Yes, Ute, They RACE Sausages in Milwaukee!  LbNA # 47017

OwnerSunny Side Up    
Placed DateMay 1 2009
Location???, WI
Found By ???
Last Found Jun 29 2010
Hike Distance?

"DEAR EDITOR: I am 8 years old.
Some of my little friends say there are no such thing as sausage races.
Vater says, 'If you see it in Die Sonne it's so.'
Please tell me the truth; are there sausage races?

Ute Braun"

Ute, your little friends are wrong. Yes, Ute, they race sausages in Milwaukee. The races go on as certainly as baseball players swing their bats every spring while fans munch on peanuts. Alas! How deadly serious would be the world if there were no sausage races. It would be as dreary as if there were no Utes.

No Racing Sausages! Thank God Brett Wurst, Stosh, Guido, Frankie Furter and Cinco race in Milwaukee! A thousand years from now, Ute, nay, ten times ten thousand years from now, may the racing sausages continue to make glad the heart of Milwaukee baseball!

Edward Ferdinand Wandeschneider
Editor, Die Sonne

Written tongue-in-cheek and with respect to Virginia O’Hanlon, Frank Parcellus Church and Milwaukee baseball.

Go to the steuhwsot cenror of the fsuhtert prinkag lot of the twon of owtata prak. Look for the sahg brak tere and its bdduy at two hedrnud ttrihy eihgt dreeegs about ttrihy fvie septs aawy. Nxet, go auobt ttnwey one septs anolg a brinaeg of two hedrnud eithgy fuor dreeegs to a Y tere. Now, look for a sang at two hedrnud ttrihy fuor dreeegs, auobt feeturon septs aawy as the corw files. Form trehe, look for the “leiknd ssuagae” at two hedrnud ttrihy two dreeegs – cehck the stuoh end for yuor rincag ssuagae. Eojny!