If you've ever been to New York City, or even seen a movie or television show that takes place in the big apple, you probably have an idea what a nightmare traffic and parking can be in that city. They have some restrictions that can be a real pain in the butt, like alternate side parking, but Mayor Michael Bloomberg says if the world ends tomorrow as some people believe, residents won't have to worry about parking.

Speaking in his weekly radio address today, the Mayor reassured residents about the parking restrictions, adding "I don't think you have to worry about returning library books, or parking tickets either." Bus shelters and subways have been plastered with ads from Harold Camping of the California-based Family Radio Network, stating that the world will end May 21st.