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"madison wisconsin" Discussed on WCPT 820
"In Madison Wisconsin come see us live It's proof of vaccination and masking required We are also doing pay per view for the very first time live stand up pay per view All of us all four of us John fugal saying house sparks frangela and me live in Madison We birthplace of sexual birthplace of unions We have sex with them and began to support the right the workers in Wisconsin Every call Scott walker in the Republican ate and Jody for one I am happy about this new labor movement She's strikes because it's about time in my opinion Oh I'm gonna Norma Rae at the Saturday I'm gonna bring a big union sign Stand up Let's go make that union I was gonna tell you you're the stage Guy You need to get some cardboard And a marker Kind of Staples around her Forgot to mention well we'll take our business on air I need a sign that says you need to Okay Organize now But right We've been saying this the entire pandemic Joey those of us that have been privileged enough to sit on our happy asses and zoom and whine about it But a lot of people didn't have an option They had to go on the cousin frontline my cousin works at a grocery store Yeah I mean exactly and be exposed to COVID and to mass holes in the videos For crappy pay for no benefits it's like and people have had time to rethink their lives obviously during COVID So you know I don't say it's not a worker shortage right It's worker empowerment period that good You know you know how much money Amazon made Rockets Jeff Bezos has set up in the meantime because we all ordered stuff at home because we've been locked down all your money Pay a fair wage right I mean just that's okay All right I'm just saying And speaking of boosting the economy.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on WCPT 820
"In Madison Wisconsin come see us live It's proof of vaccination and masking required We are also doing pay per view for the very first time live stand up pay per view All of us all four of us John fugal saying house parks frangela and me Leiden Madison The birthplace of sexual birthplace of unions We have sex with them who began to support the right the workers in Wisconsin Every call Scott walker in the Republican ate and Jody for one I am happy about this new labor movement Because it's about time in my opinion Oh I'm gonna Norma Rae at the Saturday I'm gonna bring a big union sign Stand up I'm gonna make that union I was gonna tell you you're the stage Guy You need to get some cardboard I guess And a marker Kind of Staples around her I forgot to mention well we'll take our business on air I need a sign that says Okay Organize now But right Have we been saying this the entire pandemic Joey those of us that have been privileged enough to sit on the happy asses and zoom and whine about it Stupid zoom to begin But a lot of people didn't have an option on the cousin front line my cousin works at a grocery store Yeah I mean exactly and be exposed to COVID and to mass holes in the videos For crappy pay for no benefits it's like and people have had time to rethink their lives obviously during COVID So you know I have to say it's not a worker shortage right It's worker empowerment period that good You know you know how much money Amazon made It'll be Rockets Jeff Bezos has set up in the meantime because we all ordered stuff at home because we've been locked down You gave all your money Pay a fair wage right I mean just that's okay All right I'm just saying and speaking of boosting the economy.
No. 3 Michigan beats Wisconsin, 67-59, in return to action
"Score in Madison, Wisconsin, third ranked Michigan erased a 12 point deficit at the half to storm passed number. 21, Wisconsin, 67 to 59. So the Wolverines sweep the regular season series and they get a big win following a 23 day hiatus due to the coronavirus. Well, that is what happened in terms of top 25 action. Now, let's take you through. The rest of the college basketball scoreboard and there is only one other top 25 game, and they just got underway. So it is very early on in Iowa as number 22 Loyola Chicago Is tied with Drake at 12 with about nine minutes to go in the first half.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Sponsored Community RADIO Madison, Wisconsin. Around. Hello. Welcome to a public affair. I am STD nor I am very glad to have you on the show with us today. Professor Michael, A man to talk about his book, The new Climate War. The fight to take back our planet. Michael Mann is distinguished Professor What most Felix science at Penn State with joint appointments in the Department of Geosciences and the earth and environmental system in Dude in 2019. He received the title pies for environmental achievement, often called the Nobel Prize for the Environment. He is the author of five books and in 2020. He was elected to the U. S National Academy off Sciences. And Hello, Mike as I mentioned to you before we started. This is the fifth time You a guest on I'll show it seems like we've talked to you every time you wrote a book and glad to have you talk about this new book. Yeah. The title. The new climate war way. Why did you choose the word war? And what do you mean by that? Yeah, thanks. Stu is great to be back with you and This. I didn't really come up with this terminology, but I've used it because I think That it is an apt metaphor when we look at the effort over several decades, the really cynical effort when would have to say by fossil fuel interests and their front groups on those promoting their interests, their efforts to cloud the public understanding Of the problem to deny the science of climate change to attack the science and to attack the scientists. Fossil fuel interests have engaged in a decades long effort to literally under mine. Public understanding when it comes to the existential threat posed by human caused climate change, because it represents I know a threat to their bottom line. When we If we recognize that, you know, we need to move on. We need to transition away from the burning of fossil fuels to renewable energy to de carbonized our civilization will. Obviously it's going to hurt the bottom line for the fossil fuel interests who continue to make billions of dollars profits every year. We remain addicted to fossil fuels. And so they've fought tooth and nail to prevent us from moving on. And it is indeed a war. It is full frontal assault on Efforts to actually do something about this experts at this existential threat. Hmm. Well, I think it was your first book, the hockey stick and the climate wars on If I remember correctly, you were talking then about the wars that the fossil fuel hacks were waging. Really? Against all of us. I think this time you are calling for war by us against them is that Well, that's correct. Well, I would say for fighting back against the attacks, what I described in the current book. You know, we've reached the point where the impacts of climate change are no longer subtle. We can see them playing out in real time in the form of unprecedented extreme weather events, unprecedented heat waves, floods, wildfires, super storms, droughts, and so it's very difficulty for the talking heads who advocate for the fossil fuel industry. Forces of inaction or what I call the N activists in the book is very difficult for them to argue that nothing's happening, so they've moved on to a new set of tactics that that's what I call the new climate war moving away from outright denial because it just is incredible anymore, but instead Resorting to an array of insidious tactics that are still Aimed at preventing us from moving on from our addiction to fossil fuels, and those tactics are described in detail in the book, but just sort of very briefly involves dividing us getting us arguing with each other, especially over lifestyle choices, making it sound like the real solution. The climate change is individual lifestyle change because that deflects attention away from the needed systemic solutions regulation subsidies for renewable energy price on carbon all of these things that would hurt the bottom line when it comes to the fossil fuel industry, And so they don't want the conversation to be about the need for policy change in systemic change, they would rather have his finger pointing at each other. Arguing with each other. It's a divide and conquer way of preventing us from speaking with a unified voice demanding change they have actually promoted doom is, um and despair. Ironically, if they can convince us that it's too late to do anything about the problem, then you know why do anything, it potentially leaves us down the same path of inaction as outright denial. And then finally, delay tactics that, um, you know, propose. Alternative solutions that aren't real solutions like Geo engineering, massively interfering with our global environment in a desperate effort to somehow offset the effect of global warming, the effect of carbon pollution or advocating for carbon capture and sequestration, to the extent that we continue to burn fossil fuels. But we implement this technology that really can't even be scaled up in in a matter of decades. It would be very difficult to really implement that technology, but they hold that out there, as if well, we can continue to burn fossil fuels because eventually will be able to scrub that carbon out of back out of the atmosphere. These are and then finally, the language, the discourse of resilience and adaptation. As if We just have to figure out how to cope with the impacts rather than stop the unseen lot of climate change impacts arising from our continued Pollution with carbon Mm hmm. More warning. They wanted the O. B. We have a liking it here. What's going on with e can hear you. Yeah. Um, so we're wanna will want to get back to this? But I want before that to ask you to read the first paragraph in the book in your, um introduction. Andre, then tell us who wrote it originally. Yeah. So the There's the paragraph very beginning of the introduction of the book. There is general scientific agreement that the most likely manner in which my mankind is influencing the global climate is through carbon dioxide released from the burning of fossil fuels their some potentially catastrophic events that might be considered. Rainfall might get heavier in some regions and other places might turn to desert. Some countries will have their agricultural output reduced or destroyed. Man has a time window of 5 to 10 years before the need for hard decisions. Regarding changes in energy strategies might become critical. Once effects are measurable, they might not be reversible. So, um, is I go on to say in the book If you thought that those might be the words of Al Gore from the 19 nineties, you would be wrong because it's actually from the early 19 eighties. And those are the words of Exxon Mobil, their own.
