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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:52 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Put in the fairbanks collection thing because we might not have enough riders to even pay for the fare boxes but the traits of the salaries of the guys driver thing and so on Now I'm going to transition return. why for all the talk of saving the world from socialists what you end up getting from them as always Trolleys. for thirteen news talk seven thirty w is time for revenue traffic ninety four westbound staring at heavy delays that run out of the marquette interchange out past miller park it's twenty five minutes down seven thousand today thirty six thousand and change nearly thirty seven that's a lot it seems like a lot of folks got a jump on the the end of the game real it because it was a short game it was thirty two and close at the ad but watching a lot of empty seats weird like yeah right down close like a lot of empty seats weird i just i i could always tell what the game's going to be from the parque life joe past at noon and grout afternoon weekday game though that's the one time you got a lot of tailgaters even among local people i mean us the tailgaters of the ones in the fire off lots because those are the people that don't have the season passes and so on but if you could if you could afford not to work out a thursday afternoon you're probably going to do the tailgating there's a lot of company outings that kind of thing my wife's already companies like say hours where they don't believe in making people work on after note unless you're like an on air personality the produces the programming that creates the revenue so that the other freeloaders can go take a day off like they're doing again tomorrow ninety four eastbound is slow from john Jon Wyatt, disassociating himself any smart Aleck comment that I'm making. it's i i actually i can't blame them because i have the kind of hours where i can do stuff like that well you can't the afternoon between three and six the mid day you gotta come back to work with you got the worst of all you're saying you got a soft thing yeah absolutely are you kidding have to be at work for eight straight hours i can screw out in the middle of the day but i mean it's you can't strip too much no although i sound like i can go out i can't go drinking yeah you can't go too far because here you are bag imagine if if we came out for the traffic and then you're not on there i mean imagine me carry it on forget that giant he thought even here yet kind of roddick if he was stuck in traffic well i do think there'd be traffic twenty minutes from road downtown forty-three south on your jammed from hampton to the marquette twenty three minutes brown deer to downtown could it paul northbound i forty one crash off to the right of north avenue delays coming out of the south on ninety four salad all the way from the zoo to the hail from the lynch g._m. superstore in burlington total traffic center.

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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Down there but as i say we get these eighty degree weather for some days that we should not be lying before we get with the lake back into the early sixties and so on and the wind does is bring the shoreline temperature down to about with the water temperature is well once the water temperature gets to be sixty three sixty four who cares if it cools down to that but when it's forty eight fifty two fifty three is it's bad had the situation that it's better in i get as i think i've mentioned a couple of times i get a lot of people who email me horse intellect fishing on the lake of the people email the everything and they all said the commercial boat operators are struggling this year people don't want to go out on the cold it's still relatively early we still have all of july and august left but it's been a slow start for almost all of that like yeah well you are right september is very nice time to go on the late because the water still even though the air temperatures cooling off the water now is still warmer so i'd rather go on the lake in september that jodi especially this year i mean you know right well it's probably warmed up a couple of degrees to gave it say friday of last week that lake temperature was no more than ten to twelve degrees warmer that it wasn't january the lakes thirty eight thirty nine along the shoreline and milwaukee january was forty eight or forty nine that's it you sing the titanic sunk in lake michigan or whatever the titanic sake was do you did you see that from the leonardo dicaprio movie or do you know this for a fact you look it up yeah we're you'll look this isn't like jon wyatt feeding you this seventy so when four o'clock news talk i let's give something.

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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"You see a sixty five year old is wrong about everything. I mean, we have a right to have a harsh judgment of that person that a twenty five year old twenty filed they're thinking with their heart. They haven't experienced anything in life. What would they see? What would they know that's where the rest of us are supposed to be educating them in general people do get more conservative, as they get older? And some people say that, that's because they make more money, and they think more with their own self interest that might have something to do with it. More likely the more you see in life. The more you come to conclusions that are correct, which I think would lead people away from liberalism. All of which leads to the food trucks, who have to discuss it, but I, I actually want a credit for once the stupid politic thing that they have the newspaper because all the ever do is pick on Republicans say that we're all liars. They actually nailed a democrat, that means that had to be really, really agreed just to do so. But it's the example is, I think worth discussing how the democrat got it wrong, by the way, how many people could actually name every democrat running for president. Posted. Nobody could even. Well, that's the other thing how how far down into the fringe. I mean there are some that are truly fringe candidates. How far down is actually like a better Beato, or Beto, another one can't they make up their mind. You hear both and you hear from the media. I think Beato says, I bet. Oh, does it. He he says Beto. So let's should we just say battle. Alright. I'll switch the battle. He probably more people still call Beato better over arc. Does he count as a fringe candidate? Or is he still the thing is pulled numbers? Keep dropping and dropping dropping dropping. Well anyway, here's one that should be a big deal. She's a Senator from the state of New York. Here's the gillibrand is tried to get attention. And she went on one of those FOX interviews and. In trying to make the point that Donald Trump is behold into the NRA. And only talks a good game when it comes to gun safety. This is statement remember after the shooting in Las Vegas. President Trump said, yeah, yeah, we're going to ban the bump stocks Debbie banned the bump stocks. No. I have a job in which I'm supposed to know what's going on in the news. So I, of course knew that bump stocks are bad. Kirsten gillibrand is a United States. Senator should she have known that bump stocks are bad? Here's the reason. It's significant. She was making a point that they're not. When, in fact, they are it wasn't even a secret. What are bump, stocks bump, stocks are these gadgets that you can do to make a? Essentially, converted gun into something that it isn't. In other words. We have gun laws that can classify the power of a weapon. We have gun laws that can limit magazine capacity, and so on with the bump stocks did, and the bump stocks were sort of. The NRA never really had it's hard in prior to defend them with the bump stock did was essentially allow you to keep pulling the trigger on a semiautomatic weapon making it automatic. It's a lot of explaining here, especially for people. I don't know anything about guns, but a semiautomatic weapon and you hear this name all the time is merely one that you've got to pull the trigger each time. In other words, most handguns it'd be a semiautomatic weapon. Click click click each time I pulled the trigger a bullet is going to fire an automatic weapon means you pull it only the one time and it keeps firing Radha to that with the bump stock does essentially as keep the trigger mechanism displays so that it is firing constantly, so you don't have to go back and forth. It allows the weapon to be more high-powered than it would otherwise may since most jurisdictions ban automatic weapons, but not semiautomatic weapons. The bump stocks were away of getting around this, and after the Las Vegas thing in which the guy used bump stocks to get more firepower out of his weapons. President Trump said, we're going to ban them, which in fact happened Kirsten gillibrand two years later is doing an interview on FOX and saying, Trump just to say, say he said, we're going to do it, but he never did it. Did she know that they were banned in lie about it? I suspect not because she would certainly know that. That's an easy one to catch somewhat. The more important point here is here is a liberal, so trapped in your own liberalism, that, she just assumed that she was right about something, she just assumed that Donald Trump would not support any type of gun line on whether or not, we should have bad bump, stocks or not. It's not my point. You've got a democratic candidate for president who ripped Trump for something that was the exact opposite of what he actually did. Let's move to another story. And I am going to get to the food trucks. The reviews have mostly been raves for the new Elton John. We'll racket bed. I can't tell you, if it's any good because the movies still in theaters. And I pretty much don't go to movie theaters. If you've been to rocket, man. Paul's not been racket bed. There was an expectation that this is going to be one of the big hits of the summer because Elton John is an incredible style is such a body of hit said, just the soundtrack alone to the movie you'd think would be spectacular. And the ratings have rather, the reviews are mostly very, very good. Racket man's kind of a borderline. Bob. In its second week of release, the box office numbers went way down. In fact rocket man finished fifth over the weekend. The movies that are hits. They generally hold the high numbers for several weeks movies, always have their best week. The foot the week that it opens because people like to go to a movie when it first opens, another thing that I can't relate to, I would go to a movie the last day, it was in the theater, when I think that the fewest people are there. But like getting the iphone and waiting in line. But obviously we're Rog about that. More people go the first week and then fewer the second and the ones that are the real hits of the ones that actually build a little where word of mouth, that's not happening with rocket man, like bohemian rhapsody, which is the point that we're going to discuss here, interestingly enough. Well, you probably made a good point here. Jerry, you go for he me. Rhapsody is the story of Freddie Mercury the leader of Queen, highly the action movie, the cat only average ratings, but the box office numbers increase the more people saw the more they told their friends. Hey, this is a pretty good movie. And they went to see it. There's an interesting story out of all places Breitbart today. Analysing why bohemian rhapsody is good at turn out to have done way better at the box office rocket, man, we'll do given the fact that the critics are all saying racket bands, actually, the better movie, why would people were interested in seeing them? We'll be about Freddie Mercury of Queen than the Elton John movie Paul said, Freddie's dead. Well. Well, it's actually a line to that ready. Paul thinks that, that's the reason that's one of the theories that's out there because Freddie Mercury is dead. On the other hand, you're talking about two bands both of which had mega hits. But almost nobody said bigger hits than did Elton John in terms of the stories of their lives, almost identical both guys both unapologetically and rather flamboyantly gay, which is a huge part of their lifestyles, and their personas. They're both flashy. Flamboyant, colorful characters who made their homosexuality almost the Brad and both movies featured their gain is integral part of the story, the case of the Freddie Mercury movie bohemian, rhapsody. You know he died I think he, he died of aids. Didn't he? So I mean, his lifestyle was largely responsible for his death Elton John is still with us. So why did the bohemian rhapsody will be Biden's audience while the rocket man movie isn't the theory? That's being thrown out. Is that bohemian rhapsody? Mostly was a story about the successes and skyrocketing career. Freddie mercury. Whereas the downside was only a portion of the movie whereas the Elton John booby. The lifestyle choices, and so on a bigger part of the story, the point that's being made here in this analysis on Breitbart is middle America is willing to watch movie about a flamboyantly day entertainer, but they don't want that to be the whole point of the movie, they'd still rather see the success, they'd rather see the star is born type story, then see a guy, troll it around, and look at a hit on a bunch of other men, even if that second, we'll be is better. I still haven't seen either movie but that's the theory that's out there. Now, did you see bohemian rhapsody? I'd be very interested if you find rocket man to be a better movie or not. But what should I order you to go to it? Paul said he wants to. Oh, Jon, Wyatt, Saad Brigham. And right now in fact, book, go to the traffic that I'll do my thing after that. Don't get play play the traffic things. It's time for revenue traffic. That might be.

