Seattle Street Parking...

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by davequick, Oct 9, 2014.

  1. davequick

    davequick Formula Junior

    May 27, 2003
    Bellevue, WA
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    Dave Quick
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  3. Enzojr

    Enzojr F1 World Champ

    Dec 12, 2013
    West of PDX
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    The world has NO shortages of A**holes, I try to keep my car out of parking lots and away from street parking. Hopefully the perp will work hard and someday buy himself something of value and ... Karma will pay him a visit.
  4. SierraBravo

    SierraBravo Karting

    Jul 13, 2014
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    More than sad, it's sick. Many of the comments on the story link were AS disturbing as the vandalism itself. Some actually implied the owner deserved it because he was "a rich guy" showing off. To someone making minimum wages (which I did early in my life), the owner of a garage built T-bucket with dual fours is rich. I guess the perpetrator wants to deface every private airplane, boat and three car garage house in the country. Supporters and sympathizers of vandalism are as guilty as the vandals themselves. Whew! Got that out of my system.
  5. F355steve

    F355steve Formula 3

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    So was this real or a prank? I spend my 9-5 right in the center of Seattle and would not be surprised if it was real. I just don't know who actually owns a Veyron and would park it on the street around here.
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  7. GaryReed

    GaryReed F1 Rookie

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    #6 GaryReed, Oct 10, 2014
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  8. jcurry

    jcurry F1 World Champ
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    Prank or not, as Steve pointed out in post #3 the attitudes of some people is evident which makes you think twice about where you leave your car unattended.
  9. wiley355

    wiley355 Formula Junior
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    Oct 10, 2010
    Vancouver, WA
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    Grafitti vandals and people with "attitudes" or bad intentions are not limited to Seattle.

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