Danbury named sewage plant after John Oliver


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It turns out, Danbury was mostly joking when he vowed last month to name his $ 110 million sewage treatment plant after John Oliver, one after the other. Last week tonight Danbury Mayor Mark Baughton mocked the 2015 second-best place to live in the city of Connecticut, speaking to hosts in a segment announced on Facebook. However, until the city becomes official, John Oliver is donating $ 55,000 in donations for the ransom, telling Danbury that if he does not come with the Danbury John Oliver Memorial Plant Plant Will deliver to another Connecticut city. “Danbury don’t do it,” he warned. Now, in the latest installment of the saga, Mayor Botan has agreed to name the plant for Oliver under a condition.

In a Facebook video posted on Sunday, the mayor said, “You should come here in Danbury and be physically present when we cut the ribbon.” “And I want to tell you, $ 55,000 is a little light for anyone at one percent, but a deal is a deal. Now, look, don’t do this Oliver. Should you choose not to take us up on this offer, okay. Hai, let me tell you: I’m already talking to two Jimmy and Noah. “

All of which would be an adorable bit We were still not in the midst of an epidemic. You can’t ask someone to take you on a plane and fly from coast to coast if they don’t have it at all! Fortunately, if John Oliver cannot travel, Danbury politely offers him a second place prize: Porta Potty named “John” Oliver Shit House.