Signposts in a Cheeseland – Part II

As we return to Milwaukee State Fair Park (home of the Milwaukee Mile, the oldest continously operating motor speedway in the world, so says Wikipedia…), we invite the anthropologists in the audience to take their best shot in explaining the juxtaposition of these two pictures – and of the items in these two pictures.

Note, by the way, the triplicate theme continues in the individuation of the Restrooms Restrooms Restrooms of yesterday’s post.
We do get a few (probably Illinois) patrons at the fair who, believe it or not, can’t tell the difference between fresh Kettle Krunch and stale Kettle Krunch… And, sakes alive! they were even giving out free samples!
Hope and MS Vista: the eternal churn….

I never got this bloke’s name – but for some reason he seemed very glad that I had asked to take his picture.

And from the Defies-All-Comment Dept.:

A thousand words indeed!
In the meantime, homeschooling continues apace -as little Lucy learns the advantages of being brought up in a beer-friendly household.
…and heylage!

(To the right: a plastic interior-lit mock-up of a cow’s rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasum – the renowned four-chambered bovine stomach.)

And then, last but not least….a caption contest (tap on to expand picture for greater detail).

Caption: _______________________________________________

… up next… “In the Soup!”


  1. Southern Expat says

    I feel edified.

    My word for verification is "porkiyto." Think this must be frankfurter-related.

  2. Jonathan Webb says

    Women, women, women. Is that like the answer to Percy' s question: where are the women?

    I absolutely will bring my camera to The Evergreen State Fair if we go.


  3. Patmos Pete says

    Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.

  4. Grr. Picture at bottom does not work. Rage of lurker with feelings of entitlement!

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