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02/27/2013 8:32AM
The Caption Contest Is Confused
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02/27/2013 10:13AM
Tammy A.
Everyone in the world except Wisconsin was surprised when the Mother ship finally answered Scotty W's signals to return to his home planet, Kluless.
02/27/2013 10:17AM
Tammy A.
London traffic planner, Algy, dreamed up a diabolical plan to create more havoc in America. "Wait until they try this with their Anglophile roundabouts. Silly Americans they only work in you drive on the left."
02/27/2013 10:28AM
Lori O.
HOT NEWS FLASH: The K'NEX Super Mario Traffic Control Kit prototype with the auto-sensing, solar powered hedge trimmer option will be installed at Lakewood & Cambridge, affording Scott Walker the ability to downgrade the executive residence's gardener position to part-time, without benefits, thus providing more savings to Wisconsin tax payers. Wait. Huh?
02/27/2013 11:25AM
Todd B
You just know that they will put this next to a round-a-bout!
02/27/2013 12:16PM
G.V. Parmelli
Once the Protect Transportation Funds in a Lockbox Amendment was passed, the WisDoT went all out to ensure traffic safety.
02/27/2013 3:22PM
Kraig
Without the exclamation point this would just be another commonplace sculpture decrying Big Brother's needless imposition of boundaries and restrictions on the freedoms of society.
02/27/2013 3:26PM
Ari John White Wolf
Joey's new sex gymnasium, never worked out very well
02/27/2013 4:05PM
James S
An unforeseen effect of sequestration on the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
02/27/2013 4:10PM
James S
No wonder Apple’s new mapping software got such lousy reviews.
02/27/2013 4:35PM
Paul H H
“Come in, mother ship…come in, mother ship. Exploratory probe has landed on Earth, and reports NO intelligent life.”
02/27/2013 5:35PM
Carl
"Sign, sign, everywhere a sign..."
02/27/2013 10:27PM
Marcus
Has anyone seen my street sign collection?......OH THERE IT IS!
02/27/2013 11:42PM
John C.
I asked God to give me a sign, but this is rediculous.
02/27/2013 11:53PM
John C.
As payback for toll booths, Wisconsin DOT installed these at every border crossing making it impossible for Illinois drivers to enter without breaking a law.
02/28/2013 11:11PM
Art Paul Schlosser
The Brewer's Clean Up Team will have a lot of work to clean up miller park to get it ready by March 31st. Why did those fans throw all that stuff in the field after the last game last year ?
04/06/2013 9:16AM
Find the treehouse Inside
Is definitely a one of a kind! Sharon Alford
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