Good morning.

Wednesday in Whitewater will be mostly cloudy with a high of 56. Sunrise is 6:42 and sunset 5:34 for 10h 52m 15s of daytime. The moon is a waxing gibbous with 92.4% of its visible disk illuminated.

Whitewater’s Parks & Recreation Board meets at 5:30 PM

On this day in 1918, the last Carolina parakeet dies in captivity at the Cincinnati Zoo.

By Huub Veldhuijzen van Zanten/Naturalis Biodiversity Center, CC BY-SA 3.0,

  All my life, I’ve thought that stories of time machines were mere fantasies. How wrong I’ve been.

As it turns out, WISGOP scientists likely have invented a working time machine: 

After watching the Eric Hovde campaign video, the first explanation1 for his appearance and attire is that WISGOP scientists have, in fact, found a way to travel from 2024 back to 1974, to study that earlier era’s aesthetic. 


Hovde’s style (and background or politics) isn’t going to work in present-day Wisconsin, but this WISGOP technological advance is impressive nonetheless.

1. The second explanation, far less savory, is that Hovde’s campaign team has been studying old 8mm amateur porn films. See Boogie Nights

Horse seen running down Interstate 95 in Philadelphia:

Daily Bread for 4.22.22: Records-Deleting Fashionista Michael Gableman

Good morning. Friday in Whitewater will be rainy with a high of 50.  Sunrise is 6:00 AM and sunset 7:45 PM for 13h 45m 21s of daytime.  The moon is a waning gibbous with 61.3% of its visible disk illuminated. On this day in 1876, the first National League baseball game is played at the Jefferson Street Grounds in Philadelphia.…

Vulgar Outside, Disordered Inside

Embed from Getty Images Robin Givhan wisely observes that Trump’s catastrophic fashion choices in England were not just a sign of bad taste: For any man to bungle white-tie dress — something so regimented, so steeped in tradition, so well-documented — he must be a man who doesn’t bother with the details, who doesn’t avail…

Good for Her

Martha McSally, a member of Congress from Arizona (R-02), chose to wear a sleeveless dress and open-toed shoes while speaking on the House floor. It’s not, to be sure, the most consequential act of these times, but the rules against such attire are unnecessarily restrictive. She’s dressed ordinarily for an American woman in the summer,…

Friday Poll: A One-Piece Suit for Men?

A One-Piece Business Suit? Here it comes – someone claims he’s designed a one-piece suit for men. John Jannuzzi writes that There’s a man out in San Francisco seeking funding for “The Suitsy,” a one-piece suit that thinks you’re just too lazy for a two-piece or three-piece option. It’s a shirt, jacket, and pants all…