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WTMJ 620

05:04 min | 10 months ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Then it was West Alice. That was followed by Greenfield. And last night. Home Grove. I'm talking, of course about The closing of Baker's square. Now I know, I know. We don't have any more left in our state. That was it. We do not have any more. Baker's square restaurants in The Badger state and I mentioned this a couple of nights ago. I hope you're able to take advantage. We head out to the Elm Grove location on blue Mound. Can't do it today. They closed the doors for good last night. And it's socks. I love Baker Square. I mean, affordable pie varieties of pie. My brother. Every birthday for my brother French silk pie. French soap, I I have vivid memories of every July French silk pie. Or it or in May, the strawberry rhubarb pie. That was the pie of the month. My birthday month. I just would remember. Oh, gosh, sometimes you go. Simply got an apple pie Put ALA mode and it's great. Caramel caramel pecan silk Supreme. Don't get me started on the Triple Berry. Well, that's my mom's favorite. Lemon meringue. I mean, all the obvious Boston cream aisle all the ones you would know. But then there was just walk in. And more. So when you're a kid, but I love sweets. And even you walk in, and there's just the case of pies in front of you. You're going on, man. Well, no more. Ladies and gentlemen, the end of an era. However, before they shuttered the doors. They were visited. The ghost of pies past? No. They were visited by WTMJ, A's pie guy. Jordan Gazzara ski the pie connoisseur that is Hey! Ah! Baker at heart, and he's demonstrated it on the air. As many of you know, you visited the last Baker's Square on the last day that they would be open yet. Where else would the pie guy go? Special day yesterday. That's what I mean. Baker Square's close to my heart lot of memories there with my great grand parents when they lived in Shorewood. True that Baker's Square was Was the spark that set you off on your pie baking journey. Maybe. Maybe that maybe that's a possibility. It could be that Sir Peiser is planted. It could have been. Do you know what? I don't really give it much thought. Well, I think you should Jordan. Special place like I said Scott, Scotty, think about Baker's Square closing as much as I have in the last 48 hours. It's more fun to your heart. But like I said, especially has a special place in my heart. Probably lot of memories there. But I think this is about your trip. I think over yesterday with my girlfriend for lunch, and it was packed. A lot of people were there buying pies specifically, And I did. I was able to. I didn't tell you a pie I bought And it was the last pie that they had a certain flavor. This is big. So you you walked up to the count. First of all, what was it a somber atmosphere. Was there just a real sorrow in the over people crying as they're sitting there? Having their final meal at Baker's, where I think it was more the people working. They had a somber face. It wasn't the people really visiting you want people like they were buying more pies and they were actually dining in. So you walked in. Had lunch and then you bought a pie. But you requested a last pies. I would correct Yes. So I actually had no idea that they sold this. So I bought the last brownie pie. Were made and sold in the state of Wisconsin, a baker Square brownie brownie pie. I didn't even know they made abroad had no idea the kind of embarrassed had no idea either. But Scott get this. So when I asked for it, I think it was to ask. Okay, so I asked the same question. I told him I'm looking for a pied, you know, develop to the last pie of a certain flavor, and they were like, Yeah, we do. We have this brownie pie. And they first told me that it was reserved for somebody. One of the managers said that But then another manager came in. Or if it was another co worker said reserved reserved, So it was I was on hold for about, like, five or six minutes, You know, just waiting there to hear an answer to see me. I'm like, Oh, my gosh, I just want this pie and they told me Do you know what you can just have it? So if you were the person who had that pie reserved, I apologize that I took it. I really am. I really apologize. It's a dog Eat dog world. When a pie shop is closing, you get there. You get the pyre. You don't It's Azizi. Is that so? Like I said, I bought the last brownie Pie sold the last brownie pie. Ever sold at Baker Square in the state of Wisconsin. It was purchased by Jordan Gazza Rosky Radio city's pie. Guy. Did you slowly walk out of it and walk out of the store? Was it kind of Ah Did you hear in the background pulled? No. Did you walk out with a pie was rolling down my face the final brownie pie. In the history.

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On Wtmj. Welcome to Wednesday. The Wednesday edition on the Big Show here. Steve Mike Spaulding Jordan Gazza Rosky has always done a fine job. In the producer's chair. All right. Let's talk about it. A surprise announcement from a one of the long time representatives in the Wisconsin Assembly. Yeah, one of the more powerful lawmakers in the state deciding that enough is enough at being Republican John Nygren. He announced yesterday that he plans to resign immediately. Nygren has been in medicine since 2007. He was the co chair, the Joint Finance Committee. He was just reelected by a wide margin on the November 3rd election. Longtime committee chairwoman, Alberta Darling. This kind of different part of the story was also ousted from her post atop the Joint Finance Committee. So lots of kind of dig through here use your initial reaction with the Nygren news. The fact that he is kind of step stepping away. It's an interesting dilemma now because we've seen some people outside from positions. We now see somebody stepping away from it. I've said for Ah little bit of time here. This is an interesting time for Republicans in Wisconsin. Because they're essentially dividing into two camps. One my my words, The extremists who are all in on the president's not willing to negotiate a compromise on anything. They feel the power as they say, power corrupts, and they're kind of one camp and then everybody else, the common sense, levelheaded, reasonable, rational Republicans in the state who I would argue the majority are sitting there saying, Let's get some stuff done, and I think that battle's gonna be fun to watch. I have no idea why Representative Nygren stepped away just won re election. Hey, has been a true leader for Republicans in the state Incredible work, also part of his personal story on drug abuse and lots of legislation that corresponds to that issue. A driver of fiscal responsibility, at least on the Republican side, somebody it's looked at as a leader, a real leader in the state. He will be missed, but it'll be interesting to see who steps in to fill that vacancy. It's always interesting at As the faces change, as the seats are filled by different people. What the party becomes. Is it more Robin Voss. We now know that that Senator Fitzgerald is gone now and now to Congress that change the dynamic, so the faces are changing in Wisconsin. Will the party change? That's the big question for me? Well, it's also interesting is you're going to be going into A budget negotiation situation, unlike anything, probably since what the housing crisis in awaits, But but more unlike anything we've seen in decades, probably. And you're gonna have two new heads of What is you know, kind of widely noted, is like the most powerful committee in the Legislature with joint finance when you have a pandemic when you have the economic impact of that pandemic. Dealing with it, reacting in the right way, not overreacting with too much legislation trying to figure out what makes sense in the long term for not only the states, but all the cities that are part of that of this great state. That's gonna be the challenge. So we're going to require some real leadership here and whether it's speaker, Robin Boss or somebody else who steps up. I'm gonna have Assembly Majority Leader Jim Stanek, Chiana 9 35, also another guy, big player in Wisconsin politics, and I would argue he's of that group that I was talking about reasonable, rational. Smart. He's part of that group that I think could lead the way for Republicans. And at some point maybe maybe this is just a naive, politically naive wish. But at some point they can actually get to the point where the two sides even though they're vastly apart on what they think about the future of Wisconsin, maybe at some point they can actually figure out some ways to actually get some things done. That's my hope. Well, speaking of legislation, there wasn't slate of legislation and bills and things introduced yesterday by some state Republicans centered around the cove in 19 pandemic and some relief efforts. Among those Measures would be creating a $100 Million fund to help with the public health emergency. They want to offer a weekly wrap an engine test for home use and also provide some guidelines for state employees to return to work. Now this is coming at a time as we mentioned where there's plenty of turnover in the State Assembly and the state Senate. It's also going to mean going to the table with Governor E version, it likely is not going to happen until after the Christmas and New Year holiday. Yeah, this is going to test that theory, right? Can they actually get something done? The governor's asked for more money for covert relief. The sticky points for me just looking at the list of proposals. Is that it seems like the Legislature's trying to get a little bit bit too much involved in the work of the school boards and the school district's and even some some measures about teacher requirements being in classroom. Ah, lot of this stuff has to be dictated by the pandemic. Now I know there's a lot of controversy about whether or not kids should be in school or not. Interesting thing about it is we seem to be lagging in the rest with the rest of the country on getting kids back in the classroom. Even Dr Anthony Fauci says kids need to be in school. That's not a controversial opinion anymore. I understand, though there's a lot of communities lots of school district in the state who are not Teaching in classroom Yet that has to change at some point figure out the right way to do it. Maybe it's those rapid the test that we're talking about those what they call Rapid Anthony Tennant the Energon test. If that happens, maybe that's the way you do it. Bottom line is testing. Some of it is the honor system, of course not sending kids to school. They're sick or teachers coming to school in this sick or staff, those air all big stories, but figuring these things out. I know this Wisconsinites want the Legislature and the governor, do something. Big question is, Can they do it More? The Steve Skip Edie show next on W..

