This strikes a nerve! Here is the message that come with the pic submission:
At Forbes and Murray, this car was parked UNDERNEATH the no parking/no stopping sign, at a bus stop… With no hazard light on and a elderly passenger inside who gave US a dirty look for honking before we realized no on was in the driver seat.
Yesssssss… why NOT park there? There’s plenty of room to drive around cars like you in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill area—if you’re a subcompact version of a subcompact half of Smart Car (which by the way is the size of one of those grocery store baskets!)
Without the explanation, you look at the picture and probably ask yourself, “Is this person parked… and too far away from the curb or is this person just sitting in traffic?” But armed with the fact that there is no driver, ya pretty much know this is total JAGOFFERY.
Is this a Squirrel Hill version of the “Red Box I’m Only Gonna Be a Second But Then Really Took 10 Minutes to Pick Out a New Movie” parking jobs that suburbanites do at the front door of Giant Eagles at shopping center grocery stores that have Red Box?
If you’re gonna sit and block traffic in the Squirrel Hill area, how about doing it at the outbound tunnel entrance where everyone ELSE is blocking traffic by stopping for no good reason, Ya Jagoff!
Special Thanks to Julie A for submitting the pic and being our Honorary Jagoff Catcher!
We are yakkin with legendary Pittsburgh concert promoter Rich Engler.
Ohhhh does he give us good scoop on Gene Simmons, Springsteen and those crazy 15 M&M concert riders!
Plus, he has a book about this stuff, “Behind the Stage Door.”
You KNOW you have some old concert tickets with his name on them.
Go purchase Rich’s Book by clicking on the cover below.
Behind The Stage Door is a ride through the years and a compilation of 80 tracks (chapters) and over 300 photos, posters, and admats from Rich Engler’s personal collection.
SPECIAL THANKS TO:
For the production!
(They are both AWWWWWWWESOME!)
This is one of those stories where you’re not sure if it came from Florida or Fayette County. Unfortunately, this one is from Fayette County and it has made the national news.
A 42 year old guy and a 63 year old guy were golfing at Springdale Golf Course in South Union Township on Sunday of all days… a day of peace! They started to argue about some water hazard stuff on the 5th hole and, by the 7th hole, they were going all “Mrs. Tiger Woods” on each other ALLEGEDLY.
See story on KDKA.com
So to sum it up, these guys got T’d off at each other. Now there’s a wedge between their friendship. No word on if one said something to the other about their old bags however, they did get to a point where there was some serious clubbing going down. Now it appears as if their friendship is hitting a rough patch.
Boys…golf is supposed to be a gentleman’s game but, then again, maybe hip checks would finally add some excitement to the Sunday afternoon golf matches. Every golfer could be allotted one hip check to use on a tee and a green during any given match. Just make sure you don’t leave your cleats on the check. That would be a two-minute charging penalty.
Better go back to hitting through the windmills and over the waterfalls at the local putt-putt course cuz your conduct is unbecoming of a golfer… but.. it may also be PAR for Fayette County! Thanks for embarrassing the rest of us in the national news. We hear that John Daly wants you on his ProAM MMA golf tour, Ya Jagoffs!