Sunday, August 17, 2014
Don't Go To Wisconsin
I'm a big fan of WPR - Wisconsin Public Radio - and whether that changes your opinion of me one way or another, I don't really care. I haven't always been a willing listener though. In fact, I can recall being subjected to public radio during road trips with my dad throughout my childhood and being VERY irritated having to listen to it. I had difficulty understanding the programs and was a bit unnerved when my dad would laugh out loud at some of the segments.
But now I listen. Almost every day. I enjoy listening and I understand the programming. I also laugh out loud sometimes. It's weird how that happens... when we become our parents. I get it now.
So the other day, while at work, I was listening to NPR on my little desktop radio and was enjoying one of the segments so much that I almost started laughing out loud. When I got home later that day, I looked up the segment online to listen again. And I laughed as loud as I wanted to.
It was such great segment (and I could relate so thoroughly to it) that I feel the need to share the link with you here. So, if you're up for a little Wisconsin humor, click the link below!
(Listen to the MP3 version if you get a chance - hearing it is WAY better than reading it)
And if you're not from Wisconsin and wondering if this is all true, I can assure you as a resident and someone who LOVES living in Wisconsin, this is definitely all true. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did... even if you're not a fan of WPR.