I regret having deleted my Twitter because I just discovered this interesting account. I was reading this article and had to google 'alternate-side parking regulations'. (In Tampa there's no such regulation, but a similar statute exists regarding which side of the street can water their lawns.) I'm left with many questions such as, What exactly are people dumping on the streets of New York that they need to be cleaned so often? What do you do if you need to get your car out but it's been blocked in by your neighbors?
If you forget to move your car and the street sweeper comes by does it just sweep your car up with the rest of the garbage? Alternate-side parking regulations are my new favorite thing for 2015, and I will continue to manually check this account for the excitement of slight variations in the wording. I mean, I can't be the only one interested in how the upper-half lives.