I actually call that "San Francisco Style" parking. I've noticed a lot of cars park like that down there. Probably because a lot of the streets aren't real wide. Less chance of your car getting clipped by another car driving by that way.
It does look like he was given special treatment. Whether he deserved it or not we have no way of knowing. I realize he's trying to maintain some leverage with the potential lawsuit, but most people in a job where everyone seems to be trying to get rid of them would take a hint and leave.
This is great news.
I've been both amazed and appalled at the things some people throw in their recycling bins.
I'm not defending the practice of snagging, but I don't really see much difference in how a fish is caught as it generally dies afterward, regardless. So long as an angler doesn't exceed the legal limit, does it really matter all that much how he catches the fish?
What seems to be lost in the discussion is that this vehicle wasn't free. Taxpayers paid megabucks for this one and all the rest. Yet, they have more than enough and they can give them away to cities and counties for "free".
Eurekan wrote, " if you give a sincere apology right away, you earn some respect for being forthcoming and the story doesn't become about your inability to apologize or admit mistakes. "
He apologized at least once. People haven't accepted it. Oh, well. Move on.
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