Ordinarily at this thing, there's a sort of understanding. There are featured spots, perpendicular to a travel lane. People gather there to see the featured cars. Other cars, like this Ferrari 430, park in the traffic lane, so there is room for one car or barely two to move through...
Sometimes too, people park by the featured cars, making the travel lane one car only, at least at this pinch point.
Then add people. That sort of understanding i referenced is pretty simple: car wants in, so its driver waits for people to get out of the way. Pretty simple. Not Mr. red Ferrari. His method was to assume that no one would miss him coming (or just breathing hard) and would move by the time he got there. If your plans changed, like, if some photographer wanted a spontaneous shot, well he had just get the fuck out of the way before the 430 rolled past like a princess or say good bye to his toes.
Luckily, I learned never to trust pretentious twits. Or cars in parking lots whose drivers are not paying attention to anything except their own fabulousness. Sometimes, that's not enough
Below, the fin has breached the surface. No, look at the blurry Cayenne, upper right...
|Cue the Jaws Music...|
|There's no groceries or soccer here, tyvm|
|What's that spot on your mirror?|
|That clean spot on your mirror is from me, you stupid ignorant bitch|
|If you had only hung up the phone....|