Monday morning, slow to the keyboard

Laundry is started, though. Yippee. (Oh, please, acknowledge the sarcasm in that word.)

As sure as the days get longer, a sign of spring in Milwaukee’s metroplex is the dumping of your (okay, won’t use that) um, flushings into Lake Michigan. Mark my word, Brookfield, the unfinished sewer business is the single most terrifying thing your wallets could face. Half of Brookfield contributes to the problem. All of Brookfield pays for it. It will be extraordinarily expensive when the bureaucrats decide to address the problem.

America is wound so tightly right now it’s tough to watch. I just saw “breaking news” on a low-flying plane near the Hudson that actually started to move the markets. Turned out to be a military drill. It sure feels like the media is begging for a crisis to cover.

Boy, does that get old.

I spoke to one of the Brookfield aldermen in the Calhoun construction area briefly last night. While there was news the second phase of construction is going badly, there were no details of the reader update last night. I’ll continue to look into it.

I have a couple of big things to write this week, but they’ll need to take second priority to finishing THE DRESS and moving a couple of projects around here into high gear. We’ll have to wait and see how it goes.

Comments

  1. The Lorax says:

    Are you skimming blog ideas from my tweets?

  2. Oh, probably not. There was a JSOnline RSS feed to use.

  3. The Lorax says:

    Dang, I was hoping I could cry wolf.

    On another subject, maybe they could bulldoze some houses by eminent domain in the Calhoun corridor and set up a new shopping center called “Muddy Watters”