So, you're running late for court and desperately looking for a parking place, and you come across this sign in front of a parking lot (which looks like it has been carpet bombed);
Your interpretation of the sign leads you to believe that:
A. You can park at this lot for a flat fee of $5.
B. You can buy the whole crappy lot for $5.
C. You can park there for ten minutes for $5, but if you stay over an hour, it will be $15.
Well, if you guessed "C", you would be correct. Sadly, I was running late and shelled out the additional $10 more than I expected rather than go look for another spot.
The non-apologetic parking lot attendant pointed out to me that the letters "MIN" are written above the dollar sign, so I should have known better.
As a side note, you may not want to park at the lot framed by Fannin, Preston, Prairie, and Main. It's a rip off.