The irony was lost on him.
Rather than a parking lot, it was an historic landmark: the 1852 family home of William Griffith Wilson, the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. The site is dedicated as "a place of sanctuary where people can come to give thanks to God for their new lives."
For those who missed Wilson's message, though, it makes a handy parking place.
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|Title Annotation:||Back Blast & other hot gases|
|Comment:||The irony was lost on him.(Back Blast & other hot gases)|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2013|
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