Strongly Worded Copy Required to Communicate With Idiots
Strong words are sometimes required when writing copy or talking to lazy losers who insist upon parking in handicapped parking spots when their only handicap is being an idiot. Click here to see the strong words.
by Steve Hall Jul-10-06 Click to Comment
This is one of my BIGGEST pet peeves! Glad someone came up with this...though I doubt it will make a difference to the idiots.
They should make them about 8' by 4' so the fools can read them. The fines too need to be a lot larger then maybe stupid people will think twice before they park in a handicap place.
i once had the pleasure of witnessing an elderly man in a wheelchair screaming at this young kid who parked his car in the handicapped spot(forcing the older gentleman to park on the other side of the lot)... the kid was practically crying. The best quote was when the older man yelled: "you know, if I could move one of these legs I'd kick your punk little ass!"
Those look photoshopped. Waaay too clean for a actual sign; no scratches or weathering at all. And, would it have been so hard to have taken a photo from a distance with the surrounding area?
on the flipside, all of the the parking pay-station machines at the local mall have the controls and change-return situated about 14inches off the ground. great for the wheel-chair bound, but not so good for the 6 and a half foot tall elderly man with a bad back. talk about breaking a spine. seems that inclusionary design has gone so far as to not include 90% of it's users. no excuse for parking in a handicapped space, but an interesting observation.
I love it.