Cleveland Wants Goats To Mow City Lawns, But Will This Solve Goat Unemployment?
According to ABC News, the City of Cleveland is currently considering following in the footsteps of other great cities, like Boulder, Colorado. And we're not talking about human footsteps, but rather goat footsteps, which we guess technically should be called "hoofsteps". Specifically, for genuine environmental reasons, goats are a better choice for lawn-mowing (aka lawn-random-grazing) than traditional lawnmowers. Where were these goats when we were kids and wanted to get out of doing chores?
Anyway, as it's an election year in the United States, it's important to consider that goat unemployment remains at record highs, especially in a city like Cleveland that was hit hard by the subprime housing crisis. Some may argue we need less government spending on goat-lawn-mowing employment. Others may argue that we need to bring back strong goat manufacturing jobs. Whatever you may argue, things could be worse for our goat friends...
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