so I could document some of the BS I see on my relatively short commute. Maybe one on the back, too, for tailgaters. I could produce some kind of "Tosh.0" but focused solely on bad drivers.


Just for you...as low as 20 bucks: dash cameras.
 
2013-06-12 08:07:18 PM
This one amuses me -- gets the point across without needless damage.

www.lolwow.com
 
2013-06-12 08:08:52 PM

scottydoesntknow: I've wanted to get one of those small scrolling marquees you see at Office Depot for my back window. Put some pre-programmed lines in there like "Get off my ass dickhead" or "Left lane for passing only moron!" (and of course "thank you" when they're nice). That way I could voice my full opinion, more than just a finger can convey.


Those were offered 20 years ago, for about $100.  Didn't sell well.
 
2013-06-12 08:09:41 PM

sendtodave: blahpers: thisisarepeat: people that double park suck, I do not like them.  But people that call cops with any message other than "HELP!", truly deserve physical violence, and/or vicious vandalism.

Why? Their entire reason for existence is to enforce the law.

[ts1.mm.bing.net image 280x176]


Oh, right, I forgot. Carry on, doglover.
 
2013-06-12 08:11:00 PM
What's wrong with peeing on the car like a normal person?
 
2013-06-12 08:12:08 PM

Fonaibung: It seems to me the only people who might have a problem with it are those who drive and/or park rudely.


You forgot 'people who dislike chickenshiat little pissants who have deluded themselves into thinking that anonymous property damage = justice'. Those people would also have a problem with it.

/I'd have a problem with it if I thought for a second you actually had the balls to do it, instead of just claiming to do so on Fark.
 
2013-06-12 08:15:10 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: I have considered buying a GoPro and mounting it somewhere on my car so I could document some of the BS I see on my relatively short commute. Maybe one on the back, too, for tailgaters. I could produce some kind of "Tosh.0" but focused solely on bad drivers.


I don't go anywhere on my motorcycle without my gopro running. I've considered putting together some clips of people trying to kill me, but I'm just not that ambitious. I save any video where stupid shiat happened, but I've yet to actually do anything else with it.
 
2013-06-12 08:18:44 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: Oh yeah, and am I the only one that has keyed cars for parking like assholes, or for cutting me off on the freeway?

Sorry to be the one to inform you of this, but keying a car makes you a bigger asshole than anyone else.

Why? It's not like I'm keying someone that doesn't deserve it. It's targeted justice.

Property damage. Keying a car is about as low as you can possibly get.

More specifically, it's a disproportionate response. The accepted penalty for Illegal parking is a parking ticket, not new paint job on part of your car. The reason more people park like shiat isn't because the penalty isn't bad enough. It's because it's rarely enforced, so they stand a good chance of not being penalized at all.


Actually, the fine for parking in a disabled space is often more than the cost of a paint job.   Cities really jack that fine up because everybody agrees such assholes deserve it.

That said, depriving someone of due process by keying his car is worse than depriving him of a parking privilege.
 
2013-06-12 08:20:44 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: MisterTweak: jehovahs witness protection: ManateeGag: around here, I'd make a fortune ratting out people using handicapped parking spaces without proper tags.

I would be happy to get some of the fine. $500 bucks here.
Beats blocking them in while I unload my wheelchair and making them wait until I'm done shopping.

You made me remember something from like 30-ish years ago - I worked in a retail store, and there was this one twit who loved to park his car sideways across two handicap spots while he went shopping. Young, healthy guy who made a point of showing off his muscles. Totally ignored the signs warning of a large fine (I think it was like $250 + community service or something).

One day a guy pulled in behind him with a special van for a person in a wheelchair, obviously someone with complex issues - took them like 15 minutes to get the chair out, help the person into it, do various.. stuff... but in any case, aforementioned d-bag started panicking after about 5 minutes because a parking scooter was visible in the distance, slooooooowly working it's way closer. He was pleading with the people in the van to pleeeaase allow him to move, but with a lot of bemused people around including some that obviously knew him, he was doing it politery and totally ineffectively.

