Headed to the swamp on your day off? Bad idea, says a new study from the Institute. Quality testing by experienced scientists revealed unexpectedly high numbers of Type IIIc monoflagellate, H-bound ribosoid, and protein bicuspoid bioforms in the waters of Waffle Town's outlying marshlands. Levels were found to be highest in Bunk Swamp, a popular destination for hikers since the extinction of the Bunk family in 1971.
The parks department will be installing signage in appropriate areas this weekend. Prospective warnings are "No Wading or Swimming", "Wade or Swim at Own Risk", and "Keep Out". Interested residents can vote for their favorite, or suggest their own, tonight at seven in room B of Town Hall. Refreshments will be served.