Holy parking spot! Vienne spotted this sacred space saver in East Boston today.
Some one should tell them that it is a space SAVER, not a space SAVIOR.
Even I gotta give you points for that one!
Actually I try to avoid using religious symbols in a disrespectful way. Sometimes it is hard to know but this seems rude.
Yes, yes it is.
Maybe they need a different Jesus...
Idolatry and graven image worship are absolutely sacrilegious.
Just ask Martin Luther about it. Or Oliver Cromwell. Or the purtians who invaded these shores. A statue of Jesus is quite sacrilegious.
if those cited weren't dead.And hey, banging kids and getting the suckers that throw the cash in the plates to pay for it on Sunday is religious, right?
that the statue is of is also dead, despite rumors to the contrary.
Saves you a bundle on car insurance?
lug out there. Besides, they lost their St Anthony statue.
5. And they said, "Teacher, what shall we do when snow falleth and blanket my car?" 6. And He answered, "As the Kingdom belongs to the man who worketh for it, so shall the space belong to thou who have spent forty-five minutes out there with a shovel." 7. "What though," asked Simon, "if a neighbor respecteth not that labor and parketh there anyway? I assume we should turn the other cheek." 8. And the Lord replied, "Screw that prick and slasheth his tires, for the City of Boston sayeth that the code of the streets applies for 48 hours, and even longer if we can getteth away with it"
Vienne says it's in East Boston. But that tumblr, a month ago, says... well, it doesn't actually say, but it was *submitted* to that tumblr that long ago.
of people holding spots for them to park their bikes in? Throw that in and our webmaster is eating well this month!
Oh to bear the slings and arrows of world class cityship.
But Esposito parks on the rebound!
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