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3:59 pm
Wed September 4, 2013

From Bubblers to Brats, Exploring Wisconsin's Unique Language Landscape

A bubbler is called a water fountain for most of the rest of the country.
Credit joshme17/Flickr

Lake Effect's Rachel Bloom interviews professors Eric Raimy and Thomas Purnell about Wisconsin's unique linguistics.

Pickle patch. Bubbler. Tavern belly. Brats.

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