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Little bit of Ah! Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Fun with audio. Thank you. Jordan Gazza housekeeper putting it together and the Unmistakeable voice of one Robin Williams, the late around away and genius comedic genius who Left far left this planet far too early. You know, it's funny when you When you play these things these clips every candidate makes mistakes. And, you know, I'm sure that you bite would like to take some of his back as with the president. Donald J. Trump like to as well, but it shows you there is some humor at play here we have to. I think not only think about the consequences of our votes, but also and this is this is something that has been diminished over time, But I don't know the time frame, but Less people willing to see humor. More people wings who get angry, frustrated. Whatever When it comes to politics, you see, you see the anger mostly on social media in a place out there ever each and every day, So it's our way of kind of lightening the mood in the room and you know we'll continue to do these things. There's there's so many. Opportunities to mix elected officials giving of Nancy Pelosi, who was made Quite a few number of quite a number of foibles over her long career in governments, and the Tony Evers is probably a I just thought about a good one for that. One. Tony Evers, Robin Voss. We might even make fun of Jim Stanek. Even though we loved in front of the show. We'll find something that he said that is somewhat goofy. Bottom line is everybody makes mistakes. You can still have fun, even an election even in the quote biggest election of our lifetime, which is a misnomer of misnomers. They're all the biggest collection of our lifetime, especially comes to presidents. Key decision making key votes. Are we ready for it? I have no idea. As we look towards November and who you're gonna vote for you do what you gotta do. Try to entertain you educate and engage you along the way. All right. I need a caller. For something we call virtual baseball. We might have a celebrity guests by the way tomorrow, working on it right now, as we speak, we'll not as I speak, but that was earlier. Let's go with collar number 5 to 85561616 20 play me and virtual baseball. I've had mixed results as of late CE. I know, Eric Bill said, is ready to tee up. Me and last yesterday was crazy. We had like a little six home runs. In the one inning. I know what was going on with his 707 on could be a record. I think it is a record. I believe that Carol Kane for for For all homerun that is a record. In one at bat. Four straight home runs is a record as long as we're playing virtual baseball efficient. That is the model of efficiency. So congrats to Carol candidate Did you end up winning yesterday? And remember? No. Well, she lost. You still lost. Four home runs, and she still lost. All right. Well, one of you lucky fans of the show is going to play me in virtual baseball sponsored by siding Unlimited. That is next right here on good old And new taste.

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"With audio. Thank you. Jordan Gazza housekeeper putting it together and the Unmistakeable Voice of one. Robin Williams later on the way and genius comedic genius who Left far left this planet far too early. You know, it's funny when you When you play these things, these clips every candidate makes mistakes and, you know I'm sure that Biden would like to take some of his back. As with the president down J Trump like to as well, but it shows you there is some humor at play here we have to, I think not only think about the consequences of our votes. But also and this is this is something that has been diminished over time, But I don't know the time frame, but Less people willing to see humor. More people willing to give angry, frustrated. Whatever When it comes to politics, you see if you see the anger, mostly on social media, and it plays out there ever each and every day So it's our way of kind of lightening the mood in the room and you know we'll continue to do these things. There's so many. Opportunities to mix elected officials think of Nancy Pelosi was made. Quite a few number of quite a number of foibles over her long career in the governments and the Tony Evers is probably a I just thought about a good one for that. One. Tony Evers, Robin Voss. We might even make fun of Jim Stanek. Even though we loved in front of the show. We'll find something that he said that is somewhat goofy. Bottom line is everybody makes mistakes. You can still have fun, even an election even in the quote biggest election of our lifetime, which is a misnomer of Miss numbers. They're all the biggest collection of our lifetime, especially comes to presidents. Key decision making key votes. Are we ready for it? I have no idea. As we look towards November and who you're gonna vote for you do what you gotta do. Try to entertain you educate and engage you along the way. All right. I need a collar for something we call virtual baseball. We might have a celebrity guests by the way tomorrow, working on it right now, as we speak, we'll not as I speak, but that was earlier. Let's go with collar number 5 to 85561616 20 play me and virtual baseball. I've had mixed results as of late CE. I know, Eric Bill said, is ready to tee up. Me and last yesterday was crazy. We have like six home runs. In the one inning. I know what was going on with 707 on could be a record. I think it is a record. I believe that Carol Kane for for For all homerun that is a record. In one at bat. Four straight home runs is a record as long as we're playing virtual baseball efficient. That is the model of efficiency. So congrats to Carol Kennedy. Did you end up winning yesterday? I remember no or she lost. You still lost. Four home runs, and she still lost. All right. Well, one of you lucky fans of the show is going to play me in virtual baseball sponsored by siding on limited that is next right here on good old And new but taste of a dog and a beer. The smell of fresh.

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Back tomorrow. Eric will stand alongside Jordan Gazza Rosky producing the big program is always and it is a big programme. Fascinating conversation I anticipate after nine o'clock talking about A comparison to the mask wars today. In comparison to 102 years ago. Today, there was a journalist, a reporter and author. TV host Does a little bit of everything out in the Seattle area that has put together a pretty remarkable piece and let me tell you The similarities are striking. Across many, many different what would you say? Realms of the mask debate, so we'll get to that. We will debut Great moments in vice presidential introduction. History will do that in the 10 o'clock hour. I have a question by the way to ask after a conversation at 907 to all of you, we're gonna play virtual baseball at 10 45. There continues to be and it's ramping up. Speculation of virtual basketball, making its first ever appearance in the daylight hours. Usually we do that on the nights program, but since we're taking you up to bucks at noon today, We may just have to break out little virtual basketball. I'm a much better virtual basketball player than I am a virtual baseball player. So we may do that on the 11 o'clock hour, all kinds of stuff to get to But we look across the console. Now we see the smiling, cheery face oven. Eric. Bill, stay. You look great. You You sound like Steve. Thank you. His compliments. Carol does as well. Hold on. No, stop it! Stop it. I'm like, but let's get to the headlines of the day. As we start out this Tuesday Well, today is the first deadline for Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonzo Morales. He has to meet for those 11 directives that have been issued by the Fire and Police Commission. It starts today. Cmdr. Ford's Rebecca Cloth Fire and Police Commission issued a strongly worded statement about the first directive Do saying quote. The conversation may be uncomfortable and scare others. That first directive is to give a public explanation on the use of tear gas in O C spray during the peaceful civil disturbances that happened in Milwaukee. Following the death of George Floyd in their statement, the PC says this directive has been shamelessly exploited and distorted. Yeah, the commissioner is upset because now more than 100 law enforcement entities have pulled officers from assisting with security during the DNC and the F C C. A little frustrated with that, because they feel that the police chief is dramatizing this A bit. So there is that aspect, right? So there's this directive that's issued today got to bring some of that information back. This comes as an open letter is now being sent to the mayor, asking Himto override the directives issued by the Fire and Police Commission. That letter's sent by Theresa Mercado of the Wisconsin Hispanic Scholarship Foundation, asking the mayor to put an end to this, and it's interesting because several leaders in several Latinos and others have signed this letter, including Nancy Hernandez, she tells TNT for news authority.

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And unfortunately, when you lose power or something like that happens speaking of travel or attempted travel Ryan Braun of the brewers. You know, you kinda need a passport to get to Canada. Even though we have a very familiar relationship with with the two countries. Well, he didn't have his passport. He couldn't go on their on their last Roach of the the preseason. Okay. And Ryan bronze defense Doug laid out this morning in his sports casts. The brewers haven't played quote unquote internationally in a couple of years, and they only go very not very often at all. But you'd think the brewers would have someone there to check on it. And maybe I can see you got a lot on your mind. You're getting ready for the you know, the season opening day just a couple of days away. But not a great moment at the airport. I wouldn't think their defense Ryan Braun probably was. You're gonna play much anyway. So you can probably have him sit back home, and relaxing and get ready for the big open around on Thursday, which we will be a part of Jeff Jeff Wagner, and it'll be Doug on Thursday morning at Miller park brewers game day live cannot weights. But for Ryan Braun embarrassing. I know they have an issue with his home and the fire situation in California. That's probably adding to this as well. Because when you try to scramble the put all your possessions together, your important stuff stuff like that kinda get misplaced or it can get put in a box where you don't necessarily know where it is. But if this was a regular season game, and they were going there, then I'd be a little more worried than national media would be all over was a regular season game story. So Ryan bronze going to be okay. He'll be ready for opening day. A little bit of travel for the the Viking cruise ship. Ryan braun. No passport. No entry to Canada. He'll be fine. We'll be fine. We'll see an opening day, Steve and Mike Spaulding. Eric has off today. Jordan Gazza Rousey producing. It's a rite of passage for every brewers fan as the boys of summer are back to defend their and Al central division. Crown? Don't miss WTMJ's opening day lives. We broadcast live from Miller park. Open Thursday from players coaches, Mr. baseball himself, Bob euchre as we get to set to kick off the twenty nineteen championship season is opening day. Live starting at nine AM this Thursday sponsored by century foods outdoor living unlimited and say back. I cannot wait picked up my media pass today. I'll be out at Miller park fairly early on Thursday, probably about seven thirty four. I think a nine o'clock start. It's always a lot of fun. The tailgaters usually beat me. There sounds like it's going.

