Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Pray and Display

Find a parking space anywhere you go...
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A cunning idea, flawed only by its infringement on the law: a simple self-adhesive sticker with the words 'Police Aware' on it ( as seen on abandoned vehicles) that sticks onto your car window and thus allows you to park anywhere you like. No car park spaces? Park up a verge/in a housing estate/on the roof. It is unlikely that anyone will ask any questions, as the sticker will imply that the police already know. Genius.
neon, Jun 16 2002

Interesting story, Includes pertintent citation http://216.239.35.1...ty%22&hl=en&ie=UTF8
See Cummings, supra, 40 Cal.App.4th at p. 1643 (that is, if you're allowed to view the page.) [reensure, Jun 16 2002]

The REAL Anti-Parking Ticket System http://www.halfbake...g_20Ticket_20System
Create a spot. [phoenix, Jun 17 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Parking Ticket Escapabilititator http://www.halfbake...20Escapabilititator
By not using a parking space. [phoenix, Jun 17 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Anti-Parking Ticket Sticker http://www.halfbake..._20Ticket_20Sticker
Mutually Assured Destruction. [phoenix, Jun 17 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

Windscreen Wiper Shocker http://www.halfbake...n_20Wiper_20Shocker
Mutually Assured Destruction redux. [phoenix, Jun 17 2002, last modified Oct 04 2004]

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       I think you're begging to get your car towed, and losing it completely on further appeal. Sorry, but the server at the link provided must be authorized to serve the page only if linked to directly, so you won't be able to explore the cited case law to any great extent from that node.
reensure, Jun 16 2002
  

       I assume you're not 100% serious with this one? It's a brilliant idea, but not necessarily a legal one... Fun to implement on your own but not marketable. It's more of a teenage prank.
polartomato, Jun 16 2002
  

       I think a better "pray and display" notice would be:   

       "priest giving last rites"
yamahito, Jun 17 2002
  
      
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