When the snow finally stopped falling last Sunday, everyone in Baltimore, for one day, seemed to be full of giddy joy to see the blizzard's results and revel in the snow day. Alas, the inconvenience of 20-plus inches of snow quickly took its toll on the city's goodwill. Drivers were angry that their streets weren't immediately plowed, even though the city said it was clearing 144,000 cubic yards of snow per day. The fight over cleared parking spots, and whether folks can "reserve" them with chairs—or vacuum cleaners or bookshelves or fans—got heated. Many sidewalks were left unshoveled, creating dangerous conditions for pedestrians, but city councilmembers still fought against SRB's plan to enforce a sidewalk-clearing ordinance. And even those that did shovel their sidewalks watched snow plows undo their work as the plows in multiple neighborhoods pushed the snow from the streets back onto the sidewalks. Thank god the snow is melting so people can quit being assholes about the storm.