Heightened security measures in place ahead of Biden's inauguration
"States are on high alert this weekend with pro Trump March is set to take place at state capitals across the country. In Madison, Wisconsin. Reporter Morgan Chesky says the city is taking steps to protect Capitol Square hearts of downtown Madison, including the Capitol Square behind me, everywhere you look Some places are boarded up and business owners hoping for the best. The FBI has warned of possible armed protest starting today and running through President elect Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday, A number of states have called up National Guard troops
Body found of pilot of F-16 that crashed in Michigan
"The search for Wisconsin National Guard pilot whose F 16 crashed in Upper Michigan during a training session is over. The body of the pilot from the Madison, Wisconsin based 115 Fighter wing was found in Upper Michigan's Hiawatha National Forest, where the National Guard says the F 16 crashed Tuesday night during a training mission. Fighter wing commander Colonel Bar van Ruse, saying that today is a day of mourning that the guard stands with the pilot's family is a grieved the loss of a great airman and patriot whose name has yet to be released. Jeff Man. Also Fox
Wisconsin-based F-16 crashes in Michigan during training
"That crashed in an area in Michigan's Upper peninsula. The AP spent Thomas as the story the F 16 Fighting Falcon was assigned to the Wisconsin Air National Guard's 115th fighter wing at Truax Field Air National Guard Base in Madison, Wisconsin. It was on a training mission when it crashed about 8 P.m. Tuesday in a remote part of Hiawatha National Forest on Michigan's Upper peninsula. About 250 miles northeast of the base. The area includes the Lake Michigan Shore line. At this point, the cause of the crash and the status of the pilot are unknown. The Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs says Search and rescue efforts are being carried out on the ground in the air and in the water. I'm Ben Thomas, members of the Minneapolis
Wisconsin-based F-16 crashes in Michigan during training
"Searchers are looking for the pilot of a fighter jet that crashed in a National Forest in Michigan's upper peninsula the F. sixteen fighting falcon was assigned to the Wisconsin air national guard's one hundred and fifteenth fighter wing at Truax field Air National Guard base in Madison Wisconsin it was on a training mission when it crashed about eight PM Tuesday in a remote part of Hiawatha National Forest on Michigan's upper peninsula about two hundred and fifty miles northeast of the base the area includes the Lake Michigan shoreline at this point the cause of the crash in the status of the pilot around known the Wisconsin department of military affairs says search and rescue efforts are being carried out on the ground in the air and in the water I'm Ben Thomas
How different hospitals battle the pandemic to save lives
"Thanksgiving holiday arrives during an escalating calamity. More than one million people are testing positive for Corona virus every week. Now that is a high enough number that there is a good chance that some of your family friends or co workers. Among them. It's certainly been true for me these last several weeks if you want to identify and especially hard hit state, just throw a dart at a map because the odds are that any state you hit will qualify. This morning we visit three. Sebastian Martinez Valdivia is a K B A. And Missouri Blake farmer is with WPL and in Nashville, Tennessee, and Bram Sable Smith. Is with Wisconsin public radio. Welcome to all of you. Good morning. Thank you. Morning, and Bram. How widespread is this surge in Wisconsin, where you are? It's quite widespread, you know, by September, public health experts were really sounding the alarm about the rise. In cases we're seeing in the state initially were seen surges and cities where the university started located, but very quickly. The virus is rampant in communities. All over Wisconsin. As you know, Steve cases they're just the beginning of a covert search. So our hospital started filling up quickly. And maybe most concerned involves our death. Worried. We reported the record 104 deaths yesterday. We're losing about 52 people every day, on average and over 3000 people. Wisconsin have died of covered 19 so far, and I should also note we are seeing a slight downturn. Our cases are slightly our cases are dropping ever so slightly, But we're still very much at the top of the mountain and Steve the death rates very similar here in Tennessee. But cases are still climbing often more than 4000 Day. And As we found throughout this pandemic destined to lag those big spikes in new cases by a couple of weeks, So Tennessee's bracing for what could be to come because so far they're just has no sign existing of cases, letting up. Blake, over here in neighboring Missouri were in a similar ballpark in terms of new cases on deaths. But the really troubling trend has been in hospitalizations, which are high and continuing to rise on. Hospitals are really struggling with capacity and a lot of parts of the state. Well, let's talk a little bit more about hospitals or doing in Missouri, then Yeah, well, one of the big problems is a lot of the smaller rural hospitals that traditionally transfer patients toe urban and metro areas for intensive care are really struggling to find beds because those larger hospitals are already full. S O. For example, Cocks Health, which is in Springfield, the third biggest city here in Missouri, has expanded its hospital capacity multiple times over the past nine months, but it's still had to turn people away. Steve Edwards is the CEO there. So we will have added 147 bed capacity, which is probably bigger than the Average hospital state, Missouri, he says the hospital keeps hitting what it would have considered a worst case scenario every couple of weeks. But adding rooms isn't really the half of it the biggest challenge, according to Edward to staffing, so training staff to care for covert patients, and then the draining work of actually caring for them. So that's the crisis in Missouri, Bram Sable Smith, Let's go back to Wisconsin Howard doctors trying to keep up where you are. You know, October the state we converted our state fairgrounds into what's called an alternative care facility to handle the excess capacity. We have so about 89% of the hospital beds available in the entire state for being occupied right now, in some regions, that's higher. At the alternative care facility. There's only nine patients right now, though. That's in part because it's voluntary to go there. It's also because it's where patients will go to recover kind of after they've cleared a hurdle in their covert treatment. The idea behind that is To free up resource is inside the hospitals to treat on influx of patients. Researchers like ICU beds that are in very short supply here and brand that the corps of Engineers build alternative care sites here in Tennessee is well, but increasingly, there's a concern about having the staff to open them. And a big reason for that is that so many nurses and doctors air out themselves with Kovar 19 or because they have to quarantine Well, Blake. What are hospitals in Tennessee, saying about that? Well, they're really starting to sound the alarm. In a way we haven't heard for a long time. Hospital administrators have wanted to make sure people knew that they would be able to handle the usual patients along with covert, and that's just less. So now. Dr Katrina Green works in an HCIA emergency room here in Nashville. We're worried about what the delays and care will mean for our patients, and I am personally terrified in my hospital. Being full could result in someone dying in the waiting room. The situation has become particularly severe in parts of Texas as well like El Paso and love IQ. For now that they're able to transport covert patients to other parts of the state. But there's going to be a time likely when those hospitals air capacity to You know, I spent some time last week and one of the five covert units at the University Hospital here in Madison, Wisconsin, where I live. I spoke to Mary Lowe. She's a nursing assistant in the unit. She's been there since the pandemic began. This has been going on for a long time. And right now it doesn't feel like there's an end in sight. Even though there will be a time it doesn't necessarily feel like that right now. You know that unit as 28 beds and they've been consistently full and she says, it's it's exhausting and remember, the whole reason for shutdowns early on, was to prevent hospitals from being overrun will now in a lot of these states like ours, Those restrictions are long gone, and hospitals are now nearing the edge of that cliff. But political leaders are really finding it hard to go backward after lifting restrictions, months, Okay, granted, that's granted. That's true. But suggestion haven't some political leaders at least faced pressure to approve more safety measures. Yeah, There's definitely been pressure here in Missouri. The State Hospital Association actually sent a letter last week to a Republican governor Mike Parson, urging him to kind of issue one of those statewide mass mandate, saying the Wolf is at the door. But like a lot of Republican governors, he's rejected that call just to the north of us, though. In Iowa, the story's a little different. So Governor Kim Reynolds, there, also a Republican, was initially against the mask mandate, and she even said that city's couldn't issue their own mandates back in the summer, But she recently reversed course. I would have seen one of the biggest surges in cases and hospitalizations in the country per capita. I will has roughly half the population of misery, but it's almost in the same ballpark in terms of new cases. S O earlier this month, Reynolds did end up issuing a statewide mass mandate as well as some restrictions on public and private gatherings, with exceptions for some businesses and religious services.
