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Old 08-02-2011, 06:20 PM   #2255
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Boy, that "at night" part is sure vague.....
The period of darkness between sunset and sunrise?
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Not really that hard is it D and JA ??
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What if you decide to go in the store and shop for more than two hours?????
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What if you decide to go in the store and shop for more than two hours?????
Apparently, you may not...
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Guess it means you can park for hours on end as long as it's day.

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LOOPHOLE*** LOOPHOLE*** LOOPHOLE:

Since the rule only applies to RV's:

Leave 'em on the street and sleep in the (unhitched) toad in the lot!




I, personally, don't anticipate any problems with my setup:

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I, personally, don't anticipate any problems with my setup:

Hehe...your set-up sure saves on the gas....unless you count the out-the-backside type.
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LOOPHOLE*** LOOPHOLE*** LOOPHOLE:

Since the rule only applies to RV's:

Leave 'em on the street and sleep in the (unhitched) toad in the lot!




I, personally, don't anticipate any problems with my setup:

Nice try Francesca but I'm sure there are laws against "live stock" and i'm sure there are laws regarding the dispersion of their "emissions" too.
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Nice try Francesca but I'm sure there are laws against "live stock" and i'm sure there are laws regarding the dispersion of their "emissions" too.
The laws I like are the ones like:
No spitting on the sidewalk
Ladies and gents must were hats

Hey guys we need a new thread----- Crazy laws still on the books
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Nice try Francesca but I'm sure there are laws against "live stock" and i'm sure there are laws regarding the dispersion of their "emissions" too.
But-
Those are service animals.

Walmart Company Policy specifically allows them, and here I quote only the applicable language from the company website:
"What Is A Service Animal?
Service animals are trained to work. Service animals are not always dogs; other animals may assist people. Service animals come in all breeds and sizes. A service animal is not a pet. Service animals assist people in many different ways, such as:
Doing work or performing tasks for persons with intellectual disabilities."

That "intellectual disability" part there, that's me all over.
There's also the fact that I absolutely can't sleep (at night in the above mentioned Walmart lot) without them.

I still think I'm good to go- to sleep!

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Where I lived in Wisconsin the Wal-Mart had Amish parking spots.
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