A quick read of our Morning Links ensures you don’t get left out of the water-cooler talk. The Journal Sentinel is reporting that new bus routes will extend into the ‘burbs in an effort to connect workers with jobs. Good news for job seekers, but we’re still waiting on the widespread introduction of real-time bus […]

A quick read of our Morning Links ensures you don’t get left out of the water-cooler talk.

  • The Journal Sentinel is reporting that new bus routes will extend into the ‘burbs in an effort to connect workers with jobs. Good news for job seekers, but we’re still waiting on the widespread introduction of real-time bus tracking.

 

  • The electorate in six states let their voices be heard in primaries yesterday, with the establishment” largely winning out, prompting CNN to ask if it’s last call for the Tea Party.

  • And finally, the new Bucks ownership got a shot in the arm at last night’s NBA Draft Lottery. Thanks to good-luck charm/Twitter star Mallory Edens, daughter of new Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens – and a dismal 15-67 record that gave the Bucks the best shot at landing the No. 1 pick – Milwaukee owns the second pick in next month’s draft. Those of you lamenting a lost opportunity to nab the first pick should remember the words “Greg Oden.”

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