New York City to Become Nutless

Posted on February 25, 2013 8:00 pm

New York City is making a major push to sweep dangerous, mentally ill people off the streets.

Guess Mayor Bloomberg has some spaces to fill on his advisory board.

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10 Responses to “New York City to Become Nutless”

  1. zzyzx says:

    “There’s no rhyme or reason to their craziness,” said a law-enforcement source. Really? Sounds like an apt description of most of the residents of NYC…including their mayor.

  2. Son of Bob says:

    So, they’re finally taking Bloomberg off the streets? ‘Bout time.

  3. Jimmy says:

    Nutless, saltless, sugarless and brainless.

  4. Writer says:

    I thought they already were nutless since no one argued against Bloombergs Rules and Regulations.

  5. Karen says:

    You mean everyone isn’t already nuetered?

  6. NoMoBama says:

    I was honestly thinking you meant Gloomberg wanted to ban….nuts, like the ones people suddenly developed the mysterious new “allergy’ to. One that didn’t exist for about 3/5 of my life. Maybe that will be next.

  7. seanmahair says:

    I hope Bloomy and his media and entertainment friends stay off the street. As delusional messes they are sort of ground zero for this type of mistake. (if it is a mistake?)

  8. Oppo says:

    “Nutless, saltless, sugarless and brainless.”

    If they want to go cholesterol-free, too, they can try Statin Island.

  9. Oppo says:

    It won’t be Mad Hattan any more?

  10. Oppo says:

    He’s a little late with this announcement. Doesn’t the mayor read Bloomberg News?

    “New York Police in Riot Gear Clear ‘Occupy’ Protesters From Zuccotti Park”
    [ news/ 2011-11-15]

    “New York City police in riot gear swept into a Lower Manhattan park early today to remove Occupy Wall Street demonstrators who had been camping there for more than eight weeks.”

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