|Not ready for autopsy.|
In the most unintentionally funny exchange of Beth Mason's tenure on the City Council, the city of Hoboken was treated to a tirade about a dead opossom in her backyard.
In fact, so loony it was I thought perhaps I'd imagined it until I found this in my Inbox:
watching the city council mtg
Mason had a dead squirrel in her yard and Liberty Humane came to pick it up and she asked the reason for the animals demise -- She wants an autopsy!!!
She is talking about raccoons opossums and squirrels OH MY!!!
How come the Councilwomen didn't stuff her dead opposum?
It seems kind of a waste to have it picked up by Liberty Humane; they'll just toss it out. It would have made a fine mantelpiece or even a door-stop. One of her servants could have gutted and stuffed it- no fuss, no mess.
I am not sure the folks at Liberty Humane perform opposum autopsies. Should they? There must be hundreds of dead opposums all over Hudson County. Must we know how each of them died? Or just the one that died in Councilwoman Mason's yard?
GA is pretty squeamish. I wouldn't like to find a dead opposum either. Some people cook road kill- ask Ted Nugent. Got any recipes for opposum stew? Let's say it had Ebola- wouldn't cooking it take the Ebola out? I don't know, I'm asking you.
Anyway, I am very, very concerned about the cause of death of that opposum that croaked at la casa Mason. Maybe the buxom banana that works for Mason's charitable, tax-exempt Civic League could perform an amateur autopsy- the kind that kids do with dead bugs and worms.
Everyone, stop what you are doing and call your Congressman or US Senator to demand that taxpayer dollars be spent on opossum autopsies and other such matters of national security. Hurry!
Somebody please cut that video.