Brunch links were delayed by seven minutes today because I just couldn't resist doing the experiment some psych major proposed to me, here at the Union. I apparently was in the control group. Other participants had to put pens in their mouths and stickers on their temples to activate certain facial muscular...I don't know.
I'm in a bit of a rush so I'm not going to feed you today. Blame it on the psych major. Beautiful, but temperate today. High of 58.
Former GOP Assembly candidate Mike Hahn talks about how Dick Leinenkugel can prove he is really a Republican.
"I'm not a wealthy man, but I'm rich in my convictions," says Leiney, who is said to be exploring a career in folk music if his career as a Republican pol doesn't work out.
No outdoor drinking at Plan B, a gay bar on Willy St.
Do big grocery stores kill "new urbanism"? That sounds academic.
Apparently we're still talking about goat penises.
Hotel clerk locks himself into office and thwarts robbery.
Wisconsin becomes the 43rd state to have an opt-out HIV testing. This means doctors will automatically test you unless you choose not to be tested.
James Widgerson is apparently warming to Dick Leinenkugel, although he won't say as much.
Treasury Secretary Tim Geither and Joe Biden come to Milwaukee to advocate "Wall Street reform."
Paul Ryan has raised more money than any other member of the Sconnie congressional delegation this cycle.
Badger Herald provides a bunch of video clips of third party advocates.
Wisconsin and other Great Lakes states are out of luck. Court will not hear Asian Carp appeal.