Is it a parking ticket crime for the USC Marching Band to stop temporarily in a No Parking zone to unload its equipment to the curb?
One of the most super adrenaline pumping fight songs played by the USC Marching Band is “Tusk.” “Tusk” is written and performed by Fleetwood Mac. One night at a terrific concert, Fleetwood Mac was joined by the USC Marching Band for a memorable rendition of “Tusk.”
I’m just wondering how would they unload their instruments, had the concert been in NYC? I’m guessing at least one $115 parking ticket.
What do you think? Would you fight it, pay it, or apply for the fine reduction?
While you’re pondering this weighty decision, enjoy the thunderous beat of this classic.
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