Sydney Ross Singer, director of Coqui Hawaiian Integration and Reeducation Project (CHIRP) is asking for the hearing aids because he claims the mayor isnt listening to citizens requests to leave the Puerto Rican-native chirping frog alone.
Enemies of the frog say the amphibian is an environmental nuisance and the loud croak of thousands of frogs could cause citizens to go deaf, but Singer claims thats just a myth.
Hes more upset with the millions of dollars being spent to exterminate the frog and the caustic lime being sprayed to get rid of Kermit.
To show support, he says hes asking people send the mayor used hearing aids, adding, I want the used ear wax still on them.
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