Comment: No

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No

We also don't get to scare off consumers by driving and parking illegally. We also don't get to abuse the employees of a persons private property for trying to be courteous, and allow them to actually use their property appropriately, even though there is no proof they actually shopped or provided a benefit to the property owner.

You have no rights to park on my front lawn, tear up my lawn, and claim because I stop you I am abusing your rights. Give it up.