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Saving the world ... one bratwurst at a time.
Saving the world ... one bratwurst at a time.

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I'm about to check a box on my Milwaukee bucket list....

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Celebrating Five-Oh at Summerfest's Five-Oh!
I am about to check a box on my Milwaukee life bucket list: I am about to attend Summerfest at least once every day during its 11-day run. In order to count, I must be there at least for one hour per day. This should be no problem. Only on one day do I see ...

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Celebrating Five-Oh with Summerfest
I am about to check a box on my Milwaukee life bucket list. I am about to attend Summerfest at least once every day during its 11-day run. In order to count, I must be there at least for one hour. This should be no problem. Only on one day do I see a confli...

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Celebrating Five-Oh with Summerfest
I am about to check a box on my Milwaukee life bucket list. I am about to attend Summerfest at least once every day during its 11-day run. In order to count, I must be there at least for one hour. This should be no problem. Only on one day do I see a confli...

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Strand of Oaks welcomes Milwaukee as much as Milwaukee welcomes Strand of Oaks. 
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What's Got Mike Hacked Off Today?
In the current issue of 'What's Got Mike Hacked Off Today?' is Walgreens' Memorial Day television commercial. At the end of the advertisement, a sing-songy happy voice narrates, "We wish all of those who served a very happy Memorial Day!" (I'm paraphrasing ...

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It's fun to reflect on the time that I spent with my dad right after graduating college (1989). We were off pursuing his dream to patent and sell a unique product. While the concept was all his, I was the doer/experimenter/engineer/co-patenter. We bought a ...

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It's fun to reflect on the time that I spent with my dad right after graduating college (1989). We were off pursuing his dream to patent and sell a unique product. While the concept was all his, I was the doer/experimenter/engineer/co-patenter. We bought a ...

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