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Thread: So what you are telling me is necrophilia is legal in Wisconsin?

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    So what you are telling me is necrophilia is legal in Wisconsin?

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    You went to U of Wisconsin......you tell us.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappy
    You went to U of Wisconsin......you tell us.
    would love to:

    Facts

    • Location: Madison, Wisconsin
    • Founded: 1848 (First class: February 1849)
    • Campus: 933 acres (main campus)
    • Enrollment: 41,169
    • Budget: $1,807,600,000
    • Chancellor: John D. Wiley
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    Enrollment, faculty, staff and alumni (Fall 2004)

    Person type Number Enrolled students 41,169
    Undergraduate students 28,217

    Freshmen 5,529

    Sophomores 5,821

    Juniors 7,296

    Seniors 9,571
    Graduate students 8,943
    Professional students 2,460

    Law 870

    Medicine and Public Health 746

    Veterinary Medicine 315

    Pharmacy 529 Special students 1,549 Employees 16,287 Faculty 2,064 Living alumni 348,895 Student profile (Fall 2004)

    Sex Total Number Percent Men 19,538 47.5% Women 21,631 52.5% Student type Total Number Percent African American 967 2.3% Asian American 1,863 4.5% Native American 232 0.6% Hispanic 1,069 2.6% Total 4,131 10% Place of origin Total Number Percent From Wisconsin 25,557 62.5% From other U.S. states 12,077 29.0% International students 3,571 8.6% Representation Number U.S. states represented 50 Countries represented 120
    Average student rankings Score Average composite ACT (freshman class) 27.5 Average SAT 1,260 Average high school class percentile rank 89.2 Degrees awarded (2003-04)

    Degree type Number Bachelor's 6,156 Master's 1,968 Ph.D. 627 Professional 631 Total 9,382 Academic programs and resources (Spring 2004)

    Program type Number of programs Undergraduate majors 136 Master's degree programs 155 Doctoral programs 110 Courses offered 8,714 University Resources

    Resource Measure Main campus area 933 (acres) Arboretum
    1,262 (acres) Experimental farms and stations 6,100 (acres) Off-campus properties 2,354 (acres) Classroom space 424,817 (square feet) Instructional lab space 628,163 (square feet) Research lab space 1.6 million (square feet) Average class size (Fall 2003) 29 students Number of campus libraries 43 Volumes in campus libraries 7.2 million General-access computers on campus more than 1,000 Number of computer labs on campus 108 Fees and tuition (Spring 2004, per semester)

    Student type Resident Nonresident Undergraduate $2,933.12 $9,933.08 Graduate 4,160.00 11,795.04 Law 5,366.84 13,476.08 Medicine and Public Health 10,882.13 16,444.13 Veterinary Medicine 7,941.12 11,958.14 Business (master's) 4,888.00 12,607.04 Pharmacy (PharmD program) 5,429.12 11,554.04 Guests 792.00 4,812.00 Average student costs (per year)

    Type of cost Cost Resident fees and tuition $5,866 Room and board 6,250 Books and supplies 830 Miscellaneous and personal (includes travel, clothing, recreation, etc.) 2,310 Total (resident undergraduate) $15,256 Financial aid (2003-04)

    Percent of students receiving financial aid

    Student type Percent Undergraduates 57.6 All enrolled 52.4 Total financial aid (all students)

    Type of aid Total Dollars Loans 142,036,726 Scholarships 65,214,334 Grants 26,424,932 Work study 11,662,193 Other 1,119,231 Total $246,457,415 2003-04 Budget: revenue by source

    Source Support ($ in millions) % Change from previous year General program appropriations 269.6 -10.2 Specific purpose 110.9 12.3 Total state revenue 380.4 -4.7 Student tuition revenue 273.9 9.5 Federal programs and projects 483.7 15.9 Gifts, grants, and segregated funds 348.3 7.7 State laboratory fees 23.9 4.8 Auxiliary enterprises 283.2 4.7 Operations receipts 14.2 10.7 Total 1,807.7 6.6
    Slice abbreviation Title $ in millions % Change from previous year a State revenue $380.4 -4.7% b Federal funds $483.7 15.9 c Tuition revenue $273.9 9.5 d Gifts and grants $348.3 7.7 e State laboratory fees $23.9 4.8 f Auxiliary enterprises $283.2 4.7 g Operations receipts $14.2 10.7 Total $1,807.7 6.6% 2003-04 Budget: allocation by program