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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:52 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I'd say be happy we were promoting. Well, we're radio station. Right. Have you ever heard what of these promos promoting anything that happens on the radio station? I, I don't think I've heard one promoting Jay Weber show ever. Let's tell anybody, listen anybody who's on. I'm assuming J show that promote me if money Vicki saying, listen to Russia. Are we saying, you know, we do do the things in the station ID? They sneak them into that. That's it. The brewers game ended a few minutes ago. So surprised I would I would have thought there'd be forty thousand people that because like schools, not really. I don't know if that's weird school. I think some schools are open others are not my right about this. Pulse at most they're done. I don't even know anymore, but I was a kid. I mean Memorial Day is what it sort of ended? Now they like they go until June twenty-ninth and they start up on August. I that's because they've got all these days off in the middle of everything. Anyway, I would've thought it'd be like, you know these weekday afternoon game. So let's just start getting into into summer. Ed. Kind of a beautiful day, probably mid to upper sixties roofers open at Miller park, the bureau did win five to one this afternoon that I said this to somebody a couple of days ago in the kind of looked at me and say, I guess, you sort of right? But hadn't occurred to them. There's a chance. Mike Asakusa is going to win the home run title in the National League Christian yelich had that spectacular April, and may to get off to this. Big jump at stock is just keeps hitting home runs Mike hit two more today. Yelich also homerun. They may end up one to bellinger's still hitting them in what's Bellenger up to twenty or twenty one anyway. Yellow chits twenty-third and moussaka citiz- seventeenth eighteenth and the weirdest. The weirdest brewers. I say weird I just like hardest guy to figure out. I think it gets, Freddie, now, I know there's nothing weird about our, our C is our is a flamboyant and brilliant player who will occasionally drive you crazy. Freddie Peralta is impossible to fit. He is either terrible or lights out. Flights out today. He went six innings gave up only four hits one run. The brewers did win five one averting. A sweep by the, by the Marlins the Jon Wyatt said nothing to worry about it's the Marlins with John did not know because he doesn't pay close attention, as I do is. In baseball. I don't care how bad yard. I say this all the time every team gets too hot streaks year. Then how bad you know if you're a really good team, you're hot streak spectacular eighteen hundred twenty but if you're really bad, you'll put together something and you'll do it twice. And then you go back and lose nine million games in a row. The Marlins had won five of seven when they came into Milwaukee, they just for hot at the time end, it was seven of nine going into today. And then FREDDY came in and. Shut him down in stock is at his home runs yellow should another one yell. It was three for four these only hitting three twenty or what's, what's he? Let's, let's Christianity. He's up to three twenty eight. This is his twenty third Homer and. Fifty two RB's. He's got twenty three homers fifty one is sitting three twenty eight and it's, it's, it's only day. I know. That's like all those the bridge to be outstanding at the all star break. And we're a month away from where month away from that at a semi sports note. I do have my picks for the Belmont Stakes up on Belen dot com. Right now. It's my always my favorite of the three races, because I've done very well at it over the years, the last big score was what we had fifteen to one creator in twenty-six. I mentioned of the program yesterday that the reason the picks weren't up. Yes, it is I was wrestling with two horses. I ended up picking one of them to win the race. And I put the other one, I believe I have a fourth in there, but he could win. Also, they're both longshots and the theme of the longshot, there's reasons though on shots. So if there are reasons that I like, but doesn't negate the fact that there are other reasons why most people would not. And I was just toward out of I ended up picking a horse. They've spin off to win the race Tacitus second. The other horse that I was conflicted with. So I threw him into the mix by putting ATM either fourth or fifth on. There is a horse named, Sir Winston and I tried to construct the wagers. I offer up some bets in sometimes it's too much money for people, which is why they adjust according to your budget in a way that if Sir Winston wins I could still make something by including him with other horses. But you can't like us every horse, you end up the cost your bet would be more than you would cash, if the ticket comes inside actually worked very hard at this race because I think that this one is hit. And that's what I come up with. So I've got that up for you on Belen dot com. I did have a horse racing at that very track this afternoon. Belmont Park in the first race of the day, the very, very, very long race a mile and three eighths. The Belmont Stakes itself as a mile and a half a mile and three eighths on the grass Paulette's. The stupid question, should I tell what your question is he asked are all the races there on the grass? Well, most most tracks have grass course, editor course Belmont, Park is the biggest track in America. It's a mile and a half long to begin with. It's so big they have two turf courses inside the dirt course. That's just how big it is. And just a long line track. Now that doesn't mean the races have to be logged because you racist at a racetrack just dependent on where you put the starting gate. You put the starting into the finish line at the same place all the time. But the starting gate is what you move around, but it's a big big big track, and it's a hard track for. Jockey's weren't familiar with it to ride on because so much of the track is turns the stretches actually, not even that long. You're just turning forever, because it's, it's all the dirt tracks almost a circle. It's that kind of wide looping thing, which is how they're able to get two courses inside of it. Anyway, the race that we were involved in his horses that have only won one time, but Belmont, purses are very, very big right now ninety two thousand dollars for this race. We're gonna gets only four other horses. It was mile and three on the turf this horse that we like he's four years old. But still lately, raised them pillar mount and he's run four times does have one win. His win was overseas in Ireland two years ago. He got up and he was very, very exciting. He he's pinned on the rail and usually that's not where you want to be. Because if there's a battle in the stretch the outside horse almost always beats the insiders sources don't like running inside of other horses. They just don't they don't like the fact that there's a rail on one side, and a horse on the other shirts part of their instinct, it's probably the case. Oh with people, too. I'm guessing if you had a human track race, if two people were coming down. I would bet the outside runner wins, more often wouldn't you think? Maybe the more room to operate in automobile racing. It certainly seems to be that, you know, part of that is you can go a little bit faster on the turn when you're wide. Anyway, he fought back in the rail and just got his beak out there in time, they ran a mile and three eighths eighty one by two inches. Well, there's a photo finish it wasn't photo-finish and the photo. I looked at its two inches. No, they look at them. Yeah. They look at the photo finish. And we actually got the worst of the head Bob, but it was about two inches, little bop. The official margin in the chart is a head, which is just crap. It wasn't even knows. It's two inches. That was very very close. But that was fun. It's a nice little purse that we want. Anyway, my picks for the race on Saturday are up on Belling dot com. I mentioned that horse that I'm a little conflicted on that. I'm not picking to win, but I wanted to throw in you wanna make you know how I can make matters worse than this. You know what his name is? It's sir. Winston is d day we I well, remember the horse that was favored in the Kentucky Derby, before he got hurt was almo hav beach, even mentioned, if that horse wins the derby, and the Preakness, he's going to go to the Belmont, Stakes his name's Omaha beach and days, two days before the bell, of course, Omaha beach. Got hurt and he's not going to be running again for a couple more months. But all these names that come up associated with d day there's a lot of them though. I mean there's, there's a horse a few years ago named Maha that was one of the landing sites is a zillion gateway names that have been used that horses forever. Because the kind of people that own horses are generally, old fart said get a lot of them served in the war at memorializing those events, and so on. It's an important thing to do. And it's right that we do it, and we're going to be doing it in the next hour program. Now, all of that being said, gotta give you the word for the. Iheartradio music festival. 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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

