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"beloit" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | Last week

"beloit" Discussed on WTOP

"They were appalled to see a long stretch where Nichols has propped up against the car, paramedics arrive and not a single person moves to help him for long minutes. CBS News special report. I'm Allison keyes. Also in this afternoon, at least three people killed four others wounded in a shooting in Southern California, early Saturday morning. The Los Angeles Police department says this happened just after two 30 in the morning in a rental home in Beverly crest. That's an upscale area between Beverly Hills and Bel Air of the 7 who were shot forward standing outside the three killed, reportedly in a vehicle. The other four victims hospitalized two in critical condition to unstable. This at least the fourth mass shooting in California just this month stay with us at WTO as we update this developing story. And the January 6th rioter who assaulted capitol police officer Brian sicknick has been sentenced to nearly 7 years behind bars. 32 year old Julian cater was handed an 80 month sentence on Friday after he pled guilty to assaulting officers with a dangerous weapon, sicknick died a day after the attacks cater will get credit for time served in the D.C. jail and former president Donald Trump set to kick off his 2024 White House bid with visits to a pair of early voting states. Today's campaign events Trump's first since announcing his latest run, more than two months ago. It would be the keynote speaker at the New Hampshire GOP's annual meeting. That before traveling to Columbia, South Carolina, where he set to introduce his state leadership team there. Trump and his allies hope the event will offer a show of force behind the former president after a slow start to his campaign that leaves many questioning his commitment to running again. And after two terror attacks in Jerusalem left at least 7 people dead and Israeli official calls to impose a death penalty on Palestinian attackers. Israel's hard line minister of national security HMR bendir called on the government to take a harder line against Palestinian attackers, including imposing the death penalty on convicted terrorists. A Palestinian shot dead at least 7 people outside a synagogue in east Jerusalem on Friday, the deadliest attack in the city since 2008. On Saturday, a 13 year old Palestinian shot and injured two Israelis, and on Thursday, 9 Palestinians were shot dead in an Israeli raid in the West Bank. Linda gradstein, CBS News, Jerusalem. It's two 35. In Wisconsin, a massive 85 car pile up in snowy and iced orbit conditions shut down an interstate just past 12 noon yesterday, motorist Trevor Nelson described the scene to W ISN 12. Chaos. It was crazy. It was seen out of a movie to be honest. 27 people taken to nearby hospitals, Wisconsin, state patrol, says interstate 90 between genes, villain Beloit was shut down for about 8 hours. Nelson says there was some scary moments as things started to pile up. Rose

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"beloit" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:04 min | Last week

"beloit" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is Bloomberg radio. The first part of the video showing the violent arrest of Tyree Nichols by Memphis police is out. It starts with cops surrounding his car throwing him to the ground. That's the up. Nichols, who is black died in the hospital days after a January 7th traffic stop involving now former police officers. The officers who are also black have since been charged with his murder. The footage is being released by the police on YouTube. Georgia governor Brian Kemp issued a state of emergency order ahead of potential protests in Atlanta over the weekend with police departments in major cities like New York, Austin, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C. doing so as well. The White House says President Biden spoke with Tyree Nichols mother and stepfather to express his condolences. Biden commended the family's courage and strength, and estimated 50 cars are involved in a pileup on I 39 90 near Beloit in southern Wisconsin, the Wisconsin state patrol says snow ice and whiteout conditions were factors in the initial crash earlier this afternoon, at least 7 people are dead after an attack at a Jerusalem synagogue reports say a Palestinian gunman entered the synagogue and fired at worshipers who gathered for Friday night prayers, at least 5 others were injured in the incident. Two men are being sentenced for their connection to pepper spraying a U.S. capitol police officer who died the day after the January 6th riot. Lisa gee reports Julianne cutter admitted to deploying the pepper spray given to him by George tanios. Officer Brian sicknick, a New Jersey native, died from two strokes, hours after being pepper sprayed. Cutter was sentenced to more than 6 years in prison, and will pay a $10,000 fine. Lisa G reporting, Ford is recalling over 400,000 vehicles. It's SUVs from 2020 to 2023 may have faulty rearview cameras that have been linked to at least 17 accidents. I'm Brian shook. The White House says there's been about a 97% drop in illegal immigration this month. Texas governor Greg Abbott says that's only when you look at people coming from four countries, Cuba, Haiti, Nicaragua, and Venezuela. America is need to know. There are people coming across the border from more than 140 different countries. He says numbers always go down in January before rising in February and March. This time of year is the lowest time of year for border crossings. The Justice Department is charging three men in an alleged plot to assassinate a U.S. citizen who has publicly criticized the Iranian government, attorney general Merrick Garland, said members of an Eastern European crime organization with ties to Iran were hired to kill the victim who has long been a critic of Iran's human rights abuses in Brooklyn, New York. Koko, the beloved Disney tearjerker is heading to Broadway, Sara Lee Kessler has the details. The Pixar film, which won

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"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:55 min | 4 months ago

"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Philadelphia. See how cheap it is. Delaware county media. They're crazy in media. Let's see if I can get one of those. $85. Yeah, but no, but there's other stuff too. I don't know what she was saying. Because I want not only my first name, I want my middle and left. It doesn't matter. Believe me, when you change it, you can change them all. They don't charge your per name. So yeah. They did. They do not. Whoever's talking to you is just crazy. Did you call the courts? Yeah, called the courthouse. And petition for a name department. Well, there's not a department but petition for name change is $85. I'm looking at the Delaware county's judicial branch online right now. Really? Oh, I can get it done this year then maybe. Now, you will have to put it in the paper and all that. And what you want to do is they really want to force you to use a lawyer. They have all these arcane little regulations. It's not like California where you pay them a couple bucks and you go in and it's done. Because with the entertainment industry, everybody changes their name in California. But yeah, and it's very, very simple. They make it they make it simple for anybody. But Pennsylvania does make a little tough. I remember this from when I was there when I was on WWD helping someone walk through it. That's why I had an idea what this is because someone had called wanting to do that and I had looked it up. So and I could say, you can do it yourself, but probably you want to get if you can get copies of other people who've done it so you can just follow along. Yeah, I can just go to the law library. But so it is 85 bucks. That's the Delaware county judicial branch filing fee for petition for name change. Someone didn't know what they were talking about. Did they? All filing fees are non returnable, but shall cover all costs except for sheriff's service, which shall be paid separately by the moving party to the sheriff. Now, in your case, okay, one of the things that Pennsylvania is going to make you do is do fingerprints. And they will, they will not keep them past the name change being final. You can ask for them to be removed. But you have to go through get in your fingerprints. So that's going to cost money. Not much. Not much. No, just call delco sheriff and see what they charge for. My hope to the best of my knowledge, it's not, which certainly wasn't expensive in Philadelphia, county. That's where the person was when I helped them. But it's not expensive. They were saying they were saying, if you're getting married, it's free to change your name. Well, right. But I've got your last name. It's not free to that's where they would say last or first. Okay, now I get where they were going with this. No. But for petitioner. No, no, my friend, she said that her friend her other friend from Florida got married and she was got married in Pennsylvania and she changed her name to and then she changed her last name, but she changed her first and middle name at the same time. And they didn't charge her. Well, good enough, there you are. So it should be a relatively simple. Okay. And stores that you were talking about that we want to see come back. In media, in media, I want to see Pennsylvania. I don't know if they were anywhere else. The woolworth's 5 and dime. Oh, woolworths was everywhere, of course. Okay. And in now in Beloit, Wisconsin, there was a store downtown that was like, will worse, but it was called Jupiter's. Okay. And it had this creaky old floor creaky old wooden floor and my grandfather used to take me in there when I was little and I just loved it. It was kind of like a 5 in time, but it was called Jupiter's. I don't know if anyone else in Wisconsin remembers this, but if you do, call in. I loved that store as a kid. Yeah. The old Jupiter story, yes. All right. Yeah. Yeah. And so I'm sure there's people online who still miss it. Yeah, I'm sure there is. That was in downtown Beloit, not out like where the mall is. Right. Right. I'm looking at a picture of it right now. Oh, you are. I am looking at a picture of it. And it is downtown. Yeah, yes. Right on highway 51, I think. Well, anyway, no, we've gone brand out. Yeah, here it is. And then there's also a picture of the old mcneese store. But. I think. Yeah, so yeah, you can see all this stuff. Okay. So check it out. You can not, I don't know where to look up this. Well, well, what can I tell you? All right. And I'm glad I'm glad rich likes his new name. Yes. Yes. Just how I picture him because I always picture him in a truck driving when I'm listening to him talk. I just love him to listen to him, talk, because I love his accent, and it reminds me of being back in rockton and Lloyd and everything. And then now I'm picturing it now I'm going to start picturing him when he's not working anymore. I'm going to picture him in his recline or listening to the sound, talking to you. All right. Recliner rickett is all right, thanks, appreciate it. Okay, bye. All right, so 888-876-5593 is 88, 88. We have to Johnny D we'll get to marlowe and there's room for you too on WGN radio. Finding the right person for the job isn't easy. Just ask someone who hired a drama coach to be an IT guy. Yeah, I'm having trouble logging in. I'm not buying it, say it again, this time with feeling. I can't log in? Come on, man. I want to

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"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:03 min | 5 months ago