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They were still on there for sixteen hours rocking back and forth. Wow. What if you're one of those people that suffers from nausea or seasickness that had to be an interesting time. I know my wife doesn't she has to put a little tab behind her ear the little sticker, and you can also take a pill to do the same thing. And that is a lot of people are affected by that. I luckily, I've been an boats. I've never had to worry about that begin at back and forth for eighteen hours on a cruise ship. Our not a good vacation. No, not great. And you said you had some questions and some travel officials I questioned two hundred passengers aboard the Viking sky left. Norway for a twelve day Northern Lights cruise when the ship's engine failed in rough seas passengers recording furniture flying parts of the stealing collapsing. Rescuers airlifting hundreds one by one tugboats finally helping the ship with nine hundred still on board back to port nine passengers hospitalized. One in critical condition. So fun on Viking again. I I took a cruise with them in the Mediterranean. They were amazing a great product great cruise ship great cruise line. And unfortunately, when you lose power or something like that happens speaking of travel or attempted travel Ryan Braun of the brewers. You know, you kind of need a passport to get to Canada. Even though we have a very familiar relationship with with the two countries. Well, he didn't have his passport. He couldn't go on their on their last road trip of the the preseason. Okay. And Ryan bronze defense tug laid out this morning in his sports casts. The brewers haven't played quote unquote internationally in a couple of years, and they only go very not not very often at all. But you'd think the brewers would have someone there to check on it. And maybe he got a lot on your mind. You're getting ready for the season opening day just a couple of days away. But not a great moment at the airport. I wouldn't think inner defense Ryan Braun, probably. Going to play much anyway, you can probably have him sit back home and relaxing and get ready for the big opener on Thursday, which we will be a part of Jeff Jeff Wagner, and it'll be in the dugout on on Thursday morning at Miller park brewers game day lot cannot weights. But for Ryan Braun embarrassing. I know they have an issue with this home and the fire situation in California. That's probably adding to this as well. Because when you try to scramble the put all your possessions, together, your important stuff stuff like that can kind of get misplaced or it can get put in a box where you don't necessarily know where it is. But if this was a regular season game, and they were going there, then a little more worried. Oh, the national media would be all over it wasn't regular season game. So Ryan bronze going to be okay. He'll be ready for opening day. A little bit of travel for you the the Viking cruise ship. Ryan braun. No passport. No entry to Canada. He'll be fine. We'll be fine. We'll see on opening day, Steve and Mike Spaulding erica's author Jordan Gazza Rousey, producing it's a rite of passage for every brewers fan is the boys of summer are back to defend their and central division. Crown? Don't miss WTMJ's opening day lives. We broadcast live from Miller park up is Thursday from players coaches, Mr. baseball himself, Bob euchre, as we get to set to kick off the twenty nineteen championship season is opening day. Live starting at nine AM this Thursday sponsored by century foods, outdoor living limited and say back law. I cannot wait picked up my media pass today..

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WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"A skeptic back data eight fifty four Scott worse with their Bill stat Jordan Gazza hausky, who by the way, I have not seen in two weeks. And yet yet. To show and to prove just how on-track we are Jordan. We we are dressed identically that was a week and a half ago. We are dressed identically. It is amazing. How that happens that they'll and nothing also the imagination for many are what are you guys wearing? That's identical. Well, we'll. We're not going to answer that. Yeah. It's kind of freaky. Embattled R and B singer R Kelly is back in custody. He's in Chicago jail after appearing in court for unpaid child support Kelly expected to remain in custody until he pays the one hundred and sixty one thousand dollars that he owes he of course, also faces sexual abuse accusations. Now, even new ones from a woman in Detroit who says he had sex with her in two thousand one when she was thirteen years old now are Kelly does have a crisis manager. His name is Daryl Johnson, I think he's a fighter. I think he's gonna fight. He believes what he believes more from Johnson said he does is. He also said that he made some mistake. He said he's politics is for some of the states that he may not sure if he believes what he believes is the right way to go because it may not still be something that's legal. But that's where he's at. He's still behind bars. His crisis manager said nothing about my client because he's not the lawyer said nothing about R Kelly being not guilty or innocent of the charges. He believes that he believes. Okay. I watched that interview the other day. He definitely believes that he believes I mean that was wow R Kelly if he's behind bars society is better for and that's where he is.

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WTMJ 620

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Happens every day. Hello, Jessie, similarites and others stories like that that was this week's edition of. It's the rule. Google Thursday edition, our show poll results next and a little bit more than that right here in WTMJ eleven forty. You know what I completely forgot about? Alaska and Hawaii. They're like in their own time zones. Right. Am I right on that? As far as when the polls actually Alaska's probably not, but Hawaii has got to be way way. So I love the people in Alaska Hawaii, I'm actually going Alaska, my listener cruise in June. So I apologize if they're offended, but I'm probably know how Alaska. I don't really. Is though defeats the whole purpose of your point. Is that you shouldn't be speculating shouldn't be calling something before. It's counted the coverage should begin once. The polls are already closed in kaput. Let me let me give you a glimpse inside my brain, not everything I say is going to be rocket science. They're going to be some flaws here. Because clearly the delineation here is that. I don't rule the world for probably good reason. But it's just some of the frustrations. I have I think I speak for every man, right? When I say some of these things he's are things that people are mad about member. We do there ought to be a law and people used to make up laws mostly traffic. I'm expanding that traffic to the things that the breaking news of the day, the presidential politics could be fun stuff. Valentine's Day, Saint pa-. Maybe Saint Patrick's Day, we'll do something Saint Patrick's Day is a weekend this year that's dangerous. Some somebody on the shelf to tell you the time when the closest ever came to being arrested was actually on Saint Patrick's Day in the beautiful city of Oshkosh Wisconsin closest every candidate in my imagination. Yeah. It wasn't. It's not that exciting. But, you know, the officer said basically here the quit snapshot, I was I was drinking as everyone. Remember Oshkosh used to be known for that. Right. The Saint Patrick's Day celebration office. I think I bumped into an officer. And he said do that again, you'll be arrested that was my clothes called not that exciting. Right. But that was my close call. One of the textures asked. If that's your voice on Steve rule the world, Jordan. That's actually, my voice. Yeah. The the adults dulcet what's the what's the word there. Good melodious is easier word that's the motives voice of one Jordan Gazza else. Kiara Lusters produce. I mean, I wouldn't say that Steve maybe let's use a different word not how about scratchy scrapped together, scratchy. I think so. All right. Well, anyway, so now that scratchy voice is going to give us our show poll results, which I read the question, then we'll get to the okay. So here's the question reports suggests special counsel Robert Muller is only a week away. Or so from concluding his investigation. Do you think it will validate President Trump's claims that there was no collusion? So on Facebook sixty nine percent said yes, while thirty one percent said no unto Witter little closer fifty three percents that. Yes. While forty seven percent said no doesn't surprise me. I think I think most Americans are coming to that realism. Station. And you talked about this earlier. I think most people at this point would think there was a bomb. It something would have been leaked or came out about what that bond with bound show with beard, or the big shoe to drop or whatever term you want to use. We just don't seem like that's where we're going with this thing everything right now is just kind of reading the tea leaves and seeing who's been indicted in how in what they're looking for in each case. So I don't know. I don't know. I'm not sure if you could say there's nothing there there might be a little smoke yet. Here's like a news question. So that's going to happen some point in your future. But he's not releasing the reports. To the public as you're listening to the attorney general bar who then can do whatever he wanted. But that's not going to be immediate. So we're gonna be doing stories based on. Well, I gave them the report. That's really the story in my point is they're not done. There are too many things still out there. Too many cases. Roger stone's, you brought up Manafort, the Manafort cases, still floating out there. There are plenty of others to it. It's not a done deal yet. So I'm shocked that it can just be wrapped up. There's no way can wrap up next week. We're gonna find out, but I can already see the tension on the networks. That are looking for things to talk about. So they've already kind of pivoted to what's next. Now the cases you're talking about southern district New York, the house committee investigations, that's where they're going. They will not be happy as I said with whatever Muller comes up with. It's always going to be about what the next big scandal is about this president, and to be honest and be fair. The president has kind of invited some of that upon himself with his treatment of the press and their treatment of him. It kind of goes both ways. All right. Well, we'll wrap up my show handed off to Mr. Scott wars, Jerry data. That's every day. It's different around here. Jerry baiter filling in for Jeff Wagner, whose on some tropical vacation somewhere. I'm sure Sinn key west key. Wow. Key west nice. That's coming up next right here in WTMJ. My.

