Starting a new part-time job today. I won't say where, but I will say that I am predicting it will beat the hell out of my current job, which involves making terrible food for customers who have been misled to criminal lengths into believing that they are dining in a gourmet establishment.
Here is some good food I ate yesterday at Mickey's Tavern on Willy St with an undisclosed Sconz Platinum subscriber. Those who join the highest ranks of Sconz readership are entitled to a meal with the founder himself. The gold plan gets you a beer and a game of pool at the Plaza.
Unfortunately, I missed the Pride Parade at the Capitol, which, among other things, featured Tammy Baldwin dancing with Wonder Woman.
Brenda Konkel runs down an "incomplete city week ahead."
Mark Neumann's business has been involved in a major pollution case.
"Now contrast Westlake's efforts with the whirlwind campaign of Ron Johnson. The Oshkosh manufacturer entered the GOP race three months ago as a virtual unknown, secured the state party's endorsement six days later and immediately became the favorite to win the Sept. 14 primary."
Paddy Mac quotes The Sconz! The GOP's guy for the Journal-Sentinel's opinion pagebrings up an interesting point. Dana Schultz, who is fighting a close battle to unseat a Republican Assembly member from the Northwoods, wrote some things on blogs that could hurt her ability to present herself as a good ol' girl. Unfortunately, he misquotes a post I did on her a few months ago.
It's wrong for sexually mature people to learn about sex. Everybody knows that. At least in Merrill.
All the controversy about the UW contract with Nike has been replaced with inevitable controversy about a contract with Adidas.
$3.8 million buys 40-50 teaching jobs in Green Bay.
Exactly. Ron Johnson's statements about climate change are perfectly mainstream in the Republican Party. That's what's so depressing.
Now this is an issue Scott Walker has that I've been talking about since last year. How can a conservative local government advocate having the state take over key programs? Even if Walker acted correctly, it's a great talking point for Tom Barrett, as displayed in his newest attack ad.
Sconnies Wonder: Why are so many Hispanic names hyphenated?
Oh my God. I thought Mark Neumann's campaign needed a shot in the arm. I couldn't think of a better way in Wisconsin.
From Germany: The erosion of America's middle class.
Cap Times: Scott Walker is not a racist, but he should apologize for Twitter twittery. And they plug Henry Sanders.