"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"81 75. Welcome back to the Jimbo had a show at one 8 6 6 5 6 5 O 6 O one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 as we are talking to the mayor of Orland Park, Illinois. Keith picao, he is running for Congress currently. He has been talking about the safety act that eliminates cash bail for many offenses in the state. Now, I have come across some defense of this. And I guess the principle defense is, oh, it's not automatic that these people will be let out. It's up to a judge. If true, that would tell me that this is maybe a couple of millimeters less brain dead stupid, but still incredibly brain dead stupid. I don't want it up to the decision of a judge. Your thoughts. Well, so it goes in front of a judge just like anything else does, but it requires them to be released unless the state's attorney or the district attorney was state's attorney in this case. Can prove that they are a threat to a specific person. So they have to jump through. The burden of proof is on the burden of proof is on the prosecutor. Is on the prosecutor for all of these offenses. They've already proved that they should be brought to trial. But now they have to also prove that they are a threat to a specific individual. So think about that. You commit second degree murder. You've killed that individual, so therefore you're no longer threat to anyone. So think about Cook County, for example. Kim Fox already does not push for bail and the bales are way too low. Do you think they're going to do anything to push for bail for these individuals now? And oh, by the way, they can only hold them for 48 hours. So you've now made it harder for judges. Now, there will be some counties that will spend tons of money to do everything they can to keep someone behind bars. But the reality is the judges hands are going to be pretty much tied. And you think the judges are going to stick their necks out. On this bill? No. I think in certainly not in full county, they are not. Good county for those who don't know is the county that includes Chicago, but go ahead. Yes, so they're going to already, but I mean, they're already not doing this in Cook County. So it's very difficult to get good bails. So what do you think they're going to do when they basically handed a law that says, go ahead, let them go? And you're not going to be held accountable, you have the judge. So that's exactly what's going to happen. So that's think about that. That's the only argument they can really come up with. Because I had the feeling that the article I read was tinted in the direction of support. I just wanted to find out what was in the article really meant and thank you for that. Here's a call from Don near Beloit Wisconsin, good evening. Hello, Jim and home mister mayor. Why don't we take a page out of the Ron DeSantis book and take some of these criminals that they're letting out and bring all of us to the judges. And some sandwiches and some beer and some chairs and let them camp out, decide to outside the legislatures homes and see how they like that. You know, I must confess I'm extremely attracted to your point of view, Don. I'm sure mayor pico that there must be some reason why this can't be done. I'm not sure what it would be, but it is too obvious a solution. Well, so I think there's probably a couple pounds here. First off is we don't have governor desantis. We have governor JB pritzker. So that's the first problem. And the second problem is that once the release from jail, you can't put them back in a squad car. To bring it somewhere. Or the police are violating the law. So this is this law is not just this. There's a lot of things in here about how our police officers have to act as well. And some of that stuff in an 800 page Bill as you might imagine. It's good. But very little of it. And the bad obviously completely overwhelms it. But it was put in place specifically to attack police officers as well and give criminals the opportunity to attack them anonymously and complain anonymously. They don't have to sign their name to a complaint. So any individual, any police officer who arrests someone, their friends can go out and make 7 or 8 anonymous complaints to taint their testimony when they go to trial. All right, good idea, Don, but as you see, fraught with the difficulty. Dave in the Akron, Ohio, good evening. And good evening. Let's look and see what happened to other countries that allowed the people to live on the property. South Africa is one of them. What would happen is the farmer would find the therapy people living at the end of his driveway. The driveways are quite long there. And pretty soon there'd be two people, then there'd be three. And in South Africa, you can not deny anyone water. So they'll come up to your house and start using your water. And by the way, water is very scarce there and is a very wanted commodity. So then he has more people come up and more people and more people. And then pretty soon he's got a colony out there at his front, he's got a colony that existing out there at the end of his driveway. Right, and then you start smelling barbecue. And it's your sheep that their barbecue one. And what has happened is they'll come and take over the farmer's property. The farmer will say the government will not allow us to get rid of these people. We can do nothing to stop them from coming here. And they just move out and they leave their farm. And I know this because I have a South African neighbor, his daughter married one of my neighbors here. And I got to talk to her and to oma, the wife of the farmer. This is a social effect, and it's a way to take the way the land from the people. This whole thing, you've got to reverse engineer it back to see where other countries, what they're doing. And what they're doing is they're going to try to take that man's property without due process they're just going to come in squat more and more and more and then pretty soon the guy say, well, there's nothing I can do. The laws are against me. I can't run the people off. They're destroying my property. They just walk off and leave it. Sooner or later, they will, they're smart, they'll leave the country. Nobody will squat on my property. They will decide to leave, and I'll have no idea why they decided to mayor. So you brought up a very good, a very good point. And I don't think you have to go as far in South Africa. You can look at Portland to see what's happening when this happens because several points that you want to make. And so since we're coming up on a break that doesn't move, we will pause and we'll come back with more from Keith peacock, the mayor of Orland Park, Illinois. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo one 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 will be back in a moment

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"beloit" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

Schlereth and Evans

07:56 min | 6 months ago

"beloit" Discussed on Schlereth and Evans

"Your energy. For those first two periods, I was all defense. Stevens of head coach, and then after that, switch back to offense. But yeah, I mean, the defense is playing really well. And the offense has to step up. That wasn't good enough. They didn't do good enough. There were some mental errors or some miss blocks. There were some drops, all that kind of stuff. And it wasn't just one guy who was a combination of everybody. And the reality of it is, is they have to work through that stuff. I mean, that happens. You saw this past game. We started slowing offense. Great thing was, is they stuck together. We were able to rebound and score three consecutive drives in a row. So that's part of the process. They have to learn that stuff. Brandon Lloyd in for stink who's off today, Beloit, the former Bronco receiver sitting in and it's funny because even though Nathaniel hack steadfast in his belief, look, my stars aren't going to play in the preseason. I'm sorry. I'm just not going to run the risk. And yet he freely admits to the struggles that the offense has had. Through a parts of camp and he is expressed his concern and he's expressed things like you just heard in that sound bite, but at the end of the day, he could do something about it, put those guys out there, let him play, but he's choosing, not to. Here's what I like. The backups are playing. That's going to give you a good pulse on who's going to be coming in in the event that a player is injured. So that's why there's so much pressure on this. You need to be executed because your next man up. So every single one of you out here. Yes, you're not a projected starter, but we need you just as much as we need anybody else on this team. Any other thing too to take from tomorrow. It's not a complete waste of time going out there because I think this coaching staff needs to continue to get its reps when it comes to game management. They had a good first debut against Dallas, but that was at home. Now this same coaching staff goes out on the road, different vibe, and we'll see how they handle the game management that they handle so flawlessly in the first game. See if they can do it now out on the road. This is one thing I like about this whole strategy is you are getting a chance to see backup players. You're going to be able to see Phil ants from all teams now. So maybe you'll get some more tape. Now maybe you'll have more of a resume when you're bringing in players during the season by getting them so many reps in the pre and the pre season. We're kind of scraping though, scraping. We're scraping. But I'm trying. You're trying to buy it. Trying to build up this game, but you're having a difficult time. I hear it. Next in four down. Second down. I think part of a survival as a returner, you know what I'm saying? Like, those guys don't want to get hit and they're the emphasis is to score. Again, the standard for us is very high. The standard for Montreal is very high. The expectations are high for mantra. Again, I thought he did a good job in him avoiding it is his athleticism, his agility, and also his vision. He can fill and see those attackers coming. So of course he wants to avoid him because our goal is to score at some point this year. Hopefully multiple times. That is Dwayne stukes, the special team's coordinator. Montreal, Washington, drafted with the idea of being an electric punt returner, kick returner. He's also shown as a wide receiver. I'm curious to get your take on this. As a wide receiver who's getting ready to run out on the field to start your series, is it important to you that you have a punt returner back there that's capable of getting a big return, maybe even taking one to the house or are you just catch the ball? Just catch the ball safely, let us go out there and do our job. It's wildly important to change field position. It is the most critical part of the game. Someone's going to punt the ball and change 40 50 yards of field position. That drastically reduces the percentages of you scorn. Every time you're underneath inside your own 20s, it drastically reduces your chance of scoring. We want a guy who's going to catch that ball and advance the ball 20, 30, 40 yards. It is important. So, you know, I like that they're hyped up on Montreal. I saw a little bit of electricity on two of those punt returns in the first preseason game. I think this is another key part of preseason is special teams. These are the players that are going to be your special teams players. So I am keeping an eye out and taking notes on these special teams players. Next in four down. Third down. You can kiss my ass. Nazem kadri is gone. Not to the New York islanders, which was kind of the way it was trending there for a while Calgary of all teams pops up out of nowhere in science kadri to a 7 year deal worth $49 million, hey, look, the avalanche had every opportunity to commit to nazem kadri. They could have done it back in December. January, February when it was apparent that he was putting together a career year showing that he was able to play with that ferocity without crossing over the line like he has in the past, but below they had their chances repeatedly and then on into free agency. It's clear they decided that at age 32, he just wasn't going to be worth the kind of contract that he could command. Thank you for everything you did. But we're prepared to move on. And the avalanche have reached the professional sports Holy Grail. The youth pipeline. They got the fountain of youth. They built it. They have players that are coming into the system. They're able to develop players. They don't have to pay players. And that's what professional sports, that's the point. That's the Holy Grail. And now we're on a championship run. Give us the hometown discount. No? Yeah. Fine. Exactly. Exactly. Exactly. Good luck. I know it's difficult. Congratulations. Thanks. You hate to lose. I hate to lose a guy that was such a pivotal part, but this is a salary cap sport. It's a hard salary cap. It's not like football that's as flexible. As you can maneuver, guys, you can get, you can cut guys, you can get guys to restrict it's just not as easy. And let's not forget. Nathan McKinnon should be able to command and get the largest contract ever handed out in NHL history. He's deserving of it. And that's a big, big number that you're gonna have to work in under that cap. Trying to bring back a nazem kadri at 7 million per, that's just probably a luxury you can't afford, but man, thank you. Thank you, thank you to everything you did, huge, huge part of winning the cup, can't wait for the video tribute. Next in four down. One, two, three. Fourth down. While always stood on my innocence and always said that I've never assaulted anyone or disrespected anyone, and I'm continuing to stay on that. But at the same time, I have to continue to push forward with my life and my career. We're talking about deshaun Watson, the 11 game suspension, the $5 million fine, wasn't enough. And you had a take on it, and I want to read a texture's response, kind of came after you a little bit. Okay. Yep. But you respond. Brandon, your take is trash, cancel culture didn't lose, he should Watson should be in jail, and you know what he did, I really hope he gets hurt and never gets to play again that dude is pure trash. You know, I never want to wish anybody get hurt. I agree with the parts that and my public opinion. I believe he's guilty. That's what that was my whole point. He's guilty and not guilty at the same time. But what are we going to do with the machine, you know, the NFL Goodell taking the pass, teams taking a pass and we're left with left with this. So he's getting punished. They're

