Skip to comments.Sausages, frogs, bras and kindness
Posted on 06/14/2013 8:48:51 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
The research for today's catch-all column required a number of phone calls and emails. So I assume the National Security Agency already knows what the article will say.
For the rest of you non-snoops, read on.
Frog has legs: What's with Cedarburg and people's inability there to keep their hands off oversized mascots? First, the Famous Racing Italian Sausage was abducted and forced to go on a pub crawl. Now, we find out that someone swiped itsa frog (that is its apostrophe-challenged and lower-case name, itsa frog) from the bench in front of Partnership Bank.
Before you send out an amphibious search team, you should know that itsa was found glued to the roof of Cedarburg High School over the weekend. No word yet if the frog-nappers are in hot water.
The copper frog is a popular photo op like the bronze Fonz, and something of a mascot for the bank. An insurance adjuster is assessing the damage to the sculpture, said the bank's marketing officer, Jeanne Mueller.
"We will be having someone restore his bottom end his butt bolt was ripped out along with a patch of copper skin. He will be returned to his pad, also known as his bench," she said.
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Damages to itsa Frog's underside. itsa didn't like being glued to the roof of the high school.
itsa Frog in happier days.
I am happy to report that itsa has been returned to his bench, as of this afternoon. And there was somebody sitting beside him too.
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It’s not easy being green.
Last Sunday his empty bench was surrounded by crime scene tape.
Was there a “God hates Frogs” note left at the scene?
Could be a hate crime.
"We will be having someone restore his bottom end his butt bolt was ripped out..."
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