Saturday, November 11, 2017

While on the topic of Will Law and the constitution

From a friend,

A tentative draft to the Town of Dover, I will complete this draft next week and forward it to the town board members. I still have much to add.

The town of Dover is in a pickle because of the bad legal advice received from its legal counsel. 

Legal Counsel's overly simplistic use of  " it is law; therefore it is legal"  is insufficient legal advice to the Town of Dover,  and I will go as far as to label Ludwig's legal advice as legal negligence.

Since the writing of the U.S. Constitution along with its amendments, the denial/withholding of the right to due process is and always has been contrary to the constitution of the United States.

Keep in mind that practicing attorneys are acting as agents of the court

Any practicing attorney who thru legal practice denies the rights guaranteed by the U.S. constitution to U. S. citizens has violated his/her oath of office and is not worthy to practice law.

I suggest the Town of Dover notify the Ludwig law firms insurance carrier of a possible claim of malpractice.

Veterans Day

Open Blog - Weekend

I hope that you enjoy yours.

Friday, November 10, 2017

Sent to MTP Village Board - copy

Dear Village Board,

The Wisconsin Legislative Council has found that the Act 58, in regards to Foxconn, is most likely Unconstitutional.

PDF attached:

Let me remind all the elected officers receiving this E-mail - to include now Mayor Cory Mason (who is not receiving THIS E-mail) - that you took an OATH OF OFFICE to uphold the Constitution of The State of Wisconsin. Which would REQUIRE you to oppose any Unconstitutional  Foxconn Legislation/Acts - or be a traitor and thus an enemy of The State, acting in violation of your oath.

 Oath of office. Section 28. Members of the legislature, and all officers, executive and judicial, except such inferior officers as may be by law exempted, shall before they enter upon the duties of their respective offices, take and subscribe an oath or affirmation to support the constitution of the United States and the constitution of the state of Wisconsin, and faithfully to discharge the duties of their respective offices to the best of their ability.

You took an OATH - now live up to it - and just tell Foxconn NO!

Txx & Cxxxx.

Four for Fridays!

Good morning everyone how are you doing? It is a very cold day out there I was out this morning taking Drew to work and I could not believe it I had to layer the clothes on. If you do not have to go out I would just stay in the house. Here are your questions.

1) Out of the three holidays coming up which one is your favorite?

2) Do you spend any of the three holidays with friends and family?

3) Why is that holiday so special to you?

4) Do you have any friends or family over to your house for one of the three holidays?

Have a nice and warm weekend!

Open Blog - Friday


Thursday, November 9, 2017

"Concerned Racine County Residents Just Say NO To Foxconn"

"The Danger is Real as the Potentially Unconstitutional FOXCONN 'Corporate Person' is Granted Superior Right to the Natural Person by Legislative Decree"

Thank You, Mount Pleasant Police Officer Blickle.

On Monday, I was in the new KwikTrip on Spring St.  When I went to leave, I couldn't find my keys.  I looked everywhere and couldn't find them.  The store staff were very nice and helpful.  The manager reviewed the security tape and didn't see me set down anything.  One of the store clerks said that the Mount Pleasant Police Department offers a service where one of their officers will come out and attempt to open your car, but only when they have the time.  He called them for me.  They said, "Sit down.  Have some free coffee."

Officer Blickle arrived within 15 minutes.  After running my plates and license, I had to sign a release which freed the Mount Pleasant Police Department from any damages incurred during their attempt to gain entry into my vehicle.

I asked Officer Blickle if they still had "Slim Jims."  "Nope," he replied.  "I wish we still did."  We had a couple at the shop in Chicago.  Essentially, they're a long strip of flat metal with a notch cut out near the end.  You wiggle that piece of metal between the door and window.  When you get it down there, you can feel it engage the lock.  Then just pull up.

Instead, Officer Blickle had an inflatable bladder that he wedged between the door and the pillar.  This opens it enough for him to insert a long metal rod and start fishing for the lock.  In a short while, he had it.  My keys turned out to be in one of the cup holders mounted on the transmission hump.  That's the first time I've done that.  Getting old is a bitch.  

