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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Parking lot collective dumbness

Posted on Wed, Dec 21, 2011 at 10:38 AM

It's been a few weeks now that the parking lots near Spring Garden Road (Clyde St parking lots) have changed management. The guys working there have been replaced by automated terminals (which sucks, but that would be for another day discussion). I am now wondering if every NS dumb driver has decided to go park there, is there a Canada's Worst Driver audition going on?? How difficult is it to understand that once you get your ticket on entry, go for your shopping and get back to your car, YOU HAVE TO PAY FOR THE TIME SPENT THERE FIRST, before going and parking your cars in front of the DAMN GATE. Everyday, there is a lineup of at least 4 or 5 empty cars in front of the gate, with drivers lining up to pay for the parking!!! This makes the regular people who get how it works, not being able to vacate or even enter the lot!! How hard is it to get it that all you have to do, is that when you're returning to your car, stop at the machine, pay, then go to your car and leave... pretty much how it's done in every parking lot, isn't it ? I have never seen this in my life. Thanks to all of this mayhem caused by these worse than bad drivers, there have been more accidents on these lots in 2 weeks than in the past 3 years!!! Not that any of this is sometimes hilarious to watch, but most of the time, after a long day at work, my fuse is pretty short with these dumb asses. BTW : All the necessary signage explaining how to do is in place!! The place is literally covered with sheets : "do this", "do that"... Come to think about it, I'm starting to be concerned how dumb these people are and are allowed to drive... —OZZY

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