Wednesday, July 26, 2017

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio having Transit Authority Study possibility of Removing Seats from city Subways

In a ground breaking progressive move, Mayor Bill de Blasio has instructed city officials to study the possibility of removing the seats on his city's subway.  This would allow each train to carry more 'non-paying' customers (remember the City just made turnstyle jumping legal.  Many who are forced to ride the subway have complained that those living farther away from the city's center usually occupy the seats, while they are forced to stand.  One councilman, who supports the effort to remove, what he calls decadent capitalist seats says, that if one person is forced to stand then everyone should stand.  Evidently the councilman believes in 'redistributing misery more equitably'.  
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