So I’m driving around Monrovia (where? No friggin’ clue. Still. And I’ve been there) looking for Becca’s Holiday Inn last night, right? Okay, I’m in the left lane, no one around, and I see it a little ways ahead on the right, so I make a gentle angle to the entrance. I only had to cross the right lane, then the shoulder to get there, and it wasn’t a high-risk maneuver or anything. Much to my surprise, I found this note on my windshield when I returned to my car after our late dinner. No one followed me into the parking lot as far as I could tell, and no one was walking across the street where I changed lanes.
I don’t know what to think about this note, either, because its friggin’ weird to put a note on someone’s car admonishing them for doing something that’s not technically illegal. I wasn’t at a stop light, and maybe it was a quick cross of the lanes, but not even that quick, really. But mostly, I wonder what this person gains by this note.
Now, the insufferable bastard within me would point out that its wide-ruled paper, and who carries that around? You cant see it in the scan, but it was top micro-perf, so someone was carrying around a pad of white, wide-ruled paper. And they don’t make a distinction between “left” and “lift” either.