As stated, they are only parked by E Concourse in case of an airplane having to be parked in a remote location, or in the event of the ATL
subway train that moves between the terminals.
With the way they are currently parked, if you ever fly out of E-35, you will notice that upon pushback, the plane will then be pulled up a little towards the turn onto the taxiways. The reason for this is if a plane was unhooked from the towbar immediately after pushback, the jetblast could severely damage the movers. For some reason, ATL
cannot find a better place to park them. All that open space, no place to put them.
I don't have a microwave, but I do have a clock that occasionally cooks shit.