Meeting Notice of the "72nd
Street Masochists Association"
Approximate meeting date: January
18, 2016 at the 72nd Street
Guest Speaker: Paul Dyster, former
The first 20 people will receive
free bottled water for the winter
No need to call ahead, Mr. Dyster
knows you'll show up right
Sometimes it's best to let Mayor
Dyster's words speak for themselves.
A Buffalo News story on
October 23, read, "Dyster noted
that city programs hire many
people with drug convictions,
'We hire people without discriminating,'
he said. 'Someone has
to. If the City of Niagara Falls
wasn't willing to hire people
who have had drug convictions,
where would they go?'"
John Ceretto, a Lewiston resident,
endorsed Paul Dyster for
mayor last week. The assemblyman
wrote his endorsement letter
on a child's "magic slate" in the
event he changes his party affiliation
for the fourth time and has
to withdraw the endorsement.
The dos and don'ts of the Dyster
It doesn't have a city engineer
It does have a trash plan mascot
arrested for drug dealing
It doesn't have a balanced budget
It does have a $63 million debt
It doesn't have a crime problem
It does have a serial killer working
Paul Dyster wants to be reelected
so he can "finish the work I
What work should he "finish"
A) The frozen water lines on
B) The $44 million train station
with no means of support
C) The hiring of his "best and
D) The spending of his anonymous
Buffalo slush fund
E) The spending of the taxpayer
F) The bankruptcy of the city
Seth Piccirillo and Paul Dyster
announced their latest plan to
beautify the downtown. Their
"art in the alley" program is
painting the rear ends of dilapidated
buildings. We suppose it's
more fun to talk about "art in alleys"
than "muggings and rapes
File under "you can't make
this stuff up." While the mayor
claims there's no crime in the
city he had a convicted drug
dealer/recycling mascot standing
next to him at his own press
Brook D'Angelo's new recycling
slogan for children: "Kids, don't forget
to recycle or you'll end up dealing
drugs like Totes McGoat!"
OK, the mayor screwed up by choosing
a convicted heroin dealer to portray
Totes McGoat. It's not like he
picked a serial killer.