"10 Strangest Biblical Conspiracy Theories"

Open Blog - Thursday

At least, stay alive.

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my fiddle-faddles!  How are you?  Well, we officially have a new mayor: Cory Masonite.  I'm sure he'll be just as tough on deal makers as our previous excuse for a mayor.  Just follow the money, Cory, just do what you're told to do and everything will be alright.

Uh, the Packers lost.

Here are the standings from the Irregular Football League:

Omg!  How did Mr. OrbsCorbs get past me?  Oh no!  This can't be!

Our Chowder Head in Chief is on an Asiatic tour.  I'm sure he's being surrounded by followers at least two people thick.  Just don't start a nuclear war, please.  Chubby Cheeks is sensitive to criticism.  That's something you have in common with him.  If Trump has balls as big as he claims he does, let him slit Chubby Cheeks' throat.  Donald, don't forget to wear your body armor.  We can hide a fully automatic AK47 and ammo behind the podium on the stage.  Let him spray it, not say it.

Trump may have to be taken into custody by the Secret Service.  Nobody knows where the fuck he is then, except probably out in the desert somewhere.  Those fuel cells on the roofs of all of the ATVs are filled with gasoline.  Fuel for the vehicles and a generator.  The vehicles are armored.  An explosion on the roof would have little effect on surrounding vehicles or the vehicle below.

A rocket-propelled grenade at the right spot might do the trick, but why chance it and call in an air-strike, instead. "Good night, Irene, good night, Irene..."

We have trouble finding Mr. Gov. Scooter sometimes.  I think he likes to get together with his frat buddies there and sing and drink until broad daylight.  Then he makes laws.

Does he know of the vast number of drinking establishments we have downtown, with more on the way?  It's a drunk's paradise.  Let's call Machinery Row, Drunkard's Row instead.  I wonder how many drunks will fall into the river and drown?

OK, my children, I love you and pray for your protection all week long.  The nut jobs with rifles seems to be on the rise.  What a world we have made.

Turkey Day is on the march towards us.  A day devoted to gluttony.  We know how to celebrate a holiday in America.  Eat well.  Spend well.  Love well.  Oh yeah.
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"Website Targets Mount Pleasant Resident & Local Activist"

"A local activist in Mount Pleasant has gone public about a website she says is targeting her for being outspoken about village operations and elected officials. 

"Kelly Gallaher is well known in political circles in Racine County and has openly butted heads with leadership in Mount Pleasant for years. In May, a website called Let’s Make a Better Mt. Pleasant was started, and in the months since, the majority of the posts on this website have taken aim at Gallaher. It has also focused on Trustees Ken Otwaska, Gary Feest and Jon Hansen. In October alone, the website published six posts, all focused on Gallaher.

"The name of the blog is a play on the Facebook page Gallaher and other residents of Mount Pleasant created a couple of years ago: A Better Mt. Pleasant.

"Who’s the author remains a question"

"Gallaher told Racine County Eye she believes Village President David DeGroot is behind the blog, but she has no proof. Gallaher concedes that because the author is anonymous it could be anyone.

"DeGroot denied having anything to do with Let’s Make a Better Mt. Pleasant or knowing anything about the site.

"'I have no idea what she's 'talking about,' he said, adding that he doesn’t have time to read or care about the website.

"Gallaher said she contacted law enforcement about the website and its harassment of her, but because the comments are delivered through a public online venue and not directly to her through notes, emails or voicemail messages, there is no legal recourse.

"'The laws in Wisconsin have not kept up with technology,' Gallaher added. 'That means we can’t get a subpoena to find the owner of the website to get them to stop.'

Read more:


Open Blog - Wednesday

That's so peppy, it makes me want to puke.

New Foxconn Blog

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

"The 54 Year Itch"

From the Shepherd Express:

November 7, 2017
2:35 PM

I’m Art Kumbalek and man oh manischewitz what a world, ain’a? So listen, the Feds released a boatload of potentially blockbusting JFK assassination records from the National Archives just the other week. Remember? And what did we learn? This: President John F. Kennedy was shot to death by Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas on Friday, Nov. 22, 1963. Hey, thanks for the focking tip. Answered a lot of questions I’ve been itching to know for 54 years, what the fock. Anyways, I did some research and memory work on my own and what follows is information you may not find in those government files.

