March 13, 2011

Mead.

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Mead, on the menu, as I brunched with Meade. I had black coffee. And hash.

26 comments:

Julius said...

Lucky you that you can just get hash like that in Wisconsin. Very Amsterdam-y. I'm jealous!

garage mahal said...

New Meadia didn't call me for an interview yesterday :(

Wonder if he caught the Tractorcade. It was hard to miss. Maybe his camera battery ran low or something.

Chef Mojo said...

Black coffee and hash? Sounds like the breakfast of champions in certain areas of Morocco that I'm familiar with...

edutcher said...

A good stiff Mead does a woman good.

(And don't tell me nobody else thought of it...)

The Crack Emcee said...

Black coffee and hash:

The hippie 8 ball.

ken said...

I thought elections had consequences according to Duh Won. And what about the new civility or does it only apply to the teabaggers and conservatives? Ditto for bullying. Lots of intellectually dishonest crybabies on this site. You assclowns lost. Now get over it. Oh, of course, take it to the courts. I imagine Wisc. Supremes are down with decisions and ex post facto BS apropos of the 2000 Fl. Supremes?

MamaM said...

Shoot, Garage, where's your pictures of the event? I'd be interested in seeing them.

Trooper York said...

That's sucks garage. If I am ever in Wisconsin I will call you up and we will go on a pub crawl.

Of course there is a better chance I will be in Bangkok before I am ever in Wisconsin.

Trooper York said...

I love corn beef hash. With an egg over easy on top. Black coffee. Rye toast.

That's some good shit right there.

Browndog said...

Slightly off topic-

Many moons ago, when curiosity killed my cat and I ventured into the blogoshere, I clicked every link at Pajamasmedia.

I found Althouse-an obscure website by a law professor. It became one of the few I read regularly.

Now, she's invaded my normal reading-

http://weaselzippers.us/2011/03/13/wisconsin-do-you-wonder-duh/

Some say Insty is a kingmaker...

I say Althouse came into her own...on her own, riding the wave of NewMeadia.

Congratulations.

But, can you tone it down abit?

Do you need to be everywhere?

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America's Politico said...

I am wondering if there is a book coming out just around summer 2012 about the GOP and Union focusing on Madison, WI?

I have a hunch it is being drafted and it will bury the GOP.

The GOP is finished, I tell you.

garage mahal said...

Shoot, Garage, where's your pictures of the event? I'd be interested in seeing them.

Here you go Tractorcade pics toward the end.

rana said...

Ah, the B. Nektar mead made right here in Ferndale, Michigan. I notice that my favorite flavor, orange blossom, is not on the menu; however, the vanilla cinnamon is very good.

Browndog said...

MamaM said...

"Shoot, Garage, where's your pictures of the event? I'd be interested in seeing them."

Seen one, seen them all. They are a standard precursor to every leftist takeover From the Bolsheviks to Chavez.

"Unite! Under the Worker's might!"...or something to that effect

Nocturne said...

Yeah garage mahal's link and a demand note and you've got your recipe for a pinko party.

chickelit said...

Of course there is a better chance I will be in Bangkok before I am ever in Wisconsin.

Confucious say: Man going through airport turnstile sideways surely going to Bangkok.

Almost Ali said...

Here.

Almost Ali said...

The GOP is finished, I tell you.

Good.

Almost Ali said...

Not here.

David said...

One big protest in Madison, and Althouse is back on hash.

David said...

The GOP is finished, I tell you.

Yup. Living on borrowed time since 1856.

shoutingthomas said...

Love is transient. The flesh is weak.

Enjoy it while you can, Althouses.

My Myrna has been gone for 6-1/2 years.

So, get it while you can.

Calypso Facto said...

Nice pics, garage. Thanks!

Of course those outdated tractors are more for show than getting anything useful done. And keeping them running will break a budget. Oh.... now I get it! :)

Skay said...

The Democrats destroy everything they touch.

The Union should get the bill for restoring the Capital-not the taxpayers.

Martin L. Shoemaker said...

Corned beef hash is comfort food for me, a childhood favorite. If you drain the grease out of it, it makes a great hot sandwich. (If you don't drain the grease, the bread gets soggy and falls apart.) I never see it served that way, but it's great, especially on thin-sliced rye.