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Old 05-26-2013, 10:43 AM   #1
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Old 05-26-2013, 11:00 AM   #2
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I do the same...need to call a taxi to get me to my car
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I also do it, but it never fails I always come out and someone is parked next to it.
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Ya same here wish I could avoid it at the college. Can't keep students from parking by it lol.
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I do it too, but really get annoyed when I get back and someone is parked right next to me in a half empty parking lot!
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I do it too, but really get annoyed when I get back and someone is parked right next to me in a half empty parking lot!
In a 78 Delta 88.....
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In a 78 Delta 88.....
Wit 22's, yo...
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I have the same problem, I parked to go to radioshack earlier as far away as I could, and this dingbat with a POS camry parked next to me.... I mean, aren't all Americans typically too lazy to do that?
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sometimes i do it but not always.
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I never do, **** that.
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