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So a lot of people were pissed off about the roads in Worcester yesterday and shared this video from WCVB meteorologist AJ Burnett, of anarchy and chaos on Belmont Street:
Alright, first of all, anyone who drives a car without four wheel drive in New England deserves to get in an accident if they drive on Belmont Street in a snowstorm. That’s just Darwinism at work. And spare me the nonsense about not being able to afford a car with four wheel drive. They’re no more expensive than your average Liz Warren-mobile. I don’t care how good or bad the city does at plowing the roads, if you try driving down a huge hill while the snow is still coming down hard, there’s a good chance you’re gonna slip and slide and crash into something. That’s just science.
Secondly, all the people he interviewed that said this never happens on Belmont Street are filthy liars or carpetbaggers. This might be the most dangerous major street in Worcester when it snows.
Normally Turtleboy would be the first to jump on the “this is all Fast Eddie’s fault again” bandwagon. But in all honesty, they didn’t do a bad job. Turtleboy would lose his credibility if we just repeated the same thing over and over again. Turtleboy got where he is today by calling it like he sees it, and Friday’s plowing wasn’t that bad.
Turtleboy went out Friday around 11:00 AM with a blog in mind. We were gonna go to the town/city line with Leicester, Auburn, Shrewsbury, Millbury, Grafton, West Boylston, Holden, and Paxton, and see what Worcester roads looked like compared to our neighbors. We assumed that Worcester would be put to shame by our neighbors. But when we got to the Worcester/Leicester line this is what we saw:
No difference. Same shit when we went to the Auburn town line. The bottom line is that snow was coming down fast and accumulating faster at that point. You’d have to have a plow on every single street going up and down that street every other minute in order for them to not look like that.
The bottom line is that for once the city did it’s job. I’m not gonna give them props, because they’re supposed to do their job. That would be like cheering for an 8 year old who took a smash on the potty. They’re not Turtleboy Jr. using the potty for the first time. I’m not gonna congratulate them for something they should’ve learned how to do a long, long time ago. But this time Turtleboy isn’t leading the charge for Ed Augustus’ head.
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