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Randy your friend Kevin Fech needs a history lesson since he doesn’t understand how we got in this mess and what changes need to be made.
Liberals in typical hypocrisy fashion. Yes, yes I know stating it is hypocrisy and liberal is redundant!
Tomorrow is the first of two Saturdays for the South Milwaukee Christmas Market at Caterpillar's Heritage Building and Museum, 1970 10th Avenue. Market hours for both tomorrow and Dec. 10 are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
This Christmas Market offers two great opportunities.
This is meant as fun with a sprinkle realism to provoke thought.
Here's New Year's news from South Milwaukee neighbors, the Garlic Mustard Pickers:
You have two opportunities to hear The Garlic Mustard Pickers on New Year's Eve.
Celebrate Ireland's New Yea
When it's 6:00 PM in Milwaukee, it's 12:00 Midnight in Dublin.
338 South 1st St in Milwaukee (Roughly a half mile north of the Allen Bradley factory.)
O'Lydia's has a fine menu of Irish-style pub food, including a broad line of sandwiches and a great Shepherd's Pie. Every "Irish" bar serves Guinness, but O'Lydia's is the only place I've been in that also routinely offers Lakefront Brewery's "Snake Chaser" stout. That's being seriously Irish, and it supports a local small brewery, too.
At 6:31 PM the band packs up and makes a quick drive 2.5 miles to the west. After a check on the hammered dulcimer (which can require up to 120 separate tuning peg adjustments), we start our second gig:
Celebrate a Family-Friendly New Year's Eve at the Mitchell Park Domes
524 South Layton Blvd (remember that's actually South 27th Street), Milwaukee
The Domes charges an modest admission: $5 for kids and senior citizens, $6.50 for adults
We've done "New Year's at the Domes" a couple of times in years past. If the format has remained unchanged, this makes a good family outing. We've been told that on this New Year's the Domes will close up shortly after 10:00 PM, so it looks like we'll celebrate a Cape Breton New Year's. (When it's 10 PM in Milwaukee, it's 12 midnight in Nova Scotia.) Perhaps that's appropriate - Auld Lang Syne is a Scottish song, and there are none so Scottish as the Scots who settled Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
We hope to see you on New Year's Eve, and we wish you a Happy Holidays and a great 2012.
Here are some links...
for the band:
for The Mitchell Park Domes:
We should change all elected officials in Wisconsin to 1 year!
In Sunday’s paper, there was the story of a young man living on his own and enjoying life. Once again this week, I will have the privilege of spending time with Andrew while serving together on the Wisconsin Board for People with Developmental Disabilities. http://www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/a-simple-unabashed-love-of-life-lb39n4v-134942348.html.
I always tell people, that the amount of knowledge that I take away from these meetings, particularly from the consumers, is more knowledge than I would ever learn in a book. Every time we get together as a Board, I learn something new that I am able to pass along to others, especially my son. By working and listening to these individuals, I know that my son will have the ability to live his life as he sees fit.
At 6:31 pm the band packs up and makes a quick drive 2.5 miles to the west. After a check on the hammered dulcimer (which can require up to 120 separate tuning peg adjustments), the band starts their second gig at the Mitchell Park Domes!
So the U.S. Postal Service, because less and less people are using snail mail and with the rising employee benefits costs, their brain trust decided to make snail mail even slower!
Getting the 540,000 signatures just based on how the 2010 election went should be easy and no need to resort to fraud. They should be able to get: 1,004,303 signatures
MICHAEL MOORE: Obama Is A 'Heart-Breaking' 'Disappointment'