    Academic mission Support ($ in millions) % Change from previous year Instruction 373.7 1.3 Research 713.9 11.9 Public service 30.6 8.4 Academic support 121.4 -5.9 Academic debt service 42.1 9.6 Total academic missions 1,281.8 6.6 Student support Support ($ in millions) % Change from previous year Student services 120.6 5.2 Financial aid 74.1 7.3 Total student support 194.7 6.0 Physical plant 90.4 11.3 Institutional support 49.1 -2.4 Enterprise operations Support ($ in millions) % Change from previous year Farm operations 9.5 -2.7 Auxiliary enterprises 100.5 13.9 State laboratories 36.6 3.2 Hospitals 45.0 0.3 Total enterprise operations 191.7 7.4 Total support Support ($ in millions) % Change from previous year Total 1,807.7 6.6 Research ranking among U.S. public universities (2001-02)

    Research type Rank Federally funded research 5th Nonfederally funded research 2nd Number of doctorates granted 2nd Total research expenditures 3rd Research expenditures by source of funds (2003-04)


    Slice abbreviation Title Dollars Percent of total a State taxes $56.9 million 8.8% b Revolving funds 23.6 3.7% c Federal grants, contracts 407.2 63.1% d Gifts and endowments 157.4 24.4% Total $645.1 million Research expenditures by school/college (2003-04)


    Slice abbreviation Title Dollars Percent of total a Agricultural and Life Sciences $103.9 million 16.1% b Business 5.9 1.0% c Education 24.8 3.8% d Engineering 67.0 10.4% e Human Ecology 0.9 0.1% f Graduate School 116.8 18.1% g Environmental Studies 3.3 0.5% h Law School 1.6 0.2% i Letters and Science 94.0 14.6% j Medicine and Public Health 191.7 29.7% k Nursing 2.5 0.4% l Pharmacy 6.7 1.0% m Veterinary Medicine 18.6 2.9% n Other divisions 7.4 1.1% Total $645.1 million Campus leaders (Spring 2005)

    Name Position John D. Wiley Chancellor Patrick V. Farrell Provost/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Darrell Bazzell Vice Chancellor for Administration and Budget Melany Stinson Newby Vice Chancellor for Legal and Executive Affairs Philip M. Farrell Vice Chancellor for Medical Affairs Lori Berquam (interim) Dean of Students David B. Hogg, Interim Dean College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Michael M. Knetter, Dean School of Business Julie K. Underwood, Dean School of Education Paul S. Peercy, Dean College of Engineering Robin A. Douthitt, Dean School of Human Ecology Gary Sandefur, Dean College of Letters and Science Katharyn A. May, Dean School of Nursing Jeanette Roberts, Dean School of Pharmacy Kenneth B. Davis Jr., Dean Law School Philip M. Farrell, Dean School of Medicine and Public Health Daryl D. Buss, Dean School of Veterinary Medicine Martin T. Cadwallader, Dean The Graduate School Howard Martin, Dean Division of Continuing Studies Frances Westley, Director Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies Gilles Bousquet, Dean International Studies and Programs Notable alumni

    Name Position Shirley Abrahamson (SJD 1962) Chief justice, Wisconsin Supreme Court Rita Braver (1970) CBS News reporter Dick Cheney (1968)* U.S. vice president Dale Chihuly (MS 1967) Glass artist Michael Feldman (1970) Host of public radio's "Whad'Ya Know?" Lorraine Hansberry (1952)* Playwright, author bell hooks (MA 1976) Author, poet Robert M. La Follette (1879) Former Wisconsin governor and congressman Charles Lindbergh (1924)* Trans-Atlantic aviator Jim Lovell (1950) Astronaut Walter Mirisch (1942) Film producer John Muir (1863)* Naturalist, father of national park system Edwin Newman (1940) Journalist Arthur C. Nielsen Sr. (1918) Founder of the Nielsen Company Joyce Carol Oates (MA 1961) Novelist Allan �Bud� Selig (1956) Commissioner, Major League Baseball Charlie Trotter (1982) Chef Frederick Jackson Turner (1884, MA 1888) Historian Eudora Welty (1929) Author Frank Lloyd Wright (1890)* Architect David (1970) and Jerry (1972) Zucker Movie producers * indicates attendance at UW-Madison without earning a degree
    Recent building projects

