Malloy stumbles across a novel way to repair Connecticut's infrastructure.

 North korean family shares two servings of sawdust and a can of COUNTERFEIT 7-Up in an ABANDONED people's restaurant. 

North korean family shares two servings of sawdust and a can of COUNTERFEIT 7-Up in an ABANDONED people's restaurant. 

"It could work," the Governor told FWIW, "if I can just get the citizens to love me as much as Kim Jong's people love him. I'm going to start that process by asking all of you in the media - even obscure bloggers like you - to refer to me as 'Dear Leader' - my own people will take it from there."

This exclusive conversation with Dear Leader (hey, we want to help, here)  was prompted by news that North Korean citizens have been relaxing and enjoying life by worshipping at shrines to their leader and volunteering for road work projects. "I just got off my knees begging Massachusetts to build their own high speed rail from Springfield to Boston", the politician formerly know as Prince Malloy said, "so that our own line from New Haven to Springfield won't end up going from nowhere to nowhere, but that's not gonna happen. Now, if I can get our state residents to volunteer to build the damn thing without labor costs, maybe that'll make a difference."