Postal Workers Parking At Library
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mailman lover

Chicago, IL

#51 Feb 27, 2013
Bad to the Bone wrote:
<quoted text>You are absolutely correct, this topix is better than those TV reality shows, like you said what loser sits around waiting for the library to open up worrying about where postal employees park at.
this topix is better than those TV reality shows, the loser complaining about the postal employees is probably a 50 yr old virgin still living at home with their momma.(LMAO)
Lmao

Since: Jul 11

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#53 Feb 27, 2013
Henderson Taxpayer wrote:
I'm hoping I can get Ron Jenkins at The Gleaner to take up this cause. I mean, he's already on the warpath about riding bikes and skateboard on The Riverfront Walkway.

I'm with him; if it's a walkway, it's for walkers; if it's for library parking, it's for library parking only.
Are you really that bored? You have got to be the biggest moron in Henderson!! Dude you have got to get laid every now and then I mean " take the case"? Really?? What should we call it the case of the mailmen in the library parking lot! And now your upset about skateboards and bikes? We're you molested as a child I mean wtf!!!
oh wow

Schaumburg, IL

#54 Feb 27, 2013
Whoever started this post is a loser I mean waiting on the library to open?? Stalking postal workers, bicyclist and skateboarders!! I bet you have no kids no mate and still sleep in your twin bed at home with your mom! Probably still sleeps in pajamas with cartoon characters on them
Henderson Taxpayer

Henderson, KY

#55 Feb 28, 2013
Waiting for the library to open again today, and I'll be darn if I didn't see another postal worker pull into their parking lot and walk down to the post office. A little SUV: Toyota SR5. Heck, the library only has 19 parking spaces; 3 of those are handicapped parking (I guess postal workers should be allowed to park in those spaces, too). If the postal workers keep parking at the library, there won't be any room for library patrons to park.

And just because they're postal workers, it dosn't give them the right to break the law. Next thing you know they'll be parking by fire hydrants, in handicapped zones, etc.
Henderson Taxpayer

Henderson, KY

#56 Feb 28, 2013
I don't think I ever said anything against postal worker, except either they can't read or believe they're above the law. And also, I don't think I said anything against bicyclist or skateboarders-----I was just quoting Ron Jenkins in The Gleaner.

And as far as going to the library----that's my business.

Since: Aug 12

Shelbyville, KY

#58 Feb 28, 2013
Henderson Taxpayer wrote:
I don't think I ever said anything against postal worker, except either they can't read or believe they're above the law. And also, I don't think I said anything against bicyclist or skateboarders-----I was just quoting Ron Jenkins in The Gleaner.
And as far as going to the library----that's my business.
Have you ever thought about confronting one of the postal employees parking in the library parking lot and point out the sign and your concerns about how there is little parking for people visiting the library. Come on people, try to be human beings with common sense not some crazy stalker watching the postman.
erica

Romeoville, IL

#59 Feb 28, 2013
Henderson Taxpayer wrote:
I don't think I ever said anything against postal worker, except either they can't read or believe they're above the law. And also, I don't think I said anything against bicyclist or skateboarders-----I was just quoting Ron Jenkins in The Gleaner.

And as far as going to the library----that's my business.
I hope they go postal on ya ass
stalkin

New Albany, IN

#60 Feb 28, 2013
Good guys finish last wrote:
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Have you ever thought about confronting one of the postal employees parking in the library parking lot and point out the sign and your concerns about how there is little parking for people visiting the library. Come on people, try to be human beings with common sense not some crazy stalker watching the postman.
They know exactly how many parking spots there are, how many are handicapped, gets there before the library opens, and watches the cars people drive. I wouldn't call them a stalker I would call them a mental hospital escapee.

Since: Aug 11

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#61 Feb 28, 2013
GoingPostal wrote:
<quoted text>You never have answered why you clowns are hundreds of millions in red ink. Either because you too stupid to know why or you are too embarrassed to answer. Either way, you idiots are a bloated inefficient bureaucracy which is filled with uneducated, low IQ morons who sit their fat asses in a vehicle putting paper in a box. As if that isn't easy enough, you still screw it up on a daily basis.
Hey dumbass, why don't you try to educate yourself of why the USPS is in the red. You obviously know how to find topix, try using your smartphone or computer to educate yourself. Your rambling sounds to like you're just a moron getting a check and think that you're entitled. The USPS is the only government entity that must pre fund 75yrs of retirement and were responsible for a time to pay into the veterans' retirement fund. Why was the USPS paying for a veterans' retirement fund that federal tax dollars are supposed to pay for. And besides, you act like goingpostal works for them, when they say that they don't. Try to educate yourself instead of rambling like the moron you are.
Henderson Taxpayer

Henderson, KY

#62 Mar 4, 2013
Wel, my complaint to the mayor must have done some good. When I pulled into the library parking lot today (after leaving my 3rd shift job) I notice those vehicles owned by postal workers were parked on the street and not in the library parking lot.

