Tuesday, June 22, 2010


Happy Tuesday, you. So, as I mentioned before, Curiosity is based in downtown Cincinnati. The office is new and awesome, and the building is very nice. The location seems to be pretty ideal, business-wise.

But that’s beside the point. I’m from northeast Ohio so I don’t really know the area that well, not to mention I have a superhuman talent to never get to my destination smoothly on the first try. And much to my surprise this morning, the route I take to get to my parking place was closed. I drove my car sleepily down the hill towards the parking lot, only to find large orange barriers blocking off the entire road.

Me: Hi, Cincinnati. I need to park there.

Cincinnati: No. No, Warren you need to drive around for another 25 minutes, creep some guy out by stopping to ask for directions, and constantly be just one wrong turn away from ending up in Kentucky.

Me: Yes, Cincinnati. Sorry for bothering you.

Cincinnati: That’s what I thought.
Bottom line—If you’re not used to city travel, you’re in for some “life experiences.”

Wisdom by Warren:
Don’t burn bridges. Arson is a felony.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kentucky isn't that bad of a place!

July 1, 2010 at 7:26 PM  

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