Geek Media

For some unknown reason, sometimes people in the media want to hear the moronic ravings and thoughts of The Parking Ticket Geek.

Here’s a collection of videos, podcasts, weblinks of the Geek in the news.

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On Outside the Loop Radio, the Geek and Mike Stephen talk about how all the snow the city has been receiving could turn into a parking ticket if drivers are not careful. Listen here! 2/20/14

 

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The Geek talks to WBBM 780′s Regine Schlessinger about how snowed in drivers are getting tickets for not moving their cars for 7 days on 2/18/14.

 

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Listen to Mike Stephen and the Geek talk winter driving tips on Outside the Loop Radio 1/9/14

 

The Geek joins WGN Radio’s Mike McConnell on 1/3/2013.

 

Here’s the Geek on WBEZ’s Curious City series talking about pickup truck restrictions.

 

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The Geek and the SpotHero boys joins Nick Digilio again on 3/24/12

Here’s the Nick D. podcast.

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The Geek is in the WGN Radio studios on the Nick D. Show 2/5/12. Here’s the podcast.

Mr. Geek chimes in on an NBC 5 investigation on 10/19/11

View more videos at: http://nbcchicago.com.

TimeOut Chicago has a meter related question for the Geek in the 2/5/11 issue.

Geek joins Melissa Forman on WCIU’s You & Me In The Morning on 11/30/10

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WGN’s Nick Digilio has The Parking Ticket Geek on for an hour on Sat. 11/27/10. Here’s the podcast.

Chicagoist Podcast host Karl Klockars talks to the Geek about street cleaning in Chicago 4/5/10


Listen to the Smart Mouth podcast with the Reader’s Mick Dumke & the Geek 3/28/10


The Expired Meter’s first joint reporting effort with Fox News Chicago 3/8/10


The Geek joins Good Morning Chicago on Fox 32 to discuss RLC issues 3/4/10


The Geek discusses Mayor Daley’s alleged 5-minute grace period 2/16/10

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Outside The Loop Radio invites the Geek back to talk parking 1/18/10

Medill Reports journalist Marla Friedman interviews the Parking Ticket Geek 1/14/10



The Geek talks red light cameras with Luis on Vocalo 1/11/10

Note: Geek’s interview starts at approx. 114th minute.

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Kevin O’Neil from the CTA Tattler & The Parking Ticket Geek on ChicagoNow Radio 1/9/10

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The Trib talks to the Geek about meter rate increases 12/31/09


New rates are coming, the Geek talks with FOX 32 News 12/30/09


Garrard McClendon talks to the Geek on CLTV’s Garrard McClenndon Live 12/22/09


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Listen to the podcast of the Geek on WGN’s ChicagoNow Radio 12/12/09


The Geek joins WGN TV News to discuss frozen parking meters 12/10/09


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Sun-Times reporter Chris Fusco ask the Geek about ticket writing TMAs 12/5/09


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Bob Sirott talks to The Geek on WGN Radio, Part 1 and Part 2 on 12/2/09


Fox 32′s Nancy Pender interviews The Geek about winter parking ban 11/30/09

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Listen to The Geek crash Outside the Loop Radio’s 3rd anniversary party 11/26/09


The Geek teaches Vocalo listeners “How To Beat A Parking Ticket.” 9/29/09



The Parking Ticket Geek makes his first appearance on Chicago Tonight February 2009

4 Responses to Geek Media

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  2. Sotheavy says:

    I had received a ticket for $200 for inproper/no city of chicago sticker. I live in Northlake, IL and my car is register in Northlake and I have a city sticker for Northlake. I went to contest the ticket in person and the judge found me guilty because my mother was the co-signer and her name is the second name on the registeration(which will be removed to prevent further tickets.) But I’m the only one on the car title. I was told since she resides in chicago I need to purchase a city of chicago sticker also. Regardless of where my car is registered I need to purchase one for Chicago because one name on the registeration is a resident of Chicago. How can you purchase a city sticker without being registered there, since you need a registeration ID card to purchase a city sticker. Can you be registered in two cities? I searched online but there is no information regarding same stated registrations. But the information I found stated you need to register your car where you reside. Which is what I’ve done. Yet I have to pay City of Chicago $200 for not having a Chicago sticker even though I don’t live or is registered in Chicago.

  3. The Parking Ticket Geek says:

    Sotheavy,

    That’s a big bunch of CRAP! You’re a Northlake resident, with the vehicle registered in Northlake.

    The Administrative Law Judge is a MORON! Please email the name of the judge to: info@theexpiredmeter.com

    Your plight has ruined my day.

    Personally, I would NEVER pay that ticket. But that’s just me.

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