1963: “The Beverly Hillbillies” was the top-rated TV show; A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum was Tony’s Best Musical; the Dodgers with superhuman Sandy Koufax swept the Yankees in the World Series (Pete Rose was NL Rookie of the Year); the Green Bay Packers failed to advance to the NFL title game after three successive visits ’cause Paul focking Hornung was busted for gambling; the Swingle Singers grabbed the Grammy for Best New Artist; Sonny Rollins took first in Down Beat’s Critics Poll on tenor sax; jeans were play-clothes and they were called overalls; and in the early afternoon on 11/22 of that year, you would’ve found me cooling my heels whilst bored on my ass during eighth-grade social studies class, getting the particulars on the fascinating topic of the economy of Guate-focking-mala, our Latin neighbor to the south, I kid you not.

I remember starting to nod off when the loudspeaker above the blackboard squealed for our attention with word that the coolest guy in the country, and the first president to be inaugurated not sporting a brim, had been shot in focking Dallas. It was like getting socked in the breadbasket by a 10th grader as hard as he could so you had diarrhea and needed to puke, in unison. Later, the radio broadcast through that loudspeaker told us the president was gone, leaving behind for some of us the firm belief that faith in the future would forever more be nothing but moosedick.

But that was then. Today, my belief that “faith in the future” is moosedick grows stronger with each successive commander-in-chief to be endured, and I am able to take a more objective view of our first Catholic president. And I got to tell you—JFK—what a guy. The original party president. The Kennedy White House, Camelot they called it, but Came-a-lot would be more like it. And the “Bay of Pigs,” some kind of botched invasion of Cuba? Hell no. The bay of pigs was the sound one heard outside the presidential boudoir when Jackie was out of town.

Lots of people to this day would swear that Jack is the top tomato when it comes to presidentializing. I think not. Yes, true, he was the first rock-star president. Rock stars are assclowns, so big focking deal. That fact alone is enough for me to place Jack in the lowest third of historical U.S. presidents, next to knobs like the Zach Taylors, the Jim Buchanans, the George Bushes. Yes, JFK made it possible for the Beatles to happen, but I always thought those Rolling Stones cleaned their clocks, at least until Mick Jagger started looking like Don Knotts’ stunt double.

On the other hand, he did bag Marilyn Monroe, so that gets him up in my personal standings a tad. Of course, back then the only celeb who didn’t bag Marilyn Monroe was the pope; although to this day there remains yet no irrefutable documentation that clearly states he didn’t get his share too, so who the fock really knows, ain’a?

And speaking of no irrefutable documentation, we have the assassination theories. About this Kennedy whack cum conspiracy cum first TV-president cum lodestone for lunatics, once that Warren Commission snow job came down with no mention of Pete Rozelle (former National Football commish) as a possible conspirator, I knew there was a stinky worm can afoot. Hey, you’re telling me that only three years after Dallas was given a football franchise over the desires of JFK, who wanted his Boston to have professional tackle football instead, the president just happened to be in that Texan cow town during the middle of football season—and got shot? Unnecessary roughness? You bet. Hey, where were the officials on that play. You tell me.

Not to mention that nobody ever questioned what the fock a schoolbook depository was doing in Texas. They hardly have schools, let alone books for christ sakes. Like Will Rogers should’ve said: “I never met a Texan who ever read a book.”

But of course, we now know that it was you and me who shot the Kennedys. Yeah, and I shot the sheriff, Tupac and J.R. to boot, what the fock. Yet to think that it’s possible that the course of our country was so dramatically altered because of tackle football in Dallas should show you a thing or two about history: Every action, no matter how tiny, causes a ripple in the cesspool of events. Just by blowing your nose, you could change the course of a nation in the future to come—so please, always be sure to carry a hanky ’cause I’m Art Kumbalek and I told you so.


