hstein3: I've taken to digging out the handicapped spot at my apartment complex. I figure my neighbor who parks there won't be getting out to do it herself, so someone should.It's a nice sentiment, except after I did that two days in a row, the douche bag who parked next to her took all the heavy snow from his spot and dumped it behind her car. It froze the next night, so now she has this dense pile of ice/snow chunks piled up to her bumper. Unless she gets the maintenance staff to take some real tools to it, she's waiting for it to melt; my shovel wasn't doing the job.I don't get people sometimes.
capt.hollister: Cotham believes the snow piles weren't purposefully pushed into handicapped spots, but she was still surprised that the incident wasn't isolated but instead widespread.So, they just grew there ?
Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: Here in FL we call handicapped spaces "yankee lanes" because 90% of them are filled with cars with plates from Ohio, NY, and Pennsylvania.
baconbeard: People in the South aren't very smart, are they?
oldfarthenry: Turning a negative into a positive:[i1151.photobucket.com image 800x600](Not sure how many handicap vans are buried in the snowbank)
captcaveman: In other words, slow news day.
Linux Granny: kitsuneymg: I seem to remember last time it happened someone posted a dozen or so pictures of handicap spots with snow piles In them from up north.Plenty of stuff to make fun of down here and you pick a non issue? Wow.You try coping with a wheelchair for a while, and then tell me it's a non issue when you can't safely park and exit the vehicle.Wanker.
MylesHeartVodak: Sure pick on the South. At least we don't try to claim parking spots with lawn chairs.
MaritimeGirl: I'm guessing that parking lots aren't typically designed to allow for snowbanks in North Carolina?
Lucky LaRue: The problem with this story is that it was written yesterday. At the time of its publication (this morning), all the snow in Charlotte has melted.
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