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"beloit" Discussed on Comedy Lab Podcast

Comedy Lab Podcast

08:03 min | 7 months ago

"beloit" Discussed on Comedy Lab Podcast

"Thank you for that warm introduction. Apparently I have a card. I appreciate it. I'm really happy I came from Beloit to come down here. I did enjoy your set that was it takes courage. I'm nervous every time I come up in front of people, even the same people I see. I don't know what's going to happen. You never know, so good job. No problem. And these lights are romantic. It's Johnny. Spacing out. Kitty power. Titty power. That's what I want to talk to you guys about. Kitties will make me do shit that I would never do. I'm lazy. I'm lazy. I'm a bad relationship. I'm lazy. But something about coming upstairs and being asked to do something simple like baby, can you go to the grocery store? I'm like, man, I just want to do nothing to get there. And then a titty pops out, a big old titty. Next thing I know, I'm on my way back from the grocery store. It's tricked me. City power. The big titties too. I love pizza. You guys see ladies and I guess some guys don't know what you got. But I'm weak. And it's the only thing that, yeah, I'll go, I guess, murder some people for the right titties. Shit. Good times, right? Everyone had a good time to brewskis. Whoo. Here we are in Rockford. My old town. I'm very parent who is standing on this stage right now. I don't think in the past, my personal expert. I gotta be honest with you guys. I live in Beloit, I used to live in Rockford. I got a little PTSD from it, but something happened recently in Beloit, which triggered it, and it was just walking down the park by the river, peaceful by myself, clearing my thoughts. I got surrounded again. By the gang. Yeah, real talk, Joe. I know. I appreciate it. So I got surrounded. No one was around. It was late at night, and I go, not again. Rock or flashbacks, a bunch of people, what am I gonna do? You know? Kind of know karate from TV, but it doesn't work. My girlfriend, because she's tough with me. Thank you. But yeah, this surrounded me, ended up walking home, ripped pants, marks all over cuts. But I don't know what's here, Tom. Blood's cribs, but you know what I'm about to say. It's the motherfucking geese. You thought it's bad in Rockford? Comfortable with Johnson. There's thousands of them. Just waiting. They got meetings every Saturday at the one party. Jump color in and shit. Old people and young children getting too close. The man I hate him. I hate him. He's. You guys still have fun? All right, right on, right on. Bride. Dang. I realized something. Thinking about my past, how much I used to drink, carrots, carrots, literally, say I'm doing it now. So I'm a hypocrite. Drink and drive. I was really bad at it. I practiced it a lot. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I mean, there was so many tragic moments. You know, I mean, it's one thing to wake up and I'm sure you guys had it to where you wake up and you pocket full of receipts. You got no cash and get fucking wallet. You're in a weird hotel with some ladies broken. Who knows? She's a witch, and she's from the future, she told me. You know what I mean? So, but you know, and it's another thing to think about, man, you know, you could kill somebody, kill yourself, you know, I used to wake up. The next night, watching crime stoppers in the rafters sweating profusely because I thought I ran over somebody. Where do you scared shit like? Can I turn off the TV and sit go for a walk with fucking going to come? Oh my God, I'm so nervous. I don't want to go to the toy. You know, like a kicker for me, what did it have called my old map of jail? When a bagel colony, which is fabulous too. And explaining that I crashed his Buick for the second time in The Rock river. So yeah, I stopped after that. Yeah. You guys believe in ghosts? Do you? Andrew, do you believe in ghosts? Spirits, aberrations? They're real. I know you believe in ghost parts. Calm down. He's trying to calm me down. Yeah, no, I want to talk about ghosts in my house. You know? Rolling over to the girl and smelling something otherworldly. Her looking at me at the same goes for it, going right back to bed and start snoring. What the fuck? I never believed I never believed in ghosts until then. But they're real and they fucking spanked. Ghostbusters. I know. I hope you're enjoying this, everyone. Whoo. Real talk. I did, I've been trying to tell the truth and be honest about myself. I'm very sensitive. I'm very, I don't know. Trying to kill my ego, you can say. Be who I am. I started going to places and when they say, how are you? Welcome to McDonald's. Welcome to mobile. I want its own exactly what's going on in the day. And if you've been in my house, it's sometimes very chaotic and crazy. Like insane crazy. Like not normal. So I had went to the McDonald's, that was the mobile by my house, said, how are you doing, sir? I had diarrhea all day long. All day. She looked at me. And then I smelled something otherworldly. Her looking at me was saying, go for it. Don't write back the bed and start snoring. What the fuck? I never believed. I never believed in ghosts until then. But they're real and they fucking staying. Ghostbusters. I know. I hope you are doing this everyone. Whoo. Real talk. I did, I've been trying to tell the truth and be honest about myself. I'm very sensitive. I'm very, I don't know. Trying to kill my ego, you can say. And be who I am. I started to go into places when they say, how are you? Welcome to McDonald's. Welcome to mobile. I wanted to know exactly what's going on in the day. And if you've been in my house, it's sometimes very chaotic and crazy. Like insane crazy. Like not normal. So I had went to the McDonald's not with the mobile by my house, said, how are you doing, sir? I had diarrhea all day long. All day. She looked at me. And then I did point it over a gas pump, and I said, $10 on top of ten, and I walked up right out and she looked at me like what the fuck? That's real talk, and that's honesty, and that was real diarrhea, people. Thank you, KFC. Thank you McDonald's. Thank you Taco Bell for that shit's all right.

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"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Rolling James that's one of the records that takes me where I want to go on bell tone from 1962 of course it's Eugene Pitt in a jive 5 what time is it What a fine record All right 888-876-5593 since we're talking about time anyway We've got Leah in Marcus hook Welcome tonight to WGN radio Hi Ronny How are you All right what's going on Leah Well you were talking about new year's resolutions and I just want to say I haven't pointless And I haven't done it since like the late 80s Well that means you've done it at some point Have you ever done one and kept it No Okay good Well your plum average then Leah I don't want the first time I've ever been called average It's a compliment A compliment But I won't say normal since we're not sure what that might mean but I can say average But yeah I must have wanted to be average and now I find out I am in some manner Isn't that lovely Yes And I tried to think back I don't think I've ever made a new year's resolution Well I'll try it It always had to do with weight And it always had to do with losing weight And I remember once I remember one time clearly in Beloit in the early 80s every year we would hear these religious zealots on TV predicting the end of the world for that year New year's And my grandmother and I would be all boy So one year we were on the starvation diet and we were so hungry and you know we were sitting around one day and we were looking at this preacher on TV and he was saying the world is going to end it was on the news that night And the world is going to end in blah blah blah blah blah Pass the bacon We just saw each other and we had this frozen pizza in the freezer We just looked at each other and said you know what The world's going to end tomorrow We're getting the frozen peas We want the first absolutely Absolutely It's going to end anyway like I say pass the bacon but yes you betcha Well losing weight is usually the number one sometimes the number two resolution it alternates with that and doing more exercise Well yeah but they go hand in hand So they are separate resolutions but those are always the top two from what I can tell last year was no exception Now number three last year was a little surprising saving more money I would think considering nobody really went out well I guess there is always home shopping or online Amazon Prime come on Yeah well yeah fool that I am right And then I love pursuing a career ambition which was number 5 Why bother the government sending money Yeah so yeah And we're talking about a college of a less to go for free if you're 65 or over Yeah yeah and that is the university of Arkansas University of Arkansas And the entire the entire UA system Trade was really nice And the deal is even med school in law school If you actually can get in In other words you've got the test scores and you've got the grades and they accept you They wave your tuition Completely Yeah because Zac goes for online course they don't They don't My time in Arkansas was before anybody was online So you'd have to check something more recent than me but I'm sure they'd do it So let me quickly Arkansas What's your name Arkansas Is not bad CEO It's not all that far Well of course it's near flippen where they make ranger boats Really really stupid hot down there No because remember play it most toward it Well it'll help you this way You know it's just a few miles from Missouri Does that help And yeah because remember it's the Ozarks So let's see if they do this for seniors online I don't know if they have online courses I always think of the south as being really stupid on No well actually he didn't really the problem It's humidity but okay the university of Arkansas offers free tuition to Arkansas residents who are 60 year older Enrollment is here president Well of course they're not of course That is I never meant to imply you didn't have to be a resident but not saying I was wondering if you could do it online Well you could if you're an organization probably if you're in Arkansas resident but if you are if you are an Arkansas resident and you're 60 or older as long as there is space availability if you qualify you can go Free Very nice Yeah Very nice 60 year old And it's every division not just like the college of arts and sciences It's our law school They're med school If you are over 60 and you qualify you get you know you get accepted just like you'd get accepted at any other age Yeah If they accept you you want to learn your master's degree or your PhD or whatever It is free That's very nice Mycologist should do that I think that's great because I've seen people graduate in their 80s you know I think that before I don't know I think there are other states that have breaks but most of the other states I know don't do it across the board like law school medical school all that But Arkansas does anywhere in the UA system anywhere in the state Any public college in Arkansas if you are over 60 in a resident you can And you qualify you know again you have to enroll like anybody else you have to apply And if they accept you you got no tuition That's great And no student fees either by the way That's great Yeah All the tuition and the students are about yeah that's great because you don't have to live like on campus Oh of course not Of course not Now you'll have to pay for it You'll have to pay for your books They don't waive that But other than your books I used to work I used to when I before I became disabled I used to work at a seasonal job every year I used to work at the Delaware county community college bookstore and oh my gosh Well I was a cashier and I think it's crazy in there every year And the books are expensive I didn't realize they were that much and so I started working there Right By used That's the way to go on all those Yeah That looks crazy man Anyway you were talking about time speeding up or whatever Yes Feels like it is I remember our belts talking about that years ago Oh yeah well he wanted a time machine Our bell his one desire he wanted a time travel He was I want one too I'm exactly like that Okay I want to kind of seem so bad it could taste it Oh my God So I just looked up Pennsylvania since you were there And clarion college has tuition waiver if you're 62 and over But you can only audit the glasses Now it bloomsburg you only need to be 60 and you can take the classes without a tuition.

