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Sarah March 8, 2013 at 01:10 am
I read the book, and it was EXTREMELY predictable. It was easy to read, but stupid. I hope the movieRead More isn't really as bad as you say :(
A Reel Of One's Own March 14, 2013 at 03:34 am
Well, it pretty much is, but I guess if the right filmmakers are there it doesn't have to be. ForRead More example, I liked the movie "The Notebook," but when I read the book, I really wanted to punch Noah and Allie in the face.
Cari kUehmichel February 25, 2013 at 05:35 pm
Love Tellos, Beanies is OK. Better than it had been years ago. Lams should have been at the top butRead More i too dont know what yelps is. Victors should have been in the bottom...thats why it is no longer there.
Greg February 25, 2013 at 06:05 pm
Good to see that a closed restaurant only placed 5th. I would have added Lam's to the list, but IRead More don't even know what Yelp is.
Chad Kizewski March 4, 2013 at 08:56 pm
Victors was too expensive, and port hotel is expensive. Beanies plain and simple. Messinas ok.Read More Tello's best ever forever
Mike February 21, 2013 at 09:29 pm
Really Steve, the "low informed"? How about before you click on an article where youRead More clearly don't care about the subject matter, only so you can put in some snide remark where you denigrate those that enjoy some rather harmless piece of fluffy entertainment, you make sure you don't make yourself sound stupid by getting a common phrase completely wrong? And FYI, I have a Masters degree in Tax, I work hard, I watch the news and formulate my opinions based on facts, I read, I converse constructively on many different topics, and yet, I enjoy watching the Oscars, because I love movies and this is about movies. Do I fit your definition of "low informed", Mr. "I have Wisconsin with an American flag so I'm somehow smarter and more patriotic than everyone else"?
CowDung February 21, 2013 at 09:37 pm
Being 'low informed' is different than being 'low educated'.
gardengirl February 21, 2013 at 10:18 pm
Thank you Mike! I totally agree. I am in management at a major area bank and I too am lookingRead More forward to the oscars. I think it's great that there is a Wauwatosa tie and am hoping 'Beasts' wins an award. The tiny budget film is competing against others with huge budgets and major actors. You don't have to be in the movie business to enjoy watching these awards. I don't consider myself low informed OR low educated.
Dawn Vlach February 13, 2013 at 02:14 am
Hi, I work for Lincoln Lutheran and host a club called Harmony Club.. This program is for seniorsRead More who have Parkinsons, Alzeheimers or other disablities. It provides a social environment for them while providing respite fior their caregivers. All I our clubs try and provide entrtainment for our guests and would love it if you would consider coming and performing at one of our Harmony Clubs. Please let me know if this would be possible. Thank you, Dawn dmvlach0113@yahoo.com
Patsy S February 9, 2013 at 07:37 pm
It's such a shame that this happened. Rakhshanda has got to be a huge draw for Pirate Fest (asRead More appears by the number of people who go to see them perform) and they are super talented. With the amount of work they do at the festival, they seem WAY under paid! They should be making twice that much, at least. Let's hope they get paid eventually. Seems they gave Pirate Fest ample time to pay. Looks as though they waited ~6mos to file suit. This was obviously a last resort to attempt to recover the money for which they worked and should have been paid from the beginning. They definitely did the right thing. So, come on Pirate Fest! PAY UP!
Am Ron February 10, 2013 at 01:05 pm
If the city is not willing to support bringing revenue through venues like this, they have biggerRead More problems. The city should work with pirate fest to get it heading in the right direction. its about economics...can't imagine the city turning down money. The community is trying.
scott hiser April 10, 2013 at 03:42 pm
The city wont do business with her anymore. I don't blame them. Kim McCulloch talked to me last yearRead More about bringing are cannons and doing demonstrations. She was gonna pay us for our Lodging and powder. Right after that someone warned me not to believe her. Damn her for cheatin people!
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