An oldie but goodie.
People in Florida crank up the heat.
People in Wisconsin sunbathe.
People in Louisiana put on thermal underwear.
People in Wisconsin have picnics in the park.
People in South Carolina shiver uncontrollably.
People in Wisconsin have one last cookout before the weather turns cold.
People in Alabama wear overcoats and earmuffs.
People in Wisconsin think about shutting the windows.
New York landlords finally turn on the heat.
People in Wisconsin switch from short to long sleeves.
10 below zero:
Californians move to Mexico.
People in Wisconsin start drying their laundry indoors.
20 below zero:
Texans are hospitalized with hypothermia.
People in Wisconsin take their winter coats out of storage.
40 below zero:
Senators and Congressmen put their hands in their own pockets.
People in Wisconsin let their dogs sleep indoors.
60 below zero:
Hell freezes over.
Water in Wisconsin rivers starts to thicken.
80 below zero:
Washington DC runs out of hot air.
People in Wisconsin say, “Cold enough for you?”
A miniature horse named Tinker from West Bend, Wisconsin is one of the Salvation Army’s most successful bell ringers, bringing in donations at a rate far exceeding that of his human colleagues.
(You can read more about Tinker here.)
This billboard on US Highway 8 between Weyerhauser and Cameron, Wisconsin, was sponsored by Bob Lorkowski — a Wisconsin businessman who I’m pretty sure really did build his own business.
Educational nature video that will tell you more than you ever wanted to know about the honey badger (Mellivora capensis):
Educational political video about the Badger State’s budget-balancing governor, Scott Walker (Fiscalis responsibilis) :
Debbie Blabbermouth-Schultz, on the Democrats’ loss in Tuesday’s recall: