A few months ago, it was announced that a new bar is coming to State Street. The whole city of Madison was jumping for joy because State Street in its current state does not have enough bars. Prior to the opening of this bar, an interview was conducted with new bar owner Chase Williams.
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The only thing the entire human race has in common is death. It is sad, but it is the truth. One of the greatest things about humanity, especially here in the U.S., is that you can make money doing anything. This brings us to one of the most underappreciated occupations, morticians. Morticians are an important aspect of our way of living. Morticians — also known as funeral directors — are responsible for making our loved ones who have passed look presentable during an open casket wake or funeral. They also help with the burying or cremation process.
Losing your hair is a scary thought for most people. As we get older, the possibility of hair loss becomes greater, and so does the fear of losing it.
In 1888, Benjamin Harrison (R) was running against the incumbent Grover Cleveland (D) in the presidential race. This was an uphill battle, as it has been proven over time that the incumbent usually has the advantage when it comes to presidential elections. Could it be that it was such an uphill battle that Harrison would do anything in his power to secure his victory? Recent evidence suggests that may be the case.
Yes, humans are not the only ones who struggle to decide what they want for dinner. Yes, its owner did put out a bowl of Purina Pro Plan Complete Essentials, but maybe, for supper, David the shi tzu wants that fresh pile of feces he secretly placed in the basement behind the dehumidifier.
Last week, what started as normal bickering across the aisle at a Senate committee hearing quickly became a disgrace to the state of Wisconsin. The hearing was scheduled to go over four bills, of which the first two had to do with speed limits and road safety.