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"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here you are again Where you belong there you go again lying in a party singing in that same Old You walked out on me was to all the numbers and I can't move your dad and that's the truth I don't want to let you run into the ground And radio I'm Raleigh James that of course Chicago's own Betty Everett She would have been 82 years old today I can't hear you no more died sadly in 2001 and Beloit She was only 61 years old That was not a big charter for her Number 39 on the R&B charts and about 66 on the pop charts on VJ but it was a fine record one that you'll probably hear on top shelf oldies dot org and we are talking with Tim tilson who puts his money in his time into an effort so the rest of us can enjoy obscure oldies and I bet you do play that Tim Well well I know we don't That one I don't have I had never heard that before I know it charted pop Yeah Well I have a feeling something's gonna be at it Now before we go any further may I vote for my worst hit record of all time I'd be honored Let's get together by Haley mills Oh God You know what's interesting that has gotten votes in the past and we didn't get much stuff from the 50s this year and Well that's early 6 early 60s Yeah pre pre Beatles but that's a fine choice It's pond water yes The official term of course All right And I think Pablo in Chicago wants maybe some votes or perhaps that says talk about 40s music so Pablo welcomed a WGN radio How do you do that on this journey This is Pablo I mean Chicago I'm a bonded veteran and when I was a little boy my office came home from the war and they were very cheerful despite the stuff that they saw and they were always singing So I got a couple for you and your guests Tim Okay Remember in light of the holiday let's say this Everybody eats when they come into my house when I was young Everybody eats when they come to my house I don't know that I've ever heard it have you Tim I haven't really Did he say 40s music Strong on that I got another one Okay Ain't nobody here but Galloway Well and the lowest Jordan version was Jordan is the quintessential but yes absolutely a wonderful song Yeah did you find everybody when they come to my house No And of course I didn't look So I will do that right now to see but of course anybody here but us chickens Of course I got but everybody eats when they come to my house My uncle Lawrence was a he played saxophone and he used to love to sing By the way he was a test tuskegee airman Wow And they had a big big club out there Robinson Illinois And like I said they were very cheerful when they came home from the war Even though they saw terrible things you know The mind is pretty elastic and it seems that we as time goes on very often remember the good things thank God much more than the bad things but yes I always notice that with World War II vets they talk about what great times they had And of course we know they had horrible times as well but the mind masks a lot of that So we're fortunate in that But yes absolutely But I do not have it however I will have it I'll look for it everybody eats when they come to my house All right It's a great son I think you'll like it Do you remember well you got anybody here but as chickens Of course What about down the aliba Alamo do you remember that one I do and I don't know if it's on this computer or not Well okay I better let you go but I got something funny to say to you Sometimes when you drop your voice and I close my eyes and I'm an avid radio listener since I'm bond and you're talking and you chop your voice you know you remind me of I'm afraid to ask May with Well I'll take that as a James you sound just like you got to say come up and see me I think I did on one of the promos Thanks for calling I appreciate it Thank you It's a pleasure So yeah Well thank God for radio They don't have to have to see us So do you play any 40s on top shelf oldies No none that I can think of Raleigh I'm trying to think of a group record My recovery by the year It's from 1961 So that's pretty close Right Like 60 minute man yeah it would be 51 Yeah yeah right Things that approach the 40s but nothing from the 40s Wow All right Well good deal I think it gets that That's not something I know much about Right right And some of the Lewis Jordan records from the 40s are just classic So maybe you'll look them up sometime But to Cleveland Dennis wants to weigh in welcome back to WGN radio Yeah hello Mae West I'll never live this down All right It was Mae West but you got to have your eyes closed Yeah Anyhow I do listen to Tim station top shelf I picked it up based on the conversations I've heard from your great show along with W PON in Detroit and certainly PJ AA and I want to talk about the a because I heard Ben bamboo Yeah By the end of the roundup Yes indeed Okay But what I want to say is you know when I was about.

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"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Earlier and never really managed any national breakout hits but it was interesting because later there was one of those compilation albums of Babs Tino meets barber Chandler And I like barber Chandler I liked her version of it hurts to be 16 better than the hit but in any event the quality on it was so bad at one great but she had you know over half a dozen short records not only on Catholic as their first one was on cameo Mahani bun in 1957 All right so we will get to Stephanie two but right now we're totally in Marcus hook and Leah asked about the Dixie highway All right I know about this actually Okay I asked because when I lived in Beloit my father told me that the Dixie highway that was employee went all the way to Florida Is that true Well yes but you have to understand what the Dixie highway is Now this goes back to cars first starting out and in the turn of the last century they had something called a national auto trail and it would be like a road like the Lincoln highway was part of that That'd be like New York to San Francisco or Montreal to Miami things like that Well in any event here comes the Dixie highway It's not a highway in the sense of U.S. one or something like that is It is a network of connected paved roads because it returned 1915 when it started And at that point there is very little paved road So much like the Lincoln highway it was Carl Fisher You got to know about Carl Fisher He was a big time businessman a big time Florida investor He wanted nothing more than traffic to come to Florida So he did a lot of underwriting of this and initially the federal government was not really involved and he was also involved with the Lincoln highway So he was a pretty big guy Little by little the U.S. government started to put some money on it and then ultimately they came up with the U.S. route system And some were state roads and some were federal roads but Dixie highway was a part of many of them Now there were two roots The western routes was Chicago to Miami by a danville and Bedford Indiana and Louisville in E town and Bowling Green and Nashville Chattanooga You know through Atlanta making and all that Well then the eastern part took a slightly different route It actually started at sault saint Marie Michigan and it ran through sagging on and Detroit and Toledo and Cincinnati and all that And so you can look at it today and see where current roads like root two or mackinac trail or whatever are what Dixie highway was In some cities and areas they would name the root Dixie highway And in a few places that's remained like for instance in Louisville through lively shyly Dixie highway or in Miami Dixie highway and there's several of them but it's not one road and you can see the map of where where they go And you can you know you can see exactly how the roots are and the reason they're kind of you'll look at them and they're convoluted And that's because it's not one road But I went all the way down to Miami and the idea was to connect the Midwest to Miami Oh that's cool Yeah yeah When there wasn't that much paved travel this was this was a wonderful idea And like I said Carl Fisher who owned so much a South Florida and from Palm Beach Chun down he got together with a bunch of people I think it was in Chattanooga around 1914 and said we got to do this We're going to lay out a route from Chicago to Miami Of course at that point some of it wasn't paved at all It would have to be paved some of it was so that's why Chicago to danville then to Indianapolis then it split and all that And 31 W and in Kentucky is still the original Dixie highway and there are other places you can see that as well A lot of it became U.S. 25 which was a federal highway and that would be like through the Carolinas and I 75 took a lot of it you know the Susan Marie to Miami wrote a lot of that as I 75 now So if you walk around the door and you see this nothing little intersection with the Dixie hour you think oh that's weird Okay Exactly And it's a red and white big D H is the way the highways used to be named but they'd have the DA DH for Dixie highway but then they would also have whatever name of the highway was at the time because like I say it was just an amalgamation of established roots Oh that is so cool Now what about route 66 Does that not exist anymore No it doesn't for the most part Parts of historic 66 still do mostly that I 40 and I 55 You can find a little bit where you can get off and still see the route but like for instance if you're looking at 66 in Arizona and let's say you're in Winslow well there'll be a sign historic route 66 and you'll it's basically just like a little loop back to I 40 and you'll see the same thing in flag staff or Williams you know so barstow in California all the places where it went So there's little pieces of it but there's nothing and hopefully a trucker will correct me if I'm wrong but there's nothing of it that would be considered a usable route You know it would be more like it goes through downtown of these small little bergs Like they don't have the roadside attractions anymore Well not by the roadside Now there's always roadside attractions God knows the thing is still there although done But you know what usually what happens to when you see historic route 65 is there's going to be some motels and a diner.

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"beloit" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

07:49 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Northbound. Layton Avenue in downtown will take you about seven minutes with traffic and weather together on the tones from nebulas ago. Wtmj. Pala wi dot com Time Saver Traffic. Partly cloudy, slight chance of a shower or storm today a high of 80 Partly cloudy, breezy tonight 67 62 degrees in Milwaukee at 601 from the WTMJ breaking news center. One person in critical condition after a police shooting Tuesday night in New Berlin. WTMJ Stony Bedrock is live in the breaking news center in the Wisconsin Department of Justice is leading the investigation. According to release. Police got a call around 10 o'clock for report of someone with a gun along South Moreland. It happened near pleasant Drive. That's where officers confronted that person and shot them. Details surrounding that shooting aren't immediately known. Officers provided emergency medical support. Nobody else was hurt during the incident. Police do still have moral enclosed between National and Beloit Road. President Biden will take executive action today after House approved gun control laws stalled in the Senate, the White House, calling it a comprehensive plan targeting illegal gun dealers and giving federal AIDS local police can better enforce weapons law. The president's plan will also let cities used millions in covid relief to prevent gun violence. The president's actions countering Republican Club Names that he and Democrats want to defund police departments. These orders will give officers millions more to enforce the law. Andy FIELD. ABC NEWS Washington The Covid 19 Delta variant becoming the dominant mutation of the virus in the U. S. There are new symptoms you need to know about. It's more contagious than any other variant that we've seen before, including the U. K or the Alfa Berry in Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond says the Delta version of Covid. Causes different symptoms than earlier variants to it causes higher viral loads in the mouth and nose. More severe disease would infected individuals getting sicker faster and the risk of hospitalization is double. And he says it also poses a higher threat to younger people, particularly in unvaccinated individuals. Melissa Bar Clay WTMJ News, a hotbed of covid 19 cases, the Milwaukee County Jail is now a leader in vaccination rates. The rate at the jail now outpaces that of the community at large 54. Percent of our residents have received their full vaccine series. So, according to DHS data, 43% of Milwaukee residents have fully completed the full vaccine series. Milwaukee County Executive David Crowley crediting the work with the group render company founder Rob Baker. We open up with a group discussion with residents about their experience and their thoughts about the vaccine. We let them know that their lives are valuable to us and that we aren't trying to push the vaccines on them. The statewide rate for partial vaccinations is 49% Mike's fault. WTMJ in you. As the number of covid cases falls, a new crisis emerges in the shadow of the pandemic, as schools closed and social distancing took hold. Pediatricians and child psychiatrists expected a change in their patients, but I don't think we fully anticipated how big of an impact that was going to be, says cement, the clerk of the multi care Behavioral Health Network. With the number of young people showing signs of depression, anxiety, even suicidal thoughts, she says. We need more inpatient psych facilities, which takes time and money. In the meantime, she says, it's up to parents to monitor their kids to ease their concerns. To seek outside help if it's needed. Jim Ryan ABC News Coming up Your Garden might have a little extra wiggle, Citing unlimited wtmj news Time. Six or five. Welcome back to ask Hassle is I'm Weston. What's your question? Will you open? The hassles matters near us? Where do you live on Mars? The planet Affirmative. You know, someday we will open an employee free show Roman Mars. After all, we carry temper Pedic, which is made with pressure relieving material originally designed by NASA.

