On a recent Saturday I was driving around PAC and noticed the north parking lot had a number of empty spaces. Back in 2002 this lot was normally quite full especially for a Saturday AM. It was damn near impossible to get a space. This was not all just public, SO and org staff park their cars there as well as a few local residents now and again. I would say from a cursory glance there were about 10-15 spaces open. Not a lot, but why would the world's fastest growing religion have ANY open spaces after five years of being full all the time?
Also, does anyone know if the Hubbard life exhibition has cut back it's hours? It looked closed around 10am and I think I read something about shorter hours from another poster earlier.
The testing center on Hollywood is still closed with coverings over the windows. It's been closed for years now. Renos started in 03 I beleive.
The tower on Big Blue is still incomplete and draped in big sheets. Been like that for about 6 years. Leb Hall is not improving with age. Those buildings really look like shit from the outside and it doesn't improve once you are in. Conditions are worse than ghetto housing projects. Okay, maybe equal to them.
In any case, I am enjoying my freedom and feel sorry for those still stuck in there. What a waste of talent and lives.