08:35 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Ever. Let's tell anybody listen anybody is on. I'm assuming a J show that promote me if money Vicki repair saying. Listen to rush. Are we saying, you know, we do the things in the station ID? They sneak them into that. That's it. The brewers game ended a few minutes ago. So surprised I would I would have thought there'd be forty thousand people that because like schools, not really. I don't know if that's weird school. I think some schools are open others are not my right about this Paul said most they're done. I don't even know anymore, but I was a kid. I mean Memorial Day is what it sort of ended? Now they like they go until June twenty-ninth they start up on August. I that's because they've got all these days off in the middle of everything. Anyway, I would've thought it'd be like, you know these weekday afternoon game. So let's just start getting into into summer. Ed. Kind of beautiful day, probably mid to upper sixties roofers open at Miller park. The viewers did win five to one this afternoon that I said this to somebody a couple of days ago in the kind of looked at me and say, I guess, you sort of right? But hadn't occurred to them. There's a chance. Mike Asakusa is going to win the home run title in the National League Christian yelich had that spectacular April, and may to get off to this. Big jump at stock is just keeps hitting home runs Mike hit two more today. Yelich also homerun. They may end up one to bellinger's still hitting them in what's Bellenger up to about twenty or twenty one anyway. Yellow Chit is twenty third and moussaka citiz- seventeenth eighteenth and the weirdest. Think the weirdest brewers. I say weird I just like hardest guy to figure out. I think it gets, Freddie, now, I know there's nothing weird about our, our C is our is a flamboyant and brilliant player who will occasionally drive you crazy. Freddie Peralta is impossible to fit. He is either terrible or lights out. Flights out today. He went six innings gave up only four hits one run. The brewers did win five one averting. A sweep by the, by the Marlins the Jon Wyatt said nothing to worry about it's the Marlins with John did not know because he doesn't pay close attention, as I do is. In baseball. I don't care how bad yard. I say this all the time every team gets too hot streaks year. Then how bad you know if you're a really good team, you're hot streak spectacular eighteen hundred twenty but if you're really bad, you'll put together something and you'll do it twice. And then you go back and lose nine million games in a row. The Marlins had won five of seven when they came into Milwaukee, they just for hot at the time end, it was seven of nine going into today. And then FREDDY came in and. Shut him down in stock is at his home runs. Yellow should another one yell. It was three for four these only hitting three twenty or what's, what's he? Let's, let's Christianity. He's up to three twenty eight. This is his twenty third Homer and. Fifty two RB's. He's got twenty three homers fifty one RBI, sitting three twenty eight and it's, it's, it's only day. I know. That's like all those the bridge to be outstanding at the all star break. And we're a month away from where month away from that at a semi sports note. I do have my pick for the Belmont Stakes up on Belen dot com. Right now. It's my always my favorite of the three races, because I've done very well at it over the years, the last big score was when we had fifteen to one creator in twenty-six. I mentioned of the program yesterday that the reason the picks were up yesterday is I was wrestling with two horses. I ended up picking one of them to win the race. And I put the other one, I believe I have a fourth in there, but he could win. Also, they're both longshots and the theme of the longshot, there's reasons though on shots. So if there are reasons that I like, but doesn't negate the fact that there are other reasons why most people would not. And I was just toward out of I ended up picking a horse named spin off to win the race Tacitus second. The other horse that I was conflicted with. So I threw him into the mix by putting ATM either fourth or fifth on. There is a horse named, Sir Winston and I tried to construct the wagers. I offer up some bets in sometimes it's too much money for people, which is why they adjust according to your budget in a way that if Sir Winston wins I could still make something by including him with other horses. But you can't like us every horse, you end up the cost your bet would be more than you would cash, if the ticket comes inside actually worked very hard at this race because I think that this one is of. And that's what I come up with. So I've got that for you on Belling dot com. I did have a horse racing at that very track this afternoon. Belmont Park in the first race of the day, the very, very, very long race a mile and three eighths. The Belmont Stakes itself as a mile and a half a mile and three eighths on the grass Paulette's. The stupid question, should I tell what your question is he asked are all the races there on the grass? Well, most most tracks have grass course, editor course Belmont, Park is the biggest track in America. It's a mile and a half long to begin with. It's so big they have two turf courses inside the dirt course. That's just how big it is. And just a long line track. Now that doesn't mean the races have to be logged because you racist at a racetrack just dependent on where you put the starting gate. You put the starting into the finish line at the same place all the time. But the starting gate is what you move around, but it's a big big big track, and it's a hard track for. Jockey's weren't familiar with it to ride on because so much of the track is turns the stretches actually, not even that long. You're just turning forever, because it's, it's all the dirt tracks almost a circle. It's that kind of wide looping thing, which is how they're able to get two courses inside of it. Anyway, the race that we were involved in his for horses that have only won one time, but Belmont, purses are very, very big right now ninety two thousand dollars for this race. We're gonna gets only four other horses. It was mile and three on the turf this horse that we like he's four years old. But still lately, raised them pillar mount and he's run four times does have one win. His win was overseas in Ireland two years ago. He got up and he was very, very exciting. He he's pinned on the rail and usually that's not where you want to be. Because if there's a battle in the stretch the outside horse almost always beats the insiders sources don't like running inside of other horses. They just don't they don't like the fact that there's a rail on one side, and a horse on the other shirts part of their instinct, it's probably the case. Oh with people, too. I'm guessing if you had a human track race, if two people were coming down. I would bet the outside runner wins, more often wouldn't you think? Maybe the more room to operate in automobile racing. It certainly seems to be that, you know, part of that is you can go a little bit faster on the turn when you're wide. Anyway, he fought back in the rail and just got his beak out there in time, they ran a mile and three eighths eighty one by two inches. Well, there's a photo finish it wasn't photo-finish and the photo. I looked at its two inches. No, they look at them. Yeah. They look at the photo finish. And we actually got the worst of the head Bob, but it was about two inches. Little Bob, the official margin in the chart is a head, which is just crap. It wasn't even knows. It's two inches. That was very very close. But that was fun. It's a nice little purse that we want. Anyway, my picks for the race on Saturday are up on Belling dot com. I mentioned that horse that I'm a little conflicted on that. I'm not picking to win, but I wanted to throw in you wanna make you know how I can make matters worse than this. You know what his name is? It's Sir Winston d day. I. Well, remember, the horse that was favored in the Kentucky Derby, before he got hurt was almo hav beach, even mentioned, if that horse wins the derby, and the Preakness, he's going to go to the Belmont, Stakes his name's Omaha beach and deed, days, two days before the bell, of course, Omaha beach got hurt and he's not going to be running again for a couple more months. But all these names that come up associated with d day there's a lot of though. I mean there's, there's a horse a few years ago named Maha that was one of the landing sites is a zillion gateway names that have been used that horses forever. Because the kind of people that own horses are generally, old fart said get a lot of them served in the war at memorializing those events, and so on. It's an important thing to do. And it's right that we do it. We're going to be doing it in the next hour program. Now, all of that being said, gotta give you the word for the..

