Group question, is anyone really surprised that there are people out there, walking and talking among us, that are so deplorable and vile, so bereft of even a minimal amount of qualification for drawing breath, and so deserving a Jacky Chan style spinning kick to the head, that their very existence is an affront to a loving and just God?
Maybe we should start a new weekly thread ,”Douche-bag of the week”, provided not only for amusement (when is someone going to clean this guy’s clock, today or tomorrow?) but as a reminder that although physical violence is not always the answer (not always, but sometimes) going out of your way to inject embarrassment and misery into the lives of society’s turds can be a noble calling.
This week, exhibit “A”;
No quotes are necessary, you can read the note for yourself.
First off, before we get a rope, it would be nice to know exactly what was in Brady’s initial note. She said it was “stern and confident”, OK, was it also snarky, insulting, and rude? Not condoning the reply, naturally, but often times, snark begats snark. Where was it left, on a broken radio antennae?
Brady should do each of these things;
1) Contact her local police dept. and advise them of the situation, I doubt there is one cop walking that, once apprised of this situation, would not drive through that parking lot 20 times a day while on duty looking for the offending car parked in the handicapped spot. Ticket and tow bill, roughly $400.
2) Take a picture of the offending car (with license plate) and post it on her facebook page, along with the name of the apartment complex and city.
3) Notify the manager of the complex of the problem. He was the one that provided the handicapped parking spot, no doubt he would want to know if other renters are parking there. In the same vain, while interacting with all the other tenants in the building, let them know what is going on. I am big on community shaming, letting all the other tenants know what kind of woman lives next to them in 14c, ahhhh, the possibilities are endless.
The community has her back, she should utilize them.