"Fallone: Foxconn deal tips scales of justice in Wisconsin"

"Our system of justice rests upon two pillars: equal treatment and independent judgment.  Every person who appears before our state courts expects to be treated equally to every other litigant.  In addition, all parties to a lawsuit expect to have their cases heard by judges who are free to exercise their own independent judgment.  Recently, the state Legislature and Gov. Scott Walker approved legislation — a $3 billion package luring Foxconn Technology Group to build a flat-screen TV factory in Racine County — that seriously undermines these two fundamental principles.

"The principle of equal treatment commands that the same rules should apply to all parties appearing before the court.  No one should receive special status.  It is true that the two sides in a case might not be evenly matched, and that one might have more financial resources or a more skilled legal team.  But, even then, both parties in the case should be subject to the same set of laws and procedures and have the same opportunity to argue that the law supports their claim.

"The Foxconn legislation creates special treatment for Foxconn whenever the corporation is sued in Wisconsin courts.  The law forces the Wisconsin Supreme Court to directly take appeals involving 'Electronics and Information Technology Manufacturing Zones' (EITM) from the circuit courts. By law there is only one such zone, and that zone is soon to be home to Foxconn. Typically, the high court would hear appeals at its discretion, and then only after the case was heard by an intermediate court.

"The reason for placing cases involving Foxconn on a 'fast-track' to the Wisconsin Supreme Court should be obvious.  That Court has a majority of Justices who were elected with the financial support of Wisconsin’s largest trade and manufacturing lobbyists.  The drafters of the legislation expect these justices to be sympathetic to the concerns of manufacturers such as Foxconn."

"Lamborghini Terzo Millennio"

"She flipped off President Trump — and got fired from her government contracting job"

Juli Briskman’s middle-finger salute of Trump’s motorcade in Sterling, Va., went viral. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)  

"It was the middle-finger salute seen around the world.

"Juli Briskman’s protest aimed at the presidential motorcade that roared past her while she was on her cycling path in Northern Virginia late last month became an instantly viral photo.

"Turns out it has now cost the 50-year-old marketing executive her job.

"On Halloween, after Briskman gave her bosses at Akima, a government contracting firm, a heads-up that she was the unidentified cyclist in the photo, they took her into a room and fired her, she said, escorting her out of the building with a box of her things.

"'I wasn’t even at work when I did that,' Briskman said. 'But they told me I violated the code-of-conduct policy.'

"Her bosses at Akima, who have not returned emails and calls requesting comment, showed her the blue-highlighted Section 4.3 of the firm’s social-media policy when they canned her."

Don't disrespect the Donald.

Open Blog - Tuesday

I hope that you have a good one.

Monday, November 6, 2017

The cure for fruit flies in the home.

Get a small bowl or container.  Place some red apple cider vinegar in the bowl.  Cover your bowl with plastic wrap.  Add a rubber band to make it tight.  Poke holes in the wrap with a pin.  I poked my bowl wrap 25 times.  The fruit flies fly in the holes, but not out.

It worked overnight.  The kitchen is free of fruit flies for the first time in years.  I have to make another trap.  I grow "kitty grass" in my bedroom for Charlie.  The fruit flies like to hang out in there, too. 

For me, this has been an unqualified success. 

"Six officers needed to subdue allegedly intoxicated man in Downtown Racine"

"RACINE — It reportedly took six officers to subdue a belligerently intoxicated Racine man early Sunday in Downtown. He faces several charges related to the incident.

"Anthony Jardina, 20, of the 3000 block of Rosalind Avenue, is charged with criminal damage to property, obstructing an officer, disorderly conduct and misdemeanor bail jumping.

"According to the criminal complaint:

"At about 2 a.m., Jardina reportedly broke beer bottles and hit parked cars in the area of Main and Fifth streets. He then lifted a city garbage container at 536 Main St. and threw it on the ground, spilling garbage on the sidewalk and causing damage to the container.

"Metro Security, a private security firm, detained Jardina at the intersection of Sixth Street and Wisconsin Avenue, as its officers reported he was acting paranoid, belligerent and was talking to himself.

