I thought you would be amused by the sense of entitlement that oozes from this note. The writer, a driver of large silver Mercedes, parked illegally in front of my driveway of my Noe Valley residence. The driveway has a well marked red zone, yet his front tire extended beyond that and the hood of his car was a good two feet into my rather narrow driveway. Apparently he believes it is my responsibility to maneuver around him (if possible) rather than his responsibility to find a parking place where his car fits even close to legally. And apparently he cares so deeply about our “community” that he is reaching out to me with this wonderful little note. The reference to Nazi Germany is priceless – I mean I knew that the Nazis were bad, but who knew that the essence of their evil was the enforcement of parking regulations!Text from the "NastyGram":
Find something else to do with your time -- if you can't back out of your house, you shouldn't have a license. This is a community, not Nazi Germany. Get a clue.No idea if that curb is legally painted.