Source-To keep students from using the private land as a makeshift commuter lot, the Emporium has implemented an effective, but unconventional strategy. From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day, a “monitor” surveys the parking space and ensures that each car’s patrons enter into a business at the plaza. Visitors who head towards the property’s perimeter will have their plates reported to J & D Towing for immediate removal from the space.
So people are getting their panties in a bunch because they can’t illegally park in the emporium anymore. They are saying how unfair this monitor system is. That the monitor may accidentally have your car towed…Um, bro, this is straightforward as shit. When you park in a private store’s parking lot, you better be going into their store. It’s not fair to the businesses located in the emporium if their customers can’t find spots. Lack of parking discourages shoppers to come to their store. Suck it up. It’s not a bad system. It keeps business going in Rhode Island. If you don’t like it, you’re a socialist. Freedom for keeping businesses open in Rhode Island. Freedom for America!
Rhode Islanders hate driving. They do. If they have to drive longer than 20 minutes, they feel the need to pack the car with snacks and extra music. 20 minutes is considered long distance to a Rhode Islanders. Compare this to someone who drives for a living, hours and hours everyday. Let’s also acknowledge the fact that Rhode Islanders are terrible, inconsistent, drivers. “Directional signal? haha you make me laugh” So I guess my point is do we really want Rhode Islanders driving 18-wheel rigs? Prob not. So keep complaining about your long drives from URI to Providence. I’ll be the guy jamming out to house music and calmly driving right past you.
Substitute “Asian” for “Rhode Islander”
PS: The picture at the top features my favorite truck of all time