Posted by: The Amoeba | October 12, 2009

My Kingdom For A (Place To Put A) Ford

“Hey, pal. What are your rates here?”

“For parking? Ten bucks an hour.”

“Right. Do I look like royalty to you? Now tell me how much you charge the common people!

  – O Ceallaigh
Copyright © 2009 Felloffatruck Publications. All wrongs deplored.
All opinions are mine as a private citizen.



  1. Honey, I told you, its not parkking, its parking, and everybody knows that’s not a place to put your car, it’s a golf pro!

    • Q, a par king wouldn’t do very well as a pro golfer. Pars might, in fact, prove to be somewhat of an albatross around the neck. Not the kind of birdie these folks need to make a living. Without that kind of birdie, they might have to hang up the clubs and work as an attendant in the parking lot …

  2. And here I was planning to go back for a higher degree. Forget that… I just need me a parking garage.

    Are you sure you weren’t at a drive-in theatre?

  3. Teach you to show up in a horse-drawn carriage, Amoeba. I charge extra for those, too.

    • But, Dawg! I carry my own shovel!

  4. Seems like the driver might help the par king to find those elusive birdies…

    50% of the world lives on less than $2 a day, and we gotta pay $10/hour to park… and the garages are fairly full! WHAT does that SAY???

    • Melli — what recession?

    • Nah, Melli, forget the driver, the golfer would do far better to putter around …

      The garages say that yes, it is possible to reduce global carbon emissions by humans down to a level that is sustainable. All we have to do is emulate those $2 a day folks. All of us, mind you. You first.

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