Pay to Play

Remember how I always keep saying that we have amazing free activities for kids that are paid for with our local property taxes?

Yeah.

That’s all gone.

The free activities – the splash pad, the playgrounds, the art lesson, the toy museum, the community pool – are now available only to people who can pay to reserve the whole space.

And we keep paying the same high property taxes, obviously.

Bite it, you dumb proles. We are “saving lives” by letting only the rich kids play.

One thought on “Pay to Play”

  1. To me it sounds like your local government has turned into a local business, where the ones responsible for the abuse are the ones being paid out of the pool of property taxes.

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