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Parking One Time? Tod Wicks
In most of the world a large white P on a blue background is the symbol for "parking." You can find parking lots, parking garages, and parking spaces on streets by looking for the big P.

Here's one that has added information. At first glance it appears that you can park in this spot only once. Wow! How would they enforce that kind of ordinance anyway? Keep track of the license plate number of the cars parked there over the years? What happens if you park there more than one time?

Uh-oh, you've just realized that you were in Denmark. You finally understand that "1 time" means "1 hour" in Danish. Pronounced tim-uh.

Photo contributed by Per Toft of Denmark.


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Tod Wicks
A life-long "telephone man," he has installed and repaired residential and commercial telephone systems, designed circuits, programmed PBXs and fiber optic systems, as well as taught end users and customer engineers how to use and maintain their systems.  For this field of expertise, Tod has traveled throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia during his 40-year-long career.
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