We Gather Together - Creating an American Thanksgiving with Denise Kiernan
"So denise. I want to start by asking you to cover the early history of thanksgiving were all taught. From a very early age that the pilgrims landed in plymouth and shared a feast with the native americans living in the area. How close is that accurate. What's so interesting about thanksgiving as we celebrated versus thanksgiving as it has been on this planet for much longer. I'm always fascinated about how traditions and practices evolved the concept of gratitude and giving thanks has been around basically as long as humans have walked the earth. The word thanksgiving and even the practice of thanksgiving has been around for centuries before even conception of the united states of america. Yes the pilgrim's did land at plymouth. Yes the pilgrim's did have a meal with the woman. Og indians was. That proclaimed a thanksgiving now. When thanksgiving became a federal holiday in the united states of america was that event singled out as the reason for establishing that holiday. Now i want to be clear. I am not putting anything out there. That other people haven't said for a while and what's really interesting. I think is that every year. You'll see these. Hey here's the real. This part of thanksgiving and i think part of the reason. Is we tell these stories. We tell this. Essentially two kids in school and then later on when they get into high school or college or whatever we don't necessarily re contextualised and give them the full story so every year it's almost necessary that we keep trotting these things out and contextualisation of history is so important to really kind of look at everything that went into a particular event and thanksgiving again. Like i said you know. I am not the first person to come out. And say yeah. That's not exactly how it happened. But what i'm interested in. And what was one of the linchpins at making me want to do. The book we gather together was the ageless. Timeless concept gratitude view stevens. I'm and author here in madison wisconsin. And i'm thankful for men. Women working press in use of the people. The you don't have a great thanksgiving. There is an alternate true factual story about thanksgiving and gratitude and harvest festivals. And all of those things. And how. The actual holiday came to be in america and evolve and erica so i thought was an alternate entry and wouldn't that be fun and i'm interested. How thanksgiving celebrations changed in the seventeenth and eighteenth century. So a lot of what thanksgiving is rule out of things like harvest festivals. Which again go way. Way back thanksgiving's were often religious practices in various parts of the world. You would set aside a day sometimes for fasting and humiliation as they would say to give thanks for could be particular event. When i was working on we gather together. I came across some really interesting articles including some archives from the atoms stanley. john adams. John quincy adams. Abigail adams and john adams writes in his diary thanksgiving for the repeal of the stamp act. So like that was something. You would have a thanksgiving for declare thanksgiving for thanksgiving's for various wins in battle or days of general thanksgiving or like. I said fasting and humiliation so those sorts of advance existed outside of north america. What we now consider the continental united states they existing europe and those traditions were obviously brought over when people came over but the concept of having days set aside for saying thank. You is something that goes back a very very long time. Tell us about. Sarah josefa so sarah of a hail was so compelling to me because she was a young woman born in the early nineteenth century actually of the eighteenth century. She had no formal schooling but her parents instilled in her a deep deep love of reading and learning and she was obsessed with the written word. She married a man who shared her love of all these things. They used to have study hour together in the evenings. She lost him fairly early on in their marriage and so she was a widowed mother of five children and because of her desire to write ended up becoming one of the most influential editors in the nineteenth century. She edited to popular women's magazines. The american ladies magazine and then go. Jeez ladies magazine which was one of the most popular magazines in the nineteenth century. And just to be able to do that to me whether thing but what really moved me about her was that she had all of these things that she needed not wanted but like needed to do for herself and her children but she still found time to raise money for people who have less than she did and to bring people's attention to causes she thought worthy and her ten city was just. I mean seriously. I was interviewing her thinking good. What have i been doing with my time. You know how i feel like. I'm talking to her. You know when. I am interviewing her. I'm looking at what she wrote. I'm looking at what she was quoted as saying. I'm looking at the book she put out. I'm looking at the end. Policies that she curated
Trump campaign beats deadline with payment for partial Wisconsin recount
"Is seeking a partial recount in Wisconsin Trump campaign says it has wired the $3 million needed to count the ballots again in the two heavily Democratic counties that surround the cities of Milwaukee and Madison. Wisconsin Elections Commission had set a statewide recount would cost close to $8 million. The Trump campaign had until today to decide whether to seek a recount. President elect Joe Biden is projected to have won Wisconsin by more than 20,000 votes. A
Onion Domestication and Improvement
"We're going to talk about domestication again of a unique vegetable and when you ask people what their favorite vegetable is very few people say the onion however it's hard to think of vegetable or plant item for that matter. That has a more ubiquitous place in our culinary universe. It's you know the powders. The the the the basic parts of onion are important flavor in many different things that we consume and i think about just about everything i cook starts chopping up and onion so i wanted to pursue. Where did it come from. How did we get it. Where is it going. And so we're speaking with dr mike heavy. He's a he works with the. Usda agricultural research service in madison wisconsin and also as a faculty member in a department of horticulture. So welcome to the podcast. dr heavy. thank you so much. This is really cool. I think i actually got to see you. Give a talk once. And i can't remember where it where it was but i think what did you ever give talk in savannah georgia at the national onion association meeting. Yes i did about four five years ago. We had a joint meeting between the national onion association and then all the research community. I think we met there. Yeah that's i seem to remember that. Yeah i think. I may have asked you at the time too. If you'd be a guest on the podcast and just takes time so. Let's talk about onions. Like i mentioned before it has such an important culinary value. Where did it come from end. Do natural populations still exist. So the onion like many of our grain and vegetable and fruit crops was domesticated in central asia specifically iran. Turkmenistan afghanistan that area and it spread from there around the world and is now consumed in produced on every continent except in artika. There are still the most closely related. Wild specie is called alien babalola by and that grows naturally still in the kopech. Dr region which forms the border between northern iran and southern turkmenistan. And so the wild relatives still exists. There probably was in prehistory was more widely distributed but We can still find alien. Below by inet area oval ovalles. That was a discovery or at least a characterization by vavilov the species is named after him. Allie taxonomy in the former soviet union named this wild species after nikolai. About by batalov. Okay i never remember seeing so much about his his expeditions into places like iran. Turkmenistan you that he was Know prolific in that area. So but that makes sense to when you talk about the species of wild onion. I know that even here in florida there are things that they haul a florida. Wild onion and in chicago is named by from indigenous peoples term for stinky onion. So are these related to the major culinary onions or are these some kind of distant relative first of all the alliens. The genus of onion is distributed around the northern hemisphere and here in north america. Most albums have a seven chromosomes whereas onion and garlic chai have a basic chromosome number of eight. So they're distant relatives and we can't cross them with onion but they do have unique flavors in many places there still collected in consumed but really are very distantly related to the onion that we know. Have there been any efforts that you're aware of to domesticate those regional varieties that are grown with the seven chromosome ones that are growing around. Say the native united states. Yes you do find him showing up. Sometimes farmers markets different species out west in the california in the rockies. There are numerous albums that can be collected in consumed but to my knowledge. There's no effort to really Breed them in and develop some unique flavors or production characteristics from them so the primarily just collected so when you talk about the actual album that was used that is the forefather of the modern onion. Who was really the first to domesticate that they would have been probably nomadic tribes in central asia most of the central asian republics of the former soviet union onion and many of its wild relatives naturally exist and probably these people's started collecting him in eating them initially and ultimately i feel Asexually propagated them. Much like you would. Shall it today break apart. The basal plate planet and then i think probably seed production at conscious breeding occurred later but it would have been nomadic tribes in central asia tens of thousands of years ago they mostly use it for food flavoring or were there other potential uses of onion now. That's an interesting question that has been quite a topic of debate. A couple of things may have played an important role in the domestication of onion. One of them is that Because it was an editorial form is a perennial grows every year. It sprouts very early in the spring and many of your listeners may grow chives and the green leaves of tribes. Come out very early in while alley. That's true as well. It's not a good source of vitamin c. But it does have vitamin cs. I think you could think about a nomadic tribes taking advantage of that early green growth of the leaves in the spring as a source of vitamin c and potentially other vitamins and flavorings but the taste is also has to have an effect. I think and. I wonder if maybe wasn't important to mask off. Flavors maybe for some ranson meets or different foods that may not have it have an off taste and that maybe the early domesticated is used that straw salt pungency flavor compounds in the album's to their benefit.