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The vodka cat

Wednesday, Oct, 22 2014


So here's "Missy", a cat that I think has used up at least one of those nine lives that people say they all have.

Missy got quite hammered on vodka, but that was the plan all along you see.

Her story will be part of the Wednesday PhilCast show.





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Halloween lights to music

Tuesday, Oct, 21 2014

CLICK HERE to watch.

This stuff used to be done just at Christmas, but I guess that's not the case any longer.

People have too much time on their hands. Impressive.




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HowzYer Weekend?

Monday, Oct, 20 2014

Coming up on the Monday PhilCast....

3-4=Pack Yak with Rich Ratay. Plenty to be happy about after a convincing win at home over Carolina yesterday, the Packers' fourth win in a row.

4-5=Segments including "HowzYer Weekend" when I ease back into the work week afternoon with some chat about the weekend. I did something I think is becoming quite rare these days. Yes Saturday night I actually...
well, you didn't think I was gonna tell you here did you? You have to listen after the 4:00 news today.



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The trouble with Ebola...

Friday, Oct, 17 2014

Ebola.
Make up your minds.

That's the trouble with Ebola....at least when it comes to the whiners in this country.
I'll explain...first segment of the PhilCast on Friday.


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Bank on it Menasha

Thursday, Oct, 16 2014

Maybe I should have seen this one coming.

Hey Menasha, stop the madness!

So now the next great historical building to go after the Menasha Hotel will be the bank that now sits next to a pile of rubble that USED to be the grand old hotel?

Why didn't we know about this ahead of time?

To lose one great old building to make way for progress in the name of business and the almighty dollar is one thing, but now they want the bank building to come down too?

Is this a case of 'give them a finger and they take the whole hand'?
Was this their plan all along?

Does the development group even have tenants for all this 'new, modern' space that is going to be created? Pillars like that don't grow on trees you know. Ask Neenah about city hall, where at least they had a half a brain and left the clock tower up.

I'm just a guy who appreciates the look of great old buildings from the past.
I also understand how local business owners want to see progress and traffic increased. But why does that have to come at a cost of losing part of the very fiber of your community?

I just wish there was more attention paid to perhaps doing more to renovate on the inside and protect the outside of these grand buildings from long ago. After all, your past is your DNA.

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