More votes?

There’s growing chatter that 500 votes have been discovered in Waukesha County.

James T. Harris started it in Twitter.

BrkfldDad caught it and put it to comments here.


  1. John Foust says:

    For Mr. Hit ‘Em Where It Hits, the term “inside sources” can actually mean “voices inside my head.”

    Read Folkbum for a better explanation. (Sounds like Harris doesn’t understand “undervote.”)

  2. Undervoting for the main draw? At least that’s the way I understood it would interpret.

    We haven’t heard much, though, so I doubt it will materialize. I will have to go back to choosing a paint color for my kitchen. 🙂

  3. J. Strupp says:

    Sherwin Williams “Fired Brick”.

  4. You know, no kidding, I have a friend that used basically that color a few weeks ago for her kitchen. But, my living room is an awesome shade of red (I love color) and I don’t think I want it for the kitchen. Maybe I just have to redo the whole first floor…

  5. Oh, and by the way, there are more votes in Winnebago County.

    This opera isn’t over.

  6. J. Strupp says:

    The accent wall idea for the kitchen looks pretty sweet too.

  7. Ok, we’re talking decorating, J. Strupp. Is the world about to end or something?

  8. J. Strupp says:

    Come on. It’s great!

  9. So do you want to know what I picked for the countertops?

  10. Winegirl says:

    The best money I ever spent was at a local furnture store that offered professional design service. The services were included in the furniture tab racked up at the store. That designer saved us thousands in mistakes and we still love the furniture and decor brought to our home. I know the “home stores” also offer similar design services. And as a last resort, I ask my sister and brother in law, both artists, for suggestions on color. They give me rock solid advice.

  11. That made me laugh out loud! We are such a funny group.

    I do color really, really well. It’s just one of my “things.” Son #1 inherited it. He can nail a color even better than I can from memory, and I’m pretty good. (Son #2 and my mother are color-blind, which makes for some great family stories.)

    It’s hard to consider turning over the house to someone else. I’ve always done it myself. It’s what makes it home to me, and goodness knows I spend a lot of time here.