I have been living at this duplex house now since May. Apparently some guy moved in one of the units just before school started. Don't know him, never met him. Actually I didn't know anyone even lived there until a couple weeks ago. I have seen him a few times, and he looks like an a**hole, that was the vibe I got off him. Always talking real loud outside my door on his cell phone, complaining about how he hates Michigan so much. Apparently all the sudden he decides he wants to start parking in our parking lot, i'm guess because he keeps getting tickets from parking in the street over night. Me, my roomate, and the rest of the neighbors already have our parking situation established. We have been parking in the same exact spots ever since last May, no problems. Last week I woke up, and this a**holes car is parked so it not only blocks me in, but also my roomate. We figure mabey he was drunk, or in a hurry, or something so we let it slide. Then... Last night I was with some people working on an assignment, and I came home for a few mintuts to eat real quick. When I go to leave to go meet up with my group again I discover that a**hole just blocked me in, AND my roomate. We could get out if we wanted to drive on the lawn and over the curb. That's not good for the car. I was pretty pissed. Woke up this mourning to drive to my class...still blocked in. So what am I to do with this ****ing a**hole? That has to be one of the rudest inconsiderate things I have ever seen someone do. Reminds me of double parking in the big cities. What goes thought this guys mind? "Hey lets just park here like I own the place, lets block in the neighbors so they can't go anywhere, I'm not going to knock on there door and talk to them, no way they have things they have to do, duhhh". What were going to do is park on the edge so he can't get in and park. I don't really want a feud, but this is just stupid. If he would of just came to us and said he wants to park there we would have worked something out. It's war now! What do you people think about this?