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Parkway, Madison, Wisconsin. And Jim Leonard's first four years of the Badger staff. The defense is ranked in the top five in scoring defense. Total yards allowed rushing D and pass efficiency defense. But this season offenses across the country. Even the SEC seem to be well ahead of the defense is the lack of spring ball and inconsistent off season. That and more could be factors. But whatever the case, the offenses are rolling definitely seems to be the case. You know, I don't like the reminder it Zarin watching all these points being scored early, but No, I think Having a couple weeks to sit back and see it. You know, it really makes us as coaches take a step back right and reevaluate what you're doing. And just making sure you're putting players in the best position and allowed him to make place. You know, you can't You have to eliminate many bad place as you can and kind of seeing the trends in college football, right Seeing what's what's hurting teams. I think hopefully that can help us going into the season. Kind of seeing where Where things are going kind of, from bird's eye view and maybe getting ahead of some issues that we didn't think were there. Leonard's defense gets its first test Friday night at seven against Illinois. Our coverage begins at five o'clock from Camp Randall Stadium more tomorrow, This is Madeline pay on the Badger Sports Network from Lear Field, I MG college show summary broadcasts, political tidbit and the hottest photo galleries and radio alot available to you Whenever you demand that news talk 11 30 dot com Why should they? Some of the biggest names in country music. Honored at the 2020 CMT Music Awards. Actually, McBride co hosting the ceremony alongside fellow country star Keen Brown in modern family actress Sarah Highland. It was a big night for Carrie Underwood at this year's awards winning video of the Year Honor as well as female video of the year for drinking alone. Luke Bryan one male video the year from one margarita. Dan and Shay picked up the du Award for I should probably go to bed and Old Dominion, nabbing the group honor for one man band. Matthew McConaughey sharing some shocking revelations. In his new memoir, the Actor Revealing in his new memoir, Green Lights that he was sexually abused several times. As a teenager. He opened up about his personal experience with sexual abuse, explaining that his first time having sex was not consensual. Felicity Huffman wants to travel again. The Desperate Housewives stars legal team filing new documents asking a judge to order the return of her passport. Lawyers say it is currently in the possession of the probation department. Hoffman is on course to finish her supervised release in the next few days. The actresses, attorneys say she has completed all other aspects of her sentence, including serving two weeks in a federal prison in Dublin, California and completing 250 hours of community service Jared Leto, returning his role as the Joker in Zach Schneider's new version of Justice League. It's not clear if the actor was always meant to appear in Justice Lee before Snyder left the feature in early 2017 the upcoming for Our Snyder cut well from hereon, HBO. Max in 2021. That's entertainment. Jennifer Belzoni, NBC news radio. Twitter is trying to get users to vote early as the November 3rd presidential election approaches. Everyone with a U. S Twitter account will see a home timeline prompt, encouraging them to vote early, along with information from the nonpartisan organization ballot ready. It will also prompt users to retweet early voting information to their followers. Twitter is also adding interactive features, including custom Emoji. Facebook is going to start charging for some. What's at Business services Social Network says it will soon offer services like hosting Tell Partners managed chat messages with clients inventory. Maur. What's.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on Pantheon
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"madison wisconsin" Discussed on Pantheon
"Good. Never underestimate. The dollar been for what I like to do is if I want to check their record out? I'm unsure that. I'M NOT GONNA dead shall. Ten dollars more so I've done that with several albums did no phones GonNa like you for instance that just happened this dollar for and. Checked it out, and if I like it I'll go back and buy up better copy. So never underestimate. Always look to the dollar up. Is My advice You know like a lot of other sores that are dealing with code. Nineteen Wisconsin was one of the first very. Strict on the policies are what they're doing. See say so. They require masks. they? They reduce the hours early. Open right now before. And they're encouraging. People wear gloves as they have after masks, and they're only letting five people in the store and time. But. Here's the cool thing. You can call them, and you can make an appointment. And that appointment will guarantee you that you'll get to go into the sort that time, so hey I'm going to be in the neighborhood at eleven forty five, I go in, and once you get there, I mean. Is there swarthy people in their sixteen? Now outside and get in? You'll get right in. That spot free to regulate. That kind stuff. Because how do you tell someone? They have to wear a mask ones if they didn't come with a mass. You have any supply or will anyone wear them? That's the. I'm sure you'll get some people who? You know there's always a notch person won't do what you tell ask them to do. How do you handle that I? Mean that's gotTa. Be Horrible. To think about close the fact you'd have to have someone at the door to what people in Europe safeguard against that and you know it's their store. You're the guest. You're the consumer. Yes, but. Be Polite and just go by the rules, and you know what I'm saying. If they want a mass, just wear damn ass. Don't be addictive. On. How good it is! Just. Wall that website is www mad? City music dot net. Go there and check out if you WANNA. Know about tips about the record store and self. If you're in the area and you want to call them, check out hours. Arrive Mr Dr Diz. COMES, Culture Mr! Mr Disc and Dr Does Go. All right well, we'll see next time on the gaumont. PODCASTS daycare man. Thank. You good doctor, thank you for the review. Thank you for telling us about some of the other things going on and record store land. This is pat prints at our goal. My magazine we'll be back next time or at the record.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on Pantheon
"Prince Editor Goal My magazine, and we're going to have Dr Discount to talk about mad city and Madison Wisconsin the record store Madison Wisconsin and he'll also talk about his conversations with other record stores, and how it's going during this pandemic. He's going to talk to a record store at a he's already reviewed is going to talk to tell us about his discussion with the with the owner of that record store. And we'll just get him on the skype phone here and we'll talk to Dr Desk and our you Dr disc. So. Before we get to review mad city. which is in Madison Wisconsin for the record store RECON, and that was in the August issue as well You have some news to you. Basically spoke to one of your one of the other record stores that you have reviewed this year. Maybe. You could tell us a little bit about it. Yeah so I talked with why who is the owner of thrills? Bows cheap thrills the one on the West Virginia in. Store are also sells gold and and the oil, and all this stuff and I had a great talk with them. Because of the thing we really wanted to know was. He's got a drive through. In the in-store sore and we wanted to find out. You know how that will come to the. Earn so I they been Sir Twenty. Five years in Princeton, he was. He said he was twenty two year olds when he's booth starting, nobody was ruined. and He'd be boss storefront that was right across from this current location, which used to be a photo drive. Place people bring in their photos and drop them off. He always liked that concept and he told the owner. Anybody ever moves out of that place and we'll by the will buy. You a couple of other planes before he took it over. Ninety nine, when over ninety, nine hundred opened the door, but he took over that sort, and so that is why it has a drive through. He said during. It is a Godson. He's have lots of customers who have come through, and they can't come into the store, but you opens up the window and they can tell them what they on your run around. And keep customers happy. To emphasize to that. It's not a head shopping. Said, please let her Renault your job. We we are a record store. That's that also has done other things. How stay afloat for twenty years that we've been doing this? Including Gold is gold. So if I drove through drove up rather and said. I WANNA pipe. The new cool record and can buy gold. He could help. Probably. You're sore and you're looking for some. Two you know what my back is sore, but I'm in Connecticut Virginia but. In that area I would, I would love to I dig the concept of the drive. Drive up I really like. I will tell his. Listeners. So we'll come up with. US boogie neither. Package! Stay tuned for our. Give that way all right. We should do more of those. We do a lot with record companies. But we should do it with record stores. I think gust. Fans like you who love record stores, and like to get the t shirts, and you know all the other chachis that'd be fantastic so. kimmy breast about that and listeners maybe can win. Some record stores shirts in the future. So let's talk about mad city and Madison Wisconsin great name since it's in Madison. That's like the perfect name for Madison for you know what I mean. You said that when you walked in, they had almost everything music related. What did you mean by that? A little bit a little bit of everything, record players and Sienese. Cassette tapes. Records of course new and used. Posters, t shirts, and even their own house brand coffee. Wow, I mean. Do they brew the coffee there or do you have to basically buy it in a bag? I don't see. was. No Cafe No. Okay. Well I'm looking at some of the photos here, too. It seems like a pretty clean shop. It's not. James the owner of. That! This is probably. and. He said they're very knowledgeable about only about their inventory, but music in general, did you? Were you looking for a certain record? Just just record. Iron to learn. More about? Why they are, they are meeting I want. On a rollins Henry. rollins eliminate hanging on the wall. incised. tell me the story of that, and how would significant decided to make a much producers from his store? and. That Henry was I'm pressing to invite him to come to the show that night. So that was you. Had A harness Henry. rollins and everybody likes in Rawlins's a friend of mine so. So you also one thing I like about your review and looking at the photos besides the store. Being clean is that it's brightly lit I. Love that because you know you, really WanNa. Look over the records before you purchase them and you know collectors. It could be the minute show you know when the record was pressed. If. There's a mistake A. Credit on the record, etc, reach and another thing listening stations for both LP's and CDs I can't say enough about that because you got to check to see if that was used. disks are good. I think a lot of you know I, think is if I was selling us records, and I seen this. I time somebody will come into the store and go to these records, and it's a big audio file. You'll collect. They're gonNA take record on the season or look at it. There's something on the record and they might say I'll. Get. As it passes that mark. you might say. This is a pretty good price. Somehow John and they also have a brand new CDs in the Bay of new albums as well. NEW ALBUMS CDs as well as a large selection of one dollar piecing refined and actually the thing that impressed me about their CDs them because I'm. Not which was corn? On the EMMY TON ON. New. That just swigging last. Night. I saw the. There's a dollar been you said was pretty.
