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Every winter people who have the misfortune of living in places like Worcester, Chelsea, and Fall River have to decide which side they’re on when they see this:
Some local boob posted in the Threw Up in Fall River Facebook page about his thoughts…..
Oh man tough to pick a side here. On the one hand the guy who stole the spot uses the 100 emoji. On the other hand the other guy is a grown man who uses the word “mad” when describing things that are in abundance. As in, “mad snow.”
In all seriousness though, only a savage steals someone else’s spot like this. It’s the code of the streets, everyone knows that. It’s bad enough you have to live in a God forsaken cesspool like Fall River. Then mother nature takes a steamy white dump all over us, and we have to wake up three hours before work to shovel it out. And it’s not easy shoveling either. You can’t just take the snow from the other side of the car and dump it in the street, although junior hoodrats everywhere must’ve missed that memo. You gotta pick it up, walk all around the car, and carefully place it on the snowpile that the homeless have turned into a port-a-potty, without the snow falling onto the sidewalk. There’s no greater sense of accomplishment than doing all that work. You’ve earned the right to put a chair there and forever establish your territory for the rest of the winter.
But legally I guess there’s not much you can do about it. It’s a chair in the street. If someone wants to move it they can move it. After all, they pay taxes too (if they’re visiting from outside of Fall River). Then again there’s nothing illegal about this either:
I’m with Raul. Respect my chair bitch.