I had a pretty good weekend, thank you. I was unhappy to see Mexico lose to Argentina in the World Cup, but the discovery of Amanda Bynes' Twitter more than made up for the grief. On a separate note, why doesn't Budweiser ever promote Bud Dry? It's always provided a good time when I've bought it, and it's super-cheap. Today's brunch is courtesy of Rex's Inn. You know what would go well with those curds? A Bud Dry.
Another big national story: Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV) is dead at 92. That is an interesting biography, ranging from Klan participation to Iraq War opposition.
How many articles about speeding do we have in this city? Cops are cracking down, this time on the Beltline.
Minnesota gay pride organizers tries to keep Evangelist away from parade. If I remember correctly, Minneapolis has had various hate-speech regulations that have been ruled unconstitutional in the past.
Wisconsin's drunk driving "reforms" last session will be little more than a quick-fix for deeply rooted behavior.
Guess which cable news network will be spotlighting the store manager who Joe Biden called a "smartass" ?
This might be an appropriate time to use LOL for the first time: WMC president laments polarized politics.
Russ Decker's son files a claim contesting the segregated fees he pays at UW-Stevens Point. State doesn't care.
Press releases from legislators often are rife with spelling and grammar mistakes. The Recess Supervisor points out one that indicates a legislator or the staffer who wrote it lacks very basic understanding of grammar.
Northern Wisconsin suffering the worst drought since the 1930's. We definitely have some rain to give them.
Well, I figured Herb Kohl was probably right when he told me Kagan would get confirmed. Apparently the GOP can't find any dirt on her.