Credit: <a href=http://www.madisonatoz.com/2010/02/fat-sandwich-company.html>Eating in Madison A to Z</a>.
Good morning Sconz Nation. I'm off to visit my future residence, which is luckily only a block away from the current one. It shall retain the charm of downtown and...I really have no idea. It's an apartment.
Brunch today is the "Fat Sconnie" sandwich from Fat Sandwich Company. I don't think I've used it before, but if I have, don't complain you know you can't resist going back for more.
Funny new cartoon about Dick Leinenkugel. We need more political cartoons in this state!
The Plan Commissioner tries to speak out about the Edgewater, says Brenda Konkel.
I'm not a big bumper sticker guy, but I know a few of my readers are probably interested in getting one signed by Tom Barrett. So I'll link to it.
What's the point of calling 17-year-olds kids if we prosecute them as adults? The day you don't have your mommy at the defense table should be the day you get a beer.
Let's go ethanol! Big public lobbying campaign, funded by your tax dollars.
Seriously, at what lengths will we go to protect deer from wolves? Wolves are much cooler than deer.
Herald applauds UW for ending Nike contract: "Add in that the contract only generated $49,000 for UW last year - a number comparable to what Rec Sports spent on its NatUP campaign - and this feels like a relatively easy break-up."
Faculty Senate overwhelmingly passes rule to allow professors to criticize university administration.
Walker beating Neumann in fundraising. No kidding. Neumann only raises funds from the bottom of his big pocket.
Lukas Diaz gives some earnest advice to the Deputies Union on winning the next county board elections.
If Jeff Wood had simply been arrested for OWI three times, as the Cap Times ed board suggests, then expelling him from the legislature would be uncalled for. However, he has been convicted. Most of his colleagues don't particularly care, but there is a pretty solid argument against lawmakers who break the law.
Sam Clegg rips into the Nat Up campaigners.
Oh no. It looks like the Jin's Chicken and Fish proprietor may have a tough time arguing against the 7th citation he's gotten in less than two years. This time it's for ramming another food cart with a pickup.