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WTMJ 620

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Good morning, Wisconsin. Video on this. Thursday's weakest flying by. Having an awesome day out there. We are having a great day in studio. Eric Bill stead, Steve's Kapiti, Jordan Gazza rows. Of course, the ten o'clock hour the four at San don't forget today and tomorrow as well, six annual bites and brews four pack of tickets, you can be going. It's March second. But you gotta get them all rights when I talk about the number at the end of the four at Tantawi lead with this one his first big decision. New Wisconsin, Tony vetoes an income tax cut Bill his first showdown with the Republican led legislature. No tax cut. What do you think? This was expected. Right. Absolutely veto, no surprises. You know? It's one of those things that they both actually had some agreement. It was part of that transition period. They're all getting along with each other and saying the right things, which is I guess not uncommon. But when the stark reality of divided government hits you in the forehead with a two by four. This is kind of what we get. So he does this go back to the legislature. I don't believe they can. They don't they don't have the votes. So we are going to be sitting here talking about for the next few months. What we do, you know, the big difference with some Republicans supported using the surplus. Governor Davis supported eliminating some manufacturing tax credits to fund his he what he said it was a permanent tax cut Bill. Not a one off. I think for all of us are sitting here paying taxes. We just want a tax. I had Mike Nichols on the other day from badger institute talking about we are still in many ways, pretty heavily tax states. And if you look at that that reality, even though we've had some good news in the last eight years. We're at a political stalemate. What do we do about it? And you know, what the answer is not much. We can do. But I don't see either side changing their mind. Yeah. But that's that's on them. Then isn't it? Of course, it has to do anything about it. Yes. You can you guys can figure out a deal. You can come from is in the short term. Yes. It's about them. But the next step of that equation. Is who sends those folks there? We're gonna find out pretty pretty quickly here. What political stalemates feel like you've seen it in Washington right for quite a while. It's pretty rare to have anything other than I in the elected officials were out on the show. Always throw it out. There was a we had this great bipartisan come on. That's the stuff that. No, one cares. Give me the meat's meat potato stuff. And there's a lot more a lot more harmony going on there. And that's where we're at in the state of Wisconsin. We have two groups identified by party, Republicans and Democrats who have vastly different ideas. And this when you can actually make the case, it is a clear demonstration Republican party seems to align themselves with corporate America and on this one twenty he says, I don't wanna give manufacturers that tax credit to the degree. We are doing it. I want to get that money back so taxpayers. He says is for the middle class. The same thing that Republicans are saying middle class tax cut. They're just getting at it in a different way. So I'm a positive person people tell me that all the time, you're a positive person. Although not allowed to the Texas early on in the program. I was getting a lot of that on the Justice molest story and the ISIS, Brad. Sometimes you gotta talk about the tough stuff. I'm a positive person. We have a surplus, and we have some different ideas on how we can get to a more permanent Tasca, maybe Tony universe. Mandela Barnes, some of his democratic lawmakers can sit down with Jim Steiner keys and Robin bosses and the Scott FitzGerald. All right. So either you can't win here. You're not gonna win Republicans. You're not gonna win governor. Because. It's not going to happen. You look weak. If you bend is that the issue that is the essence, my friend. Eric Bill stead of the problem of politics because what's the dirty word now compromise? That's the dirty word of politics. Some people ideologues mostly extremists think if you ever give in to the other side, then you are rhinos Republicans name only year a snowflake to use that term. You are nuts. Chew cheer. Party and your ideals. Now somebody who actually lived in in that chair in a much smaller role. That's not how the world works. So that's even that how businesses work at the end of the day. You have to decide what's the best strategy of action. And then you have to act on it. Well, politics is about everyone having a different opinion. What the best strategy is. And then never acting very really acting out of. That's the classic problem politics. I understand politics. Very well. But here we are sitting here trying to figure this thing out. And right now neither side can win with where they're at the only way that all of us get a tax cut is if they come to some solution. Do I think that's likely not in the near future? But something's gotta give to quote, a I think Jack Nicholson movie something's gotta give here and. Maybe maybe it's a combination of part surplus, maybe save some of that money for something else or use it for another purpose that benefits people. Maybe it's not hammering manufacturers is he started going after manufacturers what's next going after the dairy producers. They're already having a tough time. Great story in the journal sentence morning long form story by Rick Barrett. On the increasing worry stress anxiety of of small dairy farmers in the state of Wisconsin. So going after those folks because that was also part of the Tony original plan. They hit some agricultural benefits that is not a strategy. That's gonna win. Anything any support? So ultimately, they're going to have to figure it out. And that that confidence going to happen in the short term. And maybe we're not gonna Tasca. And maybe that's because two sides couldn't come to some reasonable conclusion about politics, and what to do for the people of Wisconsin. That's number one of our four attend the four biggest stories in Milwaukee, the states and the world touched on it at the beginning of the shell special counsel Muller ready to wrap it up. What does it all mean? That's number two for a ten right here. WTMJ the.

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WTMJ 620

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Good morning, Scott. Ciro here at Radio City zero right on the head doesn't have might be the first time I've ever looked at that little temperature gauge and it said zero good morning. Hope you are warm wherever you are at home in your vehicle, traveling to work or going off to do whatever you're going to do today. We are kind of in the ramp up to what is going to be maybe I should say ramp down until you very very cold next couple of days record cold. We're actually going to talk to my heating guy after the first break sound lucky from radio sounds heating. Just to get a sense. There's a lot of social media buzz about what to do with this extremely cold weather. This minus twenty range temperature is and our and ask him about what he thinks is the proper way to deal with that. So ask him about that in about eight minutes or so we're going to get the little bit update from Debbie Lazaga. She ready Jordan, not ready yet. We're going to get a brief update on the black guy situation. That's coming to work this morning coming up. I forty three you could you could notice. On the pavement looked like it was dry, but it was actually icy black ice, they call it. Lots of cars spun out, of course, we had the big issue up on I forty three road closing the freeway down some places, and they're still dealing with that mess. So I guess my message for everybody is slow down. There's no reason to rush those folks, and I've talked about it before those folks who like to drive seventy miles an hour, regardless of weather conditions. You're the problem and mess it up for everybody else. And everybody needs a slowdown. My guess is tomorrow. Might be equally as bad because that's some pretty cold weather that we're in store for and if you're late to work your way to work absolutely to Russia, hopefully, have an understanding employer. I know we do hear a great show today. Eleven o'clock hour, we're going to talk about CBD oil. It's being added to a lot of different products. Lotions cocktails and beers. Do you think it's safe? That's coming up at eleven thirty five. What do you think about it? It's really really transforming products across this country and a lot of different things. And I'm gonna give you the the pros and cons. I've already heard from some friends who said I use it, and I've had great success with it. So we'll we'll give you that that evidence as well. Eleven oh seven I've talked about this briefly before but the the influx of smart home devices, I was at Sam's Club over the weekend. And I saw that they have their own kind of product line of these devices, turn your lights signs home security cameras at your front door bell all the things that kind of catching fire now with consumers. But are they safe when you say, it's a smart home? Is it really that smarts in the era or the age of hackers and ID theft and really just invasion of privacy. Is this the way we are going is this truly smart? That's at eleven o. Seven course, the ten o'clock hour the four at ten sponsored by all right, home and remodeling. Certainly gonna talk about the big chill coming. Well. It's actually on its way today, and we'll be facing that for a couple of days. The sad story in Houston. The officers injured the suspects suspects killed during a shootout Roger stone making the news being in court today. Tom Brokaw, stepping in it a little bit on Sunday's meet the press will play some of his interview. And where he went off the rails. And maybe maybe a little bit about where he didn't. And the the key word to remember about that conversation assimilation is that a dirty word now, and we'll play as I said, we'll play some of his comments with the with the folks that meet the press from Sunday morning about ten forty five or so actually about ten thirty five at ten forty five. We're gonna talk about my Alaskan cruise you gotta listener trip coming up next June. We're going to bring in carrot Garrett Kusa for from eastbound crews and travel, and we're talking about the specifics got a big event Thursday night where you can actually see what we're going to be up to honor Alaskan cruise the whale watching all the logistics beautiful ship Norwegian bliss, so he's all the details about ten forty five. We'll do also Facebook live for the folks who wanna see some of that conversation. We'll be up on Facebook live as well. Nine o'clock hour, more political. Conversation. We haven't done a lot lately, but we're gonna talk about education student outcomes with some folks from the scouts institute for law and liberty and he typically joins me on Monday. But James Whitson, the editor, right, Wisconsin. Join me for a little conversation about the shutdown where that stands as we're in this kind of transitional period for three weeks, the battle between Donald Trump, and and speaker, Nancy Pelosi and also in Wisconsin politics. The kind of the decision by Tony Iverson. Josh call on the ObamaCare law suits, and what that might mean for the future in politics in the state of Wisconsin. But as I said, we're we're dealing with this cold snap. And it was okay this morning. Temperatures weren't too bad. I I was joking with the afternoon, folks. John and Melissa and Greg yesterday joined the show, and we're talking about getting to work early tomorrow could be one of those days to you might want to plan a little bit earlier and see if you can you can make that trip or that can meet a little bit easier. So we'll we'll definitely talk about the weather on the show today. And of course, tomorrow it'll be big part as well. Anything from Debbie there ya not yet. But driving into work this morning. It took me an hour to get here. Yeah. You're up in the. Yeah. So what was the what was the situation? Southbound not so bad. But northbound I have never seen so many backups before people are trying to get off on port Washington road. I don't think that's the best bet because there's so many cars some kind of like a bottleneck meeting. The best bet is probably to get off the Good Hope road. Take good road west to let's say highway fifty seven that's Green Bay avenue. Take remain avenue north to MAC ones. That's the best. I think that's the best way backup. Traffic reporter, Jordan, Gazza Rousey, also serving as my producer. So he knows it because he comes down that route every morning, so.

