Thanks to Ken for sending: “This was seen near the Ranger Station in Rock Creek Park this morning”
J. also writes: “The USGS guys doing water sampling in Rock Creek” Read More
700 block of Columbia Road, NW
Thanks to Matt for sending yesterday (Tuesday) around 5pm. Post carbque below: Read More
Thanks to Jonathan for sending this great potential caption contest – go!
Thanks to T. for sending: “Potential sovereign citizen near Costco in NE. Homemade tags?”
Maryland’s MDOT website says: “Depending upon the vehicle, you may request a message with at least 2 and up to 7 characters (numbers and/or letters).”
This is odd, for the past few months (at least since mid-summer) there have been 6 relatively new Toyota Camrys with Florida license plates parked in the alley that runs behind Zips and Bread Furst in Van Ness. 4 of the Camrys are in the former Burger King drive thru lot and 2 are in the larger parking lot where the car wash folks dry off customers cars. The Camrys all now have stickers indicating that they will be towed and impounded, and a couple have flat tires. Read More
On Florida Ave NW between 11th and 13th, there’s a stretch of parking where cars always get broken into. On any given day, there’s 5 broken car windows on the sidewalk. Today seemed like double that. Take a look at this video. Hard to comprehend how the police have done absolutely nothing for years to address this. One of those camera poles would probably have a significant impact.”
To the video: Read More
Thanks to A. for sending: ” Gonna have to side with the note recipient on this one — ample street parking on this block and black car is only inconveniencing the note sender’s sense of parking spot entitlement…” Read More
My Hyundai Elantra was stolen Friday night, which is not shocking. However what I did find shocking was it had a club on it and these thieves managed to remove the club and steal the car. Read More
Thanks to Ray for sending from Dupont: “Never seen this approach before”
Or are we missing something here?
Seen in Dupont on Sunday. How are these still allowed??”