Thursday, May 12, 2011

That Perfect Ratio

Someone sent this to the building email alias at work.

Subject: Please observe good parking practices

Building X is very full, and consequently, parking around Building X
is limited.

You can help ensure availability of parking by observing good parking
practices, chief among which is the correct vehicle-to-parking-space
ratio. The correct ratio is 1:1. Examples of incorrect ratios include
1:2 and 1:3. (Observation indicates that many have forgotten or are
unaware of the correct ratio.)

When you take a few extra seconds to straighten your vehicle and/or
place it approximately equidistant from the two white lines, you help to
ensure that parking is readily available for all.

Thank you for your kind attention!


Waltzing with Widgets said...

Ha ha! (...and I think someone needs to send that email to our building, too.)

Bob said...

When parking space is that limited, it's a lot tougher.
The best is to have wider parking spaces- but that requires more space.

mayberry said...

That could almost go to, but it does have an air of sincerity to it!

Anonymous said...

Hee! That sounds very much like it cane from a technical-type person. Thanks for the smile. And the parking tips. ;)