One photo: Wisconsin signs

Let it go, Wisconsin.

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  • andy

    You’re right Bob, what Farve did was much worse….

  • V

    Glad to see the signbearer corrected the misspelling of Favre.

  • Jim Shapiro

    Regarding feeling good vs making a difference: The vast majority of human beings are motivated by maximizing pleasure/minimizing pain. Some get that need partially met by feeling like they’re “making a difference”. The definition of “making a difference” varies. Some are satisfied with knowing their motives are good. Some with symbolic action. Some by writing a check. Some need to get their hands dirty. Some need to see results. Some need to be thanked. Some are motivated by knowing that they’re doing the right thing, whether or not they receive thanks or see immediate results.

    It’s a question for the ages, which involves both spirituality and science. Am I my brother’s keeper? Is reality purely subjective?

    People should be commended for trying and educated about options, not criticized for not doing enough.

  • Jim Shapiro

    Speaking of Packers quarterbacks who are traitors to Wisconsin, how about Aaron Rodgers, who has remained silent, in spite of his role as union rep and several of his teammates supporting the workers?

  • c

    //It’s a question for the ages, which involves both spirituality and science. Am I my brother’s keeper? Is reality purely subjective?

    nice post Jim Shapiro.

    and good question.

  • Tyler

    //Speaking of Packers quarterbacks who are traitors to Wisconsin, how about Aaron Rodgers, who has remained silent, in spite of his role as union rep and several of his teammates supporting the workers?

    They’ve got their own problems – NFL and players are renegotiating their contract. Both sides have agreed to a media blackout.

  • Jim Shapiro

    c – thanks for the thumbs up. Your comment was powerful and action oriented, whereas mine was mostly theoretical.

    Tyler – thanks for the media blackout info. I’ll back off on Rodgers.