Time Zones of Pure Yellow Evil

As I walked down Kindcaid St. I was spotted by a black man who was doing gardening for sorority house. I was amused by the hard look he was giving me.

“Now, what kind of nut do we have here?”

I engaged him in conversation, and told him the nature of my mission. He put down his rake and asked me to follow him. He took me around the corner to a parked car with a ticket on it. He pointed out the little yellow zone and the ticket on the windshield. He then pointed the car parked in back of this car, that was over the yellow zone, forcing the driver to park in – THE TIME ZONE OF YELLOW EVIL!

I then looked at the parking meter for this ticketed car. There was three and half hours on it. Talk about a ball and chain! How dare they use the sacred yellow of our blessed Ducks! I suggest they paint candy cane stripes – with mistletoe! When it comes to deception – why not be more honest!

“Would you like some candy little girl? We can loan you a parking space while you go to school.”

Below is an article about these metres. They are GIFTS unto the students! Give me a break! From now on, when any citizen spots one of the EVIL GIFTS TO OUR YOUNG I want you to give me call on my Uncle Samaclaus Hotline. 541 844-1974

Uncle Samaclaus

Later this year, the city says it will allow users to sign-up for text message alerts when your meter runs out, then pay remotely up to the hourly-limit of the meter.
“The goal here is we want people to be happy, to go about their day parking is not their destination, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to go enjoy the businesses in this area, school in this area, visit friends and family. We don’t want parking to be the downside of your day,” says Jeff Petry, Parking Services Manager for the City of Eugene.

EUGENE, Ore. (KMTR) — More than 600 new parking meters around the University of Oregon now take debit and credit cards, meanwhile parking rates have gone up.
Eugene Parking Services just swapped out 675 old coin-only meters for new ones that accept both coins and cards.
New features though have increased parking rates from $1.00 per-hour, to $1.50 per-hour. The price hike was discussed and agreed on during the City of Eugene Budget Council’s 2010 budget process.
In the mid-nineties, parking rates were $00.75 per hour. That rate rose to $1.00 per hour in 2008. Meters in the rest of Eugene remain $00.75 an hour.
Eugene City Parking Services hopes the added convenience of accepting debit and credit cars at University area meters will help save customers money by avoiding tickets.
Later this year, the city says it will allow users to sign-up for text message alerts when your meter runs out, then pay remotely up to the hourly-limit of the meter.
“The goal here is we want people to be happy, to go about their day parking is not their destination, we want to make it as easy as possible for you to go enjoy the businesses in this area, school in this area, visit friends and family. We don’t want parking to be the downside of your day,” says Jeff Petry, Parking Services Manager for the City of Eugene.
The new meters are also solar powered and can alert Eugene Parking Services if there is a problem or if the meter needs maintenance. Meters will shut off automatically when they are not being monitored.
Eugene Parking Services says it currently has no plans to change other nearly 1,200 parking meters in the rest of Eugene. There are also no current plans to raise University parking rates.

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