doctorow at March 18th, 2014 22:01 — #1
hubrissonic at March 18th, 2014 22:03 — #2
Always wanted to eat a Rutabaga in Sheybogan.
gwailo_joe at March 18th, 2014 22:37 — #3
Boy howdy...that state has everything! Cheese (of critical importance)...honey and pork and fish and badgers and Native Americans AND maple syrup? Count me in.
My state has drought, earthquakes, Google glasses and Hantavirus. Our cheese is valid at least...that counts for a great deal in my book. But besides pro sports I know little of our compatriots and adversaries up North...the postcard makes it look like a veritable paradise.
zachstronaut at March 18th, 2014 23:21 — #4
How does Shawano get a dot but Hayward doesn't?!
Bonus points if you can pronounce Shawano as the locals do.
n_arthur_gates at March 18th, 2014 23:30 — #5
Beer is the only thing we have in Milwaukee. THE ONLY THING.
jim_campbell at March 18th, 2014 23:48 — #6
Fun fact: watertown has a goose there because they used to be famous for making foie gras there.
crisa at March 18th, 2014 23:50 — #7
Huh, the town I grew up in actually got a dot. I'm honestly kind of surprised. No one ever remembers Marshfield.
nixiebunny at March 19th, 2014 00:10 — #8
But there is no picture of a commercial ice maker next to Manitowoc!
brainspore at March 19th, 2014 00:29 — #9
And their "big rock that kind of looks like an old man's face" is still intact! Take THAT, New Hampshire!
bucket at March 19th, 2014 00:30 — #10
The judges would have also accepted a big crane.
samwinston at March 19th, 2014 01:31 — #11
Is "house on the rock" on there?
it was featured in a Neil Gaiman novel.
And looks like a wonderful attraction...complete with sky walk area and evil carrousel.
bucket at March 19th, 2014 01:46 — #12
You know, I was looking a the little pictures so much I totally failed to notice that the actual outline of the state looks like it was drawn by someone who had only heard third-hand descriptions of the shape of Wisconsin.
satinsatan at March 19th, 2014 01:59 — #13
Fish, Peas, Shoes near the western border. What was Freud trying to suggest here ?
speleothem at March 19th, 2014 04:09 — #14
Beloit but no Janesville. Sorry, Paul Ryan.
daedalus at March 19th, 2014 08:00 — #15
WI: We've got everything! Including Native Ameican Stereotype Village!
halloween_jack_ at March 19th, 2014 08:07 — #16
The House on the Rock is absolutely worth the trip. It's like someone built out their dreamscape on the side of a bluff. I've been twice, once as a child and once as an adult, and the more recent trip was even weirder and more wonderful than the first.
milliefink at March 19th, 2014 08:35 — #17
I'm sure that when Ryan becomes POTUS, he'll more than make up for the oversight with a giant Ayn Rand statue in the middle of downtown Janesville.
ironedithkidd at March 19th, 2014 08:42 — #18
I do! Kind of a PITA to get to Stevens Point from Minneapolis without driving through Marshfield.
vector at March 19th, 2014 09:50 — #19
Marshfield: On the way from Somewhere to Somewhere Else
jerry_dunk at March 19th, 2014 11:06 — #20
This post card is still for sale in some tourist shops in WI
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