So I'm back. Although I'm a bit sad my little brother didn't follow my footsteps and go to my beloved UW, I was happy to use the opportunity of his orientation at another UW the University of Washington to check out Seattle. I rented a bike and went all over that place. What should be the next city?
Seattle's large Vietnamese population has peppered the city with restaurants known for the famous noodle soup, Pho. Here is a very large vegetarian bowl of it I had in the U-District.
Ron Johnson strikes back at Russ Feingold's earlier ad on the Great Lakes. I'll have to look into how accurate Johnson's claim is that Feingold was the one who voted against protecting the Great Lakes.
Feingold raised almost three times what Johnson did during the quarter. Granted, Johnson has only been in the race since mid-May
Actually Tom, many prisoners probably need health attention more than the average person. And helping them protects the rest of us, and our ipods.
And this radio ad by Neumann: "Based on the reaction by the political insiders [to allegations that Walker raised spending a lot], you would think I tried to outlaw beer and brats.
The Madison Mallards lost twice Sunday. Once on the field and again at the cash register.
Illegal evidence can still be used as evidence, says the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Now this is interesting. The Government Accountability Board may have to create a new voting district for a referendum on Regional Transit. For that reason, it may not be possible to get it on the ballot this fall.
Argentina legalizes gay marriage.
A new Badger Poll shows that the vast majority of Wisconsinites are not keeping up with the Senate race yet, and that a majority of likely voters approve of Feingold's job performance.
Finally: Verona business provides women's shoes for men's feet. My first request will be a pair of female loafers.
This is what it's all about: $5 million. That's the profit the Packers made out of $258 million of revenue last year.
How well is citizen journalism making up for the decline in professional journalism?