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Best Comment Thread of the Year: Blogging L.A.'s "The 5 Worst Trader Joe's Parking Lots in L.A." 

Thursday, Jun 9 2011

Trader Joe’s is known for horrible parking lots, but we never would’ve guessed they were “124 comments and counting” bad. After blogger Queequeg listed what she thought were the five worst TJ lots in town, people chimed in faster than you can say “cheap sushi.” Our personal fave might be the shopper who confided, “I have literally forced myself not to take out another arriving shopper, who, without any, ANY, sense of civility, drove unabashedly past FOUR of us in the Eagle Rock TJ parking lot.”


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