Dear Sunset Junction Attendee who parked in front of my house and whose car alarm has been going off for the last 10 minutes straight,

You aren’t making any friends in this neighborhood and if you come back and find a brick through your window I didn’t see anything.

5 Replies to “Dear Sunset Junction Attendee who parked in front of my house and whose car alarm has been going off for the last 10 minutes straight,”

  1. I’m usually a lurker here at b.la, but I just need to throw in my 2ยข. Someone had parked in front of my house, with about a foot of the car’s rear blocking my driveway. This was at 9:40 PM when I got home. So I called parking enforcement, waited about 10 min. on hold to get to a live person.

    They said they’ll have someone out to ticket and impound the vehicle. I was outside for an hour, at 10:46 when the group showed up and nonchalantly (sp?) got in their car and drove off!

    The parking enforcement guy showed up at 11:10, and I was telephoned to go outside. He apologized that it took him so long, he had 5 impounds this evening.

    The City tries, but in the end, the parking iDiots usually get away with it. It did make me happy that FIVE did not, though. And there was not an alarm going off all night either.

    Thanks for you attention, now back to the regular program

  2. Do what Dane Cook does and sing along

    “Heellllloooooooo…. I’m a Caaaaaaaaaaaar, Gasoline makes me run, seaaatbelts, truuuuunkspace!”

    He’s a silly b

  3. yeah, wish there was a faster way to get the ticket/tow people out… I’m on Orlando near Melrose, folks are parallel and blocking my house driveway all the time… I always have to call to get ’em out of there (after make some effort to set off the car alarm, which I hope will draw them out from wherever they are– maybe misguided but I don’t want towing to be my first action)… but it always takes the towfolk an hour to get to my place. too bad that by then, I’m an hour late for wherever I’m supposed to be going. alas.

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