At the latest Prince William Board of County Supervisors meeting, Gainesville District Supervisor Bob Weir went on a point of order rampage that made his colleagues feel like they were trapped in a never-ending nightmare of bureaucratic incompetence.
Weir, who has been described as a "human foghorn" and "the patron saint of pointless interruptions," managed to derail the meeting by shouting "Point of Order!" every time someone tried to discuss anything, including the damn adjournment.
"It was like having a malfunctioning Alexa that's been possessed by the ghost of a pedantic fuckwit," sighed one of the exasperated supervisors, who requested anonymity due to fear of being targeted by Weir's next verbal onslaught.
The chaos began when Weir interrupted a presentation about a crucial budget issue, throwing around the term "point of order" like confetti at a ticker tape parade. Despite colleagues' attempts to ignore the ear-piercing interruptions, Weir continued his relentless tirade, and soon the meeting devolved into a cacophony of anger, frustration, and stifled sobs.
"We were discussing a proposed amendment, and Bob just wouldn't let it go," said another supervisor, wiping away a tear. "We were all begging him to stop, but he just kept going. It was like he was possessed by the spirit of a petulant toddler."
Attendees of the meeting were left in awe of Weir's relentless stamina, as he continued to shout "Point of Order!" with the same gusto he began with, even after four hours of nonstop interruptions.
"I've never seen anyone so committed to being a complete pain in the ass," remarked an onlooker, who had initially come to the meeting to voice concerns about public safety pay but left contemplating the existential nature of suffering.
In response to Weir's tirade, supervisors have begun researching the feasibility of implementing a "mute button" for future meetings, while others are considering the more drastic measure of staging a coup to overthrow the Gainesville supervisor's reign of terror.
Weir, who appeared unapologetic about his disruptive behavior, defended his actions in a post-meeting interview, stating, "I'm just doing my job. If they can't handle the heat, they should get out of the board room. Also, I still have a few hundred more points of order I didn't get to, so they better buckle up for next time."
At press time, the Prince William Board of County Supervisors was reportedly researching new meeting locations that could accommodate Weir's outbursts – preferably a soundproof bunker or an abandoned missile silo.