The Red Line was not on fire this morning

Sooz thought it was, until she noticed the woman burning incense. As she concludes: "WTF."



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How is the guy who sells

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How is the guy who sells incense in the Harvard T station allowed to be there? I can think of several reasons why it's a bad idea.

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Isn't there a law?

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Isn't there a law about carrying burning objects on a T train? I like incense myself, but certainly not on a public train. It could be dangerous. At the very least it could burn holes in people's clothing.

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No Smoking

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I'd assume this would have to be covered by the "No Smoking" laws. Or does one have to actually inhale the stuff they're burning in order to be fined?


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