Anyhow, eventually the parking lady arrived, and spent no less than 10 minutes lecturing the d-bag, while a cop arrived who obviously determined that there was some other issue (I'm guessing outstanding parking tickets), meaning d-bag's car was getting towed. Sadly this was before cellphone cams (probably too early for even the big camcorders) or the sight of Mr. Roid Rage in tears as his sweet ride was dragged over the huge speed bumps would have been epic youtube stuff.

Polaroids or it didn't happen.


dl.dropboxusercontent.com
 
2013-06-12 08:21:14 PM
It's a trap!

If you take pictures, you're a terrorist. Everyone knows that.
 
2013-06-12 08:22:38 PM

Great Janitor: FrancoFile: Great Janitor: I am glad that I live in an area that doesn't have a huge parking issue.  I don't even know if there are parking meters in my city.  What I do dislike is, the apartment I live in, in the morning there is an asshat who parks in the parking lot, not in a space, but in the drive section, often blocking other cars.  Sometimes this person sits in his car and just honks his horn,or parks behind parked cars, leaves his door open and car running.  Fark anyone he's blocking.  I told him block me one more time and I'll put your car in drive and let you explain to your insurance company what happened.

He's picking up a carpooler.  I had one of those in my neighborhood once - townhouse cul-de-sac.  He'd lay on the horn at 6 am 10 times, when the guy he's honking at couldn't be any farther than 35 feet away.  I stopped being annoyed when I got new triple-pane windows installed.

It's not the honking, it's going to work and being blocked in by his empty car, door open, engine running with him no where in sight that bothers me.  I know felons who would like an easy to steal car.


Take the key and throw it in the bushes.
 
2013-06-12 08:23:04 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: Fonaibung: It seems to me the only people who might have a problem with it are those who drive and/or park rudely.

You forgot 'people who dislike chickenshiat little pissants who have deluded themselves into thinking that anonymous property damage = justice'. Those people would also have a problem with it.

/I'd have a problem with it if I thought for a second you actually had the balls to do it, instead of just claiming to do so on Fark.


I'd hate to let someone borrow my car only for it to be brought back with scratched or paint damage because some passive aggressive decided to teach someone a lesson by committing the crime of vandalism.
 
2013-06-12 08:26:13 PM

Fonaibung: Uncle_Sam's_Titties: Fonaibung: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: I don't feel at all bad for keying someone's car if they deserve it. If I were causing wanton property damage, then yes.

So you lower yourself to their level? Call a tow truck and have them yank it away. Maybe you'll get a cherry on top if they happen to damage it when it's being hooked up. Then they're on the hook for towing costs and damage.

I don't think it's "lowering myself" to their level at all. In my experience, that's mostly a rhetorical instrument. I don't even agree with the premise.

The world would be better with a little more street justice.

So long as, you know, there's no direct confrontation between you and the perpetrator. *cough*

Oh, definitely not. I'm chickenshiat all the way. I just refuse to feel badly about it in this instance -- a guy gets what he deserves at no cost to myself. It seems to me the only people who might have a problem with it are those who drive and/or park rudely.


Well, this is actually a disproportionate response. You are willing to damage someone's vehicle because of your perception of their infraction. Read, if you will:

We'll deal with the physical items first: Your keying of their car causes a disproportional amount of damage to their vehicle/pocketbook versus what the ticket would cause. This is vigilantism. If you want the fines increased, petition your local council or whatever. Don't be a dick.

The emotional/mental items: You, in the act of surreptitiously mangling the perpetrator's vehicle, get an adrenaline rush that you most certainly enjoy. This is not only pathetic, it's addictive. Don't be a dick. And think about it: you will get a way bigger adrenaline rush if you actually confront the perpetrator face to face. If you get your ass kicked a few times, so be it. It's what you deserve, you sneaky POS. Eventually you'll be able to hold your own, and at that point you'll see the merit in withholding indirect feedback(damage of property) in favor of direct feedback(talk/conflict).

for the record: i park like a boss every single time. even during winter parking rules i park at the back of the lot and walk. my car isn't even nice. i despise people that drive around parking lots looking for a close spot.
 
