Imagine this: You’re out with your family in one of the parks in New York state where you can actually see the stars when it gets dark. You look up in the sky, see a constellation, and you point upwards to show your kids. Along comes a park ranger demanding to see your Stargazing Permit, and issues you a citation because you didn’t know you needed such a permit.
That’s right, the state of New York is now demanding us peasants give them money so we can look up at the sky.
Unsurprisingly, the only two regimes to ever regulated stargazing have been the inquisition and @NYGovCuomo
— Sal the Agorist (@SallyMayweather) January 22, 2020
This is totally a real thing, as it shows up on the state’s permitting for “Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation” schedule:
Fee of $35.00, $60-Out of State –Vehicle Registration […]
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