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If you need a non-prescription sleep aide, visit ontheborderline.nyet. ( or read some of the full length propaganda comments from the OTBL blogger that thinks he's damaging our reputation
by posting thousands of meaningless articles about Marxism and "School Choice" from fine object sources like "The CATO Institute" Now that's entertainment!)
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at 3/24/2007 Posted by Andy Rand
OTBL keeps making requests of the ATBL Cartoon Network , and we keep
OTBL blooger resently made the following cartoon request:
" maybe a picture of his wife [the teacher] with a rolling pin bashing Bob
over the head and yelling, "Anti-education creep!"
Well, we tried, but Bob's wife [ the teacher, an excellent one, I might add ] is against violence (and besides, she's camera shy). So we did the next best thing. We asked Luke's wife to
stand in and she did so most graciously.
at 3/24/2007 Posted by Andy Rand
"Maybe a picture of Bob and the kids sitting in front of Newton Field exclaiming, 'damn public education?'"
"Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. Enable them
to see that it is their interest to preserve peace and order, and
they will preserve them. And it requires no very high degree of
education to convince them of this. They are the only sure
reliance for the preservation of our liberty."
to James Madison, 1787
at 3/24/2007 Posted by EastWing
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at 3/23/2007 Posted by Andy Rand
This morning, when I left the house to get into my car to drive to work, it was obvious that spring had arrived. I saw my first robin a couple days ago. I heard red wing black birds yesterday afternoon while walkikng in Mary Park. The grackles were making their scissor-bird sound and it felt good.
It was a treat to the sound of Mother Nature's poetry. It was good. To celebrate, here's a poem by Kay Dee Ward titled "First Robin."
I saw my first robin
Of springtime today
Out on the lawn
Looking dazed and dismayed
Shivering with cold
On this late winter day
If he'd lost his way
Taken a wrong turn
In his long Northern flight
Instead of a left
Mayhap he'd turned to the right
And come to this cold and
Forbidding dark place
Without any warmth of
The sun on its face
The winter's been long
And dreadfully cold
So dear little robin
If I may be so bold
You're most welcome here
As the first sign of spring
With grand celebration
Let all the bells ring
at 3/23/2007 Posted by Sunny Badger
at 3/22/2007 Posted by Sunny Badger
Drivers’ heading into New Richmond on Wisconsin Route 65 from the south probably noticed this license plate on a car parked by a large sign on the property to be purchased with voters approval of a $93 million referendum ballot question on April 3. A tentative purchase price of $3.3 million for the 110 acres land has been agreed to by the District staff and the seller.
at 3/22/2007 Posted by Sunny Badger
Welcome bloggers from around the world! It's hard to believe that the St. Croix River Valley of the Wisconsin-Minnesota borderland is ground zero of the rapidly expanding blog phenomena. Like everything you read on blogs, this is definitely true. To get you familiar with the blogs of the SCV, we thought we'd start this new feature with a introduction to the evil and ugly step sister of the SCV blogs -- On The Border Whine.
Operated out of a damp basement in Hudson's "skunk hollow," this blog has prided itself with attracting a wide variety of posters and comments. When ask what he attributed his blog's ability to draw such a wide variety of viewers, blog admin Killbore said it is probably the fact that so many prisons now have Internet access. He said that prisons are choosing his blog to be the startup page for their Internet portal. Prison officials hope this, plus porn-blocking filters, will have a calming effect on prisoners. When asked to explain this, one prison official say the theory is that, if the OTBL blog can numb viewers' brains so effectively, they figure it may numb other sensitive areas of the body.
Below is shot of a typical post on the On The Border Whine blog. Notice the nice picture of a river. Readers will quickly see the post titled “The moderate left–warning X rated” by Bob Ziller makes little or no sense to anyone who has passed eight grade with the minimal amount of effort. Ziller mentions a JPN. This is a blogger who operates another blog in the SCV. That blog, AboveTheBorderLine, is known for taking the "high road." Instead of slandering local community members, dedicated public servants and local reporters making less money that workers at the local MacDonald's, the ATBL blog is know for providing useful, interesting, heart warming posts that delight readers of all ages and political persuasions. More on that blog later.