2013-06-12 08:28:23 PM
i just realized i said disproportionate a stupid amount of times

what can i say, i'm drunk on wild turkey
 
2013-06-12 08:31:30 PM
parked next to one of these assholes at lunch today. fortunately I was on the motorcycle and could fit in the space this old coont left me.

If you can't be bothered to park between the lines, then you've indicated you have no intention of abiding by the social contract and consequently deserve whatever retribution is hurled in your direction... tickets, towing, scratched paint, shattered glass, etc.
 
2013-06-12 08:33:05 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: doglover: scottydoesntknow: So I'm guessing subby follows the "snitches get stitches" street motto.

Everybody follows it, even if they say they don't. It's a hardwired thing.

No, it's a douchebag thing. If you do something wrong and someone "snitches," the right thing to do is accept your punishment like an adult and don't do it again. If you're an entitled douchebag, yes, you get mad at the person who reported you because you obviously operate under the misguided assumption that "everything is legal if you don't get caught."


Grown ups dont tattle tale
 
2013-06-12 08:39:30 PM

Fonaibung: Uncle_Sam's_Titties: Fonaibung: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: I don't feel at all bad for keying someone's car if they deserve it. If I were causing wanton property damage, then yes.

So you lower yourself to their level? Call a tow truck and have them yank it away. Maybe you'll get a cherry on top if they happen to damage it when it's being hooked up. Then they're on the hook for towing costs and damage.

I don't think it's "lowering myself" to their level at all. In my experience, that's mostly a rhetorical instrument. I don't even agree with the premise.

The world would be better with a little more street justice.

So long as, you know, there's no direct confrontation between you and the perpetrator. *cough*

Oh, definitely not. I'm chickenshiat all the way. I just refuse to feel badly about it in this instance -- a guy gets what he deserves at no cost to myself. It seems to me the only people who might have a problem with it are those who drive and/or park rudely.


You're wrong. I'd happily use the app to report douchy parkers. I'd also happily stand by and watch them kick the living shiat out of you if they caught you keying their car.
 
2013-06-12 08:39:58 PM
In San Francisco, you are pretty much given a free park anywhere pass if you have a handicap plate.  You can even park in a red zone.  A few years ago it was discovered that the wife of the parking commissioner had a handicap placard despite being perfectly healthy.  Guess which office supplies those parking placards in San Francisco.
 
2013-06-12 08:40:17 PM
Why you don't park in front of fire hydrants:
www.escalonfire.com
www.bannedinhollywood.com
cl.jroo.mewww.firenuggets.comwordlesstech.com
/I'd imagine firefighters must get some satisfaction when they get to do this
 
2013-06-12 08:41:04 PM
 
2013-06-12 08:41:15 PM

BarkingUnicorn: Great Janitor: FrancoFile: Great Janitor: I am glad that I live in an area that doesn't have a huge parking issue.  I don't even know if there are parking meters in my city.  What I do dislike is, the apartment I live in, in the morning there is an asshat who parks in the parking lot, not in a space, but in the drive section, often blocking other cars.  Sometimes this person sits in his car and just honks his horn,or parks behind parked cars, leaves his door open and car running.  Fark anyone he's blocking.  I told him block me one more time and I'll put your car in drive and let you explain to your insurance company what happened.

He's picking up a carpooler.  I had one of those in my neighborhood once - townhouse cul-de-sac.  He'd lay on the horn at 6 am 10 times, when the guy he's honking at couldn't be any farther than 35 feet away.  I stopped being annoyed when I got new triple-pane windows installed.

It's not the honking, it's going to work and being blocked in by his empty car, door open, engine running with him no where in sight that bothers me.  I know felons who would like an easy to steal car.

