MADISON, Wisconsin - A spokesperson for the governor's office has stated that he wants to thank all of the concerned citizens who have brought the practice of duplicate and triplicate signs to the state's attention.
Gideon Hookerfaust, 48, speaking in behalf of Wisconsin's Governor Scott Walker said that the practice of putting up multiple signs has really gotten out of control the past nine months or so.
He said that the governor was given all of the information and he is in the process of meeting with the state's attorney general about dealing with this extremely costly practice.
The state of Wisconsin will also be meeting with the company that manufactures the signs to find out exactly just how many duplicate and triplicate signs are out here.
In Other State News. The Annual Green Bay Cheese Dip Eating Competition has been cancelled due to the fact that it is just too damn friggin' cold to get out to the frozen fairgrounds.