- Aug 22, 2011
If I were you, I would cast aside petty parking differences. Instead, I would befriend him, get him drunk, ask him repeatedly for details about his time with Stevie, then go home and play Rhiannon over and over while being "with" your wife. But that's just me.so, i'm in this parking dispute with a new neighbor. he's renting the house next door and ignores neighborhood conventions. parking on our street is scarce, but this guy and his wife refuse to use their driveway/garage and only park on the street. to make matters worse, permanent residents all know not to park directly across from someone's driveway because it is a narrow street and it becomes very difficult to get out when someone is there. this guy does it anyway. i have written very gentle, neighborly notes, which he has ignored. he lives behind gates but i have rung his door several times but the most he does is send his maid out to shoo me away. we had a neighborhood petition about fixing our street lighting and he was the only one who refused to sign it. when i see him going to his car and try to engage him, he just gives me the"talk to the hand" gesture, gets in and drives away.
and every single night he parks directly across from my driveway, no matter how many open slots there are on the street.
i know, it's his legal right. but it's the opposite of neighborly. so every night i think about keying his car. or slashing his tires. or other diabolical means of revenge.
then, the other day, a package for his wife gets misdelivered to our house. mrs. kristen buckingham. and then it dawns on me: this sonuvabitch is lindsay fuqqing buckingham!
no wonder fleetwood mac fired him