Sorry it is blurry
Now let me tell you the backstory of this 'secure' entry into the garage.
This bar is unforgiving.
The very first day we lived here I knocked the bar arm thing off of the machine that lifts it up and down because I tried to just go in behind someone who already scanned their card to open it. I quickly learned that this bar has no motion sensor or anything to tell it that it is about to crash into your windshield, and it moves fast. You scan your card to open it, and you had better book it to the gate, or you will be it's next victim.
So this bar is seen rolling in the street all the time. It gets knocked down, and it will be off for a few weeks before it is replaced. Aaron and I find it quite funny that we will leave for dinner and it will be attached, and return an hour later and it is gone again. Like why do they even bother?
But then sometimes something like this happens in the middle of the day!
The picture is terrible quality, but this is a car belonging to one of our neighbors propped up on two bricks, with its wheels apparently stolen. This actually happens outside of the projects?! yup.
All I can do is just laugh about the weird things that happen and don't make any sense.
Then this afternoon I got this email:
With detailed instructions on how not to knock the bar down.
and I LOLed forever.