How do you say "Please" in Nashotah, Wisconsin?

How do you say "Please" in Nashotah, Wisconsin?

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Answered: What counties in 1945 in wisconsin were shotgun only for deer season

It would be hard to say. Talk to the Wisconsin department of Natural Resources to know of a certainty.

Answered: What is wisconsin's land boreders in miles?

I don't know if this answers your question completely. It's from worldatlas.com. Land Statistics Land Area (land) 54,314 sq miles (water) 11,190 sq miles (TOTAL) 65,504 sq miles Land Area (all states) here! Horizontal Width 252 miles from Marinette, straight west to the ...

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I think you may be referring to Jimmy Durante, whose signature song was Inka Dinka Doo.

Answered: Should Wisconsin end collective bargaining for public workers?

If big unions don't back down and give a little rather than take we will no longer have them. As when they strike the workers loose out and can never gain back what they loose. Yes unions are good but they ask to much of the companys to give in the economy as it is now. As the unions are behind the ...

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Sorry to hear that. Maybe things will improve soon.

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Talk to your state's department of motor vehicles. Apparently, it had the title canceled because an insurance company decided that it was totaled regardless that they did not pay the claim. Yes, it is legal. Yes, it is also a tort of outrage but as long as the democrats are in power, you have no ...
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Why do we say Happy Easter

For the same reason as you say Happy Thanksgiving, Happy New Year, Happy Fourth of July and so on! It's just a way of wishing others a good holiday.

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Ain't it great that we are still allowed our opinions in America?