Find Your Locker without Remembering Its Number10 Jun 2014
The Bermuda Triangle isn’t all that different from a parking lot.
For example, is the Wikipedia passage below describing the Bermuda Triangle, or a parking lot?
Popular culture has attributed various disappearances to the paranormal or activity by extraterrestrial beings. Documented evidence indicates that a significant percentage of the incidents were spurious, inaccurately reported, or embellished by later authors.
Hard to say.
Lucky for me, I’ve managed to avoid parking lots since moving to New York City six years ago. But, I’ve found a designated storage space that is as good at hiding things (i.e. my old car) from me as the parking lot – and as disorienting - at 1/100th the size.
Not as cool as it sounds, though.
Imagine rows of nearly identical cubbies stacked one top of the other. A wall of indistinguishable doors.
Each door identical to the next except for a single number, a modest dog tag, which, based on its size and visibility, might be used only to identify cubbies to loved ones should the entire gym burn to the ground.
When I go to a gym or rent ice skates, here’s how I find my cubby:
1. Where is my locker?
2. Could that be my locker?
3. My locker!