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WTMJ 620

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twelve fifty Jeff Wagner is off. I'm Scott worse with Eric Bill. Jordan, Gazza Rousey is producing the show here this afternoon. Somebody else recommended. Snow piercer with Chris Evans. That's another movie set in a frigid frigid train on a train set in a future where a failed climate change experiment. Kills all life on the planet, except for a lucky few who boarded the snow piercer a train that travels around the globe where a class system. Just no I was talking runaway train nine hundred eighty five. Jon voight. Then looks like Jon Voight. But it's Jon Voight. Right. He has been very patient. He's in Walla tosa in. It is John. We're talking about some of the worst jobs to be had to have on a day like this. Hi, john. Good afternoon. Afternoon. How you doing today staying warm as I hope everybody is what is your job that you want to add to the list? I don't know if they're doing any downtown bridges this year, but back in early sixties I worked on the Broadway street bridge, and then was twenty eight degrees below zero. Frozen and underneath those bridges. It's like a wind tunnel. Rights and electricity. That'd be out there in that all day long. I think I've ever experienced in anything. And of course, I think maybe you fast forward now here. Now, what if one of those bridges what if it somehow malfunctions now, obviously, they're not operating right now because the rivers frozen, and there aren't ships going underneath or going underneath. But good point if one of those bridges should some sort of function right now, you need that thing to be working. So all right, John that is a good one electrocutions that have got to be out there. Scene wallet, Tulsa. Hey, troy. Good afternoon. You have a nominee. Hey, how you doing this afternoon? Good. What is what's the one? You wanted to bring up. Well, the one saying, well, you know, heard you guys talking about the fire. Mommy falls. So my number one would be a firefighter as I was a former firefighter Emami falls everhart job during the winter. And then my second would be before. I was a fireman. I was eating utility locator. So you guys are talking about water main breaks and these different things. Well, the guys who have to go out there and locate these things and find the water mains and find the electrical lines usually there on the curb. So you're in like four or five feet of snow walking all day trying to find these wines that they don't get it. Or you know, when the crew's going big up, the water names or different things. So that's a tough job. It'd be out here right now all day long in the cold, locating electric lines. Gas wine. Troy is that utility locator job. Is that still something that has to be done on a day like this? Yes, it has to be done all the time twenty four seven. I if there's a water main break, if there's a gas leak, if there's electrical ironed out, you gotta be out there, and you have to be there the whole time that the crew is they're so for instance, like when I was a locator a terminal blew up down by summer fest. The no wintertime, I was out there for eight hours with electrical crew out there located electrical lines in the snow putting flag painting, and then you can think about when people drive in the street, they run over the the paint. So it gets washed away. So they endured there again reporting orange down. So they know where everything that. So that's a tough job to know the winter when it's cold like this hatred. Got a good point earlier. What about how do you how do you concentrate? How do you focus when you're this cold? It is hard. You know, you gotta you gotta get back in your truck and get warmed up every year. Fifteen twenty minutes because when it's this cold out there, you know, you're out there and within five minutes your froze, you know, especially if you're walking in deep snow your cold. So you gotta get back in your truck and warm up and then get right back out there. So I it's hard. But you know, you gotta do it. That's what the paycheck calls for it does. And there are those jobs, and that's one of them where if something goes wrong, it has got to be addressed right away. You can't wait for it to get back zero. It's an it's an emergency situation. You have to get out there. Right. Then right now and make sure that people able to like again, if it's a water main break people get their water cut off you gotta get there and located so people can get back online. It's electrical line down. If somebody hits a poll, you know, you've got to get out there and locate that stuff, so people can't get back online all of our stuff. Now is you know, where online with everything? So if you're Lecter goes out or your cable goes out you need that right away. So the locators who out here who do that job? It's a hard job. It really is during this time you sold me. Thanks for the call. Troy. Wow. That is a tough one L squeak in one more here. Jeff and southbound walkie. Hey, Geoff, Garin WTMJ. Lukasz? The only caveat. Now is that today most schools are closed. It used to be really stood out in has you are a crossing guard. Yes. And you were out there yesterday. Schools. I thought. The schools were on yesterday. There were a couple of. Wow. I got a couple of complaining about the clothes. Close. To that is we'll see I I would always say just the opposite. Like people always back in my day, the schools never clothes. Right. Uphill. Do a good job. And a lot of it is just the integrity and the safety of the kids that that's why you do you're not doing it for the perks. Right. Thanks for the call. Jeff. Appreciate it. Let's squeak in one more here. Let's go to Don in Grafton. Don, you're on WTMJ. This is a good one down. And we have not mentioned it. Tribuna garbage man being in a rare lung truck having to get in and get out grabbed a card side of the snow drifts eater freezing. Baddies throws. It's not fun. I did it for fifteen years and. I figured I'd be a smart, and I'm driving a semi. That's not funny. Either. Green Bay right now. And and it's interesting, but it is a garbage, man. Yeah. Thanks for the call. That is a there was somebody who texted in something similar to that garbage removal. We're was it that would be tough, especially because a lot of the garbage. If people put it out before the plows go through it's like half buried you. Gotta like dig out that can. Yeah. The nine to zero said I worked for advanced disposal. Private garbage company, and we are picking up garbage today. Plus because some aren't they've suspended some especially for the city's different cities disavows have suspended their garbage pickup right now. But this person says, no, we're picking up garbage today. Plus, we are residential we get out at every stop. We don't use the arm trucks. But he does say or the nine zero does say, it's a dry cold. It's a dry heat. Can it be a dry cold? Perhaps look there's no right or wrong answer. We've certainly hit a whole slew of careers and jobs that have to happen. Whether it's right now, eleven degrees below zero before you even take into account the wind chill. Or whether it's a beautiful seventy five and sunny things have to happen. Life moves on life goes on for a lot of people. And man, if you're out there doing it more power to you. Join WTMJ.

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WTMJ 620

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Jay five day forecast. Wind chill warning remains in effect for southeastern Wisconsin. High temperatures around minus thirteen this afternoon, but wind chills in the minus forty four tonight mainly clear and frigid low temperatures back into the twenties below zero. We'll go minus twenty one lakeside, minus twenty-seven inland, wind chills. Minus thirty five minus forty five for Thursday. Increasing clouds still bitter, cold minus forty in the morning, then minus twenty in the afternoon with a high of zero Friday a chance of snow in the morning dust up to one inch possible, then some sun high eighteen for Saturday, mostly sunny to cloudy with a chance of sprinkles in milder, high thirty eight and for Sunday, cloudy and mild with drizzle possible and a high all the way up to forty four. I'm meteorologist Brian is Nance get storm team. Forecasts WTMJ barometric pressure is steady the Lake Michigan. Water. Temperature is thirty eight degrees right now in Madison, it's sixteen below in Green Bay. It's minus thirteen in Waukesha. It's eighteen below in Milwaukee, fourteen below zero get the latest breaking news, traffic and severe weather right here. I'm Eric Bill said NewsRadio WTMJ. Twelve o nine away. We go on this Wednesday January thirtieth Scott Morrison for Jeff Wagner, Eric Bill status here, Jordan, Gazza rows ski continues the marathon producer shift that is his Wednesday. We are at fourteen below right now. You know, it begs the question begs a lot of questions, but begs the question, yes, I realized that there are certain temperatures below zero at which you can do more damage to the skin it can do more damage to people than others. It's fourteen below right now does that when you walk outside does genuinely feel any different than if it were seven below or if it were twenty one below I I can test that at some point it is. So it's so cold that you really cannot sense a difference when you walk outside it is so freezing. That you really can't. Hey, you know, what it's five degrees. Colder now than it. Wasn't this morning? I agree with you there. But it's the wind chill that does it because when you walk out and there's no wind chill. Yeah. I think you can survive just fine. But when that windshield takes every ounce of heat away from your body. No matter how bundled up you are no matter how much coffee you drink. Everything is gone. You can see the heat leaving your body y'all blown off your body to that point. Maybe the most fascinating or incredible thing that I'm trying to. Rapper my head around right now is the fact that let's say look in some areas, especially well inland with the wind chill in the overnight hours. Looking at sixty sixty five below correct, especially inland. On sunday. Many people are going to see low forties that is a one hundred degree temperature improvement, but temperature changes in the matter of three days four days where and I genuinely asked us where on this planet. Could you find a one hundred degree change in the matter of three or four days? Honestly, where where where is that even something that is a regular happenstance? That is incredible. What we can sit here on Sunday and say, hey, remember four days ago, when it was one hundred degrees colder with the wind chill breaking off than it is now.