Venues Across U.S. Begin to Reopen During Pandemic
"With virus restrictions being eased across the country some familiar venues are coming back but others aren't quite ready universal Orlando became the first of central Florida's theme parks to welcome back visitors starting earlier this week with the annual passholders and now opening its doors to the general public people need to wear face masks and security is checking temperatures at the gate there are markers to keep people six feet apart and workers are wiping down surfaces and handrails sea world in Orlando is set to open next week and Disney world next month but the famous world dairy expo in Madison Wisconsin had to be scrubbed in September the first cancellation in its fifty three year history and while the Indianapolis Motor Speedway had hoped to have fans in the stands for the July fourth weekend the Indy car NASCAR doubleheader will run without spectators hi Jackie Quinn
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"So there is and of course this is a Madison Wisconsin right of course this is in Madison there is a teacher in Madison Wisconsin hi Larry sleeve this is a science teacher who is a trans woman at this elementary school her name is veca steel but when she was born as a dude his name was mark views and bark and if you look at a picture of this of this person it is a dude it's a duty if they do it's a dude with some long hair I mean it looks like that it looks like this person should be on tour right now with Lynyrd Skynyrd I'm not kidding that are wrong no that is exactly right okay but not only does Vikas steel identify as a trans woman but also non binary which I don't even understand because either you're a woman or you don't believe in women and you just think everything is a spectrum and all its teachers what do you say I don't even person is a I'm saying I just don't so little modern demands of students to use the title an axe raised or not Mrs not Mrs yeah my kid would be so yanked out of the school right so yeah and I mean I would be I would be at that school screening because this is a public school we all we haven't even told you why you should be screening Conrad just for that hello I. D. screening I would want my kid in a different class because I'm like no you're not going to be participating in the this made up gender ball class when this person's teaching science life so and and I learned on the annex is apparently pronounced mix I I don't know if that's right but like does it does want to send this person is telling the kids that that they have to be called mix right now Mister ms or Mrs mix mix of steel is how it apparently you're supposed to say this well it gets better yeah so Vikas steel is fighting having a big fat fight in order to be able to use the little girl's bathroom at the school as you get this the walk to the adult staff bathroom is so it's just too far you would have to walk down there a long ways in down to the first floor and listen if in fact if you don't let this person use the little girl's bathroom this this person that looks like they should be touring with Lynyrd Skynyrd right now then it's transphobic not to let this person and the little girl's bathroom this is when my head explodes this is absolutely on real my gosh so the school has responded to this person's complaint saying there is no district policy regarding adults staff using children's bathroom there's no policy for that so there's not been any policy changes however as a best practice the district does encourage adults staff to not use a kid's bathroom are you think so I mean this is insane and and and I cannot believe that parents are still sending their kids to the school if this is happening why this guy is so desperate to use the little girl's room should concern everybody like that's messed up yeah it's messed up I I wow so in this in this person is still teaching still teaching but there are some parents a few parents are fighting back they filed suit against the school district saying that this the whole trans policy and activities in the video that he apparently showed to his students last year to announce his non binary identity no one is really inappropriate why is that even a thing I should not even be a thing in the school cool it's oh my god it is it's absolutely bonkers what's going on he teach art this she this person teaches science science it ended that and whether or not this person is a mix or whatever has nothing to do with teaching kids science I say this is the man I need to do website this is a public school is a public school and the parents pay this person's salary I would be so check I know oh my god he's in rage is listed so gross on every level if you are a science teacher and cannot figure out what restroom you're supposed to use then maybe the schools to be considering a different science and maybe you should get like a look at the school that you obtained a degree from a higher degree from and and and try to see like what how on earth you got that degree seriously and certainly get a refund yeah they did not do you well they did not also you found the story yesterday it was absolutely bizarre and I we kind of heard snippets about it I think maybe even as early as last year the year before that there was going to be a Whitney Houston hologram tour and that apparently premiered earlier this week and I'm not exactly sure what no I I know that the show kicked off in England I'm not sure how like across the world this tour will go yeah but in any case we saw like a little preview of it where there's actual people who are doing background dancing and singing and all that there's like a band dancing around a hologram of people say that it's a mind to believe yeah and it really it it did bleep my mind yeah because when I saw that I was like wow I mean it looks like there but also it does you know that she's not there and so why are we doing this is it feels really exploiting its it I think it's very exploiting I think it's really kind of gross it's it's yeah that like a music critic had there's one music critic that said that the concert is crass exploitation and I tend to agree with that hi I really do not have a solid Jason Harris on is that they did this with two pock yeah and they're free to everybody out because they thought it was real he was like oh my god there he's not dead yesterday and they didn't they didn't announce beforehand they're going to do it and they and they did it and yeah and I I mean I guess in this case to be fair the hours they get their positioning it as the Whitney Houston hologram tour some people know obviously that she's no longer with us yeah but I think a lot of people believe that it's just a desperate money grab from the estate and it and it is because they're making money off of a deceased person and that is just gross I find this to be so grows the super fans seem to love it though can't they just listen to her music or just watch actual videotapes summers this is still not her that's the thing it's just weird and gross and I'm very I'm very uncomfortable with the whole thing yeah you guys speed is next the deals and specials 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"madison wisconsin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
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"madison wisconsin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"S. Madison Wisconsin Amy king KFI news all moved to Madison Wisconsin part of the same Gaber amounts is being proposed as a federal wilderness protection site there is more than thirty thousand acres president Obama designated as saying Gabriel mountains national monument in twenty fourteen the US has indicted for members of the China people's Liberation Army breaking into the computer systems of the credit reporting agencies Equifax and for stealing the sensitive personal information of nearly half of all American citizens Attorney General bill Barr says what happened in twenty seventeen was one of the biggest data breaches in history is as a hacker's also stole Equifax's trade secrets the federal government says the cyber crime allow the Chinese to better target US government officials or espionage the number of US service members hurt in an Iraqi missile strike is reportedly gone up again Rogers says an unnamed unnamed US officials but the number of traumatic brain injuries above one hundred if confirmed that would be a more than fifty percent increase from the Pentagon's latest total of sixty four he was initially reported zero casualties from the strike on on a rocky base early this early last month and this year's Oscars was the least watch in history heard that Tim talk talk about just now preliminary information shows twenty three point six million people watched the Academy Awards last night the previous low was set just two years ago twenty eighteen politics in Oscar they seem to go hand in hand I'm Steve Gregory backstage at the Academy Awards tell me I only have forty five seconds of peer which is forty five seconds more than the Senate gave John Bolton this week that's Brad Pitt onstage after winning for Supporting Actor backstage he was asked why he got so political I was really disappointed with this week and I think when game and shipped from to doing the right thing it's a it's a it's a sad day and I don't think we should let it slide and I'm very serious about that in Hollywood Steve Gregory can't find news things are slow in south LA this is the one ten freeway.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"S. Madison Wisconsin Amy king K. F. I knew the U. S. is indicted for members of the China people's Liberation Army for breaking into the computer systems of the credit reporting agencies Equifax and for stealing the sensitive personal information of nearly half of all American citizens Attorney General bill Barr says what happened twenty seventeen with one of the biggest data breaches in history he says the hackers also stole Equifax's trade secrets the federal government says the cyber crime allowed the Chinese to better target US government officials for espionage this year's Oscars was the least watched in history preliminary info shows twenty three point six million people watch the Academy Awards last night the previous low was set in twenty eighteen politics an Oscar they seem to go hand in hand I'm Steve Gregory backstage at the Academy Awards it took me only have forty five seconds appear which is forty five seconds more than Senate gave John Bolton this week that's Brad Pitt onstage after winning for Supporting Actor backstage he was asked why he got so political I was really disappointed with this week and I think when game and shipped from so doing the right thing it's a it's a it's a sad day and I don't think we should let it slide and I'm very serious about that in Hollywood Steve Gregory can't find use we have a crash on the four oh five in Carson this once the good news to tell you about south bound at Avalon if just roll that out of lanes the big delays are still served up overall out of west LA leaving Santa Monica Boulevard also a problem in Burbank it's gonna look at the drive south on seventy five before Burbank Boulevard the two right lanes are blocked to Iraq and traffic loading up away from one of its staff let's check out with here with Michael Bryant KFI in the sky sponsored by injury attorney super woman super lawyers dot com six oh five north out of Washington accident there to the right shoulder now right back through the wild Piper Rosecrans stopped outside of the six so five fifty goals falling out pretty much leaving the canned it's a not at all after all the way through the five figure Levine finds out bound pretty well Jennifer Michel interchange with Downey and the north outside of the best from harmony after the six oh five if you're good actor there's a triple woman trooper lawyer dot com Michael Bryant KFI in the car KFI in the sky helps get you there faster I mean to Martinez you want to sell your house or condo real fast really easy you call sellers advantage I'm in a I'm gonna tell you have to call them and.
Coronavirus spreads to Wisconsin as hundreds more Americans return to U.S. from outbreak's epicenter
"Corona virus is spreading here in the US more cases have been found in Wisconsin a person screamed at the airport in Madison Wisconsin tested positive for corona virus after recently having traveled to Beijing and you W. health medical director of infection control Dr nauseous off dark says that person is self isolating at home there are a large number of people that are infected but the overall mortality from this virus is not what we saw with sars or with motors or any of the other coronaviruses and that's the reason I think to be reassured and yet on when day two more planes from Wuhan China carrying Americans landed in California at two different military bases and hundreds of people are now under quarantine for two weeks last week nearly two hundred people were quarantined at the March air base in riverside California
The Grayer Layers of Female Sobriety
"How would you describe your relationship status with alcohol? Our friends. Yeah Yeah we're friends. We see each other maybe two three times a week not nearly nearly as much as we used to and now that I'm thirty six. That's kind of where I like to keep it. What about you? I would describe it as an ex that I'm on good terms with you. Know I don't like we can have a good time and we see each other but too much time together leads to anxiety hangovers. Yeah like my mental health. Really just cannot not handle heavy drinking anymore and this question about your relationship. Status with alcohol is one. We recently pose to unladylike listeners. There's to help us make sense of something that we'd started noticing both in our own friends circles and very much so on social media. Yeah it seems like more. Women are openly taking time outs from drinking or breaking up with it for good and while not drinking might seem like a straightforward choice voice on the outside for most sober ladies we heard from. It's complicated my name is Aida. I'm calling from Madison Wisconsin and and I have been sober for about a year now and it is hard and your work kind of mandates happy hours rush and you still have to go and drink with your co workers and when you tell people that you don't drink you're kinda looked at like you're crazy person. I'd is Right Carolina as you and I know from personal experience booze can feel hard to escape like it is the social lubricant of adulthood. Yeah like in my early twenties. I was working the midnight right shift at a newspaper and that meant bar hopping after every shift. And if I had wanted to skip out on it like a people would have looked at me weird just like IDA said NBA. I basically would not have had a social life. Yeah this is also reminding me of when I got on anti anxiety medication a few years back and and initially I just had zero taste for alcohol and also wanted to give my brain a chance to adjust to the MEDS and when I hung out with friends one weekend and they clocked that I was only drinking lacroix. I still remember like the truly concerned looks that I got okay. So you weren't drinking at the time and we're technically sober but sobriety can mean different things to different people right. They're the folks who don't drink as a matter of personal taste or faith or the folks who can't drink for medical and or medicated reasons. Then you've got the not drinking right now hours Aka the sober curious these folks. I tend to be loud proud and in it as part of a wellness lifestyle and then of course there are the