I don't know but if I park in the bank and watch long enough, I will find out.
And I am part Polish so if you have a problem with the title, screw you!
I pulled into use the Tyme machine (translate Wisconsin to American English Tyme machine = ATM) this morning and notice something different. It appears there is a bottle opener on the front of the machine. And I didn't bring a bottle of beer with me. Damn.
Oh wait, that is a camera. Still it would have made for a great video to watch, me trying to open a bottle of beer with their mini camera. It was only when I put my card in that I realized it was a new machine. Instead of asking me for my PIN, it asked how I would like to proceed- in English, Espanol, or POLSKI!!!
I can now do my banking in Polish if I choose! I don't know what good that will do me. Maybe I can teach myself Polish 30 seconds at a time. At the very least I will know how to say "Deposit", "Withdrawal" and "Fash Cash from Checking".
Pulled out a suit for work today. I will be attending a client function later tonight (read: free booze) and need to be dressed as "business professional". I won't put the tie on until later today. It should be interesting. I originally signed up as part of my current job. I need to monitor some things that are said and done. Yet, they have me working for this department for the night. Basically that means I go around and mingle with people. I get to make some stuff up about what I do to help them. Of course, I will see how much I can drink without anyone questioning me.
The Detroit Red Wings take the ice tonight as the NHL gets back to playing. The games should be better than ever. More like college hockey as the ice will be wide open. I have found some of the predictions for the year to be quite entertaining. Not that I may disagree with them (most say the Wings are basically playoff bound but not much else), but how can you truly predict anything for teams that haven't played in 2 years? You can only go by rosters. The Flames and Flyers may look good on paper but will that translate to the ice? We'll see. It will be good to have hockey back.
Titled edited to be compliant with the head Polack, Wig.