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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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09:06 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I don't know if this is interesting what else, but this. Sure interesting to be. Now, this Great Lakes initiative that the announcing it fourteen million is not the largest Subba buddy. It does a dress, some of the issues that have been. Flo. Boxing, people we do have an issue with groundwater runoff. We do have an issue with containing farm runoff, However I have always argued that focusing excessively on runoff misses the point because for all the farm runoff that we have an industrial runoff that we have and development site runoff. That's just simply water running off of properties like that. It is a drop in the bucket in comparison to the dumping of raw sewage into the into the rivers and lakes. And of course, it's not just Milwaukee that doesn't many sewage systems, do not treat all of the sewage that they have, and they have to go. There's also the problem of the sewage pipes in Milwaukee being all screwed up. So that the rain water is the. The pipes stuff gets out of the pipes that it gets into the groundwater in therefore goes out on predated. All of these things are significant problems. And they are far bigger problem than the right off the reason that the media, and the reason that liberal politicians, keep focusing on the runoff rather than on the sewage problem is the sewage problem is caused by them. They don't want the city of Milwaukee to have to spend a fortune that spending on do-gooder programs to actually finally end its pollution. Furthermore, the reason that and I'm going to end the topic on this point. The reason we did the deep tunnel in the first place, rather than the separate, the Milwaukee sewers. It's a question that I get all the time. The sewage system is a regional system. MSG includes a number of municipalities, plus Bill walkie and there are communities that contract with them a messy. In other words, greenfield is part of MSG, but new Berlin contracts with a messy. So what does something it can charge the entire district? The deep tunnel was charged at the entire district. Individual sewers of the responsibility of each city. The deep tunnel was built by everybody, but fixing Milwaukee sewer, Milwaukee's responsibility. So Milwaukee was going to finally separate sewers Milwaukee would have done it. Do it on its own. They would much rather instead, do the deep tunnel, which they charge all the suburbanites and then tried to charge and then did charge them on the basis of property valuation, rather than sewer usage, because it was another attempt to get the suburbs to pay for Milwaukee. Stay in this case, something that may have had some value. I'm not gonna say that the deep tunnel doesn't have any value, but it doesn't solve the overriding problem, which is that there is no way you could ever build a tunnel. Big enough to handle any kind of significant rainstorm, which is why every time we have a significant rainstorm we'd have sewage into the lake. Way back when thanks to the cheerleading the media, who did not challenge any of this initially Meyer, and then Norquist contributed. This insane decision to make the suburbs pay a fortune in the name of clean water for something that didn't create cleaner water because we continue to have sewage dumping. They'll say, well, we have less thumping that we did before you want to eliminate all dumping separate, the sewers, because it would mean that all of the rain water goes straight into the lake in every part of the area. But the sewage water in Milwaukee go directly to the treatment plant, you wouldn't have to worry about the thing being overflowed, because you wouldn't be worried about where the rainwater is going, and that is the root of the problem. Rainwater is not supposed to be treated sewage water is, but Milwaukee, they're one of the same because we have not yet separated the sewers we're acting like this is seventeen forty seven. Now you could go way back and ask yourself. Why in the world did they ever design a sewer system where there was just one pipe to what the answer to that is mad at walk? Doesn't have just one. They have to. They have the sewage pipe. And they have the rain water pipe. Shocked and Wisconsin has to pipes. Why are we go was concentrates to pipes? Even lefty Madison has to pipes. Cedar. Berg has two types, the only place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin that has just the one pipe is downtown show is Shorewood in downtown Milwaukee. You know why that is somebody obviously had to make that decision? You know, who was all these other communities are all they got to anything Milwaukee only has one it's because Milwaukee was run by socialists. One more idiotic decision made by them this during the time in which we had socialist mayors running the walkie. All the socialists were in charge, and leg everything else, they were right? I try to explain that to AO c can you imagine me trying to explain sewers to her? This is the woman that doesn't understand the garbage disposal mansion, if I tried to explain to her, that, do you think that she knows anything about if I explained that there was a separate pipe for sewage at a separate piper, rainwater while you would take me to have to cover that with her? It wouldn't it, wouldn't it literally would not go through it would not penetrate. It's not exactly complicated. Either. I'm exhausted. This is your fault. Get together. I didn't think you would I thought he'd screw that up. See this is the rule for my program if something goes, well, it's because if something screws up, it's because of Paul you ought to embrace that. That's just the way it is. People's well you're so mean to Paul. You wanna hear being with sit back to some of those shows that Dodd I used to do in his heyday. I mean he was firing. He's just brutal with staff who is that guy that sports that he kept calling a fat slob? He kept firing him called him a fat slob. And ridiculed the way to the sports, the guy kept showed up for work everyday. What was? I'll come on. Did you ever listen? I am. Well, it was on TV forever to an MSNBC. Yeah. The sports guy. Not my brain Mike. Breen left Mike. Breen went on and made something Mike. Breen notice. The NBA Carlin that was his name. Carla the fat guy, right? And then he had who then they have the producer. He got I'm said that he got fired because of the slurs that he made about the temple basketball team as producer got fired then too. But it's producer and then producer added up show it up on all Riley and Riley lost his gig Bernard mcgurk, but that his name. I'm Howard Stern savage is people Imus, and Howard Stern savage each other. Remember all those stories from the eighties and the nineties that that isn't made radio. Interesting. Here I tried to criticize the more on who did the sports at our radio station for being unethical in the way that he was presenting his coverage of one particular team that he was wearing a paycheck from. So people thought that was the end of the world. I mean Howard Howard served went on the air and accused of abusing his own daughter ever all that. There are on the same station. Well. That I like that. They Mark Belling, the bad boy of reading get bad boy. Give me a break. Bada by was I rank it on last week. Well, something stupid. We're running a promo for another show on our station here, which I was sure would not. And now I'm assured again that it was a mistake. And it's not going to happen in the future. Who yeah I just I'm so out of control. I'm so vicious, you know what it is? We're just like a nicer state. That's all it is. That's what it is. Not even the biggest ink on the air in the city, who actually, the who is. Well, a lot of a flop, I made a lot of them are just not funny. Don't you think Bob and Brian are bigger Dixon? I am. You don't know what Dink means. Yeah. I don't know jerk. Well, I mean, I haven't gotten anybody on my own show. You don't see me firing. You're Jon Wyatt. There are people who've gotten their colleagues fired on some of these shows. Oh, that I'll go into this in any great specificity, but we can all take some providence shows in which there used to be two people doing, and then what of isn't there anymore because one person one the power struggle and the other one didn't I haven't got in and got you can't do anything yet. That's still that's still be the cub. Well, yeah, I'm not going to say, I would never I'm not I'm not a moron here where I'm going to allow, you gotta have some fear that's out there in the ranks. I don't know. I don't think I have any fear John Wyatt to you. The is Eddie. All. For rapid traffic. I so close to pulling the plug which I think John is pulling clean. God, please. Let's do it right now. Let's that, that should be the last. I'm very.

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02:41 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Bill walkie. This is the Mark. Late afternoon show. You talk eleven thirty w I s. I have tried over the years to sort of explain to people, the keys to life. Not that many good at applying of myself, but I've tried to explain the keys to life. And the keys to becoming a smarter person. I've explained these things over and over and over. And I think some of you have actually. It on I still learn myself. I mean, we did that thing about the blue pill or the red pillar with a black pill, white pill, whatever pill that is, you're supposed to take as very, very revealing to be when we when I found out about the number of boleros that are using that is there. Describing it as the way in which the light bulb goes on over their head in which they realize they just can't be a liberal anymore. And they're going to be a conservative that liberalism has just gone too far into into wacko Ville. I suspect this has been going on forever in society as people get older. They get more common saids almost every generation that we've had a portion of it becomes more conservative, as in ages some left. He's just stay left forever and ever and ever. But I mean as far back as my lifetime, the younger, you are the more likely it, would it be liberal. Ed, a lot of people just grow out of that. And the reason that they grow out of it is. They become smarter. They become smarter because they see life. They realized that a lot of the crap that liberals throw at you simply don't work as life goes on. The current generations referring to it, as you know, they use the term from the matrix, as to what pill is that they're supposed to take. I asked you, I told you the last time to remember this because I knew I'd forget, did I not I said, I know I'm gonna forget you remember the pill member that blue. Oh, why do I think that was Jon Wyatt, answer the came in there? He shakes his head like, how would I know? And the reason that you're supposed that it was because I told you to now remember this next time. So then I don't screw it up and flounder around like the boat on the side of the his wall. I see I hear the walleye season was way late this year. Do you know anything about this? I mean, the, the, the, the when I say the season that's a wrong term when they run when they stopped a lot of fishermen like Fisher when they when they run as opposed to after they stopped right over the swimming around the lake of the river where they are. I'm told that it was late this year. Let us up his way is late this year. Don't let me know that though, she's going to claim it's because of climate change. You see what that idiot did yesterday? She is so stupid. I the luckiest thing that ever happened to buy side was when she won that democratic primary. She is so stupid. No, she's from.

