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Alex319 (Alex319)
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Now that's an expensive parking spot!
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Does the "price" include a parking ticket?
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Anything to do with the variation of Monopoly where you pay fines into "Free Parking"?

Expensive to buy (as a plot)? Or expensive to park in?
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I read a magazine article that say one certain spot is worth over the cost of a house! is that it?
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is this part of a story about someone parking someplace? as a result having to dish out a large sum of money?
over $500?
is any transfer of money relevant?
was the spot marked as "free parking?" was there a sign?
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Does the "price" include a parking ticket? No

Anything to do with the variation of Monopoly where you pay fines into "Free Parking"? No

Expensive to buy (as a plot)? No Or expensive to park in? Yope

I read a magazine article that say one certain spot is worth over the cost of a house! is that it? I hve heard of that article too. No that particular article is not relevant but "the cost of a house" is.

is this part of a story about someone parking someplace? as a result having to dish out a large sum of money? No
over $500? N/A
is any transfer of money relevant? No
was the spot marked as "free parking?" Yes was there a sign? Yes
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Was it free parking "... with $XXX purchase at ..."? or "... for XYZ customers only", with XYZ being a very expensive establishment?
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Would the parking spot refer to a common place one would park a common car?
in a parking lot?
in a public place? private place?

does this have to do with construction of a parking area?

that which is referred to as "expensive" is it..
the cost of parking a vehicle?
the cost of something else related to a vehicle?
the cost of maintenance?
the cost of construction?
the monetary value of anything?

the expense of something other than money?
time?
human life? health?
property damage?
some kind of loss?
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Would the parking spot refer to a common place one would park a common car? Yes
in a parking lot? No
in a public place? private place? It was on private property but the spot was open to the public

does this have to do with construction of a parking area? No

that which is referred to as "expensive" is it..
the cost of parking a vehicle?
the cost of something else related to a vehicle?
the cost of maintenance?
the cost of construction?
the monetary value of anything? Yes

the expense of something other than money? No
time?
human life? health?
property damage?
some kind of loss?
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are these relevant?
1 person?
2-5 people?
over 10 people?
1 vehicle?
more than 1 vehicle?
specific geographical location?
date?
crimes? law?
law suit?
vehicular damage?
snow? weather?

it is a spot of real value because of some attributes?

relevant who parks in the spot?
could I park there?
have you ever parked there?

is it in an urban location? rural? suburb? shopping district? financial district?
is it along a public road?

does the wording of the statement mean..
now it is expensive (though it wasn't before)?
or "hey that's an expensive spot"

did someone bill someone else? threaten to?
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do the people pay a lot to park in this spot?

do cars have the ability to be damaged in this spot? is this spot somehow dangerous to park in? near a cliff? under trees where birds can poo and damage the paint?

is it important what private establishment is on the property? do people come to visit something while there? museum? castle? gardens? stores? are there many parking spots or just one? if many, are there many expensive spots or just one expensive spot? is this in u.s. or u.k.? if u.s. is it a big city like new york city? is there a parking meter at this spot?
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1 person?
2-5 people?
over 10 people?
1 vehicle?
more than 1 vehicle?
specific geographical location?
date?
crimes? law?
law suit?
vehicular damage?
snow? weather?
No to all but "people". The person that parks in the spot is of course relevant, as is the person/organization that put the sign there...

it is a spot of real value because of some attributes? Noish ... there's nothing particularly valuable about that parking spot ... there is in fact another parking lot down the block which costs a normal amount of money and is rarely full

relevant who parks in the spot? Yesish
could I park there? Yes
have you ever parked there? No, irrelevant

is it in an urban location? Yes rural? suburb? shopping district? financial district?
is it along a public road? Yes

does the wording of the statement mean..
now it is expensive (though it wasn't before)?
or "hey that's an expensive spot" More like this one - no "it wasn't before" is mentioned

did someone bill someone else? No, I don't believe so threaten to? Also no

do the people pay a lot to park in this spot? No

do cars have the ability to be damaged in this spot? Not any more than in any other spot is this spot somehow dangerous to park in? No near a cliff? No under trees where birds can poo and damage the paint? No

is it important what private establishment is on the property? Yes do people come to visit something while there? Yes museum? castle? gardens? stores? But none of these are there many parking spots or just one? if many, are there many expensive spots or just one expensive spot? There are about four to six parking spots, of which two are "expensive", although the numbers are not really relevant is this in u.s. or u.k.? U.S. if u.s. is it a big city like new york city? It is in Seattle but not particularly relevant is there a parking meter at this spot? No
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Was it free parking "... with $XXX purchase at XYZ"? or "... for XYZ customers only", with XYZ being a very expensive establishment?
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Was it free parking "... with $XXX purchase at XYZ"? No but OTRT or "... for XYZ customers only" Like this but not exactly, with XYZ being a very expensive establishment? Wasn't particularly expensive for the kind of thing that it is
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would a tourist go there to see something? take a tour? spend a night?
is it on an island?
are geographical properties relevant?
is it in a "rich & famous" type of neighborhood?
do you need some entitlement before you can park there?
does a sign say anything else relevant other than free parking?
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would a tourist go there to see something? take a tour? spend a night? No
is it on an island? No
are geographical properties relevant? I don't know what you mean by this
is it in a "rich & famous" type of neighborhood? No
do you need some entitlement before you can park there? No
does a sign say anything else relevant other than free parking? Yes
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Was there a time limit on free parking?

