Could This Be The Final Shocking Revelation About City Hall?


I don’t even know if I believe the local alt-weekly’s latest report about how bad things have got with City Hall. But, if we take their “highly placed but unnamed source” — that’s got to be whoever it was was mayor of Lansing after David M C Hollister — at its word, then it turns out City Hall is not even any such thing. It’s actually three Town Halls standing on top of each other and wearing a construction tarp. I can hardly believe it either. You never think of stuff like that happening these days. Although if it did happen, it happened in the late 50s, when I’m not sure we had rules about building stuff to any particular code or guidelines or anything. Well, we’ll just see what appears in the corrections column. It will be an apology for the incorrect use of “it’s/its” in the official notices.

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Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

3 thoughts on “Could This Be The Final Shocking Revelation About City Hall?”

  1. It’s……………….Monty Python’s Flying Triple Decker City Hall starring 1975 John Cleese as Mayor Hollister, keeper of the Forbidden Bad Spirit Dragon, demonstrating Silly dragon walks.

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    1. Oh, there’s all kinds of silly dragon potential around here! The minor league ball team was slated to be named the River Dragons, but changed at the last minute to the Lugnuts, possibly because there were already like fourteen teams in the league that had Dragon as part of their name. The mascot’s an anthropomorphized and somewhat dazed-looking lug nut, and the backup mascot is a dragon-y dinosaur-ish figure with a lug nut in his face. Apparently there used to be a smaller companion who hasn’t been seen in years, too, and don’t think we don’t spread rumors about that.

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