the difference between "capital" and "capitol". The latter refers to the building in which a legislative assembly meets... I think. I'm sure I learned this in school, but that was a long time ago. Will I remember which is which tomorrow, or next week? I doubt it.
What? They aren't worried that their cars will be towed? I kept wondering how much the fine was; so, to shut me up, Cliff took one of the envelopes off a car and checked: Five bucks.
His theory is that these people work inside the capitol, and they figure $5 is a cheap price to pay for parking so close to work when the temperature is below freezing.
So, the thing about cars being towed is an idle threat?
|J. C. Penny|
(Did I hear somebody say, "Too late"?)