Tuesday, September 13, 2005


Unfortanetely this morning 2 people had to have their cars towed on a project that I'm working on- Now, on one hand the notice given wasn't a month in advance- However, neither was it less than 48 or even 72 hours. For whatever reason some of us just don't R E A D! I sent out a notice 5 days ago in reference to the project- then just yesterday I sent out a reminder and on Friday had my assistant call all those who are affected by this project- why still did 2 cars have to be removed- well lets say maybe two cars is better than 6 which is the original # of people who were parked this morning when I came in at 7am versus my regular 9am. Why did the 4 people who came down to move their cars only after I called their home #, cell #, & Emergency contacts, as well as having an employee knock on their doors? WHY don't people read? Can someone tell me?


The LoveHater said...

B!+¢#$ who don't read/pay attention/heed warnings:


Tim said...

I have to agree with lovehater. Bet they read and heed next time!

That Dude Right There said...

You were nice enough to give them more than one notice. They would have gotten one from me, and then it would have been tow time.

Jamal K. Franklin said...

You know what? I haven't the slightest idea why people read! I had a similar situation - I was like damn "did you not read the notice." They replied, "yea, but I didn't know what it meant!"


fratman1906 said...

Hmm. Possible reasons:
1. Motor was shot and they didn't have AAA to have it towed
2. Couldn't read; functionally illiterate; or
3. Was 3 months behind on the car payments and hoping you would tow it so they could report it stolen.

I vote for # 3.

Shem hotep!