By Coma News Staff
Coma residents will get a chance to reconsider both a recent ban on all non-horse-driven transportation in town and a large neighborhood’s new clothing rules.
The popular vote–scheduled for June 15–is the only law-making tool available due to the Town Council’s summer-long, music-related hiatus.
The planned vote to reverse an earlier plebiscite banning non-equestrian traffic in town followed several “saddle-related” injuries.
“Let’s just say people should wear pants when horseback riding,” said Dr. Jimmy, a Coma physician who treated several residents.
The injuries also included several concussions.
“Who seriously thinks a fancy hat provides any horse riding protection, whatsoever?” Dr. Jimmy said. “Apparently, a lot of people.”
The possible horse-transport reversal came shortly after equestrian lovers were celebrating the announcement that pants-less riding will be added to next year’s Sixth Annual Coma Games.
“I have come to realize that few thrills in life can compare to pant-less dressage,” said Davis Montgomery, publisher of Coma News and the driving force behind the town’s horse riding requirement which has benefited his horse farm.
“Hopefully these car- and attire-addicted zombies will not vote to send us back to that madness.”