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Biz Talk Radio

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"If you awards that are astronomical sometimes many times beyond whatever your insurance covers. If the home is in an LLC, the family exposure to the settlement would be limited to its investment in the LLC. In other words, the vacation home itself would be subject now. And this is the other reason Jon Wyatt said the on a vacation, home or rental property carrying a mortgage ain't such a bad thing. No. It is not because if you do happen to lose it. I didn't lose my entire two hundred thousand I lost my twenty thousand dollar down payment, or whatever it is in the Bank share in most if not Kerr radical loss, another example would be a family member as a serious car accident say and is subsequently sued by the other driver who then wins a judgment in excess of the insurance coverage a properly structured LLC prevents the judgment creditor from seizing that family members. LLC shares thereby protecting the equity in their LLC. So now you've got the LLC is a protected now. I know some people are thinking if you're a doctor or whatever, and you get sued they can usually penetrate an LLC or a corporation, but in a case of a driving accident or whatever many times those assets held in an LLC. It's why people put their businesses and LLC's and or corporations so the creditor can't force what they call partition. So if you own this vacation home or you own the property outright, the LLC what they say here is there something called a charging order protection. It's a technique that's widely used by the attorneys of savvy LLC owners, for example, if the home is owned in an LLC, the creditor cannot force the partition or sale if you will to pay for the set. The protection is not available with other forms of ownership. So in this particular case, even a individual or partnership or corporate ownership wouldn't necessarily work, but the LLC does work, according to this legal big. So so so if I have a vacation property or something, and it's in an LLC, and I'm out driving around, and I'm an accident, and it's my fault. And they may not be it may not be new. They could potentially come after you. If you're the one that caused the accident. But here's the problem. They can get a charging order, but they can't force you to sell that property. So they may have a charging order. And again, I'm not a lawyer. So don't take this firsthand. But they have a charging order. They have no cash because they can't force you into a sale. Okay. I got you. All right property management and used as a properly drafted LLC operate. Agreement prevents and this is so key disagreements among family members. Since all terms of the agreement are set out in writing John you sat here, and we have had people call us on this program saying I've got this lake house in Wisconsin somewhere and the kids are fighting over who gets to use it and win. Yeah. Yeah. The that the operating agreement would set up a terms all they gotta do is pull out the terms of the agreement. And they say sorry, Charlie. See what you signed here. You get it, you know, on Saturdays and Sundays the odd Saturdays and Sundays, and I get it on the even Saturdays and Sundays, and you know, you can spell out who's authorized to use the property weekends which holidays, we'll be responsible for making legal decisions acquiring the insurance making repairs. How those repairs are paid for. It's all. All spelled out is this when you leave it to to to to the kids just when you own it, and they get a use it. That's exactly what it is. Because obviously, it's a vacation home and it spells out usage while you're alive. But remember an LLC doesn't die. No as Herbert to it horse. So that contract that agreement remains after you're gone what? Now, you've had you've had vacation homes and things like that. Yes. I have family members staying there. Have you had? I don't I I know you didn't have to jump through those hoops. But maybe you know, I we we have a will in our living trust, and we spilled out some of that in a living trust. Yeah. But our kids were never really that interested in going to a condo in Las Vegas. We were there with them. Okay. But a vacation home on a lake or Lake Tahoe. Or something like that. Where it's got some value. We had to kiss. Didn't want to inherit. I am surprised. I saw a couple of those places when you own them. I said. If you stay there a dead on him versus the value. They weren't really worth while. That's that's probably true. And that was a time when properties were probably way overvalued in in Las Vegas today. It might be different. That was early two thousands mid-2000s transfer of ownership within and outside of family during lifetime and death. In other words by sell provisions. Maybe one of the kids of the four wanted that property. The other kids didn't how do we create not only the buy sell arrangement. But genie plays even Steven as you know. Well, that's what you get three of them. Don't want the house. They want the money. The other one wants the house, but they can't buy themselves out. There's also some estate and gift tax things. But at the eleven million dollar, Mark, it's not worth discussing. Although in California, maybe that's coming up next hour. Now, this is the Ray Lucia show don't go away. Introducing.

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01:42 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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02:57 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Every time for rapid transit ninety four eastbound solid delays from highway one hundred pathways hard. I know Jon Wyatt thinks that's a bad idea. Man. I I mean, first of all for a Republican. What what do you do? It's the Republican leadership to this is the whole bunch of somebody wants to put up an electric pump dicap- put up their own damn health wise it my problem. I do have more to say than I would on this. I I I Jon Wyatt is unpredictable as we've established earlier, but not at all things. I do this trip your trigger keep going, this is I mean did the state help put an all the gas pumps around the country around the state fossil fuels this is clean. And all. Yeah. Well, that makes it so much better. Because then it's free. Just free. It just pops up like a mushroom out of the ground. And I'm supposed to pay for that. Well, it's unclear to me whether or not the charging stations would be free. But I suspect I mean, it's not free to put it in the I know, but I mean to the user area. Well, right and that too. I mean, imagine that how will you ask a very good question. Why should somebody be able to charge for free because the tax payers put it up that's going on the electric grid somewhere and be subsidized by someone else? What what is the advantage of that other than that, it's clean? Unless of course, the energy is coming from one of the remaining coal plants here in the state of Wisconsin. And all we're doing his burn coal in order to allow the electric charge of your you have anything else tell it's just this has nothing to do with government. This is not a government problem. That's that's generally my app. No you. What are you gonna happen? Or you mean to pay for it? I thought you were saying that's how you would charge. It. I wish it was that simple that I would buy the electric car. If all after do its punch an app, and suddenly, I'm zapped. Full of the the downside, of course to the electric cars. Charging time takes a long long time. Which is why it's very good and convenient for people who do short driving and come home and plug in the car every night to charge it up, but for people who want to drive say three hundred and fifty miles. So you're going for Milwaukee two way up north for a trip. That is the electric car has a problem because the charging takes a long long long time, and there aren't convenient places to charge so adamantly, Linda, the state Republicans wanna come to the rescue by putting up all of these stations that having state government pay for it. And I knew John Wyatt was going to condemn it. Which is exactly why abated him by throwing that there aren't red meat. Ninety four eastbound slow all the way from highway one hundred to thirty fifth street eighteen minutes for Moreland downtown westbound delays run out of the Marquette not pass Miller park. Twenty one minutes downtown Morlin southbound I forty one d. Dealing with delays leftover from an earlier disabled semi that was just south of national avenue that clear that out of the way, but the backup start on southbound I forty one at Berlin sixteen to get from Good Hope road to the zoo and another seven between zoo and the hail from the Lynch Buick GMC of west bend, total traffic center. News.

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News Talk 1130 WISN

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Crashes as a result of hitting one of these things, nobody's really going to care. What the motivation was are they five twenty two news talk seven thirty seven. It's time for rapid traffic. Forty three southbound one other point on this. Here's another thing that I'm just on. We have gone so far into driverless cars automated systems on planes, all of this stuff. How did I mention they were able to avoid these crashes at crates field. Somebody saw I don't know if was the pilot or somebody at the airport, but somebody saw the drone when you've got these systems in the plane. They're not gonna pick up on this radar is picking up on it. You still see need old-fashioned. Somebody's got to put their is out in the more. We just keep telling people we can have dangerous machines operate totally independently of human beings. It's fine. If you can come up with a way to make it work without the human being doing anything, but we're not even close, but we're allowing the use of this stuff to go well beyond where the technology is that I think that that's at the root of the problem with the seven thirty seven max here. This is convinced that the plane needs to be taken down convinced that it was going up to fast. When in fact, it wasn't the pilots were not in a position to be able to react quickly enough to do it. And they were apparently able to quickly. Enough even assess what it was that was going on much less to be able to make the corrective action override we have. So many of these things where we've put blind faith machinery, we allow engineers that honors just tell us things are going to work. And as I said with regard to the other thing, nobody questions it until after it happens who's questioned any of these systems have been put in place on Boeing jets or anywhere else. Prior to what happened with the seven thirty seven max, it's not until after the fact that we ever address anything in this never mind this country early in this world. All right. Forty three southbound slow from capital into the Marquette twenty one minutes Brown deer to downtown stays crowded on forty three ninety four southbound down to the K fifteen between the Marquette and the Mitchell interchange ninety four westbound crowding up from twenty seventh street pass Miller park and then again from highway one hundred to about sunny slope eastbound jammed up from eighty four th street to thirty fifth twenty Moreland into downtown from the Lynch GMC of westbound total traffic center. News talk eleven thirty WINS. Jon wyatt. This start your search with nearly two thousand new and pre-owned vehicles to choose from Joplin dot com and any of the Lynch. Family of dealerships, easy to find in Burlington Maguelonne go cash out and west bend. Sounds fun. Bring us here. The weather is warmer and green seems to be pumping up everywhere and.

