} The first ever city was called I. Much confusion was had when the
} architects were holding a competition to name the city. Voters wanted
} to call it Towny McTown Face, but this was ruled inappropriate by Mr
} McTowny, the mayor, who was sensitive about his face. When the city
} elders overruled the vote and decided to call it 'I', the following
} exchange resulted:
} Interviewer: So, you want to call this city 'I'?
} City elder: 'I', aye, that's correct.
} Interviewer: What, you now want to call it aye-aye? Like the lemur?
} City elder: No, just I.
} Interviewer: But you said II.
} City elder: Aye, I said 'I', aye.
} Interviewer: This conversation is getting silly.
} City elder: Aye.
} Fun fact: The city of Milan was completed in 1049 C.E.
} Lima was completed in 1049 B.C.E.
} Cixi, in China, was due to be completed in 109 C.E., but painting the
} road signs took longer than expected, and was only completed in 110
} Another fun fact: The city centre of Liverpool is 54 feet below
} sea-level. The Beatles' hit 'Yellow submarine' was composed in John
} Lennon's bath, 50 feet below Yoko Ono.
} Unrelated fact: Liza Minnelli's top half is 51, and her bottom half is
} You owe the Oracle a video of a lumberjack wearing better safety
} equipment than suspenders and a bra.