So as I was about to get into my car to drive my roommate to work, I found a note under my windshield wiper. It reads:

"If you and your crew can't park in front of your residence, please park across the street. Elderly home owners shouldn't have to park down the street. Can you not parrell park?"

Bolded parts are parts that were underlined in the original note.

I was parked in front of the house next door...that no one lives in. I was only parked there because the neighbors next to us had company. We have also been expressly told by the neighbor across from us not to park anywhere near his house (he parks his giant red truck in such a way that you couldn't even if you wanted to).

But seriously. I'm so glad that walking down the street wore you out enough that instead of knocking on my door and talking to me about your issue, you instead took the effort to walk to my car which was a house away from your house and leave a passive aggressive note that drives the point home that you are a home owner and I am a renter. You'd think in all your years, Elderly home owner, that you would've learned some sort of common courtesy.