Live from NYC Parking Ticket, It’s Saturday Night!
Does an NYC parking ticket really have something in common with these other two items? If so, what?
Take a couple of minutes to view this hysterical satire about the ludicrous excuses offered by the stakeholders in the environmental and economic disaster in the Gulf. How can the Mineral Mining Services allow offshore drilling without compelling the companies to present a practical disaster recovery solution? There was NO solution. There was NO plan.
I am certainly conflating the horrific oil spill with the pain caused by NYC parking tickets. But, I’m going to ask you about the solution you have in place when you are issued a parking ticket. Do you have a solution? A plan of action? What is your plan?
What I mean is, when you get a parking ticket what do you do next? If the answer isn’t, I snap a couple of photographs with my cell phone camera showing where my car is parked, the parking signs, etc., then you have NO workable plan.
What, you don’t think you’ll ever get an unjustified NYC parking Ticket?
I guess you can’t imagine a drilling rig exploding in the Gulf, either.
Why moan and groan about the horrors of the parking ticket wars, and then surrender to the warriors and evil empire (DOF) in a NY minute after getting a parking ticket? Take photos, check the front of your parking ticket for mistakes. Check to find out if you have a defense to the violation charged. When you’re right-FIGHT! But, you can’t win unless you present the proper proof, properly, have a plan.
“And now a message from the people who ruined your ocean”
Poking fun at these self-absorbed company leaders…but the message is clear!
Here are four cases you should read before you attempt to fight an NYC parking ticket. Trust me, they will help you win!
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