I have the most amusing morning ritual

Every morning, my bicycle commute takes me past Columbia Skytrain station. Every morning, there are 24 and Metro paper hawkers on the sidewalk.

I now have them trained: I slow to about 10 km/h and head for the curb, they hold out some papers, and my daily sudoku needs are satisfied.

That is all; have a good March.

1 Comment so far

  1. wyn (unregistered) on March 1st, 2006 @ 12:12 pm

    Those people make me so sheepish. When I was working at UBC for four months, I learned to avoid the middle-aged woman handing out 24s. I wonder what happens if they don’t give them all away – like they’ve failed at their job? She was at the end of my trip to work, and I had already picked up a 24 from an orange box AND finished 50% of the Sudoku and 50% of the crossword if it was a good morning.



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