No, not that kind of pickup line. My son is attending a morning summer school camp. Like many kids there, he has attended it for years. For the last couple years, it’s been held at a local elementary school in a residential neighborhood. The traffic pattern is not unusual. There is a dropoff/pickup line stretching down the street leading to a right turn into the pickup zone and parking lot. The pickup lane is clearly painted on the street with a dividing line, a lane marker and also on signs every 50 feet or so. There are also conditional “No Parking” signs everywhere, though of course they have times on them that correspond to the elementary school pickup and dropoff times, not the times of the summer camp. The camp sent a map with the packet of materials, clearly showing the traffic pattern and what not to do.
Some people didn’t look at the map. Fair enough. Many looked at it, but decided they know better. Typical. Others may be attending for the first time and decided they would just figure it out on their own, I guess. Most, I think, are just completely clueless.