Blood-Thirsty Beast Bites Bloomberg

Blood-Thirsty Beast Bites Bloomberg

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg appeared at the Staten Island Zoo on Monday, Groundhog Day. The Mayor was assisting resident meteorologist Charles G. Hogg (“Staten Island Chuck”) with his winter weather forecast when the rodent went rogue and bit him.

According to the Staten Island Advance, the zoo was also holding a Blood Drive.

Marmota monax, Mother Nature’s little phlebotomist

 

Ya in Noo Yawk? Find yer own  blood drive. Guaranteed groundhog-free.

Image by Mike Licht (no mayors were harmed in the mash-up of this image).Download a copy here. Creative Commons license; credit Mike Licht, NotionsCapital.com

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One Response to “Blood-Thirsty Beast Bites Bloomberg”

  1. Hill Shepherd Says:

    That is too funny! I had the same image in my mind of the blood dripping from Chucks mouth and did a little paintshop magic on the photo on my blog!

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