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Monday
May212012

In Park Slope, Complaining is an Art Form

A FiPS reader recently sent us this gem, which was taken at PS 372 (The Children's School), and should absolutely be filed under "Only in Park Slope."

It takes a special kind of person to consider complaining an art form, and lucky for Cathy Towey, there are no shortage of these people at Park Slope PTA meetings. 

Of course we all know that if you REALLY want to see complaining as an artform, all you have to do is read the comments here on FiPS. I challenge you, loyal readers, to show those PTA fools how it’s really done.

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