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Staff parking (2) Tue, Oct 27, 2009
I think people who work at a place that exists specifically for the purpose of catering to customers should let said customers park closer to the building than them.  For example, at my local library, the closest four or five parking spaces are always taken by the four or five women who work there.  It's not that much of an inconvenience to walk an extra few steps, but it's just the idea.  It's the same thing with my doctor.  He has a small practice and there are two parking spots about three inches from the front door.  He always takes the closest possible spot, making his (paying) customers park in the overflow lot.  For the librarians, it's not like there's any customer-driven motivation to do things differently (our taxes at work), but for the doctor, I would think about going to a different doctor simply because (a) he doesn't respect his customers/patients, and (b) he's friggin lazy. #travel

Rus Tue, Oct 27, 2009
Perhaps your doctor is concerned about the health of his/her patients and therefore wants them to have a little exercise on the way to the office.  :-)

Dave Wed, Oct 28, 2009
I don't believe in doctors having pure motives, and since his job depends on people being sick and injured, it makes sense that he inconveniences them.  Really he should put out some things to trip and slip on as well.

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