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May 10, 2012

IN MIAMI...

...we call this "parking."

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(Thanks to Janice Gelb and Jeff Meyerson)

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Parking by Hogwarts?

Borrowing a crane to put a car in a tree generates my respect as a person who lives in the world of "I know a guy"

He feels his neighbors "went too far" ... ?

Well, they apparently couldn't get his attention any other way ... stoopid Pol ... um ... bad and dangerous driver ...

(But with a Ford Escort? He really HAD to be tryin' ...)

It's a lot easier to just flatten their tires. Or so I've heard.

Key (totally believable) police response:

Police spokesman Marta Pierko said: 'We received a call from a man saying his car was stuck in a tree, and that his neighbours had put it there.
'After inspecting the site we instructed him to remove it from the tree,' she added.

Someone found their flying car. WHERE'S MINE???

That is some pretty serious air time for an Escort. 48 hours and counting.

Zbigniew Filo? Any relation to the Car Talk staffer, Zbigniew Chrysler?

Maybe Mr. Filo should move to Florida and get a boat.

Ford Escort = Polish Camaro?

Hah, and my mother said that cars don't grow on trees.

We had an old (probably 50 years old) teacher in our high school who was notorious for driving 25 mph, max, and refusing to let anyone pass because no one needed to go faster.
One day, she went out to her car IN THE SCHOOL PARKING LOT to find it up on blocks, all the tires inside the car, and the remaining interior room filled with shaving cream.
Apparently, nobody saw anything out of the ordinary all day.

Hello, Jessica? Jerry Newman here.
Jerry, did you park in a tree again?

NMUA: That appears to be a Whomping Willow.

me park in key weird (key west) in monkey suit the same. never problem! ask Dave.

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