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This time we tried being very proactive in letting people know not to park in unauthorized spaces. In addition to the signs, the staff member on duty was using the intercom speakers to alert drivers. Some people just won't listen. READ THE FAQs BEFORE COMMENTING MUSIC: Church of 8 Wheels, Otis McDonald The Hero Steps Up, Dougie Wood Miles Beyond, Quincas Moreira READ THE FAQs BEFORE COMMENTING: Q: Why are cars towed from your lot? A: Because they're parked illegally and take up space our customers need, 24 hours. Q: But it's night-time. Businesses are closed at night. Do you really have to tow at night? A: Yes. This business is NOT closed at night. It's very common for techs to visit in the overnight times in order to do maintenance on servers and systems. It's also possible that deliveries may need to be made during after-hours times. Q: You suck. A: That's not a question, but I get the point. And I've heard it all before. I understand you think you've got a witty, original insult for me. You probably don't. Save yourself the humiliation. Q: Do you read the comments? A: Sometimes against my better judgement, generally, yes. Q: Why don't you just rent out spaces and make money? A: Because that would eliminate parking spaces for the real customers of the business. It's not worth the few bucks. Q: Do you get paid a fee or kickback for the towed cars? A: No. Q: Are there signs posted about not to park? A: Yes. No fewer than 6. Usually more if they're not damaged or destroyed. Q: How many cameras do you have? A: More than 60. Some you can see, some are hidden. Q: What kind of cameras do you use? A: A lot of different kinds, based on the application. Q: Do you feel bad for these people who get towed? A: Most of the time, not really. Q: Why are you making fun of the people who get towed? A: I'm not. I'm posting the videos because I think they're entertaining and educational. Q: How come you never post videos of cars that belong there? A: Because that wouldn't be entertaining at all. It would be completely boring. Q: Why don't you stop people from parking? A: Sometimes we do! It all depends on if we are able to catch what's happening live, but the company's techs have their jobs to do and are not always available to have their eyes glued to the parking lot cameras and be able to run outside.
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Relive the moment Leonardo da Vinci’s ‘Salvator Mundi’ sold for $450,312,500 (including 50 million of buyer’s premium). The rediscovered masterpiece by the Renaissance master sells for an historic $450,312,500, obliterating the previous world record for the most expensive work of art at auction. Post-War and Contemporary Art Evening Sale totals $785,942,250 On a historic night at Christie’s in New York, Salvator Mundi, a depiction of Christ as ‘Saviour of the World’ by one of history’s greatest and most renowned artists, sold for $450,312,500 / £342,182,751 (including buyer’s premium), becoming the most expensive painting ever sold at auction. This stunning price reflects the extreme rarity of paintings by Leonardo da Vinci — there are fewer than 20 in existence acknowledged as being from the artist’s own hand, and all apart from Salvator Mundi are in museum collections. The global interest in a work that has been hailed as the greatest artistic rediscovery of the last 100 years saw a rapt audience of nearly 1,000 art collectors, dealers, advisors, journalists and onlookers packed into the main auction room at Rockefeller Center, with many thousands more tuning in via a live stream. Since the sale of Salvator Mundi was announced on 10 October at Christie’s, almost 30,000 people have flocked to Christie’s exhibitions of the ‘Male Mona Lisa’ in Hong Kong, London, San Francisco and New York — the first time the painting had ever been shown to the public in Asia or the Americas.
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Having trapped his hand in a teapot, Mr Bean arrives at the hospital in his mini and blocks an ambulance in. He has a fight with a lady in bandages as he tries to jump the queue to be seen first. From the 13th Mr Bean programme 'Goodnight Mr Bean'. Stay tuned, click here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkAGrHCLFmlK3H2kd6isipg?sub_confirmation=1 Welcome to the Official Mr Bean channel! To find out more about Mr Bean visit: http://www.mrbean.com Mr Bean on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/mrbean Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/mrbean Best Cartoon Moments Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_cY2AWQOTE&index=1&list=PLC1EDzqtkrh_Zj67UUTZZmRfrgqwyZNlW