More wise and intelligent directives from the City of Little Rock

While it may appear that I spend a lot of time jumping all over the fine administrators and highly motivated professionals who inhabit Little Rock City Hall, I just can’t help myself. Besides, having so much fun whipping Rush Limbaugh has put the taste of blood in my mouth.

Max over at Arkansas Times tells readers that the City plans a crackdown on the terrible menace of yard parking. Well, it’s high time. I mean the yard parkers have been making life miserable for the rest of us with their cars parked right on top of the grass. Who do they think they are anyway? Do you think God intended grass to be parked on top of? Of course not.

That bunch of self-serving goodie-goodies (not the city bureaucrats, but the yard parkers) must think something bad might happen to that old wreck if they leave it out on the street at night. Listen you bunch of cry-babies, if you don’t like the parking arrangements were you are, MOVE. Why don’t you settle in South Dakota or New Jersey, or some other God-forsaken Yankee hell hole where people put up with malcontents like you.

Well, now you’ve done it! No more Mr. Nice Guy from Little Rock City Hall (and Mayor Stodola is certainly a very nice guy). There are going to be some consequences now! Code inspectors will be coming to work early and conducting neighborhood sweeps. It’s about time.

“Ve zee that de vagen is a-parkin’ in zee yard uncht vee are here to zee dat thees leetle problem gets corrrrrrected. Uncht veee would like to zee your papers. Vee knnow vhat to do vith zee likes of you.”

It makes me shiver! They had it comin’! Maybe when they do those neighborhood sweeps, the code enforcement people might want to check and make sure nobody is hiding drug-crazed veterans in the attic.

Now I would like to get back to my peaceful day gouging out the eyes of my Rush Limbaugh voo-doo doll.


About patlynch
I am a broadcaster in Arkansas, a former freelance writer and political columnist in the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Writing Coach. Speaker. Director of the Christian Foundations for Ministry program, and presently enrolled in the Anglican School of Ministry Master of Ministry program.

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