The Board supports the generous provisioning of comfortable chairs, going so far as to advocate that Government guarantee every citizen access to a really comfortable piece of furniture, a place to have a nice good sit, and that such comfortable chairs should be available everywhere and empty and well-maintained at a reasonable cost, so that any time Citizen is out walking around, or whatnot, a place to sit a spell and take a load off would be a fundamental right of every human being, and so on and so forth, until it was guaranteed, in your basic liberties delineated in the citizen-state agreement you sign when they put your chip in, that not just your access but your basic human right, to a fine well-made chair of fair size built from natural materials and that didn’t damage or otherwise distract from the beauty of the landscape, a hand-crafted object designed specifically for someone of your body type, just a helluva perch, would be right there everywhere every time you need it. Would the world not be a better place? Shee-it. Somebody please explain why Government cannot achieve this, with the taxes we pay, in this day and age, when they can run a multinational conglomerate from the Cayman Islands and put a Wendy's on the moon.
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