On Goodbye, Mom: Family sends mother on final journey with hospice
Actually, I thought that living with diabetes to age 83 is wonderful and fortunate. I've been diagnosed with diabetes and can only hope and pray to live that long.
As said before, it is a very nice tribute to your mom.
On Former Williams Bay coach gets 10 years for sexual assault
ljs: Are you saying that Wisconsin has a 2/3 minimum sentence law? I did not know that.
On Packers sign Rodgers to contract extension
db.. just re-read the post. my bad. Ticket prices are actually not so bad. The stadium user fee is another matter, though.
Mac: No where does packattack say that he doesn't have the money. He is simply saying that these excessive salaries are likely the cause for these excessive ticket prices. Then, you just have to wonder about the people who think paying $2400 a season per ticket (plus other fees) is a good deal! Oh well, if there weren't rich fans the Packers couldn't afford Aaron, could they? I know, I know: TV rights make up the majority of the Packers income anyway.
On Wis. Democrats demand UW tuition freeze
What's really unbelievable, but nice to see, is that The Dems and the Repubs finally have something to agree on!
What is believable is that it's unlikely that they'll give any of the excess back. Be assured that instead, they'll find some creative way to spend it.
On Do you support dropping of Saturday mail delivery?
I don’t think that we’re going backwards at all. Once upon a time, the USPS was indispensable and a very important part of our lives. It was almost the only way that people and businesses communicated with each other. Then came the electronic age with fax machines, e-mails, texting, Facebook, Twitter and more (and many will say that these have “improved” our lives) that are making the USPS less relevant. The phone company has long since cut down on operators that once connected our calls and gave us information through 411 (remember that?). While I wouldn’t want the USPS to go away, we need to allow it to scale down to properly reflect its usage in this age.
On Elkhorn schools drop weighted grading
I like this system. I wish the Janesville schools would use this.
I like this system. I wish the Janesville schools used this.
On Silver screen to band of gold: Man makes unconventional proposal
1) If you're looking for the video, there's a link on the left side of the page. 2) The video was really fun, just a bit long, though. But then, it wasn't made for me or the other commenters.
On Where are you shopping this Christmas season?
Sad to hear, Steve, that you’ve abandoned the support of local stores in favor of the giants that are so instrumental in destroying local economies and changing the look of hometowns across the nation. I must say, that your comments surprised me; it seems that you championed local economy in the past. Amazon hurts everyone twice: they take away sales from the local economy (and take away local re-investment as already has been pointed out), and they are also able to skirt collecting sales tax which kills the state’s coffers. Thanks for your support!
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