Category Archives: Experimental Work Farm

Preparing for the big meltdown

‘I am a lineman for the county …’ Temperature 41 degrees predicted this coming Tuesday 02-23-31 for the Emerald City WI. (“We’re having a heat wave, a continental heat wave.”) Snow cover on the Experimental Work Farm (and Penal Colony) is … Continue reading

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Move aside, Martha Stewart

Bork, bork, bork! When better Christmas cookies are made, the indentured servants at Blaska Nuclear Test Kitchens will eat them. Until then, our experiments will continue until hunger in America is vanquished. Number One Son mixed corn flakes (Kelloggs, but … Continue reading

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The Werkes is ‘goin’ up the country’

Canned Heat for breakfast:   ‘I’m gonna leave this city, got to get away All this fussin’ and fightin’ man, you know I sure can’t stay’ Blaska Policy Werkes has relocated its world headquarters from Stately Blaska Manor in stolen-car, … Continue reading

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Our schools are teaching guilt and victimhood, not responsibility

No thanks on Thanksgiving? The white lab coats at Blaska Policy Werkes, the indentured servants at the Stately Manor, and the unlettered field hands at the Experimental Work Farm (and Penal Colony) wish you a rewarding Thanksgiving. Have an extra … Continue reading

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Enjoying Wisconsin’s Big Heat

Blaska Experimental Work Farm (and Penal Colony) here in the badlands of Madison WI is receiving some major heat units from the local solar-power monopoly, as well we should in the middle of July. (The climate isn’t changing THAT much!) Just … Continue reading

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The Work Farm’s Green New Deal

Getting our hands dirty in the asparagus patch When the early settlers came ashore to this part of Madison WI they found the indigenous inhabitants mowed the lawn right up to the foundations of the Stately Manor. In the 38 … Continue reading

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