Well… *Teeth chattering.* After the show of a completely injured season the fact we made it to the play offs was a miracle. I … suppose it was a good game.
*Grit teeth, while he continues to shiver from the cold.* Anyway - sorry Bear Fans, ya still lost the division at home. Your trash talk has been rendered flaccid and impotent for the remainder of the season.
yes, I went out for 15 minutes to get gas and Heet and I was wearing 4 layers and I was still so cold.
I just got back to Seattle from WI this past Thursday. Everyone here is all bundled up in winter coats. I instantly stripped down to a t-shirt and was sweating because it was a solid 50 degrees warmer than WI was when I left.
Wisconsin, I love you, but you need to stop.
I’m sorry, negative seventy-five? I didn’t even know that was a temperature that could be reached outside of the arctic!
It was like 65 degrees in Florida today and everyone was freaking out about how cold it was.
Nah it’s not that cold, just bundle up you’ll be fine
I’M PRETTY SURE THE POINT STEVEN’S MAKING THERE IN THE CENTER IS TO FUCKING MOVE
If u live in Stevens point u have more reasons than weather to move.
In a pissed off post game mope pile.
I mean, I wasn’t expecting the Pack to go far in these playoffs, but losing by a last minute field goal just blows.
A preview of Thanksgiving dinner in the University of Wisconsin-Madison residence halls, 1967. Photo by Duane Hopp.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Sara Ring of the Minnesota Digital Library is originally a Wisconsin girl, but is now our neighbor to the west. For our social media exchange this week, she chose this 1967 photo featuring two UW-Madison students and a residence hall chef getting “a mouth-watering view of what is in store” for the Thanksgiving menu. Approximately 3 1/2 tons of turkey with all the trimmings were consumed that year in UW-Madison’s residence halls.
via: The UW-Madison Collection, UW-Madison Archives by way of University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!