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City Hall and Dog Park Jokes

March 3, 2015

Q: How many dogs could a Dyster dog park park if a Dyster dog park could park dogs?

A: Forty. At a cost of $95,000 in consulting fees.

The dog park is going to require a new Dyster "team" and it's going to be called the "POOP" team...Pooches and Other Oddball Programs.

Donna Owens, always health conscious, said that like other city parks the dog park will be smoke free. "Dogs will not be allowed to light up while using the park,"said the tough minded city administrator.

When Ms. Owens heard that the mayor wanted to open a park and play area for dogs she was heard to say "how will the dogs be able to sit on the swings and go down theslide?"

"Dog parks, animal shelters, and homeless hotels, oh my!" State Comptroller Thomas Di Napoli commenting on the city's financial condition.

Now that the dog park is set to open city hall won't be the only government site totally full of crap.

What's the difference between a college dorm and City Hall? The college dorm has less sex.

At city hall the Big Bang Theory isn't a TV sitcom, it's a career path strategy.

Dyster announced his "green compliant snow removal plan." It's called "the sun" and he expects the plan to be fully operational by early April.

Simple fix: If only all the hot air in Dyster's administration could be pumped underground to those frozen pipes in LaSalle!





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