Take the key and throw it in the bushes.


That wouldn't unblock my car, but, I like it.  Also it occurs to me, if his keys are in the ignition, and the car has power locks, it might be possible to press the lock button and close the door.  I say might because my car, if you press the lock button with the key in the ignition and all the doors will instantly unlock.
 
2013-06-12 08:43:14 PM
Snitches get stitches and end up in ditches.
 
2013-06-12 08:46:25 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: Mitch Taylor's Bro: I have considered buying a GoPro and mounting it somewhere on my car so I could document some of the BS I see on my relatively short commute. Maybe one on the back, too, for tailgaters. I could produce some kind of "Tosh.0" but focused solely on bad drivers.

I don't go anywhere on my motorcycle without my gopro running. I've considered putting together some clips of people trying to kill me, but I'm just not that ambitious. I save any video where stupid shiat happened, but I've yet to actually do anything else with it.


When I rode, I was too concerned with avoiding and evading assholes to even think about recording the assholery. You should post it to YT like the stunnahs.
 
2013-06-12 08:47:04 PM

Fano: Noticeably F.A.T.: Fonaibung: It seems to me the only people who might have a problem with it are those who drive and/or park rudely.

You forgot 'people who dislike chickenshiat little pissants who have deluded themselves into thinking that anonymous property damage = justice'. Those people would also have a problem with it.

/I'd have a problem with it if I thought for a second you actually had the balls to do it, instead of just claiming to do so on Fark.

I'd hate to let someone borrow my car only for it to be brought back with scratched or paint damage because some passive aggressive decided to teach someone a lesson by committing the crime of vandalism.


Hell, you can't even say it teaches them a lesson. There's not a person in the world who, on finding their car keyed, says to themselves "Wow, I park like a douche. I really learned my lesson, and won't do that again." No, they say to themselves "Wow, I'd really like to kick the ass of whatever punk POS did this to my car."

You also really can't call it justice. This little chickenshiat isn't himself being harmed by the infraction, so he's not getting justice for himself. I'm sure he thinks he's getting justice for society, but the problem with that theory is that society has decided to put that responsibility into the hands of an appointed justice system, not random douche on the street. To get justice by society's standards you'd turn the criminal over to that justice system. Appointing yourself judge, jury and executioner on others' behalf isn't justice at all.

No, what we have here is someone who wants to justify in their own mind their own criminal tendencies. They're too much of a puss to actually confront anyone, and too much of a douche to commit a crime that doesn't harm anyone else, so they have to commit a crime against someone who they feel 'has it coming'.

/Actually, what we have here is a person who would really like to do all that, but can't quite get themselves past the 'bragging about doing it on the internet' stage.
 
2013-06-12 08:47:47 PM

MisterTweak: [dl.dropboxusercontent.com image 342x451]


Thanks for the literal LOL! :-)
 
2013-06-12 08:49:20 PM

Mitch Taylor's Bro: When I rode, I was too concerned with avoiding and evading assholes to even think about recording the assholery. You should post it to YT like the stunnahs.


I don't really think too much about it. I just mount the camera and hit record before I take off. I put as much thought into it as I do putting on a helmet, which is nearly none (it's just a habit now). The only time I really think about it is after the fact, when I say to myself "remember to save that clip".
 
2013-06-12 08:51:29 PM

teenage mutant ninja rapist: Mitch Taylor's Bro: doglover: scottydoesntknow: So I'm guessing subby follows the "snitches get stitches" street motto.

Everybody follows it, even if they say they don't. It's a hardwired thing.

No, it's a douchebag thing. If you do something wrong and someone "snitches," the right thing to do is accept your punishment like an adult and don't do it again. If you're an entitled douchebag, yes, you get mad at the person who reported you because you obviously operate under the misguided assumption that "everything is legal if you don't get caught."

Grown ups dont tattle tale


No, but we report people breaking the law. But I'll keep that in mind if I ever see anyone doing anything to your personal property, like keying your car because you parked like a douche.
 
