“Additionally, let’s look at zoning issues and tavern locations as part of the issue. When bars are situated in large parking lots, away from transit, not in a district or neighborhood nor in a walkable area, the result is people will drive to the bar. When cities, towns, and suburbs, legislate the number of parking spots a bar must provide per bar stool, the people will drive to the bar. It is this culture of driving, this anti-transit attitude, this belief in free parking, that driving is somehow freedom that makes it so difficult to get people to leave the car at home. So, sure toughen drunk driving laws, but leave Wisconsin’s cocktail culture alone and take a closer look at our culture of driving.”—
If there’s one thing that can be taken from even an exhaustive, four-person, semi-professional mission to mine the State Fair for edibles, it’s that you can’t possibly taste everything, nor should you attempt it…
State fair today! I’m going to go get me some beer on a stick!
While rescuing my dad’s disc from the evil pond on the first hole at Acorn Park I came across a disc that wasn’t his and clearly wasn’t mine (mine was sitting safely on above the shoreline) and well, you know what they say, finders keepers. >:3