For example, as we left the gym Wednesday night, we begrudgingly gout out 2 dollars and our validated ticket from the 24 Hour Fitness at the Arc Light and proceeded to pay the $1.50 parking fee. The attendant opens the gate, but he fails to give us any change.
We go, "Where's the change?" He doesn't say anything, but taps the glass of his cubicle, to which we reply, "What does that mean?"
"It's $2." Well, it wasn't $2 yesterday, when we did our weight training.
Apparently they just raised the prices today. Now we have to spend $2 to park every time we work out. Now, in a perfect and overly sexy world, if we worked out every day, it would cost us $60, and sometimes $62, but also sometimes $56 in February-- oh but $58 in a leap year-- to work out. That is in addition to our monthly membership. This is outrageous.
If 24 Hour Fitness and their parking facility can implement such an egregious price hike, what's next? Food? Housing prices? Gas?