sober folks who might identify as sober alcoholics or in recovery free and for them. Not Drinking isn't so much a choice. As it is a necessity to stay alive. Get healthy and improve their quality of life. My name name is Jordan and I'm an alcoholic. That's how they make you do it at meetings for someone like me. The recent instagram trend of sobriety is both helpful and infuriating. Part of. What's infuriating is that I'm a person who has had a hell of a time getting sober and when somebody's struggling with addiction trench the Internet for actual help and instead finds the thirteen most helpful sobriety ditches? You need to you follow right now. It's not ideal now. Who knows? Maybe those thirteen sobriety bitches are. Somebody's role model. Maybe but it's understandable that unladylike Jordan might feel like their hard-fought recovery is being co opted. So today we're not here to write a one-size-fits-all alcohol prescription and instead we're spending this episode exploring the grayer layers and spotlighting some major themes around gender drinking that we heard from y'all the unladylike lake listeners. It's all to find out. How do we choose our no boost choices and what happens in women? Sober up SA- Kristen here's the thing. It's totally normal for women to drink Shocker but lady like rules still apply to how were expected to do it. I typically something like drink modestly less than men and preferably really not beer and well proper ladies aren't supposed to get wasted. A sobering up might be more unladylike. It implies that you can't hit or don't WanNa follow those rules at all. Here's Listener Barbara I- lewd. Try January. I mean I would see this pop up in my facebook feed and I would be so angry and annoyed and not giving up the rare times and I get a chance to sit down and have a drink and ron but the truth is that I was terrified. Not being able to stop on on the way home to have a drink and that was not something that I was interested in examining what I can say now is I n three or so far and then I'm not going to drink today Carolina. I totally empathize with. Barbara's initial bristling at dry January. Like years back when it first started becoming a thing. It also put me on the defensive like oh well. Aren't you so perfect with. You're not drinking for a month and loving it. Yeah Yeah One thing that rang loud and clear in the voicemails and letters we got from sober ladies is how not drinking means dealing with other people's opinions like assuming assuming you're on a high horse or you're bound to be a buzzkill exactly so take for instance listener Kayla from Minnesota growing up. Her parents didn't and drink because they just weren't into the taste and being drunk people as always make you uncomfortable. Although I don't judge anyone else for drinking it's still inhibited. My ability ability to make friends in college and beyond so now at twenty eight years old. I do have an occasional drink in a social situation because it's easier to simply you give into social pressures rather than fight them but I do wish that those pressures didn't exist those pressures can be super invasive to Carolina. It reminds it's me of how some people interpret baby bums or visible tattoos as invitations. Chew Tut like it seems like folks feel especially entitled title to know why a woman is sober or not drinking. It blew my mind how much that came up all the messages we got for this episode. Like y'all get grilled arild. If you pass up a cocktail and admit I have been that griller caroline. And in retrospect like it is fucked up that there have been times I did not WANNA take no no for an answer because our reasons for not drinking are often really personal things you should have to disclose the people on demand. Yeah Yeah for instance. We heard from sexual assault survivors. Who prefer to not drink or be around drunk people because it's triggering or from other folks who have chronic illnesses or allergies and alcohol? Alcohol just doesn't agree with them. The social side eyeing of sobriety doesn't always stop when you leave the bar either sometimes caroline. The claptrap is coming from inside inside the house. A listener named T.. Who grew up in a heavy drinking Irish family gradually lost interest in booze and she shared the extreme lengths? She went to due to get her family to lay off her about it so I stopped drinking in twenty fourteen and that time my therapist suggested that one of the strategies. How did he actually used was to tell people that I wondered because I had heart condition? 'cause I am on medication for something else and people were just assume soon that when they saw me taking that I would take on that so that was what I did that time and I even told my family my friends everybody to this day they also think that I have a heart condition. That's why I don't drink in. Caroline faking a heart condition. Still doesn't stop people from prying they. Sometimes we'll say oh well you can have just one well. We're going to say if I really did have some kind of serious condition and here you are telling Australia. Oh No it's fine. I know more than your doctor. I know more than you farthest I know more than you about your body truly wild and this gets me thinking though. Kristen is this kind of scrutiny. Different four women okay. This is something that I've also been thinking about in my personal life ever since I got married because there are times when I don't really want to drink but I go ahead and order a cocktail anyway because caroline I know the question that's coming if I don't uh-huh
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"By mark o'connell joining us from Madison Wisconsin counties association our guest is the director at forward analytics Dale Knapp and the as we talk about the changing demographics of mark and Dale what you're saying is we have a challenge in the state if younger people are leaving the state not having kids and maybe not getting married at the same rates that were thirty forty years ago like when the brewers dead and all the older people are retiring and who's going to fill that void you know then that is that is really the challenge because it what what day I mean common sense in statistics tell us is that people generally consume government service our taxes when they are younger and school age when and then when when they are older in retirement age in between you are a net contributor to to government coffers so we need a sufficient number of meeting so we can educate the younger people the wealth makers of tomorrow and take care of those that have contributed to society previously but are now retired the trouble is we don't have enough of those people in the middle and they're not making enough money paying enough in taxes to support these two other ends the spectrum and deal done some work in this area where we'll deal you've been looking at the statistics here for quite some time what have you found about younger people in our state that are that are doing well are we keeping are we are we drive it amount to what's happening with them well I I was just the the IRS puts out migration numbers based on income tax filings and so they just put out a couple more years support were up to two thousand eighteen in terms of of the the migration numbers that and what's nice is a big break all of this down by where they're going in state by state by state county by county but they also do it by age and income and and so one of the things I did is I I I if if it's a fairly narrow segment but I looked at the under twenty six filers earning seventy five thousand dollars or more sold sold out the the young bright people that are doing doing very well and looked at at their migration rate two thousand sixteen to two thousand eighteen in terms of leaving the state ten percent of that cohort left the state that's a big number at the big percent that's a lot of young smart people making a lot of money and gonna make a lot more money in the in the the in their middle and later career and when we lost to ten percent now that's a terrible number that's a terrible number now we we did get some back from other states but it was only enough to cover up about half of those that that left so our our nat nat out migration of that group was about minus five percent that number that number was forty eight in the country forty eight words forty eight yeah it was the worst only Connecticut and Delaware were worse than us wow where they going where the going deal where the wealthy will that do well we don't know where these people are going but we do we do know who's who's gaining the you know from from all over and that's Washington Oregon California Colorado and the outer layer here and I'm not sure how this fits in but they're also going to Idaho I don't hold Idaho one's going to work in California and Colorado well it's a it's west northwest at that yeah so that's not Sunbelt that's not Arizona it's not Florida Texas now I don't what do you what do you attribute to that why probably and I'm sure I'm sure a lot of its pack that you know probably their their power a lot of them are probably in you know technology industries that that you know you you think of of Washington you think of Caldor than California Colorado was very tacky in terms of of industry so that that probably had something to do okay with Idaho if you've ever been to Boise Idaho and it's been it's Boise there's no Z. in fact it even to get very upset by that nobody should say Boise there's no Z. in Boise Boise Idaho if you're walking around in Boise you would know if your invoice if your medicine the very very much alike so I could see that being a very attractive place for for smart young talent yeah but of course it once more in talent leaves and goes to Washington Oregon California Idaho in Colorado obviously they're not here so we're losing that income making potential we're losing the creativity we're losing some of the people are gonna start a business the entrepreneurs the risk takers the the young whelp makers of tomorrow we're we're losing them that that spells more trouble it details the it does and it but there's this is there's an even bigger problem we've we've never been good at keeping young people here young college graduate type I did I looked at my Gration patterns going back to nineteen ninety and and we've never been very good at keeping that group what we have been good at is attracting twenty five to forty five year olds the the family formation years essentially we're known for good school a safe state a lot of recreation you know friendly and so it will it's not surprising that that we were good at attracting you know that court what's troubling is when you look between two thousand ten and two thousand fifteen we not only lost the young people that we were just talking about but we also lost among young families that is a is a is a real problem for the state that the the group that we've always been strong with we are now a net loser in terms of of the of that group to do we don't do we have the reasons for the sale we have the numbers but do we know why we have the numbers we don't have the reasons but when people move there's no question there at that **** you know why are you moving here and there so and and this one it is tough to figure out if it's you know it's sort of what's changed in two thousand ten is that would not make of eighty eight a good destination stay for the sound fan because we still have one of the best education system in the country we have the university system which is top notch guide compared to anyone Harvard Stanford anywhere that top notch we have a technology system which is absolutely fantastic we got a two year college system which it is just absolute dynamite it's a great secret but they are just a document so we've got great education system yeah we know what we have you know tax issues but you get a lot for your dollar here in the states so I could just take a big the question why I mean what are these young people looking for and and what might we do to provide that so we can attract them and keep them before somebody answers it's the weather in the snow Minneapolis Chicago you talked about cities of destination for some of these that would make sense obviously they're not all going down to Florida and Arizona right you're right yet in Minneapolis does really well I mean let's cut we like to compare ourselves to Minnesota quite a lot but it in Wisconsin you can't travel twenty miles without running into a small town he's in Minnesota you could travel a couple hours before you ran into a small town go further west me eight take Colorado for example or or Idaho I don't I know first hand you can travel a long time without running into a small town so southern Illinois it goes on forever right yeah very dispersed above we and we we we do have a major metro area in Milwaukee dislike him in every other state but what is it what is it we might be doing it as Paul says not the weather it's not you know it's not that what else what what is it we could be doing Dale you know bye bye bye and again we we don't know the the only thing that that I can think of that that sort of changed to a degree has been that the national publicity about the state in terms of politics you know since the the Akpan term while that with but here in Madison got huge national attention when when you know when my wife and I go on vacation we go to other states and you tell somebody from your Wisconsin wait a minute deal out the first ball stop that don't everyone vacation to other states I'm sorry a right you were in a life I was giving you work at yeah okay got it a lot of times one of the reaction when you tell them that you're from Wisconsin the reaction often times is about all of the turmoil which we we know what I'm living here that yes we have that during act had but we don't have that now that is completely over yes yes but I think they're still I think that to some degree there still that perception of the the state and and they can't explain all of it but I think it can be of eight it might be a factor because nothing else has really changed significantly for the worse here I I find that disturbing because it that is them what we need is a is a campaign to to have the rest of the country understand that that was a public policy issue that had a beginning and it had you know we enacted a policy will remove the policy and and but we're still the same state we're still made up of the same great people we still have the same great opportunities we're still a great place for for the people to come and do business were a fantastic place to educate your young people that was just a a minor I think the the news media did us no favors with this sort of a negative attention Hey if that's problematic now I do think there are some things we can do internal in our state when we look at the young talent of tomorrow a new the wealth makers of tomorrow in one of the things that I that I think it to track we we need to attract young people you gonna have to have broadband pretty much everywhere you can breathe and that's that requires an investment and that's that's part of our they have for the trouble with northern Wisconsin losing so many young people if it is then and and that and the broadband in the north we've been talking about that for for years you know eat but meant when you go to two hearts of of northern Wisconsin and talked to business leaders they should yeah sometimes the they're setting down their computer systems at four five o'clock at the kids get out of school because they're going home and using up all the the the band with that that's in.
