What issue, you ask with perhaps feigned interest? Well, I have a Toyota Corolla. It's a smaller car...certainly in comparison to SUV's and giant "muscle" pick up trucks.
Both they and I in my little car have equal rights (to coin a phrase), to be out, about and thus to park in a parking lot. That's where my trouble comes in.
I will have parked, say, in WallyWorld. All is well with birds singing, sun shining and "Happy Days Are Here Again" being whistled somewhere in the world.
I go into the store... which ever store I am there to go into...and lo! When I come back out my car is either sandwiched between two gigantic behemoth SUV's (or trucks, or one of each!!!) and trying to back out of the space becomes a nightmare. I inch out very slowly only to hear the blare of a horn as I dare trespass just beyond my parking slot to try creeping out each inch of the way hoping to finally be able to see if anyone is coming down the lane so I can back out, turn and leave. I have to move backward for several feet before I can actually see to leave my parking space. That seems to incense those who are cruising the lane behind me to find a spot for them to park. Seeing someone (me) dare to back out slowly and carefully, enables a feature built into their vehicles I guess. The feature makes the vehicle blow its horn several times and perhaps have its owner scream at me for daring to try to leave without positioning spotters that I should have brought along for that
My bad. Tune in tomorrow as another chapter unfolds of "Stuff Happens".
Look at that! A heart. At least my BREAD loves me!