It’s been a while since we shamed someone for parking illegally in a handicapped spot. I’ve personally been wicked busy outside of my Turtleboy life and haven’t had the time to blog as much as I like to. But I saw this one today and it just got me fired up and back in the mood:
I hate these people so much. Poor little girl was dealt the shit end of the stick because she doesn’t have the ability to walk. The only thing we can give her as a society is preferential parking. Then some chud in pickup truck parks on the yellow lines, which exist solely for the purpose of allowing ramp access to people in wheelchairs, because he didn’t feel like walking.
I’m sick of the “I didn’t know” excuse that people often give for parking on the yellow lines. You knew you weren’t supposed to. You knew parking spots don’t have yellow lines on them. You might not have known that it’s for wheelchair ramps, but you knew it wasn’t a spot you could park your truck in.
Ignorance is no longer acceptable. I don’t care if I have to shame a new person every day of the week. This has got me fired up again for this cause, and I want to know who this truck is registered to so I can give them the public shaming they’ve earned.
Oh, and look closer at the truck’s windshield. They have a handicapped placard! They know better than anyone that they can’t park there.
If you know who Rhode Island license plate WH-681 belongs to, send us a message on Facebook to TBNews, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S. This skank can pound sand.
Fuck off. She shouldn’t have to pull her car up. You did the right thing Maddie. Keep shaming these people until they stop. We got your back.
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