A professor reported Oct. 10 that a 33-year-old man would not leave a classroom in Lubar Hall. Although the man insisted he was registered for the class, he wasn't. When police arrived, he was gone. After police left, he returned. Police were called again, but he was gone when they returned.

The strange part is they know he is 33 years old

Wednesday, July 25, 2007 16960
Though some in the yellow press like to proclaim radium as a substance to be fearful of, especially in drinking water, Real Wisconsin News has learned that radium has been used to treat warts, nosebleeds, arthritis, infertility, and, yes, cancer. In fact, back when Marie Curie discovered radium, doctors everywhere proclaimed it as a cure-all, but when a small majority of those doctors met untimely ends, some people denied the true healing nature of radium. Waukesha County, however, still believes.
Thursday, September 27, 2007 11068
Paramedics were called to the union Sept. 19 when a man said he was having an allergic reaction to his wedding band. The man's finger was swollen, and the ring was cut off. Can we say bad omen? Better than an allergic reaction to his wife's syphilis, anyhow.

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