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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"News on Wisconsin's radio station News radio WTMJ It's 5 30. I'm John Mark here. Chemical Fire rages at the Wisconsin Illinois border. Mike Spalding and from a list of our clay Northside staple reopened its doors. I'm Greg Matte, sick. We await the word. I'm James. I'm w Alaska eastbound 94 Highway 16 to the zoo is going to take you 14 minutes. Another nine, then from the center downtown. Looking at six extra minutes. With that whole stretch the westbound size just a bit heavy out of the Marquette nine minutes to the zoo interchange. It's an extra 2 41 south on highway Q to the zoo is going to take 27. I'm Debbie Laska wtmj fellow wi dot com Time saver traffic. President Biden meets in a matter of hours, with Russian leader Vladimir Putin really two camps right now inside of the White House. One camp that really wants him to take a more mild and softer approach when it comes to this relationship with Russia, And then there's another camp of advisors. That really wants President President Biden to really take a really strong approach to this meeting, And so it remains to be seen which approach the president will try to do. Maybe we'll try to level between the two of those ABC is Rachel Scott in Geneva, Switzerland. The House voting to award the Congressional gold medal to the Capitol Police Department and the D. C. Metro police for their actions during the January 6th attack. The House oversight committees heard from FBI director Christopher Wray. As it looks into the insurrection, not aware of any actual intelligence that we failed to pass on races, the agency did warn of potential violence the day of the attack. The Illinois EPA is asking the state's attorney general to cite a chemical company that was the scene of an explosion and fire yesterday. Area of ABC News setting unlimited WTMJ news time. 5 31 Plumes of smoke continue to hang over the Wisconsin Illinois border near Beloit after that explosion and rocked in first responders say the fire will likely continue for several days. An explosion and massive fire. The came to a plant in the small town of rocked in Illinois near the Wisconsin border led to evacuations. Authorities are trying to keep runoff from going into the nearby Rock River. Rocked and fire Chief Kirk Wilson. We've been watching the perimeter. There have been a little spot fires. Littlefield fires things of that nature, but most of that's under control. Now the fires contained under the one area of the building. The plant about 100, miles northwest of Chicago, makes lubricants and grease products. Jim Krystle, the CBS News postcard now being mailed this week to the nearly 187,000 voters in Wisconsin, who are registered to vote but haven't cast a ballot in the past four years. The Wisconsin election commissions read. Magne says a vote may not have been cast. For a number of reasons. Most people if they haven't voted in four years have probably moved. Maybe they've died. Something like that. But there are some people who, for some reason, didn't feel like voting in the last four years, and they may want to stay on the voter rolls and all they have to do. Is returned the postcard to their local clerk, and they'll stay on the voter list, Magne says. If you moved, you do have to re register to vote. Jane McNair WTMJ news offensive like atmosphere on Milwaukee's North Side today is the Sherman Phoenix Reopens. TMJ four Is Cuba Ali excitement in the buildings, electric bike People are just thrilled to be back inside the building and to be able to sit and enjoy the atmosphere here. Now Sherman.

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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"1. It's 70 degrees high of 76. Today sunny and beautiful from the WTMJ breaking news center. I'm Eric Bill stat. Evacuation orders remain in place for a one mile radius around a massive fire at a chemical plant in northern Illinois and rocked in Illinois. Still actively burning. This is just south of Beloit. Brockton Fire chief Kirk Wilson says environmental concerns are top of mind with the lingering issues of air quality and the possibility of chemicals and other pollutants seeping into the nearby Rock river. There are absorbent booms that are being placed in the river. Just in case there's any product relief. This is strictly for precautionary measures, but we want to make sure all that is in place before we actually start to do the actual firefighter going to let the fire continued to burn until they can ensure that nothing seeps into the rock river that would have chemicals in it. They're working on that now. Hopefully later today they can start putting that fire out. Meanwhile, residents Within three miles of the plant are being asked to wear masks, closed their windows and abstain from turning on their air conditioning. Tinder dry conditions and a rash of brushfires are causing more southeast Wisconsin towns and villages to ban outdoor burning present Larry the village of Summers, Kenosha. Among the latest to join this number, which keeps growing the D N R is suspending burning permits. They say the wildlife concerns are the issue, and one local fire chief says that tossed cigarette butt is all it takes to start a fire amid the ongoing drought. You think if there aren't as many cars on the road we wouldn't have as many crashes or at least deadly ones. That hasn't been the case. Statistics have shown that even though we had a dearth of cars on the freeway during the lockdown, there was actually an uptick in deadly crashes. Unfortunately, we're seeing you know a fair amount of speed and para driving and distracted. Driving with our fatalities, Traffic Operations and safety laboratory at UW. Madison's Andrea Bill says that speed and reckless driving is the crux of the problem is the faster that we go. It's basic physics that the human body can't withstand those crash force. Is step. One of the solution has to be everyone taking responsibility and slowing it down double as God WTMJ News box playoff coverage tonight on WTMJ Game five of the two and two tied series in Brooklyn. Could some baseball acumen help the Bucks Tonight? The 1997 World Series the 2018 NLCS as a player and a manager Craig Counsell has been a part of some pivotal game fives like the box will experience tonight. More than anything, it just do your job that day that there's still more to be done after this game, think everybody always realize is that is that this is one day you got to stick to one day. That's probably the most important thing is getting ahead of yourself in these situations is probably the worst thing you can do. The box. Look to heat that good advice Tonight. Coverage of the game starts at seven. Here on WTMJ Brianti, WTMJ Sport Graphic and what the Next sighting Unlimited WTMJ News Time Tunnel for this report is sponsored.

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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Be entertained. Wisconsin's radio station 6 20, Wtmj, Milwaukee. Yeah. 10 1. It is 78 degrees sunny today. Slight chance for a shower. Later on this afternoon, a high of 80 from the WTMJ breaking news Center. I'm Eric Bill said. You can see the smoke for miles. Crews are battling a major fire just south of Beloit. This is in rocked in Illinois. There's been at least one massive explosion at this scene as crews. Have been working this fire. A mandatory evacuation is now underway for anyone within a mile of Kim Tool incorporated that is the building that is currently on fire again. This is south of Beloit, south of the state line in rocked in Illinois. No word yet on how this fire started, or if any hazardous chemicals are involved. We will continue to monitor that story. The three candidates to become what we tell us. His next police chief get to make their case tonight. TMJ, four is Sarah MacGruber. Three candidates left in the search for that new police chief here in Wauwatosa, and they're all participating in a public interview tonight. Three candidates are drug intelligence officer and retired Milwaukee police captain James McGillis, acting police chief Jeffrey Norman and Milwaukee police captain David Salazar. Virtual public interviews get underwear at five this evening. The final round of interviews are set for next week. Meanwhile, Milwaukee police Is he responding to more than a dozen shootings dating back to Friday, At least five of those shootings were deadly, including one downtown near water and nap. In one of the shootings. A nine year old boy was injured. He will survive and a man's in custody for allegedly shooting at a Milwaukee police sergeant. Gun violence erupting over the weekend in cities across the U. S. A. B CS Alix Perez says law enforcement officials concerned the violence is going to get worse through the summer talked to at least five police departments across the country. They are very concerned about the next few months, and most of them tell us they're investing in community policing strategies and also targeting the most violent offenders. Hoping to get a grip on things before they get worse. In Washington, the Justice Department's top national security official is resigning after revelations that the department secretly seized records from Democrats and members of the media. John Demers. Will leave his position by the end of the month. It comes amid questions about what Demers knew about the Justice Department's efforts to secretly sees the phone data from House Democrats and reporters as part of an aggressive investigation into leaks. The Supreme Court is delaying a decision on affirmative action at Harvard, The Supreme Court shelved a decision on whether justices will hear an appeal that claims Harvard discriminates against Asian American applicants and instead favors black and Hispanic students. The court says it wants the Justice Department to weigh in first, a ruling could impact college admissions across the country. Harvard denies any wrongdoing. The Milwaukee Bucks have even their series with the Nets. But is there even more in the tank? WTMJ is Brian D. 34 points, 12 rebounds and still untapped potential for ya. Listen to Colombo. You can look at Janet's stat lines, and we can say 34 start to score more in the series has played well, I think he encouraged you think for the boxes. I don't think he really has played well in these last two games that he still needs to be on the attack. More still needs to stay around the basket and get to the restricted area rather than settling for the threes. Justin Garcia of the box radio network, Honest and his teammates now returned to Brooklyn for a pivotal Game five on Tuesday. Game five tips off right here at 7 30 tomorrow night. WTMJ news time. 10 04. Let's be real mopping is a hassle. You have to fill the bucket, pushing a wet, heavy mop around, then cleaning them off when you're done so it doesn't grow bacteria hassle.

