On New head of troubled agency resigns
916WI, schoonyg is on at least his 5th Gazette alias. His posts are so obvious.
On SS Badger carferry kicks off sailing season
tikiman1, high sulfer coal beats out natural gas
On Obama: the fall
dustyd, if you think all those things about him, you are basing your opinion on what? From the readings I have done I don't agree. His back ground is actually very diverse with opinions that have leaned both ways depending on the topic.
On Ryan, Walker headline Wisconsin GOP convention
You don't know that for sure wislady. That's on a dozen or so web sites so Noteaforme only did a copy and paste.
On Wis. air show canceled after Blue Angels grounded
I guess if you need to choose between an air show and entitlements, the air show gets the ax.
On Students from needy families place burden on schools
ladulce, maybe not smart phones but how about cigarettes? ...$$$$
On Five things to know about Janesville's new trash collection system
Mine has a scratch on it. Can I exchange it?
On Ash borers found in Beloit
Who would have thought the EAB would cause a 50% Comment Deletion ratio!! This is a REALLY controversial topic!!!
On Rock River crests, expected to fall over next several days
If you must drive through deep water (axle level or deeper) keep in mind that oil seals are design to keep a heavier, thicker fluid inside differentials and not to keep water out. If you find yourself having to drive through deep water, after the water has gone down have the differentials and transfer cases on 4wd trucks serviced. The fluid will more than likely be contaminated with water and it turns into a expensive repair if ignored. Extending the exhaust up in the air is the least of worries if trying to turn your truck in to an amphibious vehicle. Air intake, brakes, ignition system are all things that would be more important than the exhaust pipe.
On Budget solution for U.S. is hiding in Cayman Islands
Nemisis, maybe you should read the article. The reporter does not state this practice is illegal: ".....These practices are all technically legal, but they aren’t right."
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