Today's social dilemma came from something that happened to a friend of mine over the last weekend. Of course it was the official start of the Christmas shopping season with Black Friday and all, and parking spots are sometimes hard to come by. Well, when she was looking for a parking spot, she saw this. A man sitting in a fold up chair saving a parking spot for someone. She did take a minute to roll down the window and ask him what was up, and he said he was saving the spot for his buddy who was on his way there. She said it wasn't fair, they argued, the guy wouldn't leave so my friend went looking for another spot. What do you think about this? Is this okay to do?? I really don't think it is. I think parking spots go to the first person WITH A CAR who finds the spot. Not somebody just sitting there waiting for another car to come in. I've seen people do it before and it makes me angry. I feel like there should be a law or at least a store policy against it, but so far, I've never heard of anything like that. So what do you think? Is it okay to save a parking spot for someone, or should this kind of thing be banned. I say ban it. What about you? Let me know on the TRY Facebook page!
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