    Building Description Chamberlin Hall A $22.4 million renovation of Chamberlin Hall, now home to the Physics Department, completed in 2004 Health Sciences Learning Center 250,000-square-foot building for the health sciences, completed in 2004 Genetics/Biotechnology Building Addition to house the Genome Center and the Laboratory of Genetics completed in 2004 Engineering Centers 204,000 square feet of lab and office space, completed in 2002 Rennebohm Hall 205,000-square-foot pharmacy building, completed in 2001 Chemistry New research tower completed in 2000 Biochemistry 200,000 square feet of new lab and classroom space added to existing building in 1998 Varsity sports and championships (Spring 2005)

    Men's sports Sport Established Big Ten titles Most recent Big Ten title National titles Most recent postseason appearance Basketball 1899 15 2004 1941 Elite Eight, 2005 Cross Country 1905 39 2005 1982
    1985
    1988
    2005 2005 (NCAA champions) Football 1889 10 1999 - 2004 Outback Bowl (lost) Golf 1927 3 1994 - 1994 (NCAA 15th place) Hockey 1964 7* 2000* 1973
    1977
    1981
    1983
    1990 2005 (NCAA, Midwest Regional semifinal; lost in first round) Rowing 1874 n/a n/a 1951
    1959
    1966
    1973
    1974
    1975
    1990
    1999 2005 (Intercollegiate Rowing Association, 18th place) Soccer 1977 1 1995 1995 1995 (NCAA champions) Swimming 1911 - - - 2005 (NCAA 19th place) Tennis 1921 - - - 1998 (NCAA first round) Track





    Outdoor 1901 14 2005 - 2005 (NCAA regionals, 4th place) Indoor 1911 19 2005 - 2005 (NCAA 3rd place) Wrestling 1912 - - - 2005 (NCAA tie for 15th place) Women's sports Sport Established Big Ten titles Most recent Big Ten title National titles Most recent post-season appearance Basketball 1975 - - - 2005 (NCAA quarterfinals) Cross Country 1977 17 2000 1984
    1985 2004 (NCAA 8th place) Golf 1975 1 1994 - 2003 (NCAA 24th place) Hockey 2000 - - - 2005 (NCAA quarterfinals) Lightweight Rowing 1996 - - 2005 2005 (Intercollegiate Rowing Association Varsity 8 national champion) Rowing 1974 - - 1975
    1986 2005 (NCAA championships, 12th place) Softball 1996 - - - 2005 (NCAA regionals) Soccer 1981 1 1996 - 2004 (NCAA second round) Swimming 1975 - - - 2005 (NCAA 11th place) Tennis 1976 2 1997 - 2005 (NCAA first round) Track Outdoor 1976 14 1998 - 2005 (NCAA 33rd place) Indoor 1978 11 1998 - 2003 (NCAA 43rd place) Volleyball 1974 5 2001 - 2004 (NCAA regional final) * Western Collegiate Hockey Association
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    Thos pie charts are in accurate and I will get to the bottem of this discrepancy.

    It's clear to any mind that Education seen in section c 24.8 or 3.8% is not reflected accuratly in the graph.

    We will be in touch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappy
    Thos pie charts are in accurate and I will get to the bottem of this discrepancy.

    It's clear to any mind that Education seen in section c 24.8 or 3.8% is not reflected accuratly in the graph.

    We will be in touch.
    careful, only the portion in bold has ANY relevance to the article. TOS, kid-0.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwade
    careful, only the portion in bold has ANY relevance to the article. TOS, kid-0.
    listen, if you can't post and handle a rebuttal, then maybe you should pick up your pie charts head over to piechartheaven.com

    TOS.....I wrote the TOS.

    1 point Wade sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lappy
    listen, if you can't post and handle a rebuttal, then maybe you should pick up your pie charts head over to piechartheaven.com

    TOS.....I wrote the TOS.

    1 point Wade sorry.
    so sorry. I never could handle your rebuttal. I do like pie. Have you visited choatheaven.com yet? I think it is in Wisconsin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greatwade
    so sorry. I never could handle your rebuttal. I do like pie. Have you visited choatheaven.com yet? I think it is in Wisconsin.
    Yes I have, disturbing images.

    Wisconsin you would have thought they would be more difficult on their offenders.

    They should make them watch Packer games in the nude in November December.......That would do it.
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    nude in November
    drunk in December

    and Gay all the way to May!
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    i guess i found my place of retirement...it'll be nice when the Mrs croaks to still be able to boink plus i like it when they sit still.
    I really hope in my lifetime I will get to see the dolphins win a superbowl.
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