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What a crazy story in The Brookfield Patch. Journalist and friend Lisa Sink uncovered a woman who tried to buy a Drexel saw tool on Craigslist and then was propositioned for sex by the guy trying to sell her his tool.
So last night I'm sitting at home watching the news. It's Channel Four. They promoted a Rob Koebel Investigation about bullying on a school bus, and the video looked powerful. The promo worked. I stuck around to see it. What I saw really made me angry.
So this disgusting dude, Christopher Branski, writes a completely inappropraiet, profane email to State Senator Alberta Darling. My colleague Charlie Sykes gets a hold of it and shares it with our lisyteners. It is vile. Here it is. Be warned, it is nasty and offensive. After reading the letter, listen to the exclusive interview I had with Barski. It follows the letter.
The good news if you're a wrestler at Lincoln High School in Wisconsin Rapids is that you won a state title. The bad news is that there is a handful of sick puppies that you have to be exposed to (no pun intended).
I'm a sucker for all these goofy photoshop things that people do. I just found a site that put Mike Tyson's crazy face tattoo on different people's faces. This is the website. You can even take your own pictures and add the tattoo.
So the other day I'm sitting in the living room reading a book, waiting for my daughter, Aimee, to get home. I heard the door from the garage into our home open. I yelled, "Hey Aimee. How was work?" There was no answer.