"As Racine Police Department officers arrived and performed a records check, Jardina reportedly became combative with officers and began to scream and kick his legs.

"After Jardina calmed down and was placed under arrest, he again allegedly started to fight officers in an attempt to break free from restraint.

"It reportedly took six officers to subdue Jardina, due to his strength. Officers reported that they could smell a strong odor of intoxicants coming from his breath.

"Jardina was taken to the Ascension All Saints Hospital emergency room to be treated because of his erratic behavior. As he continued to act violently, Jardina was handcuffed to the bed rails for the safety of the nurses. Police had to continue to physically restrain Jardina, as he screamed and attempted to chew at the handcuffs and bed rails in efforts to free himself.

"Jardina remained in custody as of 2 p.m. Monday.

"Jardina has a pending misdemeanor case in Racine County for possession of marijuana and obstruction. He was released on June 8 on a $1,000 cash bond, with the condition that he would commit no new crime."


Things I don't miss about drinking.

"CBD: Marijuana Without the High"

"Watch This Man Jump Into A Stranger’s Car. We’re Blown Away By The Reason"


"Search for missing woman continues"

"RACINE COUNTY — The search for Dover resident Lynn Rickard, 59, is scheduled to resume at 11 a.m. Monday according to a news release from the Racine County Sheriff’s Office.

"Kansasville Fire Department will also participate in the search.

"Rickard has been missing since June 25 and the family is offering a $10,000 reward for her safe return.

"According to the release, Racine Sheriff Christopher Schmaling said that 'due to the time of year, foliage is reduced, crops have been cultivated, and visibility is greater. The Sheriff’s Office remains committed to bringing closure to the family of Lynn Rickard.'

"Several large-scale searches have been conduced since Rickard’s disappearance, including areas in Kenosha County."


Open Blog - Monday


Sunday, November 5, 2017

How does this happen?

"Microbrewery planned for Downtown Racine next year"

"Mark Flynn, co-owner of DP Wigley, holds his award-winning Belgian Chocolate Raspberry Stout.
JAKE GREEN, Journal Times file photo" 

It certainly pays to be fiends with lying John.

"Paintings by Indian elephant auctioned off in Hungary"

BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Paintings created by an Indian elephant who enjoys wielding a brush were auctioned off by a Hungarian traveling circus on Saturday.

Sandra, a 42-year-old elephant, paints with her trunk in a Hungarian travelling circus of Florian Richter Circus in Budapest, Hungary November 2, 2017. Picture taken November 2, 2017. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh

Three of 42-year-old elephant Sandra’s abstract canvasses, with colored lines flowing across them resembling rivers, fetched about 40,000 forints ($150) each.

A painting depicting Sandra herself, done by a Hungarian painter, sold for 260,000 forints. The money will be offered to an elephant sanctuary in Malaysia.

Sandra paints with her trunk purely for pleasure, according to her owner and trainer Florian Richter, a horse acrobat and circus director.

Sandra, a 42-year-old elephant, poses for a photo with Hungarian circus fans who bought her painting in the Florian Richter Circus in Budapest, Hungary November 4, 2017. REUTERS/Laszlo Balogh NO RESALES. NO ARCHIVES

Sandra, who was already well practised in a circus trick involving a shaving brush, was given a paintbrush and she quickly adapted her skills to the canvas.

Richter said that unlike many elephants in Thailand that are thought to be forced to paint, Sandra does it by herself when she is in the mood.

“I only help her with changing the brushes and putting them into paints but she does the rest by herself more or less. I praise her by saying ‘oh this is really good, or not so good’,” Richter said. “We have been together for 40 years so this is a family connection.”

Sandra arrived as a baby elephant at the circus where Richter grew up, as a seventh generation member of an acrobat family.

($1 = 267.5200 forints)

Reporting by Krisztina Fenyo, Writing by Krisztina Than; Editing by Stephen Powell
Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

Hmm.  Maybe I should see if Charlie would like to do this with his tail.

Daylight Saving Time Ends

I hope you remembered to set your clocks back one hour when you went to bed last night.  Otherwise, you're going to be late for everything.