LANSING, Michigan - The Michigan state senate acting on the wishes of the citizens of Michigan has just voted 27-11 to ban the cheesehead hats worn by Green Bay Packer fans.
State Senator Arthur H. Turntittle, 56, [R-Kalamazoo] told Sporting Chance Magazine that many Michiganders disliked the fact that when Packer fans visit Michigan while wearing their cheesehead hats they scare the heck out of pets, including dogs, cats, and Shetlands.
Senator Turntittle pointed out an instance when a weenie dog named Doggy, belonging to Saginaw natives Burbank and Penola Cowfrackette saw an old blue-haired Wisconsin woman wearing a cheesehead hat it took of running like the wind.
Doggy did not stop until he had run for six miles. He finally stopped after he ran out of breath and laid down to take a nap underneath a Quaking Aspen tree.
SIDENOTE: Senator Turntittle has learned that a Wisconsin sports group calling itself The Packer Cheeseheads Fraternity has hired the legal services of the New York City law firm of Fitzowitz, Straydiddle, & Goldenbocker and they plan to sue the state of Michigan for $4.7 million.