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23rd Apr '17 8:29:27 AM Katsuhagi
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** Similarly, anyone who parks right on the rear bumper of an ambulance (you should give them at least six feet) is obstructing the loading and unloading of the stretcher, which can cause a critical delay in a life-threatening emergency. It's not unheard of for the medics to just unload the stretcher anyway -- directly onto the offending car's hood. Oh, and good luck with that ticket for obstructing am emergency vehicle.

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** Similarly, anyone who parks right on the rear bumper of an ambulance (you should give them at least six feet) is obstructing the loading and unloading of the stretcher, which can cause a critical delay in a life-threatening emergency. It's not unheard of for the medics to just unload the stretcher anyway -- directly onto the offending car's hood. Oh, and good luck with that ticket for obstructing am an emergency vehicle.
23rd Apr '17 8:28:22 AM Katsuhagi
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** Similarly, anyone who parks right on the rear bumper of an ambulance (you should give them at least six feet) is obstructing the loading and unloading of a stretcher, which can cause a critical delay in a life-threatening emergency. It's not unheard of for the medics to just unload the stretcher anyway -- directly onto the offending car's hood.

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** Similarly, anyone who parks right on the rear bumper of an ambulance (you should give them at least six feet) is obstructing the loading and unloading of a the stretcher, which can cause a critical delay in a life-threatening emergency. It's not unheard of for the medics to just unload the stretcher anyway -- directly onto the offending car's hood. Oh, and good luck with that ticket for obstructing am emergency vehicle.
23rd Apr '17 8:26:35 AM Katsuhagi
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** Similarly, anyone who parks right on the rear bumper of an ambulance is obstructing the loading and unloading of a stretcher, which can cause a critical delay in life-threatening emergency. It's not unheard of for the medics to just unload the stretcher anyway -- directly onto the offending car's hood.

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** Similarly, anyone who parks right on the rear bumper of an ambulance (you should give them at least six feet) is obstructing the loading and unloading of a stretcher, which can cause a critical delay in a life-threatening emergency. It's not unheard of for the medics to just unload the stretcher anyway -- directly onto the offending car's hood.
23rd Apr '17 8:25:14 AM Katsuhagi
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** Similarly, anyone who parks right on the rear bumper of an ambulance is obstructing the loading and unloading of a stretcher, which can cause a critical delay in life-threatening emergency. It's not unheard of for the medics to just unload the stretcher anyway -- directly onto the offending car's hood.
8th Apr '17 7:23:58 AM TyeDyeWildebeest
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In RealLife, seeing someone park where they shouldn't (like a disabled parking spot) or stealing the parking spot you've been patiently waiting for is [[ParkingProblems incredibly frustrating]]. In fiction, a character might choose to take immediate revenge on the parking infringer, often in a humorous fashion (giving the audience vicarious satisfaction).

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In RealLife, seeing someone park where they shouldn't [[StealingTheHandicappedSpot (like a disabled parking spot) spot)]] or stealing the parking spot you've been patiently waiting for is [[ParkingProblems incredibly frustrating]]. In fiction, a character might choose to take immediate revenge on the parking infringer, often in a humorous fashion (giving the audience vicarious satisfaction).
3rd Apr '17 10:26:46 PM foxley
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* One episode of ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' has local VigilanteMan Strike Man getting angry at a bunch of cars parked right in front of a '"No Parking" sign. He proceeds to deflate their tires as punishment.

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* One episode of ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' has local VigilanteMan Strike Man getting angry at a bunch of cars parked right in front of a '"No "No Parking" sign. He proceeds to deflate their tires as punishment.
3rd Apr '17 3:22:27 PM MetaFour
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Fear of Victory", Batman lies in wait inside the Gotham Knight's locker room, believing that Scarecrow would be coming to sabotage the game by delivering a fear drug-tainted telegram to a key player. A perfectly ordinary telegram delivery man shows up and is intercepted by Batman, who utterly ''freaks'', thinking that Batman was waiting to ambush him because he had double-parked.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' episode "Fear of Victory", Batman lies in wait inside intercepts someone he ''thinks'' is the Gotham Knight's locker room, believing that Scarecrow would be coming to sabotage the game by Scarecrow, delivering a fear drug-tainted telegram to as part of his latest scheme. It's actually a key player. A perfectly ordinary telegram delivery man shows up and is intercepted by Batman, who man, with a perfectly ordinary telegram--and he utterly ''freaks'', thinking that Batman was waiting Batman's there to ambush punish him because he had double-parked.for double-parking.
18th Mar '17 7:30:06 PM foxley
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One episode of ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' has local VigilanteMan Strike Man getting angry at a bunch of cars parked right in front of a '"No Parking" sign. He proceeds to deflate their tires as punishment.

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* One episode of ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' has local VigilanteMan Strike Man getting angry at a bunch of cars parked right in front of a '"No Parking" sign. He proceeds to deflate their tires as punishment.
18th Mar '17 7:28:47 PM foxley
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One episode of ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' has local VigilanteMan Strike Man getting angry at a bunch of cars parked right in front of a '"No Parking" sign. He proceeds to deflate their tires as punishment.
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9th Mar '17 9:26:43 AM Jake
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* The Guy Fawkes Night special episode of ''Series/LondonsBurning'' saw Blue Watch forced to shove an entire street's worth of badly-parked cars out of the way to get to a house fire. In a Crowning Moment of LaserGuidedKarma, one of the more expensive vehicles that got its rear wing bashed in by the fire truck belonged to the obnoxious jerk whose carelessness with fireworks had started the fire in the first place.
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