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WTMJ 620

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Good morning, Wisconsin. Eight thirty five Steve's Kapiti in-studio Radio City got some snow common. I was off yesterday. Several of the hosts that you listen to WTMJ. Enjoy the day off yesterday wasn't really productive yesterday. Jordan, my producer, Jordan, Gazza rouse. And I watched a lot of TV a lot of bad TV did obviously a little reading for the show today. But it was a weekend of not moving much, which is not a good thing. Well, sometimes you need that. Yeah. I guess you look at it that way kinda recharged. But the thing is Jordan this this is a year. And at the end of last year. I haven't worked a full week in in about six weeks. Really? Yeah. I've been I've been off so much holidays vacation days days off like yesterday holidays, man. That's crazy. Anyway, we we have a great show today. We're gonna talk about a lot of different things. We're not gonna solve the NFL officiating crisis. As I needed to nor are we going to end the government shutdown. Although we're going to talk about that at eleven thirty five there's a there's a great op Ed in the journal sentinel on Sunday written by the owner of Robert Half diamonds Brett, you'll Berg, and he's going to join me to talk about this thing. His idea. His is should we find politicians those in Washington DC as long as we have a shutdown? Interesting take on I think what a lot of us are starting to realize is is a problem here. We have we have men and women we send in Washington DC. We elect them get great salaries north of one fifty I believe probably great perks as well. The to Washington DC talk a lot some of them end up on my show talking about how we gonna fix this. But you know, what we we never get to whenever we get to a resolution on that. So he's going to join me and eleven thirty five we're going to try to see if perhaps his idea will gain some momentum as we now celebrate their celebrates the right word one month of the shutdown in our country, Robert tax CEO owner, Robert you'll very at eleven thirty five Lebanon, seven she's in one of four women are running for the democratic nomination for president Kamala, Harris and. Is it time for a woman president we had a chance last time. Those of you who are Hillary Clinton supporters. I wasn't one of those. Is it time for a woman president now those of us on the other side of the Republicans would say, where's our women candidates? And I've said many times Nikki Haley kind of falls into that category for me, but there's probably some other women out there, and we've had other candidates in the past and haven't really gotten through the primary process is it time for a woman. President Republicans Democrats. What do you think is that moments is this the moment, we have a woman president twenty twenty? We'll talk about that eleven o. Seven course at ten o'clock hour, the four at ten we're going to start with Brian Danske from today's TM J four meteorologist, what should we expect looks like the rush hour today is going to be fairly interesting through the evening. Tonight's going to be shoveling or snow blowing Jordan rolled out. The the drought is over. I rolled out the errand snow thrower. I gotta tell you somebody who hasn't ever purchased one of these things before. Shovel work like a champ. Yeah. You burn right through it. Twenty minutes. We got about seven maybe eight inches with with the high spots. Now. Just to warn you the snow we received today, we'll be of a different variety. You'll heavier little heavier viscosity, maybe maybe break it up to like three inches. Well, this is a good way to just check out and see see what El- gusts can do. Well, I mean, let's in full disclosure. My wife did most of it. I kind of directed her because she had never operated direct. She wanted to do it, you know, but she's learning as well as well as I was, and then I went out and did it again, the end of the up after it was all don't know the because the plows come through and a mess up into your driveway, but errands nice job. I worked worked great. And hopefully, everybody else of the same same result with their with their so remove I see you had your kids out there. And they take care of business for me earn their rent money. So we're going to get a little taste of that again. And now for any of us who who enjoy the snow drought of what forty seven days. Period's over we return to more normal January game thrones reference winter is coming. Yeah. I think what is here beyond just coming. It's here now and we've seen it now with a cold taps now. The snow more that way. So we'll get into that. In the ten o'clock hour with four at ten. I wanna ask you a question at nine thirty five I was doing some reading over the weekend. And it was about our habits and our customs in the wintertime. This is all prompted by story. I ran I can't remember where I read it about where you set your thermostat in your house. During the winter. So if I was gonna ask Jordan where do you set your thermostat or your or your parents where did they set their thermostat at the in the wintertime? Joins on the phone sixty eight for me, sixty eight and six now, we dial it down. We're not in the house us to and at night. We dial it would you be surprised to hear? There's people that keep it at seventy four seventy two. And you know, these people are that sounds expensive. I wanna hear from anybody. That is one of these people they walk around in the in the middle of winter with shorts on tank tops, summer flipflops. Like, hey, it's summer. My house is like a normal thing for Wisconsin is to do are they transplanted southerners. What what's the story line there? Because in the wintertime, we keep our house sixty eight or cooler. Okay. We throw a sweatshirt on you wear socks or slippers. It seems like the more than normal thing. Right. Am I am? I misreading at sixty seventy two to seventy four. It seems toasty razz a little more, and there's a whole germ thing. Right. And we're gonna we're gonna talk to a heating expert to tell me. So he's going to tell us time lucky the guy that actually put my furnace than what the right temperature is. Is there a right number or is it just personal preference? What makes the furnace run best? What makes us healthier if he knows maybe bring a medical expert as well? So making way in four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. What's the right temperature? That's at nine thirty five. I gotta take a break. We're gonna come back and talk some football from the viewing perspective, some of the things I noticed over the weekend as as watching the championship games. AFC NFC. We'll talk about the national anthem the excessive whistling happened at the New Orleans game. I know it's a thing for them. But drives me nuts. It's a classic get off my lawn. That's all coming up next right here in WTMJ. What's keeping you up at.

