The Perfect Parking Solution for San Francisco? A Simple Sign – “IN YOUR WAY? SORRY! CALL ME, I’LL MOVE – (415) xxx-xxxx”

Here you go:

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I first started seeing these signs just last month, but they remind of those people I’ve heard and seen over the years who block you in and then leave a note on the windshield, you know, “Oh just call me at…” But the thing is that these people never pick up, that’s the thing.

Now let’s apply this to BART or MUNI, maybe change the words a bit and put them on a T-shirt what says:

“FEELING YOU UP? SORRY! TELL ME, I’LL STOP”

In other words, you’re not “sorry!” at all, you bastards.

Oh well.

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7 Responses to “The Perfect Parking Solution for San Francisco? A Simple Sign – “IN YOUR WAY? SORRY! CALL ME, I’LL MOVE – (415) xxx-xxxx””

  1. Mickey says:

    I will give them a fair shot and call them – if they do not answer the phone, I will leave this message “I have photos of the vehicle blocking me in and called SFMTA to send someone to ticket and tow, so first come first serve – Sorry”

  2. sfcitizen says:

    First come first serve: Firm but fair!

  3. Einstein says:

    I don’t that posting this on a car’s dashboard will save the driver from getting towed.
    I doubt/hope that SFMTA points it out and says: “Aw, how considerate; let it slide!”

  4. Alai says:

    I think that’s all the person is asking for, really.

  5. sfcitizen says:

    Yeah, s’pose.

    But there sure seems to be an implication that the parker isn’t doing anything wrong at all, when s/he is wrong, IMO.

    I’ve never been blocked in myself, but anyway…

  6. SlideSF says:

    Anyone who puts a phone number where I can read it will get the courtesy of a call. If they don’t answer, then SFMTA gets the next call. I’m always amused when someone counters my request to move their vehicle with “Well, are you using it right now?” My reply – “No, but I am paying for it. I’m not using my toilet right now either,;do you want to park your ass on that too?”

  7. ann says:

    This silly sign is an example of the epitome of conceit! I do not waste my energy asking a rude inconsiderate person’s permission to leave my garage. I just call the police. My experience has been that a tow truck in the neighborhood gets their immediate attention. Too late. Too bad. Enduring the consequences (having to bail their vehicle out of the slammer)of their stupid act stops the appearance of these silly signs, puts other people who live in the vicinity on notice and thus keeps my driveway free of obstructions for quite some time. Like years. Now, my neighbor, who believes he can reason with such people…well, he has quite different results. Tough love, people. The law is on your side.

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