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Barney & Clyde for Nov 11, 2012

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    simpsonfan2  over 5 years ago

    I’ve seen a few waiting to write tickets when the meter is about to expire.

    One time I saw a woman get out of her Porsche, and put a bag over the meter. When I looked, it said ‘Out of order’. Meter was working, I took the bag, she got a ticket. HA-ha!

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    arye uygur  over 5 years ago

    I’ve heard of people like Clyde who get fined for doing what he does.@Simpsonfan2, you’re a meany.

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    randayn  over 5 years ago

    In Philly and NYC, they would arrest Clyde. No joke.

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    Gator007  over 5 years ago

    If you get caught, that is.

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    Allen Willey GC Insider over 5 years ago

    Don’t you realize why the meters are there? So that others can park there, not just the first guy of the day. If the tickets weren’t high, some scofflaws would park like U.N. delegates.

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    CougarAllen  over 5 years ago

    Some towns have an official parking fairy, funded by the downtown business association. It’s been proposed in my town. The idea is someone dresses up as a fairy (or clown) and prances around the downtown area putting coins in meters that are about to expire, and leaves a note on the windshield explaining and soliciting donations. I think it’s a great idea and I think there would be no shortage of volunteers and donations..-Cougar :{)

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    QuietStorm27  over 5 years ago

    I’m enrolled in college, my classes are only two days a week so I park at the meters rather than pay the ever-rising rate for a parking pass. I pay close attention to the time and always run back out to deposit more change.

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    Marko56  over 5 years ago

    They’d be dressed as fairies in San Francisco; clowns in D.C.

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