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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In the Wisconsin state Legislature did during act 10? Still kind of head scratching mind Boggle. Remember, they fled right? That's what Democrats in Texas did yesterday. And the reasoning is surrounding voting bill that Democrats feel is restrictive. But I'm really not interested in this forum anyway. On this day to get into what's in the bill. No, thank you. Uh, their reaction to it is what is so Familiar Texas Democrats last night. Used every parliamentary tool at their disposal. NBC reports to effectively kill a bill that would add what some say restrictions to elections and the state. Ultimately they did what they staged a walkout. We're out of here. They walked out to prevent a vote being held before a midnight. Deadline. At least 100 years saying, Why would they do this? Well, because you've got to have at least 100. Present to conduct business. So the bill comes up in the State House last night for final approval, but they tried every possible way to debate and delay and filibuster and all these things. So the Democrats got up left. They left in protest. They broke Warum. We don't have a quarrel. We can take a vote. If you don't have a quorum, and they walked out. They walked out now. Um It does not appear is if it is gone quite as extreme as it did in Madison. Do you remember where the Democrats fled? Do you remember this? This is Like a great little Wisconsin political history trivia question. We are what 11 2010 2009 were 11 years 10 11 years removed since the battle over Act 10, which is hard to believe in some ways, right, give or take a few months. Do you remember where we're Democrats fled? Incidentally, it no longer exists. And I had no idea until earlier today and I was just poking around. Where did Democrats flee? Rockford, Illinois, Right, Remember that? They fled the state all together, and they all went down just on the other side of the state line. They all went down to Rockford, Illinois. Bonus points. Trivia question, folks where in Iraq for Illinois did they go? Do you remember this? Do you remember where they went in Rockford, Illinois, the clock tower, the clock Tower Hotel, the clock Tower Resort and Conference Center Right there in Rockford, Illinois, a side note. That cock tower's gone. I had no idea because it tells you that's how long it's been said that Grove pastor through Rockford, Illinois. They demolished the iconic clock Tower Hotel. In 2018 C Can't even go past that landmark because there was a while there when I would navigate that track, you know, maybe through the Beloit, Rockford area, you past the clock Tower Hotel and I don't feel like me. Every time I pass, and I thought, Oh, there it is. What if there's any Democrats still hanging out there? Anybody. The Jon Erpenbach like the brunch so much, he still goes back. First name that came to mind. At any rate. It's being redeveloped as a casino complex, which, if you think about it, if you think about it, too, are our friends in the state Legislature, whether you're Democrat or Republican. If you if you Want to repeat history. Or if you've seen the Texas Legislature, the Democrats in Texas do this. You're thinking, OK? Maybe it's time we do it again. I'm just saying My hunch is if it is indeed being renovated into a casino complex, which are some of the reports, if that is indeed the case is that not more attractive destination to hide out in then just a normal old clock Tower hotel. But how about that? What once was old is new again. Deja vu. Whatever the phrase is, whatever the terminology is that you want to use Democrats in Texas. We're out of here. We're walking out. There is no No word on if they've gone quite as extremists of crossing state lines. I don't think that's something that they did. I know if that's something they had to do it something the Democrats in Wisconsin had to do it. When in doubt, you walk out when in doubt, walk up. I guess I'm no expert, Isaac. I'm no expert. But Robert's rules of order, but what I have now learned Here in Madison, now in Austin, Texas, I guess, apparently the last little the last little note in tiny, fine print in the Robert's Rules of Order manual. When all else fails. Walk out you listening to the Steves Giffey show on WTMJ..

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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"An occasional fix it you'll fill in host Glenn Can Chesky the big guy? He died this week after your long battle with cancer. You own plumbing parts Plus in West Allis. Before that, he was a friend of mine, and we had met to the barn with Sam was called sports medicine years ago through mutual friend and he had a big voice. Big heart. Big head certainly knew his trade in his craft. He was an expert, a savant. When it came to plumbing parts. His dad taught him everything he knew. He was working another hardware store in West Alison that went under, Sweet said. I'm gonna open up my own store and me and my buddies helped unload all of his crates and Rex knowledge stuff now in the store on 76th in Beloit Road, we put that helped him put that and that's all I knew about plumbing. That's really way I could help and when he had cancer, and he died this week, and a lot of people knew Glen Certainly in the trades because he had institutional knowledge like nobody else. And plus he had it all on the story. If he didn't have it in this story could find it for you. So all these trades people doing all these plumbers knew him. And then you just in the course of the last couple days and telling a few forensic landed past and to a person that you know people that don't know what end of a faucet to turn on. They knew somebody that knew glad. Only have the big guy. Everybody knows him. Wow. Remember at the bar with him, and he said, you know, I should advertise. I said, Well, you know, he's probably good tmj the fix. It sure would be a perfect fit for you. So he got to know time phase. I got to get on the show a few times in time, like him so much. You would actually let him fill in his host. I mean, that's like, you know, handing that off to you. That's that's a big job you got? No, you're locked up. Yeah, and you're on the phone talking to people that are gonna throw stuff at you. You may not know he handled it all. He was so nervous that first time to you is like a cat over a sink full of water. I can't be on the radio. So you got to. It's free advertising. Get on there. And by the end, he would be giving me critiques about he'd come in, of course, and do the show here in the studio. Hey, do you guys ever clean that place? God, it's a mess. I never saw dust bunnies like this is never coming there in Cleveland. You're still here? Yeah, so, but it's a It was a great life. It's a sad passing, obviously, but we thought that folks and again you die wires out there who encountered Glen along the way. You should know that he is no longer with us. But the story lives on and so do the memories. So goodbye, Glynn 7 14 Sports is next. Sponsored by Green Bay Outfitters fishing charter. Hey, that fishing trip to Canada. It ain't happening with covert their borders are closed. Keep this on the down low because there's a lot of people without fishing charter plans right now. But remember this name Green Bay Outfitters Amazing fishing Right on the Bay of Green Bay Wall, I musky salmon, all inclusive private waterfront accommodations with world class food and service from a professional chef. Green Bay Outfitters also has corporate and day trip packages. So when the word gets out, you'll be too late. If you don't book now. Green Bay outfitters dot com at Wintrust commercial banking at town bank. Your banker knows you in, You know them. You call a direct line. You asked for us by name. You know, we'll pick up..

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COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs

Native America Calling

02:33 min | 2 years ago

COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. The pandemic has highlighted. Water and sanitation needs in alaska. Native communities where lack of infrastructure has already had significant health impacts according to a health official alaska. Native tribal health consortium interim president. Valerie davidson testified. Virtually this week before. The senate committee on indian affairs on water infrastructure needs davidson says. Many families in rural communities do not have running water to help prevent the spread of covid nineteen constant hand washing and cleaning davidson says more than forty percent of alaska native homes lack running water. Many communities typically have a washer area building. It's one building that combines water-treatment laundromat twelve and showers at the entire community uses and what that means from a practical perspective is that Those communities hall their water from the washington area in a five gallon clean bucket and we hall are raw sewage from our home in a different five gallon bucket and unfortunately Our communities continued to be unserved simply because of the high construction costs among recommendations davidson. Says they desperately need at least one billion dollars for sanitation construction in future legislation and resources to preserve what infrastructure is already in place. Wisconsin governor. Tony evers has signed off on the ho chunk. Nations plans to build a casino just north of the illinois border danielle creating reports. Federal law gives governors the power to block or approve off reservation casinos. The tribes plans include one of the largest casinos in the state. Along with the convention center indoor waterpark and a three hundred room hotel. The complex is expected to create more than fifteen hundred permanent jobs and more than two thousand construction jobs. Ho chunk nation public relations officer ryan green. Dear says jobs are central focus as many tribal communities. Shut down their casinos for months last year due to cove in nineteen. This is gonna be the cornerstone of the economic recovery from the pandemic. the complex will be built in the city of beloit beloit city council president. Regina dunkin says the project has been a longtime coming and is a game changer. Fully in terms of jobs created shared revenues and increased arisen. The project now faces final approval from the department of interior once approved wisconsin's governor and the whole chunk nation would amend the tribes gaming compact to include revenues from the new casino. I'm daniel catering

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"beloit" Discussed on Serifacast

Serifacast

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on Serifacast

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Christian Minister vs. David C. Smalley

