New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s plan to ban sugary sodas fizzled when a judge struck it down.
But his restrictions were so detailed that some establishments already had created colorful posters with graphics and pictures to explain to the children — I mean the customers — what they could and could not do.
Mommy Bloomberg — I mean Mayor Bloomberg — had planned to institute regulations that would jolt morning coffee drinkers. Servers no longer would have been able to add sugar to large or extra large coffee for customers. Customers would have to add the poison themselves. After adding the sugar, perps then would sit in the time-out corner for 15 minutes, or until they were willing to look Mommy Bloomberg in the eye and say they were sorry.