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02:32 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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13:23 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"There was another police officer. Killed in the line of duty yesterday this one in New York City. His name was Brian Simonson. He was a detective was shot and killed and really a tragic situation. Friendly fire. The man was married. He was a father nineteen year NYPD vet. In happened. When he and a sergeant with the New York City police department by the name of Matthew Gorman were responding to an armed robbery. Call cell phone store, a T mobile store. The shooting was the first NYPD on duty death by gunfire. And over a year. However was the second time the New York police officer was shot in three months. The last one happened also a friendly fire incident back in December. What makes it? Even more tragic is the detective was planning on retiring later this year. Authorities say the suspect had an extensive arrest record, and he'll be going to jail for a very long time. Of course, we here in Milwaukee. Are well aware of the tragedy. That now happened six days ago involving officer Matthew Rittner, in fact, his procession. The funeral now seems to be over we have coverage here. VR news. Our new source and FOX six it was supposed to get done around four thirty. But it looks like the funeral frosts Rittner has ended at the oak creek assembly of God church that's around thirteenth street. And now that procession is starting this is while tragic, and we're going to get into a little bit about officer Rittner here in just a few moments. We do want to give you heads up at this is going to be causing some major traffic issues that Jon Wyatt will bring us up to speed here in a couple of minutes, especially when they get to seven ninety four as the funeral procession by police officers from all over the area, including a friends and family of officer Rittner makes its way to the Kraus's funeral home in Brookefield where. Or the family will be able to have a some private time before burial. It's unfortunate to an extent. It's understandable to it's it's human nature to put things out of sight out of mine until it's front and center, and as we've witnessed over the last six days with officer written, unfortunately for those of us here in southeastern Wisconsin. In those in the Milwaukee police department, especially it's been far too common in these past few months because between officer Mahal ski. And then officer Irvine were both killed in the line of duty as well. It's. Been something that we're reminded about when a police officer loses their life that what they do every single day. They don't know if they're going to see the end of the day. And for those of us who aren't in that line of work, and you can apply the men and women in the military and firefighters and anyone else. The poor guy who working for the department of public works. Brian Regan who was killed by deal. Phillip potholes. When he woke up, I the last thing on his mind would so that he'd be killed in an accident. And I'm guessing. For most of these police officers of Mojo, these police officers not just the empty, but all to find apartments here around the area. They know the danger that they are potentially in when they put that badge on every day. I mean, unfortunately in this day and age, I'm sure some of them know that even when they don't have the badge on they know they're a target because of the line of work. They chose to do. It's a line of work that a lot of us didn't choose because we couldn't do what they do. I'll be the first to admit that. The men and women who put on the uniform, whatever uniform that may be. They're better people than me. I have no shame in admitting that the sacrifices they make the sacrifices that their family makes is absolutely incredible. In its watching funeral processions like the one I am right now. And I'm sure you have in your lifetime that unfortunately reminds us of the gratitude. We should have for those who wear the uniform again, I don't want to just pigeonhole police officers right now because there are so many men and women who do jobs that. Like, I said I couldn't do. Now if it was the nineteen sixty eight and Lyndon Johnson asked me to put on the uniform. I would because I love my country. I do today. I did yesterday wanted to be successful tomorrow. I would serve my country. Hopefully, if I had to do that, I would do it to the level of people like officer Rittner in other heroes. And it's unfortunate that in this dange. There's so many people who look at police especially as the enemy. For reasons that. Escaped me. Now, that's not to say, there aren't bad cops. There are of course, there are there are bad apples in every single line of work. There is so to say universally because it's a couple of bad cops or a couple of bad, firefighters or bad military. To apply that to all of them. You have no sense of reality. There are more good than bad. That's such a basic statement. But it's true. And they're better than a lot of people who do other lines of work. Just by the fact that they're able to do that line of work. I mean, look at me, I'm here at our greenfield Wisconsin studios in a bad day for me might be being off the air for ten seconds. I'm serious. That's for those in our line of work radio. Dead air is what we have nightmares about. Holy cow. Can you imagine what some of these Paul? You have friends that are law enforcement or serve in the military. Your future son-in-law is a police officer. I played softball. The bunch of Milwaukee county sheriff's we played for many years at Sheridan park down there by the airport and Donna concl- park in greenfield. And then you go out for, you know, the the pitchers of beer at the end of the night the stories they shared. And the respect I have in fact, unfortunately, whenever there is. I know an officer killing I'm I don't want to know the name because I'm afraid it's gonna be one of the guys, I know or women, I know. A bad day for me doesn't even compare. They they would love they pray. That their days are as bad as what most of the publics are. And then they have to go through. What they have these past few days knowing that it was not even necessary. I mean, no killing is of anyone. But especially in the case of officer Rittner. Here's this deadbeat of a guide. Jordan frikkie. While his family makes all the excuses. They want for them. Hasn't been won't amount to anything. Selling guns selling drugs? Police find out about it. They want to get them off the street. He starts shooting. No. Of course, not exactly Paul says. It's a again. You never wanna. It's hard to put rational thoughts into clearly in your rational person. But here's this guy, dad, married. Big brewers fan. Young son served two terms and overseas fighting for his country as a marine, it's all. The utmost respect goes to the men and women who put on the badge and their families as well because they make sacrifices each and every day. But even knowing insane everything that I just have. We're still going to look at cops in negative light. I don't mean to the extent that the Colin Kaepernick of the world do. But I'm guessing maybe at one time rather police officer has been there to assist us in a time of need. And we show our preciado for that. These men and women they're they're on the frontlines every single day, and they never know what they might encounter. When they go to work. I mean, depending upon the time of day that they do work might be a routine. Utter pandemonium. They're reality is uncertainty every single day. Like, I said there's people in this community who look at what they do the police as a necessary evil. Folks want them there yesterday when they need them. But when they are the focus of an officer's attention because they've broken the law, even if it's something as simple speeding. Well, then the police become the bad guys. And I'm guessing the cops are okay with that. They're used to it. They know their role. They get what they signed up for when they wanted to become a police officer. They take the good with the bad because they know when they believe that what police officers do can make a difference because they believe in upholding the law. They believe that ultimately good will triumph over evil. I know it's a simplistic way to think of it. But an essence isn't that what police work is. And they want to be a part of that. So when you go home tonight, and you have dinner with your family. Just remember that cop that calmly stood writing your ticket while you curse them out in your head. He's not going to be sitting down with his own family that night because he's protecting you. And he's protecting people like me. When you crawl on your couch? After dinner, and maybe you're snuggling up with your loved one catching up on net. Flicks. Maybe catching up on the work that you weren't able to do earlier in the day just realize that same cop that you called good for nothin' while he was or she patrolling your streets. They're the ones who are keeping you safe each and every night. While you're watching your son or daughter at basketball practice tonight. That cop that you call lazy because you were frustrated. He's looking for a loss. Kid, maybe not even watching his own child practice that evening. You wake up in the middle night guy. Go the bathroom checking your phone. Your Email dingoes off you see your loved one lay next you in bed. That same police officers. Loved one is alone. Wondering if they're going to get that awful phone, call saying their spouse isn't coming home. So the next time you get angry at a cop. Remember what he or she might be missing while they're keeping you and keeping me safe. Because while officer ritter's funeral procession will come to an end. And Thursday will happen in will remember officer Rittner. But as time goes on his memory will fade away for most of the public, obviously except for his family. It's the men and women in police departments all over our area. That are keeping a safe. So thank you for each. And everything that these police officers do because what they do. I couldn't..

