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I'm actually a regular visitor to Milwaukee... but then again Milwaukee certainly has had its fair share of visitors. French missionaries and explorers were traveling there as early as the late 1600s, to trade with the Native Americans. In Algonquin the name Milwaukee translates to "the good land".

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14 minutes ago, ChristopherReevesLegs said:

I'm actually a regular visitor to Milwaukee... but then again Milwaukee certainly has had its fair share of visitors. French missionaries and explorers were traveling there as early as the late 1600s, to trade with the Native Americans. In Algonquin the name Milwaukee translates to "the good land".

what does Pewaukee mean?

no Vikings visited Wisconsin? did they go straight to Minnesota? or just stayed at Stoughton

4 minutes ago, Neomaxizoomdweebie said:

Why do we need a thread about this?

Wisconsin appreciation thread was ensued.

also... RESPECT THE MULLETUDE!

Edited by NerveDamage

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1 minute ago, Neomaxizoomdweebie said:

Why do we need a thread about this?

3 4 reasons...

1) Cause I'm 1st in the LGW Buy In League.

2) Levity - Coach Q thread got me a bit wound-up.

3) Did I mention that I'm 1st in the LGW Buy In League?

4) Mullets are silly, and are a good conversation piece. 

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7 minutes ago, NerveDamage said:

what does Pewaukee mean?

no Vikings visited Wisconsin? did they go straight to Minnesota? or just stayed at Stoughton

Wisconsin appreciation thread was ensued.

also... RESPECT THE MULLETUDE!

My dad grew up in Pewaukee.

From Wiki: The name of the city comes from "Pee-wauk-ee-wee-nick", meaning either "the dusty water"[6] or "lake of shells"[7] in Potawatomi. In the related Menominee language it is called Pīwānawkiw, which is an archaic name meaning "the flinty place".[8]

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19 minutes ago, F.Michael said:

My dad grew up in Pewaukee.

From Wiki: The name of the city comes from "Pee-wauk-ee-wee-nick", meaning either "the dusty water"[6] or "lake of shells"[7] in Potawatomi. In the related Menominee language it is called Pīwānawkiw, which is an archaic name meaning "the flinty place".[8]

I'll show you my flinty place

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