(Double-click the pictures to expand for readability)
Of course, hip bloggers know that any good post will generate an excess of insightful, intelligent discussion. It doesn't take long to realize there are no hig bloggers on the OTBW membership roles. Discussion comes in the form comments to the post. The OTBW blog generates a great deal of discussion of the variety you would find on a audio tape loop. In the true spirit of the maxim "Sometimes even a blind squirrel finds a nut," an intelligent comment is accidently posted on the OTBW blog site. Below are the comments that have been made so far to Mr. Z's post. With the exception of the hyper-intelligent comment by dratsum (that's "mustard" spelled backwards), the comments to this post are similar to comments commonly found on OTBW posts.
We hope you found this post helpful. We explore more of the St. Croix Valley blogosphere in future postings. Please feel free to leave you comments below.
at 3/21/2007 Posted by JPN
Self-proclaimed "resident slacker freak" Luke the Blogger finds someone new to roam Boondoggle with in the form of self-proclaimed "social commentator and stay-at-home crank" O. Nonimous. Sarcasm and humor abounds. Kowboy Kurt, Lil Bill and Dr. Spiritmynutsitch finally get McJobs in the fast food industry. This leads to the world's record in shortest careers. Meanwhile Mr. Keebler and company arrive just in time for drive thru service as the chaos erupts inside the OTBL hot tub. The calm of the spring Boondoggle night is shattered when a hold-up attempt by a duct-tape encased jogger wearing a pink headband goes awry, thanks to the chaotic intervention of the robber's unintended hostage: a hyperactive, cigar-smoking six-year old named Boobbie O'Stickit.
Mr. Peanut reminds you to "think less and cut-n-paste more."
By Nora Carr
Thanks to the proliferation of blogs on the internet, cyberspace is becoming an increasingly popular forum for would-be political critics and journalists to express their displeasures with state and local officials, including school board members. But, as eSchool News columnist Nora Carr points out in her latest column, elected officials who take offense to such commentary on public blogs should weigh their options carefully before going on the offensive.
March 16, 2007—A venerated public relations mantra goes something like this: "Never get in an argument with people who buy their ink by the barrel." With the advent of the internet, it's time for an update: "Never get in an argument with a blogger."
Just ask Lawrence, N.Y., school board trustee Pamela Greenbaum, who recently asked the Manhattan Supreme Court to force Google Inc. to reveal the identity of an anonymous blogger called Orthomom.
Reportedly an Orthodox Jewish housewife who lives on Long Island, Orthomom regularly tackles school district and community issues on her blog.
The blog unabashedly supports the rights of private school parents and the conservative--and growing--Jewish community.
Read more @ eSchool News.
at 3/20/2007 Posted by Sunny Badger
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at 3/18/2007 Posted by Andy Rand
As always, there is confusion over at ontheborderline.net. They are thinking someone on associated with this blog thinks that corporations are the root of all evil. Of course that's nonsense, but it gives them a chance to call someone who doesn't buy their colostomy bag of misinformation a "communist." Always remember: you can always tell an ontheborderline.net blogger, you just can't tell him much.
The correct answer is "the love of money is the root of all evil."
"No, it's not. In fact that line does not appear in the Bible, rather it is a misquoted cliche. The Good Book actually states, "For the love of money is the root of all evil." (Timothy 6:10). There is quite a difference."
Modern society is corrupted by the lust for money, money, money BY Ronan McSherry
"I believe being an American is more then looking to make money at the expense of others and hope we can all take a look at the morality of our own professions, investments, purchases and lifestyles to make the country better. And this is hardly news - one need only look as far as the first book ever printed to see the abandoned ancient wisdom that says "Love of money is the root of all evil".
Read: Are your investments killing America? by Gustav Wynn.
"Love of money is the root of all-evil. GW Bush is a symbol, much more evident than his icon of devotion, the Red on white, Crooked Cross."
Read: How To Regain Our Freedom Forever! Part I of Two Parts by Professor Emeritus Peter Bagnolo.
"Music has lost passion and exploration and as an avid fan of music it makes me sick. Music is about self-expression, not money. It just proves true that money is the root of all evil and is capable of destroying anything."
Corporations ruin originality, artist's self-expression in today's music by Scott Recker.
at 3/18/2007 Posted by JPN
"As the self-annointed KING of St. Croix County I, and ONLY I, will determine who can speak out in the communities where the Rivertowns newspapers are published. If you speak out against a referendum you will be silenced. If you write a letter against a public official you will be silenced. If you ask for ANY accountability at all from your government employees you will be silenced. Our newspaper have an agenda and we will see to it that it is carried out. As the publisher I HAVE SPOKEN!"
Luke The Kook
at 3/18/2007 Posted by EastWing