Was it for specific cars ( models ) only? specific drivers? car owners? passengers? a certain type of customers of the establishment?
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quote:

are geographical properties relevant? I don't know what you mean by this



isthmus, peninsula, cliff, bay...?

does it say "Free parking with..."?
does the sign say that you need something if you want to park there?
do you need to display something in your windshield?
does it threaten with some kind of action if you don't have something?
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isthmus, peninsula, cliff, bay...? Nothing like that

does it say "Free parking with..."? Not exactly but close
does the sign say that you need something if you want to park there? Noish
do you need to display something in your windshield? No
does it threaten with some kind of action if you don't have something? No
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"free parking for" ?
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free parking if?
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Free parking for?
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Was there a time limit on free parking?

Was it for specific cars ( models ) only? specific drivers? car owners? passengers? a certain type of customers of the establishment?
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"free parking for" ? Yes

Was there a time limit on free parking? No

Was it for specific cars ( models ) only? No specific drivers? No car owners? no passengers? No a certain type of customers of the establishment? Yes, for svv of "customers"
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Is this a parking spot for a commercial space traveler?
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Free parking for visitors only?
Free parking for [person's name]?
Free parking for [person's occupation]?
Free parking for [named qualification of people]
is it considered a desirable spot?
does it have relevant proximity to a building?
explore building?
is parking hard to find in the vicinity?
do many different people park there over time?
few different people?
one person exclusively?
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s this a parking spot for a commercial space traveler? No

Free parking for visitors only? A specific type of visitor
Free parking for [person's name]? No
Free parking for [person's occupation]? No
Free parking for [named qualification of people] Yesish
is it considered a desirable spot? Yes
does it have relevant proximity to a building? Yes
explore building? Yes
is parking hard to find in the vicinity? Not particularly
do many different people park there over time? Yes
few different people?
one person exclusively?
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is it a handicapped parking space? possibly those who park in it who are not handicapped might get a parking ticket, which causes it to be pricey to them?
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is it a handicapped parking space? possibly those who park in it who are not handicapped might get a parking ticket, which causes it to be pricey to them? No
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is the building a shop? office? hotel?
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are there people who visit this building and are not allowed to park in that spot?

the building...
is achitecture rel?
old building? new building?
does it contain offices? have windows? contain something valuable? something relevant on the grounds? does one need to pay to get in?

would a visitor enter the building?
would the visitor want to see different rooms in the building?
would the visitor want to see something outside the building?
does the building have historical significance?
is it municipal? government? former residence?

relevant category of people who would want to visit?
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are there people who visit this building and are not allowed to park in that spot? Yes

the building...
is achitecture rel? No
old building? new building? New
does it contain offices? No have windows? Yes contain something valuable? No something relevant on the grounds? No does one need to pay to get in? No

would a visitor enter the building? Yes
would the visitor want to see different rooms in the building? Yes
would the visitor want to see something outside the building? Maybe
does the building have historical significance? No
is it municipal? No government? No former residence? No

relevant category of people who would want to visit? Yes
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you missed my questions
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is the building a shop? office? hotel? No
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Is this building used by / for :
government?
political organization?
research group?
industrial, utility or service company? office building? manufacturing plant? storage? retail space? other auxiliary structure?
non-profit organization?
media / entertainment group?
academic or educational organization?
religious organization?
agricultural organization?
transportation?
community services?
healthcare?
recreation?
residences?

Would it be better described as "structure" (?) or complex (?) rather than "building"?
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Would one come to the building to see something? do something significant?
does the visitor always always initiate the visit? or would a visitor be invited? another arrangement of how the visit is initiated?
would someone leave with less money than they arrived with?
is the staff relevant?
is the parking for staff?
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Is this building used by / for :
...
residences? Yes

Would it be better described as "structure" (?) or complex (?) rather than "building"? No

Would one come to the building to see something? Yes do something significant? Possibly this also
does the visitor always always initiate the visit? Yes or would a visitor be invited? another arrangement of how the visit is initiated?
would someone leave with less money than they arrived with? Possibly
is the parking for staff? No
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do people live in the building?