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07:59 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I am Scott wars in four Steve's graffiti Eric Bill status here. Jordan, Gazza Rousey ski is here. Steve is back tomorrow. We will be with you a little bit longer than normal. We'll take you up until bucks basketball as has been the tradition now for some time in the NBA. They usually have a slate of matinee games on Martin Luther King junior day. And that's the situation that the Buxton themselves in today. So it's a bucks basketball at twelve thirty. So there's no Jeff Wagner show because of it, which means what the heck sit back relax, and let us take you for over the next four hours up until bucks at twelve thirty today, the number of stories over the weekend that we're going to dive into and one of them is slowly developing, and that is the story out of Washington DC, and what happened over the weekend when you had really three different groups three different organizations all marching on the capital. As is their right to do. And they converge on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and the video that was released initially or clips of the video that were initially released lead many to jump to a certain conclusion and now with twenty four forty eight hours of the news cycle churning through forty eight hours later, maybe people jumped to conclusions. There's a lot to unpack with that. And we'll get to that as well. Also, it's interesting, Eric we're now in day thirty one this is officially day thirty one of the partial government shutdown and we're starting to see some. I don't know what I say cracks in the systems that had been to this point for the most part operating. Pretty seamlessly talking about TSA were they have reported over the weekend that employees calling in calling in sick. They're just saying I'm not coming in getting paid. That is starting to come a story now. Yeah. And and you wonder how long that can go. We were talking about this. How long would you work in good faith like two weeks? I'm just trying to think I maybe two weeks before you like you don't what need every paycheck and God. I know that there's a lot at the end of the tunnel. I'd like to think that I would be Mr. integrity. No, I will work. It is my duty as a public servant as a as a government employee. I will show up for work. Even if I not getting a paycheck at the. Thirty one days in integrity starts to wear away. We'll we'll dive into that. Hopefully here before the end of the show because I I have a hard time faulting, these TSA employees who are just saying. You know, what a nuts enough? I'm not gonna show up. I got something else. Going on today. Thing. I gotta do. A hair appointment, I gotta get my. So we'll get to all that. What is the biggest story nationally right now at eight forty A M? What do you think? Aside from the cold weather, which is a pain. I'm saying the New Orleans Saints getting gypped from Super Bowl fifty three. I realized how. I realize had this been the Packers. We would maybe go wall to wall. Devote the entire show to this. And let's be honest. The Packers have you can make the case have had more heartbreaking playoff defeats over the last decade than anybody. Whether it was due to an officials caller not they've just passed. Some really heartbreaking losses. But could you make the claim that what happened to the saints yesterday was is was one of the most agree GIS mistakes by officials to end a playoff game of any sport? Ever. It's not even close though, the headline in New Orleans today is RAFI unbelievable, which I think is great. It's a picture of the guy getting tackled before the ball comes this one is so obvious. There's no question. I don't think I can remember a call so blatantly obvious now there are a few that have happened during the regular season Seattle that kind of thing in this case though in a game that decides the NFC title. Jets for people who don't who didn't see it didn't know what we're talking about. There was a pass interference. Not called. But there was pass interference on a pass attempt. That would have set up the saints for a first down. They could've run the clock out. There could have set up a field goal. That would have wanted basically at the gun as opposed to the field goal. They got which allowed the Rams to combat Hyatt. They go to overtime and Los Angeles is going to the Super Bowl. The NFL. They didn't waste any time. Sean Payton is the head coach of the saints. And he actually got a phone call. Before he made it to the post game press conference podium. He got a phone call from the NFL saying, we got it wrong. Alberto river on who's the head of officiated has said, I think I'm paraphrasing here we screwed up. And I think that may be the exact words he was we screwed up the this as of late last night, though, the NFL has decided against issuing an official statement. See I think one comes out today. Let's see everyone knows this is according to profootballtalk NBC. Everyone knows that the officials blew a key non call late in the title game. The team knows that the players know what the fficials note, the league knows that a leak employee has said, so that's what I said that he told the coach, but the league is reverse course, on its plan to formally admitted for now purlee source the NFL has decided to a refrain at least four tonight. So this was from issuing a statement saying that the crew failed to call pass interference. See I wonder what you could actually do. There's a lot of strategy discussion being thrown out there. Now, do you do you give a coach the chance to throw a flag on something? Like this just like they do with the. When they want an instant replay, call can you throw in an orange colored flag or strikes red flag is something to say, hey, can we don't even know how that would work. I didn't even know if that's an idea that would even could even be fathomable. But in this case, it was so obvious. I don't think you could ever do that. I don't think I can think of three or four different logistical problems with doing it in last night's instance. And I haven't even thought it through all the way, I don't think you can have a situation where a coach can I want to challenge that that was pass interference. It happened. Under two minutes to go on the clock. Right. Yeah. So all challenges after two minutes as we're told come from above right from the booth. Boy, I don't know. So what is it a fan? I don't neither am I could care less who won the game. But what do you deem an agreed call that a coach could challenge, right? Yeah. See that would be the question. How can you even do it? And if you challenging you're wrong, quote, unquote, what's the penalty? Whether you lose a time out like you do during the replay. Or do you? Do you get like a fifteen yard push back? I don't know there is one element. And we won't spend a lotta time on this. If you want to weigh in on this anything throughout the morning, you can always chime in and the accurate mortgage talk and text line four one four seven nine nine one six twenty four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. We're not gonna spend a lot of time on this. Because it does not impact the Green Bay Packers. And that's all we ultimately care about around here. Right. But there is one element of that non called that struck me even more so than people claiming it should have been pass interference. There's something else that was kind of ironic about what was not called. We'll share that next. It's eight forty five. Scott and Eric in for Steve on a Monday morning. Hey nowadays, you never know when you'll need some cash when.

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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09:09 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Twenty seven these pretty on this Tuesday on WTMJ. Thanks for listening as always. Lots of things swirling around in the news. And we always try to find the the four biggest stories as we said Milwaukee state in the world and number one the latest on the Jimmy clause case number two the shut down which is frustrating on a lot of different levels. You think it's frustrating from your perspective, put yourself in the shoes of those federal employees. And I know a lot of people have this angst and anger about federal employees and the government. The folks are just doing their jobs, whether it's air, traffic control or park system, whatever they do their work. They do it at a at a high level. I think they deserve to be paid. And right now, that's not happening. So I think that's the anger there is that something's gotta give here and right now Republicans and Democrats not getting any closer to a resolution number three. Has to do with Tony coming in one of the things that people like the highlight is just things they see and one of the high profile stories that was out there for a couple of days was the fact that the governor's staff whereas departments remove the open for business signs, replacing them with a little sign that said governor Tony ears, which is not new other governors have done that I was a big fan of the open for business signs, and I would have liked to see them. Stay gonna probably kept that an added a little thing about the the governor. But whatever I'm not going to blow them up for that. Well, w was came in Milwaukee yesterday, and he was kind of talking to business and political leaders as he starts to talk about our governor. What am I gonna do? And what are the things he thinks he said to the Greater Milwaukee committee was this is not an anti business administration. This is a pro business administration administration that cares about the people Wisconsin. So he's talking about things though, not necessarily. I would say pro business ideas. He's talking about. Spending Medicaid education spending increases, and I don't know if that's what the business community wants to hear. But I think the message the overall message is good again, people can argue about corporations and companies and what they have done or not done for employees. Corporations drive our economy, and you can bash them and not like some of the decision making them do not like the fact they pay the CEO's. Extraordinary salaries legitimate complaints. And I hear that all the time in the cost of healthcare now shifting from the employer to the employee. I get all that stuff. But businesses matter and in a state that scene. Let's be honest Democrats. Went from deficit to surplus lawn. Employments Konami booming. Let's be honest about that. Under a different administration. I think all of our interests would be that we'd like to see that continue. So that the message is good from Tony. Uber's the new governor of Wisconsin. But I think he's going to have a lot of heavy lifting to do to keep that message on track and going forward is a lot of raised eyebrows. From the business community says what are you gonna do? Here. Are you going to maintain or blow this up and a lot of a lot of folks are let's just say cautiously optimistic but also a little bit concerned as well. So that's number three of our four at San. Always enough food saw coming out of the ten thirty news from Mr. Jordan Gazza rows can produce in the show as always Monday through Friday for me. Thank you, Jordan. Let me recap the four ten if you're interested in in winning those repertory theatre tickets to the junk show, and that's a great great production, by the way, everything to do with the rep is cool. I've seen a lot of their productions over the years. So number one update on the Jamie Klaus hearing yesterday, Jake Patterson now in custody and really facing some serious charges in that case. Number two, the shutdown continues to the dismay of the federal employees who are not getting paid. And I think really the paint will be felt by all of us fairly soon here number three Sony. Eager says, he's pro business take him for what he what what that's worth number four. Interesting story. Eric Milwaukee alderman. Tony's alinsky. He's building. A new residents in Bayview and the pictures of this are amazing looks more like an office building than than a house looked at the houses in his neighborhood. There's great shot in the journal sentinel he pipeline on their website. It's a three story building all glass on. I would I would guess facing the lake which is the east side of that property. No, I'm looking at the north side of the property. No windows at all. So really strange looking building. And the alderman is starting to take heat because he's been an elected official who's really made it difficult for other people to do similar things five thousand nine hundred and one square feet of living Space Jam had some really nice video of this building is being built is there an issue here. What do you think? I think so I'm kinda surprised again. I'm not an expert on on the architectural elements of trying to fit into a neighborhood. This one does not fit, and again, it's it's shockingly different than everything else around it. And again, a lot of people are saying, let's take an office building. And I'm I'm hard pressed to argue with them and looks like an office building in a neighborhood and the pitcher stunning it's a massive building as I said fifty nine hundred square feet. It's got a three story front steps down to a garage with a double door and a single door in the back on a on a one level. Interesting home that I could see in a lot of other places, but you're surrounded by like traditional Milwaukee baby area homes, and apparently the standards are that he can do this. But for alderman that has had a lot of opinions on a lot of things. And I like, Tony he's been on the show actually reached out to me recently. I haven't had chance to call him back on something else. He's also running for mayor. Remember, he was I gotta throw his ring in the hat for that. I think it'd be a little careful now, it's it's on the bridge. Now, this is happening. This home is being built. But at some point. Don't you have to think about the impact of your decision on your neighborhood and your community when you're elected official representing those people, and I say that for once Pacific reason job security, you're building a fifty nine hundred square foot home. I'm guessing that job matters to you. You're taking your neighbors. Probably not a good idea. Not not the elected officials. Don't hear Tate at least half the population. All the time. That's the reality. I was one no matter what you do as I said many times on the show, you could bring an aikido, Wisconsin. There are still people that will literally call you Satan in the audience. So when you do zoning when you say, okay, here's how something needs to be built if someone comes to village hall wherever in any suburb. Roy Evans says here's what I want to build in. If it's within the requirements of that the the city or village has to go, then you're good to go. Yes. Absolutely. And clearly because it got green lighted for construction. This one does it's an eyesore. If you asked me when you look at everything else around it. I know the reason he probably built it three stories looking out over Lake Michigan at some point. You wanted to see the lake being up high enough gives you that ability. So it's really just whether or not you want your neighbors to appreciate what you do. Yeah. He went through the process. He won the approval of city officials plans were approved September two thousand seventeen these structure was found to be in compliance with zoning requirements. That's from Jeff Fleming's spokesman from departments city development. He did everything that he was supposed to do. He's not breaking the law here. I'm just arguing two things aesthetically. And just fundamentally at the core of being an elected official. Is it really wise to upset the base of people that are responsible for you having that job? I would argue probably nuts. You know, what waiting about elections? We'll find out and for twenty s Alinsky. He's gonna find out. Whether you're talking about his alderman race or that's mayor's race, which she is. I think it's the first one to throw his hat in. That's right semi-officially. He might have done that on our show. Actually, we did ask him about it anymore. Maybe it was so interesting development of Bayview. I feel sorry for the folks who have to look at it. And it's a beautiful home. I guess from the the fact that he's pretty high up on the front end on the east side. He can see probably the late from there. Clearly this neighbor to the north. There's not there's not one window. So certainly privacy is something that's important to him. And no one's going to be looking through that side of the building more windows, and I've seen it in front of house front of a house in a long time. But it's not superior street in Milwaukee, you want wanna check it out. Maybe neighborhood. Take a look tell me what you think for one four seven one six twenty. If you're in the neighborhood. Tony's Alinsky making news already got do a couple of things we gotta give away those Milwaukee rep tickets. Let's go caller number ten four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. That's the accurate mortgage talk and text line. You know, what else is happening?.

