Monday, March 28, 2011

Free meters = bad

Today in real life: Today is Cesar Chavez Day, which in means parking meters in Denver are free. The result of that is counter-intuitive. All those drivers who usually use pay lots in downtown park on the street instead. That's hundreds of extra cars. By the time I arrive in downtown about 12:45 p.m., there is not a parking space to be had within an eight block radius of my work. I am forced to park farther away than I normally do, walk about a mile and end up being late. I hate free parking days.

Today in writing: I'm in brainstorming mode. I have one solid idea, but that's not enough. I need to come up with a couple more before I have a decent framework for my next story.

Bits and pieces:

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