Apparently there is some ordinance forbidding day-long parking in the library parking lot.
stalkin

Tucker, GA

#63 Mar 4, 2013
Henderson Taxpayer wrote:
Wel, my complaint to the mayor must have done some good. When I pulled into the library parking lot today (after leaving my 3rd shift job) I notice those vehicles owned by postal workers were parked on the street and not in the library parking lot.
Apparently there is some ordinance forbidding day-long parking in the library parking lot.
Ignorant ass they ARE parked in the parking lot. I am here right now. As far as the mayor he can't do a damn thing about the parking because he doesn't have that authority.
Henderson Taxpayer

Henderson, KY

#64 Mar 5, 2013
Well, something must have been done, because there are no postal workers in the parking lot now. As far as not having the authority----how were they able to get the postal workers to stop parking at the tennis courts and in the parking lot at The Depot? Somebody must have had the authority.
Papa Smurf

Chrisney, IN

#65 Mar 5, 2013
Henderson Taxpayer wrote:
Well, something must have been done, because there are no postal workers in the parking lot now. As far as not having the authority----how were they able to get the postal workers to stop parking at the tennis courts and in the parking lot at The Depot? Somebody must have had the authority.
Hey Dork, they didnt park at the library parking lot because they started work at same time as the regular workers, therefore they parked on the 100 block of Washington. Go back to your infamous 3rd shift job loser. You should have applied for a job with USPS last month when they were accepting applications, they're starting wage is twice as much what you currently make working 3rds, Dork (LMAO)
Chicken Gizzard

Chrisney, IN

#66 Mar 5, 2013
Your complaint to the mayor (LOL), Mr. Austin was probably laughing his butt off after getting your complaint thinking who the heck is this loser, the first place you go after you get off work from your job on thirds is the henderson library and wait for it to open up. You remind of the guy in that move the 40 yr old virgin. Let me guess you probably still live at home with your mom and she reminds you to put on clean underwear everyday. Who cares where the postal workers park, my mail is in my mailbox everyday when I come home from work, get a life!!!
Scrillex

Tucker, GA

#67 Mar 5, 2013
Library parking spaces should be for people going to the library. Wgaf where a postal employee has to park they make more than enough money to pay for parking. Stop being cheap and let the right people have the parking spaces! It's not illegal but no one should ask someone to be considerate of others in the community like seniors, the disabled, expecting mothers and or people with small children. Come on now. Really??
Uncle Fester

Chrisney, IN

#68 Mar 5, 2013
Scrillex wrote:
Library parking spaces should be for people going to the library. Wgaf where a postal employee has to park they make more than enough money to pay for parking. Stop being cheap and let the right people have the parking spaces! It's not illegal but no one should ask someone to be considerate of others in the community like seniors, the disabled, expecting mothers and or people with small children. Come on now. Really??
How absurd your reply "they make more than enough money to pay for parking" since you know so much what is our starting wage? Do you ever notice the people that's always complaining are the one's that are least informed. Previous they parked at the old tennis courts, now since the new tennis courts have been built, the City Of Henderson has placed parking restriction signs M-F 8-5 parking. The Postmaster of the Henderson Post Office has asked the Henderson Police Department if his employee's could park at the empty parking lot (that has the same 3 vehicles there on a daily basis) and was told No by parking enforcement. You people complaining about them parking at the library should complain to the city, they are the one's that placed the sign blame them. Postal employee's are not taking Disabled or Handicapped parking spaces away. If I pay local city taxes which all postal employee's do, than I have every right to park my personal vehicle in the City's Library Parking lot if available, ever wonder why they call it a "Public Library". That money would have been better spent on a new Henderson County Humane Society Facility rather than a Tennis Court. How many people did you see placing tennis today?(Zero) Those animals need our help much more than empty tennis courts.
Spanky

Chrisney, IN

#69 Mar 5, 2013
Scrillex - Stop being cheap huh!! Since when does it cost to park at the library parking lot? Expecting mothers? Right, you seem to forget when unwed teen girls get pregnant and have their baby who do you think is paying that hospital bill at Methodist Hospital? That's right the State Of Kentucky.
Waldo

Henderson, KY

#70 Mar 6, 2013
Uncle Fester wrote:
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How absurd your reply "they make more than enough money to pay for parking" since you know so much what is our starting wage? Do you ever notice the people that's always complaining are the one's that are least informed. Previous they parked at the old tennis courts, now since the new tennis courts have been built, the City Of Henderson has placed parking restriction signs M-F 8-5 parking. The Postmaster of the Henderson Post Office has asked the Henderson Police Department if his employee's could park at the empty parking lot (that has the same 3 vehicles there on a daily basis) and was told No by parking enforcement. You people complaining about them parking at the library should complain to the city, they are the one's that placed the sign blame them. Postal employee's are not taking Disabled or Handicapped parking spaces away. If I pay local city taxes which all postal employee's do, than I have every right to park my personal vehicle in the City's Library Parking lot if available, ever wonder why they call it a "Public Library". That money would have been better spent on a new Henderson County Humane Society Facility rather than a Tennis Court. How many people did you see placing tennis today?(Zero) Those animals need our help much more than empty tennis courts.
Tell you what, Uncle Fester, since the county courthouse parking lot is closer to the post office than the library parking lot, why don't you guys start parking your personal vehicles there all day? I mean, your a taxpayer and it's public property. I'll tell you why, because if you did the county would have your vehicle hauled off in a heartbeat.
Uncle Fester

Chrisney, IN

#71 Mar 6, 2013
Waldo wrote:
<quoted text>Tell you what, Uncle Fester, since the county courthouse parking lot is closer to the post office than the library parking lot, why don't you guys start parking your personal vehicles there all day? I mean, your a taxpayer and it's public property. I'll tell you why, because if you did the county would have your vehicle hauled off in a heartbeat.
Wow Waldo, Im impressed you figured that one out on your own. Ohh by the way, we do park there on Saturdays. Here's your sign!!!

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