Rails Camp USA with Bobbilee Hartman
"Bobby Lee Hardman is a developer advocate. Swear she's been in development for the past five years president more widely known as the founder of rails Camp West the longstanding unplug retreat for Web developers in the United States. Bobby Lee recently moved from the wind. West Seattle bobbly. I wrote rails instructors for vote bootcamp call block. It's so great to talk to you once again. Bobbly yeah you to me. I'm excited. Thanks thanks for joining me. Bobby Lee what is your develop origin story okay. So it's Kinda crazy so I didn't study my first year of college was photography then. I transferred transferred after a year. In did You Know Business Administration with an emphasis in marketing so then after college I started working at a small startup it up and we are building a mobile APP. Emmy outsource all of our development work to you know like a small dead shot and I was kind of you. Know doing Little bit of designed for them and a little bit of like preparing to do marketing. Because the apple doesn't live yet so as always at that deb shops office and the guys is in. There could kind of tell that I was really interested in what they're doing. I thought they were like Superman News. Just so cool to see at the time. And so they gave me a book to read L. H. Meal on a Schmaltzy assess and I read it really quickly and I was just like super into it and excited that I can learn it and I just was like Oh my God. This isn't that difficult you no. I think this might be something I might be interested in so then probably like a week after I finished that book there is a technique Chicago conference and I was living in Madison Wisconsin at the time so it wasn't that far so I went with a friend and one of the sessions that was going on there was called Anyone learn to code and so I was like oh for sure have to go to the session. They're going to like teach me all kinds of stuff you know like maybe there's some magic thing going on that's not not you know. Engineering is not that complicated. Whatever some drop and drag thing like photoshop or something and totally not that but they kind of explained to me about this the program? There's this new concept of doing learning one specific language in eleven weeks and so they were the first school to do it and even before Dev bootcamp when I was like. Oh this sounds interesting. You know maybe I'll just figure out if I don't like it. I mean if I don't like it that'll be able to communicate with our engineers that were working with you know win win regardless bliss so you know but you know. I wasn't quite sure so when I went back to Madison to think about it and then a week after that. This all happened really quickly Week after that Madison Ruby. I was in town which is a smaller conference and the day before it was a rail bridge in rails was the language they were going to teach in that course in Chicago so I was interested so went to this one day workshop in rails bridges a one day workshop that you teach you kind of the basics of what rails is. It's it's pretty probably made for people that no other languages but I was like. Oh Whatever I. I don't know how to use a computer. Besides doing a little bit of photoshop stuff and now each to Mounsey assess the book so I went to this thing and I learned you know pretty you know lake. It was still very confusing. I mean it's very high level But it was you know really I just got me really interested in thinking more about going to school and then at the end of the workshop they were like is anyone in the Roma photographer. You know it can be casual. I don't have to be super professional national anything but we just want someone to take some photos of the Madison Ruby Conference over the next few days so I was like. Oh I can do that. You know I'm not you know. Amazing at doing internal shots are inside indoors shots. But you know they're like whatever yeah sounds good and so it was jam who I'm still friends with. And so yeah. I shot the whole conference when I met all these people in the rails community Ruby community that I'm still friends with today and One of the instructors that school in Chicago was there so he kinda convince me a few convince me to just go ahead and take the program in Chicago and just see what would happen. I love that story because it's essentially a series of you saying yes to opportunities soon. be allowing up. Yes so yes so then. Pretty much after that Yeah I went to school in. Chicago's two months or whatever and after that out I was like I should move back to Minneapolis because my first role could be you know an internship it can be unpaid. I'm not sure and I'm from Minneapolis. So but yes. I got my first paid salary and everything junior position after that And that felt kind of like my first real job because my startup job fell a little. You know just kind like a starter thing before right up right out of college so see then my career just kind of kept going after that I got my next suffer engineering role at intuit do it in San Diego and then if you other things Until I started working at square. So yes so that leads us where you are first. Developer advocate on the show. How can you tell me what that role entails okay so a developer evangelist or advocate developer? Relations are all interchangeable and there are a little bit different at every company and and at Square. We kind of are less focused on going to events a lot and traveling a lot which is what a lot of a lot of evangelists as you as you may have met some of of them. That's a lot of what they're doing is creating You know talks conferences going to conferences and blog posts. So we do you know. We do a lot of talks conferences. We also encourage a lot of our engineers to speak at conferences and to teach them about what are the opportunities are out there for them to get Get out into the community deep and then we work on the blog newsletter. and Um yeah this new YouTube channel which we've created a lot of tutorials and short videos intro videos videos about you know maybe one topic that you'll see on our docks or something and so. We're still coding. Because recreating these orioles and creating these workshops stuff on on our videos and for blog posts. Well and let's see what else is the main thing is that you know Every developer over ventures as a little bit different to and what. They're evangelizing. So what they're sharing to their community of developers so we focused on sharing and spreading the word about our SDK's API's his and about this new marketplaces kind of like an APP store for evangelists mean for developers so a lot of people know of square for our hardware. But they don't know about us as much for some of the you know adding a payment form. It's your website or your mobile APP so a lot of that is what kind of were getting the word out what. I'm trying to get the word out. Maybe you know on twitter or you know just being part of the community going to meet ups telling people kind of what we're up to and you know writing different blog posts and then And then another cool thing that we're up to is this marketplace's APP store if you will where we're connecting our smelling of sellers that we have so people that have readers tres in the hardware at their coffee shop or for their store the farmer's market We're kind of trying to make you know we're trying to work on. Adding developers offers into the scene there. So there's some developers who might WanNa make us custom tool for a seller so we're kind of connecting them in a marketplace where they can make money on people and building APPs for sellers dollars. So that's kind of this new thing that were Working on as well so yes so it's kind of different. You're always kind of like you know you're either spreading the word about what S. gave an API or were also teaching Our own internal teams. You know what are the developer saying slack or the questions coming through recently any. How can we change the docs to be a little bit? More user friendly What are some things that developers want that we aren't building? What are what are they saying about our current offering offering our current? SEK's in waters. You know yeah so. We're kind of like the voice of you know we can be help helpful in a few different ways but those are kind of all the things that would entail maybe something in evangelist evangelist would do not sounds like a lot. So what is the day in the life where you are you still coating yes so we're so coning. There's only three of us on my team that do mainly vandalism or advocacy and we so-called because we're creating blog post with some content in there so something where reteaching engineer engineer how to us when we're SDK's for example or introducing something that's new In an anarchist that were building for the Youtube Channel. We or you know coating up examples making small APPS Yeah kind of live coding on all of those videos so live examples of APPs Yes US oh. We're so th coating data days changes. Recently I've been working on looking back at all of our old blog posts making sure we don't have a lot of four fours and a lot of redirects going into some of our new content are new versions of Sek's or we've seen new API's that come out and there's new stuff coming out of the time so making sure blogs are up to date Working on a script for a video is something I do a lot now and mainly. That's I would say. Most of my time goes towards making scripts or working with other engineers on our team to produce a script gripped for something Yeah and like events we do some events for select engine like we'll have a group of people come and tell us how their experience with their API he is so we'll have you know events like that and stuff
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Thanks for joining us America Steve is with us in Madison Wisconsin hi Steve how are you I'm doing good days are you better than I deserve what's up I'm electricians in the Madison area here and I something new that people and doing that I work with its act I get supplemental insurance called taking that and it's basically protects you against layoffs and it's like thirty Bucks a month for the full Hey out which is like nine thousand dollars laid off and yet they be enforced for thirty days and I know how you feel about supplemental insurance but you know it it you have to be paying thirty dollars a month for a long time to get that I don't know what you feel about that powers of your plan and baby step three but I did so it just seems like it's a good deal but then it seems like it's good to be true any time insurance is there for something that you could cover yourself we needed to stop and remember how insurance works okay let's you and I open a supplemental insurance layoff insurance company right now okay you're not right we're gonna going partners were going to open it up it's gonna be Stephen Dave's insurance companies so the first thing we're gonna do is we're gonna run a building and then restore harm people to sell this stuff and we're going to hire a receptionist in a computer tech and we're gonna have payroll and overhead for the business if we're gonna start that business right that company is someone that has all the okay and then we're gonna have to you'd say okay what we're gonna cells layoff insurance ruined ball for nine thousand dollars were the coverage in case someone's laid off they were gonna charge thirty dollars on my end them before we figure out the thirty dollars a month then we've got to get some research and we've got to figure out statistically how often have we got to pay this out okay right if we sell a thousand people this insurance then we're on the hook for a thousand times nine thousand but no no chance all armor gonna get laid off but out of that in a given year how many of them are laid off okay and I would calculate out how much we'd have to come out of pocket okay so if two of them were laid off then our cost to offer it to one thousand people would be eighteen thousand dollars right yep if our call if ten of a more laid off of the ninety thousand dollars it's probably more like it okay and then we would take that ninety thousand dollars which is our actual cost to cover one thousand people plus our building rant and our payroll in our overhead we need to make a profit showroom for profit on there too and then we're going to divide that number by a thousand people and that's where we get thirty Bucks now what that means to you then if you're buying the insurance is that on average they have to make a profit on you at thirty dollars which tells us thirty dollars times a pay period per month after month okay so twelve times as a three sixty dollars a year to cover nine thousand so with that right there tells us that not many people actually cash in on this nine thousand I know of at least three people that have yeah but I'm saying statistically if very many people cash in on it they go out of business dude yeah I agree because you're not taking in enough to pay out the nine thousand everybody and believe me they calculated that they know what they're doing they don't accidentally do this so all the average when you buy insurance of any kind.