2013-06-12 08:55:33 PM

Noticeably F.A.T.: Mitch Taylor's Bro: When I rode, I was too concerned with avoiding and evading assholes to even think about recording the assholery. You should post it to YT like the stunnahs.

I don't really think too much about it. I just mount the camera and hit record before I take off. I put as much thought into it as I do putting on a helmet, which is nearly none (it's just a habit now). The only time I really think about it is after the fact, when I say to myself "remember to save that clip".


Good point. Go ahead and post 'em to youtube!
 
2013-06-12 08:58:40 PM

Fonaibung: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: Oh yeah, and am I the only one that has keyed cars for parking like assholes, or for cutting me off on the freeway?

Sorry to be the one to inform you of this, but keying a car makes you a bigger asshole than anyone else.

Why? It's not like I'm keying someone that doesn't deserve it. It's targeted justice.

Property damage. Keying a car is about as low as you can possibly get.

Beg to differ: an able-bodied person parking in a handicapped spot is as low as you can possibly get.

I don't feel at all bad for keying someone's car if they deserve it. If I were causing wanton property damage, then yes.


I'm with you. No "banal evils" infuriate me more than those committed by self-entitled assholes.

If you consciously choose to do something so blatantly and publicly callous as thumbing your nose at farking disabled people for the sole purpose of defying anyone to call you on it, you deserve just exactly what you get -- up to and including a therapeutic ass beating should you choose to press the issue.
 
2013-06-12 09:12:02 PM

kc278: Fonaibung: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: scottydoesntknow: Fonaibung: Oh yeah, and am I the only one that has keyed cars for parking like assholes, or for cutting me off on the freeway?

Sorry to be the one to inform you of this, but keying a car makes you a bigger asshole than anyone else.

Why? It's not like I'm keying someone that doesn't deserve it. It's targeted justice.

Property damage. Keying a car is about as low as you can possibly get.

Beg to differ: an able-bodied person parking in a handicapped spot is as low as you can possibly get.

I don't feel at all bad for keying someone's car if they deserve it. If I were causing wanton property damage, then yes.

I'm with you. No "banal evils" infuriate me more than those committed by self-entitled assholes.

If you consciously choose to do something so blatantly and publicly callous as thumbing your nose at farking disabled people for the sole purpose of defying anyone to call you on it, you deserve just exactly what you get -- up to and including a therapeutic ass beating should you choose to press the issue.


Not meaning to defend people who park in handicap spaces, but I wish the laws about space allocation were more reasonable.  Currently, a certain percentage of spaces must be handicapped.  So at places like my work, we have a dozen spaces taken up when half that would be more than enough.  I don't think I've ever seen more than one space used at any one time.  I think my local BART station has about 30 spaces set aside.  I don't think there's that many people with handicapped plates in the entire city.
 
2013-06-12 09:20:22 PM
Instead of reporting them and getting a percentage of the fine, the snitch should be allowed to shot them and take their car and wallet.  And if it's a guy with  a hot girl friend or wife they should get two free boinks out of her.
 
2013-06-12 09:22:01 PM

Pocket Ninja: I'm ambivalent on this for parking, but if they invented something similar to turn in the rat bastards who violate HOV lanes, I'd be all over it.


I report 3 - 5 people every single week for cheating in the HOV lane. I wish my state had an app.
 
2013-06-12 09:29:54 PM
1. Follow a UPS truck all day.
2. Parkin' narcin'
3. Profit, profit, and profit.
 
2013-06-12 09:29:55 PM

OregonVet: WINNIPEG

*stops reading*


Sweet drunk chick from Winnipeg...

http://www.hulu.com/watch/178028
 
2013-06-12 09:42:43 PM
This could effectively allow homeless people to make an income and stop begging.  It would be great.

/screw you illegal parkers
 
2013-06-12 09:43:56 PM
I have a feeling some people are going to be following cops all day and snapping pics of their 'parking'.
 
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