Dogma Debate

07:31 min | 2 years ago

Christian Minister vs. David C. Smalley

"Join me in welcoming who you may know as Cathy Taylor is dead but I promise you he has his own name welcome Dave fogged rude to the show Dave. How are you? Hey. Can you hear me? Okay I can hear you just fine you sound great. Good. Thank you for that introduction brother. Hey, how you doing man? You you know the way I. Look at it every day as a gift David and I'm doing good. I mean I've been through a few things Virus going and everything but I'm doing good good. So you're feeling good you kicked it and you'll set. Yup. Yup Our all set. The symptoms ended up to last for a while but. I seem to be back to normal. Really we I got my wife and I back the end of May May like Memorial Day weekend thing. Yep. While did it require hospitalization or did you guys just stay at home or? Well actually it did require hospitalization. My wife got so sick I didn't think I was out sick I had already been sick and really hurting my muscles and everything but she got so bad that she said, I think I better go to the Er and when I got her there, her oxygen level was down to fifty five. And I didn't know. They don't hustle that I. Know It. That's really low. So she was on that we went in and within the hour they took her by ambulance up to Madison and put an ICU for a week and then she spent the next week in a normal room. Through, this treatment stuff you know. Had to be rough when he goes. Here. I am sitting in the car I didn't realize that she was going to be going to Madison from Beloit and. I thought well I'll go why am I sitting here on my so go myself checked I get to the door and they found my temperature was one hundred and three soul I've never had that happened before. So, anyway, I spent most of the night in Er and started got doctored up and went home and took care of my dog and a few days later, I went in for a week Yep Yep. I'm so thankful the multi goes pulled through. That's really cool. It's yeah I'm glad you. Say This my wife's auctioned level was so low that they wanted to intubate her with that Whatever you call. I forget what you call the intimate you but she refuses she's a nurse and she said no way I'm not going to have that to don my lungs and they said, well, we'll have to do something else and sure enough they were able to put on a high oxygen high volume oxygen mask and. It helped her she pulled through. So is that the thing that they later found out is actually kind of bad for covert patients whenever they recycle that that air. Yet why it could be I. Do know this that her concern was if she's really got called it and you stick that thing down your throat and then into your lung, they're going to push that stuff more into your lungs and She's pretty smart nurse you know. Goodman. I'm glad you guys made it through really am that's fantastic. So I guess the big question that that that my listeners have that I have for you right off the bat is. How in the world did such a wonderful guy? Raise such a potty mouth because Kathleen Taylor let me tell you I mean beep beep right I know I. Love my daughter with all my heart. I don't appreciate her body I. Don't see the need for it but You know she's kind of adopted that as part of her vocabulary. Yes. We love it man to be honest with you over here. It's like to be real. Don't get me wrong. I get it I get it. She's she's so unique in more than anything. I'll say all religious beliefs aside I mean it. You know if more humans just in general had the love and care in their heart that Kathy does. There would be no need for this show. I, mean her just the way she treats people in loves people is just inspiring everybody atheist Christian whatever. So you did something right and she's doing good for the world even if you disagree with her sometimes you know. Oh we only disagree on certain items, but I love her with all my heart and I would give my life for her she's amazing she's gifted and She's full of love and compassion, and what more can you ask for you know? All right. So Chris, she's a Christian. Okay. I'll take your word for. That one. So so let's so let's dive into that. So what what branch of Christianity what what flavor are usually like to say were you raised in were what was your of your faith as a child? Well. I feel really blessed because I was raised in a loving family and I was raised in a more of an evangelical type of environment grew up in even jellicoe free. Church which is a very. It's not it's not. It's not extreme liberalism. It's not like legalisms legalistic. It's It's a well balanced church, but it doesn't compromise the scriptures and It's a good sound upbringing I had and my mom and dad. Demonstrated love and. You know and I think they they had been through things I didn't realize like my mom had at least one. WHO's Gon? WHO's now gone but who was an alcoholic for six months out of the year and the other six months? He was up preaching you know. So I mean, all I'm saying is I think they learned to look beyond somebody's faults and see their needs, and that's what I like to do. Do you think that's what Jesus would do you think do you think religion is -quired required for that? I think that there's a lot of good people in the world who do not claim to be a Christian or do not do not claim to believe in Jesus. Good people but. So there's people that have compassion and love and. And even even though they don't claim to be religious per se. So I mean apparently you can be a good but. I I always reflect on the importance of. Faith and because the Bible says that you know we're not saved. By being good but by the grace through by God's grace through faith. Well. What I'm getting at is You know. If if people can be good without religion. And people can be good with religion. It seems like people can just be good with their without religion. So then I ask what's the point in religion if we can do well without it? Yeah, well, you call it religion and I'm not. I mean religion is. Man responsible trying to reach God but I'm more into the relationship thing where Scott reaching down to man. I believe that will we're all centers even good. People are centers you know okay.

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Catalyst Apps on the Mac, with John Voorhees

Mac Power Users

05:23 min | 3 years ago

Catalyst Apps on the Mac, with John Voorhees

"Welcome to another episode of the Mac power users. I'm David sparks joined by my fellow Co host. Mr Stephen Hackett. How're you doing today's Stephen? I'm David how are you good. I'm doing great We're talking today about Catalina. And specifically capitalist APPs so we thought we'd have the Internet's favorite catalyst expert on the show John for he's welcome to the show. Thank you very much for having me guys. I guess I'm the favourite and maybe the the only I don't know I appreciate introduction. It's great to be here while you really took the beloit horns Mac stories when apple released east this this concept of Hey. Let's get IPAD APPS over on the MAC and and honestly. I was more optimistic about it when it started than we've had up until now we're GonNa talk about that during the show but there has been a steady diet of new APPs coming out that are built around catalyst since you've spent so much time covering it. I really appreciate you come on the show and sharing some of your wisdom assure thing before we get started go ahead and sign up for that. NPR newsletter. If you haven't already will put a Lincoln this show nuts. Lots of people are liking that. Get all the links from the episode and the information on the episode comes out the same daisy episodes Kinda Nice. Have that in your inbox John. I mentioned briefly. You're working over Max stories but you do you do a lot of things or stories a yeah. I've got a few different roles over there. I mean obviously I'm writing day in and day out with Federico and Ryan I also do a podcast with Federico called APP stories. So one of the things we've done a couple of times now is talk about catalysts lists catalyst APPs on that show And you know we we run club back stories. Which is our membership program as a subscription service service for people who aren't even more of the stuff we do so yep I keep myself busy with all those things John also is a rescue person so so when we were all at maxine together this summer and my flight on the way home got cancelled after it got delayed delayed delayed delayed and so I had to call John like hey? I don't have any clothes or anything. Saw The suitcases gone but I'm still in Chicago. Can I stay with you a night. And you're very gracious assist host me For extra night in your home and so you know. I'm not saying that anyone who get stuck in Chicago. You would rescue but rescued me in a lot. Well it was. It was a lot of fun and you know it's a little bit our houses kind of a relay. FM Halfway House in that sentence you get stuck in Chicago. You know you don't know where to go you're on the the street you can. You can stop by my house. That's that's fair. Well that's that's good. No Chicago a lot so I'll definitely show up up one day with my luggage. Sounds good. Maybe you'll be next David. But you know we talked about catalyst when we did the Catalina show and first of all why on earth did they name a catalyst the same year they're releasing an operating system called Catalina. Why did they do that to us? Guys it's really hard. I know that when I wrote my Catalina Review on Max Stories I wrote catalyst and Catalina interchangeably so many times and I was sure there was going to be a mistake in the final draft but Yes it's very hard to keep the two straight apple did They've sort of shifted their language. They call it Mac catalyst now. I wonder if it's because of this confusion by. Yeah I could definitely see that being the case because it is a little hard to keep them straighten your head. But Catalina Z.. Operating system and catalyst is the technology I guess and and what does the technology do for the folks that that aren't up on this. Yeah so you know Mac. APPS are built with something called APP kit which is a set of frameworks for building Mac APPs and when IOS debuted eleven years ago now it was based at its core on Os is ten now Mac os and but but over the year. The years those things grew apart. And you know I o s is you I kit and and that's how you build those apps and so what catalyst is designed to do it's to bring these two things back together to some degree so you can take you. I Kit APPs that are built on the IPAD and bring them over the Mac so that its simplest top level viewpoint. That's exactly what it is. You have an IPAD APP. You can bring it over into the MAC now you know. It was interesting when this was debuted at W. C. in June. If you just sat to the keynote you might be under the impression and that all you had to do is check a box. Yeah and you know you check a box and you've got backup. It's really not that simple and guests to apple's credit in the in the developer keynotes later in the sessions it was explained that yeah it'll run but it's not necessarily GonNa look like the best Mac Mac APP effort. You've got to actually do some things to make it more desktop compatible. So you know. That's that's one of the things that I think may have come as is a bit of a surprise over the summer to a lot of people is that it's not. This is not just an IPAD APP. Dropped on your Mac. You can do that. And there were some APPS at launch that were a little like that but to really have a good APP on the Mac. That's coming over from the IPAD. You have to do a lot more work

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Danica Patrick on Creating Goals That Last

Skimm'd from The Couch

06:06 min | 3 years ago

Danica Patrick on Creating Goals That Last

"Patrick is one of the most recognizable professional female athletes in the world. She succeeded in the male dominated. Industry of professional motor. Sports broke the record for the most top ten finishes of any female in the NASCAR. Actually she almost has too many first female to titles to count. She's been named Time's one hundred. Most influential people list appeared in fourteen Super Bowl ads and grace the cover of sports illustrated. She may have retired from racing. But it's far from slowing down. Danika is also a winemaker clothing designer author and most recently a podcast host. We are so excited to have you Danika. Welcome to the couch. Thanks I'm on a chair. Technically you're we are on the couch. You're on the chair to the chair. Dang it okay edit it is take that as a lawyer would say so they ride it for us to talk to you one of the most celebrated drivers of all time because you were talking to people that are the worst drivers of all time so it just feels like this is a big moment for us. Yeah do you guys have cars. No I had to get better at driving licences which is scary that we were given honestly. I remember when I got my license. I got my license. The day I turned sixteen. You can take classes in school drivers identifiable or or drive right as I believe it was called when I was growing up which is out of school so that you can time it right to get it on your birthday as opposed to waiting till the end of the semester stor anyway so I get my license and I think that I scared my driving instructor because I usually didn't slow down until the car in front mm-hmm backed up as in like I saw tail lights but until they are actually closing the distance between my front bumper and his rear bumper. I didn't break and I freaked him out. Okay I want to get into your background. Just Skim your resume for us. I grew up in Northern Illinois. I was actually born in Wisconsin. Born in beloit late Wisconsin grew up in south boy and I started racing. Go karts when I was ten. My Mom and dad met on a blind date at a race. Some like my mom has been going to the racetrack and my dad has been racing racing since he was a kid. I came along not far after My parents Probably I think they got married in nineteen eighty. There were twenty one. I came along about twenty two years old old and then I started racing at ten and at sixteen I moved to England lived there for three years racing. I left highschool my junior year and got my ged. My good enough diploma And at that point in time thought man I better make this racing thing work and came back to the states. Didn't have a job for a couple of years. But then got taken in by Bobby Ray Hall Hall. Who is a guy who used to race indy cars and had an Indycar team and he started a lower level team for me and that went well and then two years of that and I was racing? Indy cars ours and then I did any cars for seven years and then I RACE NASCAR. For about seven years. There was a little overlap in them but I did each of them for about that long and retired tired in two thousand eighteen super easy. So that's great. I WanNa talk about all this. I have so many questions for you before we kind of dive into how a passion and a hobby became not only your career but really a historic moment for female athletes. What is not on in your wicked pedia or website that we should know about you? I don't know what's on my wikipedia at one point in time on my wikipedia. I went to college. So that's sure as Hell L. Notch as I only have. Ged Did you ever think about going to college. Now Well when I was a kid when I was ten when I started racing I thought I would go to college for engineering so I could learn how to work on my car Because I want to be a race car driver but that was ten and then probably by eleven. I stopped thinking about that. You you had other things now. What do you consider your driving force Pun intended my dreams? I'm just kind of a dreamer so I like to do things. At their furthest extent goals that go beyond something. I think it's important to have goals that. Go beyond the obvious What's the pride of the simplest example is my winery so I make a wine? The name of the wine is SOM- NEOM which mainstream in Latin and if my goal Oh was to make money which I haven't done yet and it's been ten years I would have sold it a long time ago right because that's dumb business but my the goal is not to make money. I believe it will when I- -CCOMPLISH my other goal which is to help people come together from wine To to share and put their phones away and connect like we just don't do so well anymore To go to the valley and Experience Napa Valley and experience since how wonderful it is to just be nature and understand the farming and understand the details of everything the romance of popping the Cork like just the whole thing so so I want to share. That experience helped people. Just feel that. And that's what made me fall in love with it and why I wanted to winery. So that's really my ultimate goal. If it my goal was to make money I would have sold it right so you know. Just have a goal that goes beyond. Let's say another example be fitness if my goal was to lose weight well. What do you do once you've done that? My goal is is to challenge my mind so it keeps me going back into the gym to make up new workout. See what else I can do. See how far or I can push myself Create new challenges new goals like I love the mental challenge of it but if my goal was to be fit well I'm fit now what you're done done. It's like weight. Loss with eating. My goal is to feel good so if my goal is just to lose weight through eating and I do that. Then what you'll never not wanna feel-good I'd eat to feel good. That never ends so. It's about creating a goal that goes beyond something either obvious or more

