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Set for release are long-awaited opinions on whether Gov. Scott Walker’s labor law is constitutional, whether voters can be made to show photo IDs and whether the state can run a registry for same-sex partners.

Stroszek, 1977.

Stroszek, 1977.

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Nirvana played on Halloween October 31, 1993 at James A. Rhodes Arena. Kurt Cobain dressed as a drunk Barney with a bottle of Jack Daniel’s in his hand, which he chugged through the mask’s mesh mouth.

About half of my high school was at this show.

Not me. :(

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Konrad - Music Scientists

"Walker claimed that he opposed the 100% federally funded train because of the annual operating costs to the state, which amounted to around $7 million. But now the state is on the line for as much as $118 million, for which it will have received nothing at all. In other words, for the dollars the governor has put at risk, the state could have funded the new train operation for about a decade and a half."

Former Madison, WI Mayor Dave Cieslewicz, “You thought Wisconsin losing high-speed rail was bad? It actually just got worse.”

The moral of this story is that when a Republican tells you they’re for fiscal responsibility, it means you can kiss your tax dollars goodbye.

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Endless smoking. Marlowe uses all available surfaces to light the match. There is no situation where a cigarette is not welcome. “It’s OK with me”

Elliott Gould in The Long Goodbye (1973) directed by Robert Altman

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