Whether it's 2011 or 2015, unions appear to bring protesters from outside of Wisconsin to Madison to attempt to intimidate Scott Walker.

Governor Scott Walker has said that out of state protesters now outnumber those from Wisconsin who are protesting the bill that would kill their unions. Real Wisconsin News investigated, studying photos taken at the protests. We found that not only is Walker right, but UW-Madison may be up to some of their old tricks doctoring photos to make the protests appear more multicultural. You be the judge:

Out of state protesters in Madison

British police and an Asian mob? Scott Walker seems to be right.

UW-Madison version of protesters

UW-Madison sent us this photo of the protesters in Madison.

More out of state protesters in Wisconsin

These protesters were flown in from Georgia (not the state).

UW-Madison version of the above photo

UW-Madison sent us this doctored photo trying to show the racial diversity in the protests.

Pakistanis protesting in Madison

A huge mob of pro-union Pakistanis overrun the capitol and scare Roberta Darling.

UW-Madison's version

UW-Madison sent us this photo of the Pakistani union supporters

A busload of out of state protesters

A busload of out of state protesters heading for Madison, some carrying weapons.

The UW-Madison version of the protesters' bus

UW-Madison sent us this photo of the out of state protesters heading for the capitol to confront Scott Walker, Roberta Darling, and the Fitzgerald Gang with their own form of protest. Notice the war paint. This might get ugly, folks.

Sunday, September 18, 2016 19551
Nearly defining irony, the top-rated response to Americans viewing the Corey Feldman song performance in September of 2016 was, "I thought he was dead." Obviously, the second response, and the one that has become the focus of social media, was, "That was weird." While it is possible Corey Feldman died of an overdose or gross neglect in the late 2000's or early 2010's, a quick search of the internet seems to have proven that Feldman did not die. It's also not likely that his death was covered up in order to make a posthumous release of his album, which was dedicated to two of his dead friends, Corey Haim and Michael Jackson. "I was not dead for the past ten years," says Feldman. "I was just dedicating my life to my music." Unfortunately for Feldman, critics and fans have unanimously declared the album to be horrible. Said one critic, "I thought he was dead before the songs were released, and now I kind of wish he had been. The album is kind of like Eddie Murphy's 80s attempt at music, just without the one hit to make it somewhat meaningful. But that makes it a perfect dedication to Corey Haim."
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First off, I have to say I’m sorry for stumbling into the house all late with Cal the other night. Really, it was totally mean, even though it was the weekend and you didn’t have to get up for anything. And you’d never really complained about my late hours too much before. Anyway, like I said, I’m sorry, and I do appreciate the fact that you let me stay here while I’m in college and all that, and that you clean my room for me when I can’t find the floor.

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