The Red Sox Triple A affiliate is moving to Worcester in 2021, specifically to the Canal District. We’ve been told that this will be the crowning jewel on what City Manager Ed August, Mayor Joe Petty, and the mainstream media call the “Worcester Renaissance.” There’s just one problem – you can build whatever you want, but Worcester people will still be in Worcester. A WCVB photographer found that out the hard way while attempting to shoot some footage on Water Street in the heart of the Canal District today.
— Ted Cooper (@tedcooper) January 31, 2020
“It’s not every day 2 people randomly decide to fight and your tripod is used as a weapon.”
I can see someone hasn’t been to Worcester very often. It’s a well known scientific fact that if you put a tripod within arms length of a Worcester dialect it will be used as a weapon in urban combat.
Mambo Drink might be gone, but their spirit lives on. Obviously these two gentlemen are both leading productive lives, since they found the time to settle their grievances in a physical manner in broad daylight on a Friday afternoon.
They might want to work on their technique though. Let’s count all the punches they landed:
Total – 0. Not a single connected punch throughout the entire ordeal. Chuck Clitoris couldn’t even kick him in the face when he was down thanks to that tripod.
I have many questions to ask these gentlemen, starting with, “who stole whose food stamps?” And the only way to find out is by speaking with them directly. Perhaps a turtle rider could run license plate 377 WL5 and see who it’s registered to so I could reach out for comment. .
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