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News Talk 1130 WISN

12:18 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"W I s ad. I'm trying to figure out how to start this. I've got like as you know. Maybe you don't know some of you who listen to the program of sorta figured out the way, I like to approach a lot of topics if I see. A theme that runs through a bunch of them are mentioned that theme, and then goes to the topics and we've the theme back through the individual topics. I do. No kidding. We're carrying the state of the union tonight, buddy. You put these things up on my screen just to annoy me, don't you? Give me to talk about why? Well, who doesn't know we're carrying it. All right, fine. We're carrying the state of the where you take that off there. What do you mean how easy that was you already irritated me? The show is a minute and a half while we're starting this show later than ever what's going on with that. Well, look into what you're supposed to have some sort of duties around your orange you. What do you mean her show ran late? Oh, she's now doing what I'm doing. Vicky McKenna's show ran late. That's why I started late. Where did we approve that? Well, I figured something was going on. And now you now you told me I Jack dumb, you say, you don't know what's going on. And then you say well Vicki show ran late. Well, that's the explanation. Well, thirty seconds. Well, yeah. Okay. These other things to what are they doing throwing more crap into the three o'clock black or something? Well, you apparently look into it. No memo to me, I don't want memo's just look into it. Find out what's going on. Why the show starting later than ever? They must be doing something in there. Well, then find out which ones they added. And let's do something about it. So I can raise us think about it. And you know, demand that we not do whatever we're doing did Jon Wyatt go onto long and that was that. He was he part of this problem. You don't even know. See I this is why I have to crack the whip. If I was in the army, and I was a drill sergeant you actually that. You know, what rank you'd be in the army, you'd be a private you'd never get above the level of private you'd be like Gobert pile? They give you go over pal actually made it to private first class. Remember that how many people remember the show Gomer Pyle? That's one of those. It's unreal runs. A lot though, isn't it? I don't know what I see things out anymore. You made my life. Paul made me finally get a fire. Stick. Between that and direct TV, and I guess YouTube. I don't even know what I watch things on anymore. Everything is just I think I have access to four hundred and fifty four trillion channels right now. I do have Hulu Hulu is in the fire stick, and I subscribe to that for a year. So I got Hulu I got when I get the fire stick you can take various things that he read there. I even have us. I even have I heard in there. What I'm gonna do with that go home and listen to myself, baby. Can you the podcast on those things are not do you know you claim? Yes, you don't really know you or you know, how to do the podcast on your fire. Stick. Well, you just said that how do you know that mine would allow me to do the pike guest. I don't have a smart TV. I have a fire stick you saying thinks he he claims this. I know you're wrong. I know you're wrong about this. I know you're right. I know you talk it through your rear end. You don't know what you're talking about? TV? I I don't know what I have. I have iheart through the fire. Stick. That's the app. No. I don't think it is the app. I don't know. But you don't either. That's my point you you claim I can now I'm gonna go home tonight. Trying to listen to the podcast, which I wish we didn't even have on the. You know, what's going to happen? I get it all set up the podcast will come out of you will have screwed it up. That's what it's going to be that. I'll be one of these people complaints the station. Paul screwed up the podcast again. Whatever. You have no idea. How my fire. Stick works. I barely know. How it works? You. How would you even know what apps? I have in there. You know, what you wouldn't know? No, no what I have on it. I didn't say I said I have I heard I didn't say the app. I don't know if it's the app or what it is. I don't know what's on their. How do you know what it is? I do too it. I don't know what it is. I just see that. The thing is coming up there on there. Like, I said, I got way more than I ever want that. I never want to be able to what are you becoming like Jon Wyatt liked up to argue about every single thing that I raised. Now, I you know, I need to get somebody in here. I think I figured this seller. Once they get artificial intelligence a little bit better. I'm getting rid of robot in here to communicate with me. Program. The robot to do just agree with everything my life would be a lot easier. I always figured that's what you guys that are married are always miserable because nobody ever agrees you. Whereas if you're single you don't have anybody telling you, you're bragging about anything. Isn't that kind of true? You're not miserable. But on a lot of people are miserable miserable because the constantly bickering. And they disagree about everything isn't. Yeah. That's what I've seen. This is what I noticed with my own eyes. And sixty percent of what they bicker about is what no well money mazing. It's almost always money. Wouldn't you think they'd be can't you work that plan before you get married? You know that maybe that's the problem. Everybody's when they fall in love, they think this. He makes me laugh he's that this that and the other thing they haven't worked out their thoughts on money. Maybe they maybe if you need found out if you're financially compatible with your thoughts on that before you got married. You wouldn't be so people are bitter. That's what they always seem to fight about. I'm just observing this might not true. But right about this. Now, let me get to the where I was going at this. I wanted to figure out a way to get to hear four or five different topics. That I have in my mind. And I'm kind of at the starting point of this. It's really interesting. Aside from whatever your political points of view, are it's really interesting. That the United States remains deeply divided on the performance of President Trump. Even though by any measure. Trump has done better than I think almost anyone would have thought that he was going to do. Even if you were a devoted Trump supporter. How could you have predicted? Better success than we have could you have predicted essentially zero unemployment. Could you have predicted that we would have hit growth the growth rates steadily over three percent virtually every quarter? Could you have predicted the lowest African American unemployment rate in American history. Could you have predicted foreign companies like presumably Foxconn and others building in the United States of America? Could you have predicted that we might be on the verge of actually getting North Korea to get rid of their nukes? Could we have predicted that there'd be a new trade deal? The replace NAFTA. Could we have predicted that we might actually get a much better trading relationship on our terms of China? Could we have predicted that we would have gotten the communist government of Venezuela to buckle crumbling right now in front of us. Could we have predicted that we would have gotten concessions from the European Union to finally do more to pay for their own defense? You go through up and down the line. It's been a lot of pretty positive things that have happened in only two years of the presidency with. Very few actual problems. Very few actual problems. One of the reasons why we obsessed over certain things is because the big things are not things that we have to obsess over the lefties can Yap about climate change and the other things that they worry about because they're not whining about low unemployment. They're not whining about high inflation. Not whining about the war that Trump got us in because he doesn't have in any wars. In fact, the president seems hellbent on getting American troops out of some of the conflicts that we're in. If Hillary Clinton had been elected president in all of the things that I've just described had happened under her watch everybody would be giving her rave reviews, and they'd I'll be saying to people like me will you've got to admit the country is doing spectacularly well under Hillary. So why do we remain divided over this? And this is where I kind of come up with a theme that I'm going to be using today's program. The answer is this for about half the country right now. They see government and politics is which team you're odd. The Democrats are acting like the Rams fads. They lost. So they're unhappy. They lost as opposed to us all being on the same team. And we hired the right coach. And we therefore what? You'd be a pretty odd duck. If you're annoyingly patriot fatty, you weren't very happy right now. Maybe it like Brady maybe at all like craft. Maybe you don't like Bella check. But you can't deny that it has worked out spectacularly well with them. I have long argued that the big difference between liberals and conservatives. In their political beliefs is that conservative supports support. What works and liberal support? What they think is fair. Two big differences. Conservatives believed that we ought to pursue things that work. Liberals don't really care if this stuff works. They just do things that they believe off to work because they believe they're fair. So they do all these things that are idiotic things that simply do not work. We throw more and more and more money into urban public school systems. Even though the evidence is overwhelming that they are trained racks. Many conservatives look alternatives for urban public schools because we believe that those models can do better. We're looking at what works. If the public schools in Milwaukee in Chicago, and Baltimore and all the other big cities, we're doing spectacularly well, most conservatives to be supportive of public schools. We like things that work. We look for the ideas that we say is this going to work or not. With regard to economic policies. This will this create jobs or this create growth will this create affluence? Will it work or not? Part of the reason for this is I think that conservatives stand more than liberals to be in business. And if you're in business, you can't worry about anything other than will it work because if it doesn't work you go broke you go out of business. If it does work, you're not only as successful. But you make a lot of money. So your mindset works that way. I.

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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:23 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Themselves out there. Everything else looking at volume and no backup. What's the time period by which after a snowstorm people should have to have all the snow off their car? Twenty four hours. No, Paul says forty eight. Forty eight semi. Well, I don't know actually semi trucks. I don't know how you get those off the top of them. When did it it hit him? I I when you see some of these. It's it snowed on Monday. Yeah. I know some people park outside. I don't think you know, like Monday night when I got in my car, I spent most of the snow off, but not all of it. The rest graduate blow off over the next half day by Thursday. You shouldn't still have snow on your car. Should you? Are you talking about my car? What is yours? I Pol I didn't know I didn't know that you're one of these two thousand below zero and my car sits outside that's snow garage. You have a one car garage car garage, another another example of what happens in Mary. What a surprise your car is the outside. That's just beautiful to me. So. Yeah. So now, the snow is staying on the car when it finally buried in water one car garage. My car would be the outside car. Yeah. To which is what reason remember that each at our black thing Henry by these our buddy reasons to go to H at our black like fifty to one hundred and two reasons for those commercials. Yeah, I've ever blocked with h&r block with what about ninety seven raisins, whatever number reasons, he has I should all of the reasons I didn't get married. What if I would have my car outside right now. And then I'd be the guy bitching about myself for still have the I'm not proud of it. But I'm not gonna do much about it either. Because it's says he has a two car garage. And he does city even who's in the second one. You have a daughter in there or junk like lawn mowers and stuff. Snowblower the dot com. Garage that you can't even get it. I don't see when we had a I had a two car garage at one point. I did not believe in cluttering it up. I love having a car in the garage. So I I I had a garage that was big enough to get the kind of car that I want. That's my problem. I my my garage is limited in size in terms of for. I could never example by a navigator anything. He just doesn't fit as it is. It's almost impossible. Yeah. I'm going to rip my hippo just trying to get into my car. Everyday women my way around because I'm jammed in to the to the space that I have. Well, I I'm driving down the freeway today. And here comes this stupid. It was to explore. Yes. The people still drive them a white, Ford Explorer and ice comes flying off the car, and it's crack bam. Bam. I'm just no right now. I don't know what it did. Because my car is not covered in snow. It's covered with salt. My car is the Ray white. But I bet it got some things in there because the guy didn't knock this stuff off the top of his car. So now, I find out that you're one of these people that won't okay? Knock it off now or is it just frozen on. It's it's part of the car. Not coming off the guy who stuff came off be. It was it because it was flying off as he was going down the road. I pushed off as much loose stuff as I could. But I wasn't gonna fixed. I guess I wasn't going to scrape the hood of my car. I got all the loose as much wheel wells. I mean every time I turn the wheel. I hear this grinding because this rock the rock frozen slush. Oh, you can't kick that off. I mean, I kicked it as it wasn't as afraid of I kicked it harder. The car would break. I also have that thing happening where you got all that stuff frozen to the wheels. And so your car has this weird. Out of balance. Our by that too. Is that with that was? Yeah, it's probably stuck on the inside of your wheels. Yeah. By saturday. Rod ten thirty when we get to thirty two degrees. I think what it's going to happen. These problems my satellite by Sobe off the satellite dish this stuff. If I could have missed the Super Bowl. It's gotta to be log melted before that. And if I was at I can watch this stuff on my laptop have direct TV. But I mean, I got a habit. Nine hundred fifty two inch plasma TV. I should be able to enjoy the all right? So Jon Wyatt is the automotive version of the people who still have their Christmas lights up on March twenty seven. That's me traffic. Well, I do get that. I mean, if you're part because those are the ones that still have it. And then these people had been walkie that you know, they they ignore the alternate side parking there. Fifteen tickets on there trying to drive out of the ditch that they're stuck in their cars are still covered with. So it just look they look pathetic. I mean, the whole advantage a limit of the city and live in the masses and all of that stuff the downside to that lifestyle. If you don't have your own garage, and you live in the city is right now. Oh, yeah. This the this week would be the downside of that. They all said, I better New York and see that's what it is like in New York. Owns a car. They don't have as many cars. That's correct. And you can't park. They just don't let you park on the streets in New York, right Staten Island and a couple of the boroughs are about the only ones. But otherwise you can't because it's very hard. If you don't have your own garage to even have a car in New York. All right. It's three fifty three news talk eleven thirty w is this report sponsored by the Exegen temporal scanner thermometer. Are you or loved one over.

