Let's look at the notes.
Normally, I would sympathize. But as you'll see, I might possibly have mildly inconvenienced a person for all of 20 seconds. Doesn't seem worthy of two (2) notes, in my opinion.
The first thing to understand is that the parking garage is rather unforgiving in regards to space and is generally awkward to navigate. This is a drawing of the space.
|It's even worse in real life.|
Next, the note-writer's car was already parked when I arrived.
|I was backing in! Not always so easy to judge.|
|Not a spot of bother.|
|Like a greased Scotsman.|
1. The note writer (falsely) assumed that the proximity of our cars was such that it did not allow for the exiting of my car in a dent-free manner and therefore felt compelled to issue me a stern warning.
2. The note writer had a passenger, who was not confident in their wriggling skills. While this might have been a slight inconvenience, the ambient air temperature at the time of the note--assuming a reasonable post-work time of 5 p.m.--was approximately 65-degrees F. This temperature is not an uncomfortable temperature in which to wait an extra 20 seconds, which I estimate to be the time it would take for the note writer to get in their car, start it and pull forward enough for their passenger to enter in a free and unobstructed manner.
And now that I've made my case, I look forward to having my windows smashed out and my tires slashed. Yay.