Parking Fine or Fine Parking
Decisions, decisions! Yesterday afternoon, I intended to go to the mall, quickly pick up a few things, and leave. But with a gazilion variations of the products I was after, provided by every manufacturer known to man, the only thing that happened “quickly” was me becoming frustrated. Too many choices – could not compute! As I was leaving the mall, I was faced with another dilemma…
Parked right there in the fire lane stood this truck. Actually, it wasn’t entirely in the fire lane. One and a half tires were on the curb. The vehicle was also facing the wrong direction, implying that the driver had been driving on the wrong side of the road.
It occurred to me that maybe I should notify the authorities. After all, for once, I did have my phone on me. But then I thought, “Do I really want to be like that kid at school who is always running to the teacher?” Plus, I did not know who to notify, anyway. I ended up not reporting it, but I did snap a few pictures.
With a multitude of decisions to be made each day, we are all likely to make a mistake at some point, be it a product purchase, a moral judgement, or what to have for lunch. With that said, I’m hungry. But what should I have?
- LA Driving (thebeverlyhillbabies.com)
- RCMP car parked in handicap spot in Kelowna sparks investigation (Global News)
- Photo shows RNC cruiser in disabled parking spot (CBC News)
- St. John’s wants citizens to report illegal parking (CBC News)