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On open land in Forester Mi.
Nice parking job.
If he does not move it in a couple months
it will look like this

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Soenda16-Aug-2007 04:21
I remember back in college someone's car died. He just took off the tags and left it. I guess it must have been before VINs were invented. If no one does return to claim it, the local rodents will be very happy to carve out comfy living spaces in the upholstery. Tough times in the auto industry.
1moremile31-Jan-2007 03:49
In Michigan you park between the lines. You don't, you pay the tow and impoundment.
Dave Beedon31-Jan-2007 02:55
Is this car out of place because there is a shortage of place, or did the driver waste all of the place he (or she) had? Are we talking about the squandering of precious resources?
1moremile27-Jan-2007 00:06
Well, Dave. I know you live in Washington but in Michigan some places are just not good places to park your car. If you clicked the link you'd see.
Dave Beedon26-Jan-2007 23:30
Is "out of place" as serious as "out of gas"?
1moremile05-Jun-2006 10:46
Thanks for the words of encouragement.
Dave Beedon05-Jun-2006 04:44
The successful agent looks upon mistakes as opportunities for growth (except when a mistake is fatal).
1moremile17-May-2006 09:11
You're right, Dave. Absolutely. I just had a temporary lapse of judgment. That's why I am only a junior agent, grade 2.
Dave Beedon17-May-2006 04:42
Rudeness is one of the compromises one must occasionally make to get the job done. Documentation comes first; courtesy last.
1moremile01-May-2006 00:48
That would have been rude. I didn't want to wake anyone up.
Dave Beedon30-Apr-2006 22:41
This picture, taken out(side)of the "place car" is interesting, but I would like to see a picture taken inside it.
1moremile11-Apr-2006 01:14
Living in the states it is the opposite. You have a car and you park it. You don't see a space you make one.
John Cooper10-Apr-2006 14:43
In England if you ever see a parking place, you rush out and buy a car.
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