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A Round and a Roundy: Parking? Lots — If You’re a Cop

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Editorial cartoon of Bill Roundy by editorial cartoonist Bill Roundy.
Editorial cartoon of Bill Roundy by editorial cartoonist Bill Roundy.
Editorial cartoon of Bill Roundy by editorial cartoonist Bill Roundy.

Just as everything looks like a nail to a hammer, everything looks like parking to a cop.

And just as everything looks like satire to an editorial cartoonist, our scribe Bill Roundy has done it again: Mocking the police at their own game.

Earlier this month, Roundy read our coverage about how the NYPD top brass sent a memo to all officers reminding them that it's illegal to park in bike lanes, on sidewalks, in bus lanes and in "no parking" zones. And then he read our follow-up coverage showing how police were ignoring the memo and parking as they always park: illegally.

So he crafted this week's instant classic.

All of Bill Roundy's cartoons are archived here.

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