2 days down, and by the end of each day I am so upset with people. There are so many people complaining every day because they have to park a little bit further. We have a system for parking to try and make it fair. We start at the end of one row and work our way out, then work our way back parking cars behind that row. Yet so many people try to cut out of line and park as close as they can in a row we are not working on even though the lot attendants are trying to wave them down to the officer. Then we have to ask them to move and they get upset wanting to know what difference does it make if they park there and this is so much coser why do I have to drive all the way to end with everyone else. (in that time others see that car and try to do the same thing and they get upset when told to move, if it is busy you get a chain reaction and one pissed off officer). Yesterday was $2 senior day so every other car had a senior citizen and 75% of them could not walk good(yet coming to a 117 acre fair to walk around) I was a heartless jerk and made them all park with everyone else (and let them ride the tractor in, at the end of the day we had golf carts waiting for those who had a hard time getting back to their cars). I had a lot of mothers tell me they could not park with everyone else because they had children, one I told that walking is exercise and exercise is good for children. Another said she had a babay and could not walk far witht he baby so she needed to park in handicap, I told her children are not a disability or handicap go park with everyone else (she got of the car when parked and walked in with the kid in a sport stroller with huge wheels and her bag in a basket in the back) We got yelled at for not having enough handicap spots (law says we need 30 for the size of our lot we have 150) as they all got filled up fast. As soon as peple saw the cars going out far and placard would appear from somewhere. Two people said thank you, one of them I sang your welcome back and they laughed telling me I sounded just the rock in Moana. We definitely see the worst in people when working, but the people I work with we go crazy at the end of the day or do goofy stuff during the day. The lot attendants are teens in green shirts except for Mary a 57 year old black woman. She dances on the street when directing traffig and makes everyone smile, I was working by her for a while and wacing people down the road. Since I was waving my arm and hand in a large circle to wave them down I extended my other had, called out to Mary and showed her some air guitar moves hitting the chords each time my hand came down to wave people on.