Thursday, February 28, 2008


I will now be accepting submissions. Email is to the right of this post.

When submitting a picture, please include the following details:
Location (City, state, parking lot of what store etc)
Also, the pictures should be recent, not something that you took last year in December.

Thanks and I look forward to your submissions!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Lunch hour at McDonald's

This is a beautiful example of how not to park a city bus. My dad was at lunch when this happened. The driver pulled in and parked across 3 parking spaces. As you can see from the picture, 2 of those spaces are handicapped. The driver was only in McDonald's for 7 minutes but the fact still remains that he is parked across 3 spaces. A complaint was made to COTA and they said that they "counseled" the driver.

This is a Project Mainstream bus. This particular bus is for HANDICAPPED people. More information on that HERE

Monday, February 25, 2008

Lunch ended with this.

Here is my first bad parking post.

Went to lunch with my parents on Feb. 23rd at a great "Chinese" buffet. Came out to this. Parents vehicle is on the left. You can't tell from the picture but the way the red truck is parked, the passenger door cannot be opened enough for anyone to get in because it would hit the mirror on the red truck.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

Bad Parking Around Town

So, I have created this blog to share my experiences with people that have no idea how to park a car. I mean the people who drive the littlest cars and take up 2 spaces. The people who feel the need to park on or over the yellow line. The people that drive huge trucks and feel the need to try and squeeze into a parking space because its the closest to the entrance, holding up traffic for 20 minutes while they're doing a 30 point turn. Even the people that hold up traffic in the parking lot because someone is leaving in an hour. (Exaggeration, I know)

Every time I venture out, I carry my camera with me so chances are this page will be updated regularly. I realize that there are a lot more important problems in this world (and I could go on and on and on about them, too), but this one is a simple one that can be documented and fixed if everyone would get some common sense.

I will start accepting submissions later on. More information on that when it comes about.