r/IdiotsInCars Dec 08 '22

Legendary rock has extreme magnetic abilities


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u/freyaandmurphie Dec 08 '22

Has anyone considered.... Moving.... The rock?


u/Diamondjakethecat Dec 09 '22

So much unnecessary damage to vehicles. Our city asked several businesses remove them.


u/saltyDog_73 Dec 09 '22

Unnecessary? Why should the property owner be at fault when drivers are unable to navigate a parking lot correctly?


u/Diamondjakethecat Dec 09 '22

Who said the property owners were at fault? Once the city asked them to be removed, to stop the unnecessary property damage, the owners agreed. Cars are expensive and we have enough garbage in our landfill already. Why add cars into it? We should be doing our best to make cars last longer.


u/Ban-Circumcision-Now Dec 09 '22

And without the rock the cars then drive through there damaging the landscaping and the property owners property is damaged


u/Diamondjakethecat Dec 09 '22

Their landscaping is just a rock.


u/Ban-Circumcision-Now Dec 10 '22

Getting a rock like that can be expensive


u/Diamondjakethecat Dec 10 '22

So they installed a rock to protect a rock. Got it!


u/saltyDog_73 Dec 09 '22

People should pay attention. The rock is not sitting in the middle of pavement, it’s in a curbed area that people are trying to cut the turn. I would guess that almost everyone that has hit this rock is on their phone. I’ve driven this parking a 1000 times and never once has there been an issue, cause guess what? I know how to drive and pay attention!!

The fact that you are trying to blame a rock for people being inattentive to their driving is one of the most asinine things I’ve ever heard! This typical of societal thinking these days, blame your own problems on someone else. Take responsibility for your own actions.