Legislating Feelings in Schools ← The Definition of “Progressive” Rights Versus Entitlements Hits the Courts (Again) → Rhett Hardwick I am sure I will come to regret this. I think I have a suggestion which would improve “livability” in RI. I suggest that beginning at about the 8th grade, girls be taught a simplified version of Pauli’s Exclusion Principle. Last Friday, I twice sought to park in small parking lots. In one I found a woman, in a huge SUV, parked directly across three parking spaces, in another case two. I find it difficult to express my “feelings”. Christopher C. Reed I’ll settle for the ‘not ducking into the spot while I’m trying to back into it’ principle. Mike678 I am curious why so many feel the need to “back in” to a spot rather than just pull in. What’s the point? Christopher C. Reed Some people might be more comfortable backing into a slot defined by parked cars than out of a space into traffic, especially if they’re driving some colossal pickup. Also, if you’re backed into a space and sitting there with the motor running you can make a rapid getaway before the police arrive when your buddies run back out with the loot from the heist. Basic, right? Mike678 Thanks. I hadn’t considered the advantage of a quick getaway. With the recent inflation talk, you’d thing getting into the store before prices went up would be a priority.