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"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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09:09 min | 2 years ago

"jordan gazza" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Seven these on this Tuesday on WTMJ, thanks for listening as always. Lots of things swirling around in the news. And we always try to find the the four biggest stories as we said Milwaukee state in the world and number one the latest on the Jimmy clause case number two the shut down which is frustrating on a lot of different levels. You think it's frustrating from your perspective, put yourself in the shoes of those federal employees. And I know a lot of people have this angst and anger about federal employees and the government. The folks are just doing their jobs, whether it's air, traffic control or park system, whatever they do their work at a high level. I think they deserve to be paid. And right now, that's not happening. So I think that's the anger there is that something's gotta give here and right now Republicans and Democrats not getting any closer to a resolution. Number three has to do with Tony. Uber's coming in one of the things that people like to highlight is just things they see and one of the high profile stories that was out there for days was the fact that the the governor's staff or his departments remove the open for business signs, replacing them with a little sign that said governor Tony Uber's which is not new other governors have done that I was a big fan of the open for business signs, and I would have liked to see them state. You're gonna probably kept that and added a little thing about the the governor. But whatever I'm not gonna blow them up for that. Well, governor came in Milwaukee yesterday, and he was kind of talking to business and political leaders as he starts to talk about governor. What am I gonna do? And what are the things that he thinks he said to the Greater Milwaukee committee yesterday was this is not an anti business administration. This is a pro business administration administration that cares about the people Wisconsin. So he's talking about things though, not necessarily I would say. Wpro business ideas, he's talking about expanding Medicaid education spending increases, and I don't know if that's what the business community wants to hear. But I think the message the overall message is good again, people can argue about corporations and companies and what they have done or not done for employees. Corporations drive our economy, and you can bash them and not like some of the decision making. They do not like the fact they pay their CEO's extraordinary salaries legitimate complaints. And I hear that all the time in the cost of healthcare. Now, shifting from the employer to the employee. Get all that stuff. But businesses matter and in a state that scene. Let's be honest Democrats. Went from deficit to a surplus low. Unemployment's Connie booming. Let's be honest about that. Under a different administration. I think all of our interests would be that we'd like to see that continue. So that the message is good from Tony the new governor of Wisconsin. But I think he's going to have a lot of heavy lifting to do to keep that message on tracking going forward. There's a lot of raised eyebrows. From the business community says what are you gonna do? Here. Are you going to maintain our blow this up and a lot of a lot of folks are let's just say cautiously optimistic but also a little bit concerned as well. So that's number three of our four at ten. Upbeat song coming out of the ten thirty news from Mr. Jordan Gazza Ralston producing the show as always Monday through Friday for me. Thank you, Jordan. Let me recap the four ten if you're interested in in winning those repertory theatre tickets in the junk show, and that's a great great production, by the way, everything they do with the rep is cool. I've seen a lot of their their productions over the years. So number one update on the Jamie clause hearing yesterday, Jake Patterson now in custody and really facing some serious. Charges in that case. Number two, the shutdown continues to the dismay of the federal employees were not getting paid. And I think really the paint will be felt by all of us fairly soon here number three Sony. Either says he's pro business take him for what he what what that's worth. Number four interesting story. Eric Cantona's Alinsky. He's building. A new residents in Bayview and the pictures of this amazing looks more like an office building than than a house the houses in his neighborhood. There's great shot in the journal suddenly pipeline on their website. It's a three story building all glass on. I would I would guess facing the lake which is the east side of their property. No. I'm looking at the north side of the property. No windows at all. So really strange looking building. And the ultimate is starting to take heat because he's been an elected official who's really made it difficult for other people to do similar things five thousand nine hundred and one square feet of living space jazz hasn't really nice video of this building being built is there an issue here. What do you think? I think so I'm kinda surprised again. I'm not an expert on on the architecture elements of and trying to fit into a neighborhood, this one does not fit, and again, it's it's shockingly different than everything else around it. And again, a lot of people are saying, let's like an office building. And I'm I'm hard pressed to argue with them and looks like an office building in a neighborhood in the pictures. Stunning. It's a massive building as I said fifty nine hundred square feet. It's got a three story front steps down to a garage with the double door and a single door in the back, and I wanna one level. Interesting home that I could see in a lot of other places, but you're surrounded by like traditional Milwaukee baby area homes, and apparently the standards are that he can do this. But for alderman that has had a lot of opinions on a lot of things. And I like, Tony it's been on the show actually reached out to me recently having a chance to come back on something else. He's also running for mayor. Remember, he was I got to throw his ring in the hat for that. I think that'd be a little careful now, it's it's on the bridge. Now, this is happening. That's home is being built. But at some point. Don't you have to think about the impact of your decision on your neighborhood and your community when you're an elected official representing those people, and I say that for one specific reason job security, you're building a fifty nine hundred square foot home. I'm guessing that job matters to you. Irritating. Your neighbors is probably not a good idea. Not not that elected officials don't at least half the population. All the time. That's the reality. I was one no matter what you do as I said many times on the show, you could bring an iky, Wisconsin. And there's still people that will literally call you Satan in the audience. So when you do zoning when you say, okay, here's how something needs to be built if someone comes to village hall wherever in any suburb, or whatever and says, here's what I want to build, and if it's within with if the requirements that the the city or village has to go, then you're good to go. Oh, yes. Absolutely. And clearly because it got green lighted for construction this one does it's an eyesore. If you asked me when you look at everything else around it. I know the reason he probably built in three storeys looking out over Lake Michigan at some point. He wanted to see the lake being up high enough gives you that ability. So it's really just whether or not you want your neighbors to appreciate what you're doing. Yeah. He went through the process, he won the approval of city officials plans were approved September twenty seventeen these structure was found to be in compliance with zoning requirements. That's from Jeff Fleming's a spokesman from departments city development. He did everything that he was supposed to do. He's not breaking the law here. I'm just arguing two things aesthetically. And just fundamentally at the core of being an elected official is it really wise to upset the base of people that are responsible for you having that job. I would argue probably not you know, what great thing about elections. We'll find out and for Tony's Alinsky. He's gonna find out. Whether you're talking about his alderman race or that's mayor's race. Which is I think it was the first one to throw his hat in. That's right semi-officially. You might have done on our show. Actually, we did ask him about it. Maybe shortly after so interesting development of Bayview. I feel sorry for the folks who have to look at it. And it's a beautiful home. I guess from the the fact that he's he's pretty high up on the front end on the east side. He can see probably the lake from there. And clearly his neighbor to the north. There's not there's not one window. So certainly privacy is something that's important to him. And no one's going to be looking through that side of the building more windows, and I've seen it in front of house front of a house in a long time. But it's not superior street in Milwaukee. If you wanna check it out baby neighborhood, take a look tell me what you think four one four seven one six twenty. If you're on the neighborhood. Tony's Alinsky making news you to do a couple of things we've got to give away those Milwaukee rep tickets. Let's go caller number ten four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. That's the accurate mortgage talk and text line. You know, what else is happening? Neil.

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