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Positioning a New Tailwind CSS Product

Full Stack Radio

12:28 min | 3 years ago

Positioning a New Tailwind CSS Product

"I am joined by my friend inlands and how's it going in. Are you doing good so the reason I have you on the show today. you know you've been on the show before Kinda Hannah. I'd like to bring you on the show anytime I wanna get like I think of you as kind of like my software. Business uncle gets talking once in a while. The has all this wisdom awesome awesome. Chavis have diamond. I'm trying to figure something out and just get some get some perspective for someone who's been the game for awhile crazies offer uncle so yes so kind of what I wanted to chat with you. Today is me and Steve Showgirl who worked on at factoring. Ui with are working on this new product that we're still trying to figure out exactly exactly what it's going to be but like there's some things that were just struggling to to feel like we've made a confident decision on. I thought it'd be cool to get your input on that. So what we're trying to make is obviously. Steve Work on talents the SS furred punches reasons and people use it and it's cool or whatever but because it's like a utility framework the sort of a hole where a lot of people who try to use it Kinda get stuck because they just don't even though that like the workflow. They just don't know like what to do with it. I mean it's like this draft okay. I I WANNA make a list group. I WANNA make enough bar. It's like all right there but yea with tell when you're sorta like left your own devices so what we thought would be kind of an interesting way to try and like make the whole thing sustainable so we can actually you build a business around this tool while keeping it open source and continuing to build free stuff and everything is to kind of enter the sort of like you. I kid or themes uh-huh space kind of like bootstrap has their official theme store. We're trying to figure out like what does it look like to make a product like that for Tell when users search for aspiring toe and users even and even not positioning is kind of hard to figure out so kind of explain where we're we're thinking kind of a going and then I'm curious to get your take on idea in general and then also. I have some specific stuff that I think would be interesting to get into. Let's do so we're thinking is basically kind of like A. I guess like a Web portal. You know if you WANNA use nineteen ninety any seven lingo some sort of like logging area where like Steve of just built out tons and tons of different components and they're kind of right now. We're thinking kind of bigger components then. Maybe you might see with like traditional. CSS Framework the stuff. That's a little the more complex entire pricing section of a landing page or something with like three cards and sort of some interesting layout with like the featureless and and all that stuff and the idea would be that all the stuff would just be delivered straight up. HTML since talent is all utility classes. It's kind of Nice that you can actually just like save tears. HTML of the classes are embedded right into it. You can just copy and paste. It and you have something to start from. so we're thinking yeah. It's like some logging area. People can kinda browse all these different categories of stuff copy and paste into their projects and from a design perspective. Originally we are trying to figure out like should should it be should we try and make it like intentionally very varied and like terms how it looks like some things are like superfly. Ui with crazy colors and some things are maybe like more traditional or something's more enterprise or whatever I think we're thinking kind of make things a little bit more like consistency Stinson a little bit easier to sort of pick and choose different things knowing that like they're gonna fit together like fairly nicely but ends up making the whole thing kind of feel like kind of like one theme but not really at the same time because you still have a lot of choice and like you know okay well. I want a four card pricing greater. I WANNA PRICING TAE. They were want like a pricing thing with a variable pricing slider or like enter a bunch of inputs and you know what I mean. So there's all sorts of different ways. You could do it and the nice thing. We're hoping anyways utility approaches that since you just copying each imo he should feel pretty safe just like changing what you want to change right like oh it kind of want like to add like a second button here. We'll just copy paste the button that's already there. I WANNA use a little bit less padding here. Just change a p six to a p four. You know to go whereas I feel like if you if you look at a lot of the other tools on the market for this sort of thing you get this giant zip file. That's like the mystery box. You don't even know it's going to be in and they're gonNA come with like. Is it like a bunch of SAS files. Is it stylus files. Is it just pods the assess do they have like their own gulp scripts. It's all like just just like is asked to rate so I'm kind of hoping that like one of the value propositions here is like you sort of know what you're getting because like it's tell when stuff it's just. HTML it's all using the default tailwind classes not like anything fancier accustomed so it's very transparent and you get what you get and you kind of know what to expect so. I guess just like even based on that description like how does that a hate you well. I mean it's it's sort of interesting because it's different a little bit different than what we talked about this when you were. I thought of it so I guess there's the two sides us right. What you've described is like website template. You're building a website and it's GonNa pricing page has got like a tour tour and whatever you need lay out and whatever design and well I kinda visit as was more apt components so that's going to be there too but give me your like what is Ian. landsman is like definition of an APP component again so that's just like the you know apt APP. Dot. You know help spot dot Colorado. You know you're like the actual like you I for a B. Two B. APP. Let's say or consumer APP at the APP itself lists and table views and form control walls all that stuff so to me those are pretty different things kind of I understand them being together also in tailwind type scenario but I do think they're pretty different like I think the APP controls all seem like super clear and clean to me and like a lot of people have that need developers are like I don't WanNa build any of this stuff. It's it's terrible to build at all or you're trying to take some boots jobs saying but the really basic thing bootstrapped gives you doesn't like give you really what you need and so you need to like mess with all that and from your end it's cleaner just seems like a light version and dark version. Maybe a little build builder. You is that lets you like mess with colors or something and like it's a different variations or whatever but the front of the website doc it's all crazy over there people are going to be like we need like two hundred themes to choose from because. I don't want to have the same theme as some other people and beloit get a a lot stuff and people wanna big hero and a small hero and no hero and long form in this you know there's like all the different million variations and you have some designers involved or they're gonNa uh we want it to look like this look. Can we make this thing you got from them. Do this thing like don't like to kind of pretty different things. Some of the controls could cut across both ways and things things but I was the first thing that just kind of struck me as if you're sure you want to be in that side like the theme forest and the world like do you want to compete with theme forest in General Yeah Yeah yes. That one's kind of yeah. It's interesting that you think of it as being separate. I guess I don't think of it as being a separate as you do but maybe that's just because like I've actually been trying to hack stuff together and economy feels like more unified but I can see why you'd get that thought but yeah even with like like the marketing stuff I think the goal is to make things as sort of interchangeable as possible right so like imagine you're trying to build billick marketing say maybe we have fifteen different heroes to choose from but the idea is like all those heroes are all going to look good with all these feature section all these feature sections the again now to do that. We kind of have to make like some of course like baseline designed decisions right like do we are flat or do we go like with some shadows hazard to go square. Do we go rounded. You know the the sorts of like asked that decisions that you have to sort of carry through the whole thing for to not look like some like disaster asked here but what I was hoping and I don't know if this is going to be true and it'll be I'm curious to know it your perspective as like my hope visit people are going to feel comfortable taking a hero the has rounded buns and being comfortable getting rid of the round corners just like deleting that utility goal. We kind of want not to be square. Whatever but I also know that people are necessarily going to have the imagination necessary to even think to do that some of the time yeah well. I think that's what it was like. The semen woman in the market is so different when you're building the APP. It's like you know you have to construct all of this stuff like you're literally building everything when you're building up part of Saas Upright and and the the like marketing site part is like more variation in it because there are definitely people who just install wordpress and they wanNA download some. I'm crazy theme forest thing that's got five thousand files and seven Java script systems and just like this giant monstrosity with customers but let you do all kinds of stuff so the whole thing but obviously by the flip side. You're not in some ways. You're not really targeting not market very much at all because you're still going to be doing the people who are building the whole thing. I'm from scratch that way. It's kind of you know. I think you're pure target right. He's going to be the like somebody building. They're building the marking working page. They're building the APP belt holding a lot of times now. They're one APP these days. Some you know now usually but not you know more like a bigger business building. It would usually won't build it that way. he's like a different. CMS Say Austin differing in group that does it and it's totally unrelated to the APP stuff but that's a big concern for you necessarily and what you're doing. You know your audience really yeah yeah. I think that any sense I think like in our heads trying to figure out like is what we're providing a bunch of different like sorta like themes where like you can kind of make choices says that ended up with like totally different looking sites or do we want to pitch it more like this is like the first kind of theme you know what I mean and maybe it's an only ends up being like one you know of course we're just. GonNa Start with one and see what happens but thinking of it more like okay. Steve designed all this stuff. He designed it all consistent and so it's like sugar at scale you could buy about also like with a focus on hopefully hopefully trying to make it so that people feel comfortable making little tweaks here and there to like you know put their own spin on it like for example one of the decisions that we've made up to at this point which may or may not be a good decision. We've been designing everything using just like basically like black as sort of like the primary color so whereas something something like bootstrap like primary buns are blue links are blue and you know everything looks like a blue site where dislike associates like a dark gray. That's like really neutral but still like totally polished and let people like change that to green if they have green brand color changes to blue Febblue Branko or whatever so hopefully the people stuff still turn out different just because they're just GonNa you know in Jack their own little flavor things but again. I don't know for sure like if people are going to want to do that like it's hard to know like how off the shelf do people want things to be versus how much to they just want

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Marijuana, Illinois and Streep discussed on The Steve Cochran Show

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