“Sign Installer Cited for Violating Rule on the Sign He Was Installing”

There is much interpretation of life we owe to Kafka. And there is much interpretation of life owed to Kafka that we also owe to Lowering the Bar. Especially when the incident may be Kafkaesque but is less nightmare than ski comedy:

“I didn’t know what to say,” said Dan Greding about his reaction to getting a ticket for being parked longer than 75 minutes, which according to the signs he was installing at the time was the maximum time limit for that block. “I was dumbfounded.”

Had he not been dumbfounded, several short words and/or expressive gestures would probably have come to mind.

Read on. It’s hilarious: Sign Installer Cited for Violating Rule on the Sign He Was Installing – Lowering the Bar.

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