if so can they park in the spot?
do people come to the building to visit people? to see people?
when one visits the building does one mostly walk around and observe? mostly sit?
would there be a guide in the building?
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do people live in the building? Yes

if so can they park in the spot? No
do people come to the building to visit people? to see people? Of course people are there when they come to visit, but that's not their main purpose
when one visits the building does one mostly walk around and observe? Yes mostly sit?
would there be a guide in the building? Yes
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Would you find such type of building in one place only? in many places? in many countries? at least one in each country?
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do visitors observe things hanging on a wall? items in cases? items set up on the floor? text? art? video? animals? do they do anything relevant other than observe?
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Would you find such type of building in one place only? in many places? Yes in many countries? Yes at least one in each country? Yes

do visitors observe things hanging on a wall? items in cases? items set up on the floor? text? art? video? animals? Possibly all of these except "animals" are not likely do they do anything relevant other than observe? Yes
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can souvenirs be purchased?
do the visitors want to see something about the building? architecture? original furniture?

or could all the items be moved into any building and still be attractive?
are these relevant to visitors... age? nationality? gender? class? occupation? family status? educational status? income?
do all the visitors drive cars?

is the building related to science? medecine? information? technology?
does the building serve another purpose other than amusing visitors?
do the items of interest serve another purpose other than amusing visitors?
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can souvenirs be purchased? No
do the visitors want to see something about the building? Yes architecture? Possibly original furniture? Possibly

or could all the items be moved into any building and still be attractive? FA
are these relevant to visitors... age? nationality? gender? class? occupation? family status? educational status? income? None
do all the visitors drive cars? Irrelevant

is the building related to science? medecine? information? technology? None of them; remember I said the buildings were residences
does the building serve another purpose other than amusing visitors? Yes
do the items of interest serve another purpose other than amusing visitors? Yes
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do visitors interact with the residents?
you indicated that we could classify the visitors...by
any social classification?
any physical classification?
any hereditary classification?
any political classification?
any classification based on their experiences?
any classification based on their interests?
any classification whatsoever?
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do visitors interact with the residents? Possibly
you indicated that we could classify the visitors...by
any social classification?
any physical classification?
any hereditary classification?
any political classification?
any classification based on their experiences?
any classification based on their interests? Yesish
any classification whatsoever? Yes
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would you guess the average visit would be
1? 2? 3? 4? 5? more? hours... overnight? longer?
is the building's purpose related to religion? royalty?
would you guess the building is publicly? privately owned?
do the residents pay to live there?
might some residents leave the building to go to work? shop?
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would you guess the average visit would be
1? 2? Probably about one or two hours 3? 4? 5? more? hours... overnight? longer?
is the building's purpose related to religion? No royalty? No
would you guess the building is publicly? No privately owned? Yes
do the residents pay to live there? They don't pay a monthly fee, but they paid to buy it in the first place
might some residents leave the building to go to work? Yes shop? Yes
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Does the building house a casino or a gambling den of some kind? Is any sort of luck or betting involved?

Is it an auction house?

Is the 'qualification' vague or misleading, causing 'unqualified' members to park there and hence forfeit the free parking?

Would it actually be free for the 'qualified' ?

Anything significant about the other 4-5 spots?

Is there some kind of charity or donation involved?
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Does the building house a casino or a gambling den of some kind? Is any sort of luck or betting involved? No to both

Is it an auction house? No. Don't forget I said they were residences.

Is the 'qualification' vague or misleading, causing 'unqualified' members to park there and hence forfeit the free parking? Noish

Would it actually be free for the 'qualified' ? Yes

Anything significant about the other 4-5 spots? There are about 8 spots. 6 of them are for the people who live there. The other two have this "free parking with qualification".

Is there some kind of charity or donation involved? No
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Is it a retirement home?
So the free parking would only be for senior citizens? Lol that would be sad coz the 6 spots for the residents would also be for senior citizens sadly :D where would everyone else park?

Is it a new building with 6 flats, so 6 parking spots for the residents, some of the flats are unoccupied, so 2 spots for potential buyers, who probably buy a flat in there and so indirectly that particular spot cost them a good deal financially?

Sorry if I'm on the wrong track.
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Is it a retirement home? No
So the free parking would only be for senior citizens? Lol that would be sad coz the 6 spots for the residents would also be for senior citizens sadly :D where would everyone else park? No

Is it a new building with 6 flats, so 6 parking spots for the residents, some of the flats are unoccupied, so 2 spots for potential buyers, who probably buy a flat in there and so indirectly that particular spot cost them a good deal financially? YES! Very close... just figure out exactly what the sign said and you will have this one in the bag
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Free parking for prospective owners?
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Free parking for prospective owners? Very close...
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Free parking for buyers? agents? brokers?
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Free parking for buyers? Yes agents? brokers?

SPOILER

This is close enough. The sign said "Free Parking - For Future Homeowners Only."
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w00t! nice one alex :-D

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