A burger and a brandy old fashioned.
Another beautiful day in the Sconz! High of 58, low of 39 and sunny. Place your bets, March Madness is here. Mike Bleach, from the Badger Herald (congrats on new website!), has some words of wisdom on winning your local pool. This is especially for employees at Isthmus, none of whom have alerted me of an office bracket.
I took this picture of a lunch, excuse me, brunch at a diner North of Appleton last summer. A burger and an old fashioned, which they had a $2 special for.
Will we ever be as proud of manure as we are of milk? I think you should at least be able to choose between "America's Dairyland" and "Shit Show" at the DMV. By the way, if you've seen a Jack Craver driver's license, please tell me.
We will soon be able to get from Madison to Illinois without leaving a bike path!
Check out Kristin Czubkowski's city hall report to see what big meetings are coming up.
How could the prayer vs. medicine debate possibly "continue"? What is Lena Taylor thinking?
Kenosha v. the State of Wisconsin. The issue is sex offenders.
Billboard urges voters in Oshkosh to "defeat all career politicians." What that really means is vote against the two Democratic incumbents Rep. Steve Kagen and Sen. Russ Feingold. Kagen's not really a career pol, so Feingold may be the more specific target.
They're renovating Gordon Commons? They really want to keep that area under construction for as long as possible.
The first part of the new Union's name is revealed: it will at least have the word "union" in it.
Honestly, Tommy Thompson v. Russ Feingold might be epic, but any race with Dan Mielke is the best one to watch. Mielke recently got into a physical altercation with the eight-month pregnant wife of his primary opponent, who is a former cast member of MTV's Real World.
Feingold is looking to end mining royalties exemption. I wonder if Democrats from mining states will support it. The people of West Virginia could probably take a bigger cut from the mining companies that are chopping off the tops of their mountains.
Make sure to go to the County Board debate on Monday, March 22, 7 p.m. It's very unfortunate that a room has not been designated, but it "will probably be somewhere in the Humanities building." I will keep you updated on the race and debate.