There is no denying that "Parks & Recreation" is a great show! Buzz, Brandon and I recently got Lisa into watching it. If you've never seen it, it stars Amy Poehler as Leslie Knope- the deputy director of the parks & recreation department of her (ficitonal) town Pawnee, Indiana. It follows the (mis)adventures of Leslie working in the parks & rec department as she really tries to make a difference in her town.

If you've never seen it but want to (which I highly recommend you do!) you should start with season three, which is how we told Lisa to start watching and she was hooked! If you're already a fan, then you're already familiar with the town hall scenes where Leslie and her crew listen to the asinine complaints from the citizens of Pawnee. No, really, they really get worked up for some wild stuff:

Watching the citizens of Pawnee argue over "Twilight" and mayonnaise on sandwiches, you'd think that dumb arguments would NEVER come up in actual town hall hearings. Until now- thanks to the citizens of Palm Beach, FL. They who took to their county commission meeting to express why they will not wear a mask. You may think that "insane" is an awful way to describe it, but, really, it's the only word I can think of. Check out the video:

Other videos of anti-masks protesters have circulated online with even more jaw-dropping comments that only the citizens of Pawnee would make. Which is exactly what actor/producer/host Law Sharma thought. With a little editing, Sharma turned the mask protester's comments and edited them into episodes of "Parks & Rec" and it. is. AMAZING!

It's scary how perfectly it syncs up with "Parks & Rec." I think the ending perfectly sums up how we all feel. Just throw your computer away and don't get your news from memes, also wash your hands and wear a mask!

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