Hi. Were you the young guy parked in the handicapped spot on 2nd street, you know the 2 only spots in the parking lot that were both taken and somehow you squeezed in between the two cars with handicapped signs, and you were alone in the car without a handicapped sign ?
Or perhaps you were the one parked without a handicapped sign at the shul when I wanted to go and daven and could not, so I turned around and went home because the only other spot available was 2 blocks away?
Or perhaps you were the one parked in the handicapped spot without a handicapped sign in your car window on Clifton when (excuse me) I had to go to the bathroom and you were parked there illegally so I double parked and blocked you in?
Or perhaps you were the one parked without a handicap sign at Shoprite when the parking lot was so full and I had to park far from the entrance and walked to the store in great pain?
Or perhaps you were the one that parked illegally at the bais medrash were I learn and had to circle around for 20 minutes until a found a legal spot five blocks away, and by the time I got to my chavrusa it was difficult to learn because of the extreme pain in my legs?
Or perhaps you were the one parked illegally the hundreds of times that many other handicapped people were left stranded because you were not considerate and caused immeasurable pain and suffering to all those people left stranded because of you?
By the way, there are many states that allow handicapped people to issue tickets if they can’t park in their spot because of such people.
These inconsiderate chotim will one day also get the opportunity to issue such tickets when someone inconsiderate parks in their handicapped spot.