4.17.2008

Parking Spots Are Hard To Come By

Over the weekend, we headed down to Harding so Caroline could take comprehensive exams for her Master’s Degree. While I was dropping her off at the education building, I took this picture with my cell phone.

Since there’s no way the operator of this particular piece of machinery would have parked around the car, he must have gotten to the spot first. Later on, the car’s driver must have seen this semi-vacant spot and thought to herself (we’re on the female side of campus, next to the education building, so I’m making a gender assumption here), “Yeah, I can park there, no problem.”

I think that’s nuts, but I’m impressed too. I wouldn’t have had the nerve to try it with Jeeves.

4 comments:

ecarson 4/17/08, 4:58 PM  

Luke,

Of course you are talking about Harding. A place in which some on campus students see a need to drive to chapel.

MrsDockery 4/18/08, 11:10 AM  

Thats what we call a "Daniel Haile" parking spot: Not quite a legitimate place to park.

Luke 4/18/08, 12:56 PM  

Eddie,

Yes. And then after chapel, they drive to their next class—usually either in the business or science building.

Luke 4/18/08, 12:57 PM  

V,

It's also very Daniel Haile-esqe in that the person backed into the spot. Daniel was always doing that for no apparent reason.

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