Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia Week 29 starts off with a visit from the Trunch Lake Police Department as we faced Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia and the Case of Burglary and Stolen Scraper. It should surprise no one that I was not thrilled to have the police involved, but our insurance provider, DonksScrapersSuperCambersAndSwangasProtection.biz, wasn’t even going to rent us an Itasha without some sort of police report. So the police came out and let me share the highlights with you. 

  • When I asked Officer Whiteman what the likelihood of recovery was, and suggested ten percent, he said it was more than that, but couldn’t really give me any number that made me hopeful. 
  • I also learned that the recovery typically comes from the car being parked illegally and getting a bajillion tickets so that it gets towed. Then the owners are notified. 
  • He also offered to dust for fingerprints, but gave the caveat that most of the prints will probably be mine. So he then threw a bunch of charcoal-like powder on the door and deemed there to be nothing useful. Cleaning the powder took at least 30 minutes.  
  • He then asked if I was under the influence of drugs to which I explained that love is a drug. I further suggested he note that the hanky dangling from my right pocket was certainly not a blue one, but does, in fact, have an embroidered ACAB in the corner. 

Apart from Wisconsin’s Hardest Scraper, the only other burgled item that might be important to WHT players was that all of our Gilmore Girls questions were stolen. I know this must be horrible news for Spoony Amanda, but please know that we’re hoping they’re recovered. 

Now that you’ve got the update on Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia Global HQ, Rap Emporium and Cadaver Dogs Training Fields all you really need to know is that Concertina Belchers finished in last place and will be picking a category for this week’s show. As of right now I’m not sure what category they want, and if I hear nothing I can only assume they’re hoping for a fresh batch of Star’s Hollows knowledge droppery. I also need to know to what cause Welcome to Blockbuster wants their winning donation made. 

And finally, to get yourself and your team ready for this week’s Wiscosin’s Hardest Trivia, follow these simple steps: 

  1. Drop your registration fee on paypal.me/SlashGreg. There is no set registration fee, but half goes to the winning team’s chosen cause or charity and the other half helps keep the lights on at Wisconsin’s Hardest Trivia Global Headquarters, Rap Emporium and Internet Content Chop Shop.
  2. We’re still backing the businesses which have always backed us. If you make a purchase from Company Brewing in Milwaukee or Glass Nickel Pizza between July 16 and July 22. Send some sort of proof of purchase to greg@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com and your team is registered.
  3. Pick a strong team name, and then build an even stronger team.
  4. Tune in Wednesday at 7pm on https://www.twitch.tv/wisconsinshardesttrivia and get your brain scrambled.

If you have any questions, reach out to nick@wisconsinshardesttrivia.com or me. 

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