Badger’s Season…

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Is in here after losing to Michigan State. Shouldn’t complain about being 6-1 but one loss is all it takes to ruin BCS hopes.

Anyway at least it makes me smile picturing Bucky and his giant badger head walking out of a port-a-potty. (This is obviously where he relieves himself. I’ve never seen a badger crap in the wild; have you? Of course not, they use one of these. )

Lunch Date

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Sorry Tara, I’ve got a hot lunch date with an old flame today – McRib. She doesn’t come around that often and I just can’t resist. I’ll try to get the BBQ sauce off my collar before I get home.

Interesting McRib fact: The only place you can order a McRib year-round is Germany. You start two world wars and you get rewarded, life just isn’t fair.

Quacktastic

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Well, I made the duck blue because I’d never seen a blue duck before and I wanted to see one.

Meat of the Week: Sausage Kabob

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In a look back at simpler times during the baseball season, this MOTW features the Miller Park Sausage Kabob. With slices of all 5 racing sausages (or at least their real meat counterparts) and some grilled veggies mixed in, this kabob has everything you need. In fact, it covers all 5 food groups as far as I’m concerned. With Polish, Italian, Bratwurst, Hot Dog and Chorizo all together on one stick, this thing is the United Nations of stadium foods. There is so much racial harmony between all these sausages that if Jesse Jackson ate one of these he’d probably retire on the spot.

Man calls 911 in search of missing remote, doesn’t miss Brewers game

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Oct. 4, 2011 3:22 p.m. | A 97-year-old man who wanted to watch a Milwaukee Brewers game called 911 to report someone had stolen his remote control.

According to the Greenfield police report:

The man called 911 to report someone had stolen his remote control from his residence in the 9300 block of West Howard Avenue prior to 8 p.m. Sept. 26.

The remote control was found after police responded, so the man was able to watch the Brewers game.

Courtesy of www.jsonline.com

(Believe it or not, this wasn’t in the Onion. You gotta love old people, and Brewers fans.)