Tuesday, June 24, 2014


If you're tired, you're allowed to commiserate with other Wisconsinites. The stats prove it.

According to estimates from the annual American Time Use Survey, Wisconsin residents spend an average 8 hours and 26 minutes a night sleeping. Mississippi is on the other end of the spectrum, with the average resident spending 9 hours and seven minutes a day on shut eye.

One reason might be the dairy farmers getting up early to tend to the cows. Another might be all the people staying up late drinking. I may fall into one of those categories, but not both. You decide which.

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