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"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:34 min | 3 years ago

"jon wyatt" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Milwaukee. This is the Mark Belling late afternoon show. I news talk eleven thirty. I at you know, what I find. I find that the segments of people enjoy the most of the audience in those in which I appear to be at any it. As you do. I think about the show all the time. Well, you only work three hours a day. I get half of that. It's fifty fifty. I can't believe you get paid for work at only three hours a day to how in the world. Do you come up with all the stuff that you have you must work seventeen hours a day? I get both in equal numbers. Some people are amazed that I can able to come up with all this material that I must be constantly working like eager beaver and other people think that I- pulling off the greatest scab of all time that I pop it in for three hours a day talk. And then go home and make a lot of money. It's fifty fifty. Weirdly, both are true. Because a lot of the preparation that. I do for the shore things that it's thinking researching reading news, etc. If I wasn't doing this job. I might be doing some of that. Anyway, I'm guessing if I worked for a shoe company as an executive in sales or production. I would probably follow the news. You know what I'm saying? Maybe not to the extent that I do. But. Pauses? I'm actually on for more than three hours. Yes. But when you take out all the commercials, I've on for eleven minutes and fourteen seconds. I'm just chewed on by all the parasites that we have here. I have to do it all of their promos. Jon wyatt. Doing traffic reports that go on for four and a half minutes. Nineteen million commercials that come on some who knows where we got. How many different financial guys are coming on yet? But until you know, throwing their thoughts around and everything all this is all this is in lieu of wartime of me talking. The alternative would be that. I could go to public radio where we didn't. Well, I was going to say they don't have commercials. They actually have more commercials. We listen to public radio. I don't do it either. But I'm the cabs. That's the only time I ever hear it boil boy every hour they start. They don't have commercials. But they got a lot of these underwriters this pizza company in this in this this what of this this this what? I know it is the same thing of a commercial is it public TV said that same thing going on in which we have underwriters in the next city or the undergrad not now, it wasn't just Mobil gas. We're talking about the detergents that they put in there the whole thing. Anyway. Needing an idiot. For example. This is what I was thinking about just reflecting on is the show better. When I get six at a row wrong and our football contest. Or is it better when I get six zero right? People would rather hear me be right? They just would they love that. I e pulses that's human nature. I don't know that it is see well. Yeah. You say when the bears I'm happier. When the Packers would then I am when let's say, let's suppose the Packers won and the Packers lost to the bears lost. That would be worse to me that if the Packers wide of the bears would in other words, I still get more thrill out of the success of the things that I care about that the misfortunes of others there are occasions in which you relish in the misfortunes of others. And certainly there are occasions in which you find it funny. But I just reflect the fact that you're struggling director football contests this year, not as badly as our audience was struggling, which was epic and historic Ed drawing national attention, but I was struggling, and then I just all of a sudden became a genius. And the comments that I'm getting on my genius. This are exactly zero. Whereas the amount of grief that I was getting during the point that I was struggling I am, you know, in the end, it's like everything else in life. It's like the stock market. You take a look at the ups and downs and adds it up, and where are you at the end of the year at the end of the year? I am slightly above average. I'm ten tonight. I'm slightly above average. But there was no averageness in this. It was like a smooth ride. I was like the stock market very very volatile and the last two weeks will determine if I end up slightly above average is slightly below average. I'd have to tie though, in order to break total even because I'm ten and nine of this two weeks left. Oh shut up. It's not all about you, Paul. I could still beat you. I'm talking about how people react to the things that are done on my show. Yeah. I'm telling you peop-, the audience would be five more interested in you doing terrible that you do in good same thing. Now, I it might be a little different if we had an audience get if the audience had gotten as many in a row, correct? Is they got wrong. But that's because the fifty thousand dollars in kicks it short of that way. More people are intrigued by the fact that our audience went was at one point one in sixty. And then they waitress it's kind of the way people are sort of wired on that. And it certainly the way the, and I'm not saying that the that the audience says it likely talking about something wonderful that happens. If I mentioned that I had a horse. What a big race. I know that especially people I know that in my own life in my circle human oh little bit about horse racing. They wanted hails. I'd added if I set a horse ran seventh. Nobody cares about that. So it's not entirely true. I have a horsey read seven nobody would care if I said, a horse one. Well, what kind of a race? It's that across the board like that. But if I was married, I got divorced. People would be way more interested in the divorce that I that like a positive thing in my marriage, wouldn't they? The wedding itself. Now, if I ever got married that would be bigger news because people would just be absolutely shocked. I mean, holy got as long as I have it's going to California and see one of those four hundred year old redwoods and seeing somebody chop that thing doubt. Well, that is what it would be like, isn't it? Yeah. I be the Redwood falling down. They got the bucks. They have this thing every time they put that stupid kiss. Cam up somebody proposes marriage at the end of it. I'm always the one guy said, Doug. Always see I'm kidding, though. So this is an example of me being an idiot. Do you want to hear the story or not? See you do story wasn't about me being an idiot wouldn't want to hear it palsy wants to hear it because it's a story about being an idiot. So about a drive through today. If there's a drive super something in a non drive through I gravitate toward the drive thru. As apparently it is everybody else. It's actually a pharmacy. It has a drive through at the pharmacy. Well, why go in what I can just drive up. I'm not gonna tell you what pharmacy. I go to. But the drive through that they have. Because of the way the building is laid out. It's actually more narrow that even the average drives which are usually pretty narrow and on this one. You actually have the building is right next to you. It's not like you're just driving through, you know, whether it's concrete little medians that each side like most drive throughs. I'm this on one side of you is the building and on the other side of you isn't just the a little bit of concrete. It's these pillar these brick pillars that are supporting the little rough that goes over the top of the drive thru. Meaning there's very little margin for error. And if you screw something up. It's it's not like just bumping into nothing. If you know what I said, and it's very very narrow and you have to angle your way into get into it on the other hand. I know this I've been going to this place for twenty years, and I understand this. And I'm therefore berry careful when I go through there. And if you look at both sides of the drive, what do you think you see? Skidmarks all over both sides. People are constantly hitting it. Well, I have a new car. So I'm driving into the thing. And the hardest thing is that it's easier to get out of the little thing than it is to get into it. Give it how it's laid out a little bit more room to drive straight ahead and then turn to get out. But it's a very sharp like forty five degree turn to get into the thing. Sear angling, and then having to straight notes, you don't crack the side when you wear your way it so okay? I'm at the fire. They give me the pills. I give him the credit card. I started driving Odin. But. Really loud. And it sounds like it's coming from the right side. And I think boy. What the dinghy Paul the digging thinks that I have are constantly going off on both sides. I'm I'm so it's like when I pull into my garage. It's telling me, I'm too close on the right and the left. This is what happens when you live in the city nothing's ever big enough. No, I be the Dinnie things. But I just think I've ignored the dinghy things forever. Because the dinghy thing would have been telling me, I was close on both sides. Plus, I'm in the drive through and you're not constantly digging. When you're just moving at one or two miles an hour. Canny way it went boom. Now, I could stop it. Immediately get out and look, and I'm just going to go to work, and I'll look that. Because why stop I'll just be in a bad mood of a way driving out. But I looked at my side mirror because that's the first thing. That's the thing that sticks out, and it wasn't knocked off its thing that often will happen. I don't know what's going on. I'm driving to work driving to work drive at work driving to work drive at work private at work, gravity work. And on the radio. I'm listening to classical music, which I occasionally do. I was listening to Copeland symphony number three. Well, that's what it was listening to. I'm a big fan of Aaron Copland. Do you know anything about Aaron Copeland? You should we've played his stuff on the show. We've even used it. We we even use fanfare for a common man as per music in the past Aaron Copeland is a mutt. Well modern he's say Batard twentieth. Century American composer of classical music, not everybody's Cup of tea some people think that he's bubblegum classical others think he stuff was profound. But he created an American sound. And it's all this sort of if you could imagine the heartland being classical music, that's what it sounds like fanfare for a common, man. Just a real famous saying he did the Brahim Lincoln thing. And anyway. Listen to this in his the sound of his stuff is a little. It's always a Sonera's and sort of deep, but has this little bit of majestic. And the missed the thing that he was going for his America's frontier spirit, and that's the church declared. Anyway, I'm listening to this because symphony it's law get it's taking me all the way from where I live into the station symphony number three for people in Copland, and as I'm driving, and I'm getting real close to the station. I'm hearing Bodo. And I realized that what I thought was going through the drive thru was actually..

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