September Full Moon 2019: When is the Harvest Moon this year? What time is the Moon?
"Start September thirteenth. the most. and so the year happens tonight the harvest moon it's the full moon that's closest to the autumnal equinox which is coming up on September twenty third the actual time of the full moon is around midnight that's the moment the moon lines up opposite the sun so it'll be fully illuminated by the sun's rays. the harvest moon occurs around the end of the growing season for much of the northern hemisphere so it's time to harvest the crops in the harvest moon name but another reason for the name is that the light of the full moon helps farmers bring in Somers bounty. at this time of year the full moon rises only twenty or twenty five minutes later each night at mid to high northern latitudes north about Madison Wisconsin or Billings Montana in fact from some latitudes the moon can actually rise a bit earlier for several evenings in a row this gives farmers some extralite extending the harvest time well into the night. over the course of a year though the moon
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"The film eighty nine point nine good Ole Madison Wisconsin we'll see you next week well soon nab her yeah wearing easy hello I'm are in motion with the BBC news president trump has arrived in Dayton Ohio one of two US cities where mass shootings took place over the weekend killing thirty one people his visit which will be followed immediately by a trip to el Paso in Texas comes amid a continuing row over whether his language in his tweets and speeches this contributed to white supremacist violence Jon Sopel is in el Paso he's facing searching questions about white supremacy and racism and whether his line which has contributed to the problem before leaving the White House he rejected that charge protests greeted the president in Dayton and community leaders in el Paso urge the president to stay away outside the Walmart where white nationalist killed twenty two people in this overwhelmingly Hispanic city there were similar sentiment among people I spoke to hundreds of Walmart employees in the U. S. are expected to walk out today to protest about the retailer's policies on selling guns the action is being taken to ask the retailer to stop sending weapons endo nations to politicians funded by the national rifle association focused on has decided to expel India's envoy and suspend all trade with it today's decision to strip Indian administered Kashmir of its special status India says his action is aimed at helping the people of Kashmir by bringing the state on a par with the rest of the country Paul Adams reports Pakistan is making its sense of outrage abundantly clear a resolution passed by a joint session of parliament condemned what it called India's illegal unilateral reckless and coercive action there was much defiance one government minister fell out Chowdhry saying Pakistan could not live with what he called this humiliation we fought for catch me before he said and we will fight for cash me again but the government's actions so far has been rather more measured India has been told that it's high commissioner in Pakistan is no longer welcome and Pakistan's High Commissioner to India only recently appointed well not now take up his post security forces in Kurdistan have carried out an assault on the house of the country's former president almost back autumn bias because his parliament to strip to Mr item by if of immunity in June he faces five charges of misconduct in office when he was president from twenty eleven to twenty seventeen including corruption he is Mike Saunders witnesses reported hearing gunshots and sing wounded people leaving I must be a captain by S. house in quite Tash a village near the capital Bishkek it's not clear if he was among them Mr item by F. was democratically elected in twenty eleven and six years later became the first gig as president to hand over power of his own volition but he's fallen out with his successors stolen by Jim vehicle of parliament strip missed item by F. of his immunity in June he's denied allegations that he took bribes from a Chinese company the modernized which kicks coal fired power station you're listening to the latest world news from the BBC reports from the Yemeni city of agents at least one person has been killed and others wounded in violence between southern separatists and forces loyal to the government one report said the casualties were members of the military forces aligned with the separatists is said to be in an exchange of fire with presidential gods the German ministry has grounded or fifty three of its tiger assault helicopters because of a lack of spare parts in a statement come on this said the whole fleet would be thoroughly checked and bodes replaced when necessary before flights resume the helicopters used primarily for pilot training hundreds of south African police have carried out raids to confiscate counterfeit goods in an area of the Johannesburg city center with many shops owned by foreign nationals the city's police chief said fake goods threaten the country's economy the premium how ten province said more than six hundred undocumented foreigners had been arrested a Kenyan MPs been ordered to leave parliament after she attended the morning session with a five month old baby some of the lake as sons male colleagues describe to actions as shameful as supporters of condemned her treatment in world breastfeeding week is our sons aged had a domestic emergency responding.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"In Madison Wisconsin when two separate restaurant fires on unusual because deep fried tempura flakes the ingredients used to add crunch to some sushi rolls but heat generated from the process can build up to the point that the crunchy cooked batter can ignite no injuries reported Sam lead singer CBS news all is fair that's one of the stories we're following nine AM seven sixty San Diego county fair officials say thirty thousand fewer people visited this year's fair compared to last year the all time attendance record was set in two thousand sixteen when one million six hundred nine thousand and four hundred eighty one guess visited the del Mar fairgrounds a new San Diego tourism authority report says the county welcome just over seven and a half million tourists during the first three months of this year which is a new quarterly high end of beach volleyball class will be taught tomorrow morning at mission beach were sponsored by Walgreens at Walgreens you can get expert diabetes advice twenty four seven find all major brands of testing supplies and download tools to help you stay on track talk to your Walgreens pharmacist today in weather is partly cloudy in seventy one degrees at Lindbergh field look for partly cloudy skies tomorrow insofar as the Padres host the Braves tonight at petco park first pitch is five forty the priors loss to Atlanta last night five to three AM seven sixty talk and breaking news Hey it's Brett wearable hope you're enjoying your weekend on the Clark Howard show catch my shows starting Monday at three on A. M. seven sixty talking breaking news and lasts and.
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Bedford street, Madison Wisconsin five three seven zero three before to hear from you today. In what a day it is here in the midwest. Beautiful fifty eight degrees Fahrenheit a few clouds humidity's at fifty eight percent do point is at forty three wins out of southwest at six miles per hour. Looking for mostly Saturday and Sunday, high sixty five low of forty eight tonight, mostly clear tonight. We'll have a slight chance of showers tomorrow. We'll get up to sixty seven degrees. Appears those showers will come in the afternoon. There's a forty percent chance there. Fifty percent chance of showers tomorrow night, low of fifty. I have sixty on Monday with a forty percent chance of showers all day Monday through Monday night, looking at a low of forty three Monday night. I have fifty eight on Tuesday, mostly cloudy northeast winner on ten to fifteen miles per hour. A low of forty two. Have a slight chance of rain through mid week through towards the end of the week with highs in the lower fifties. Lows in the lower forties. That takes us through the end of the week as far as forecast this week goes. Get a special. Thank you to d- rivers for reaching out to tropical rhythms and sending your letters. I want you to know Mr. rivers that we indeed received a letter from you. Ended up in my mailbox just a couple of weeks ago. And that was the one sent out. In april. And then we just received another one from you that was from just last week. So they are making their way here. Do you river? So no concerns there as far as the message being received received as something special.
Woolly Mammoth cells 28,000 years-old reactivated by science
"It have. We not learned anything from Jurassic Park. A team of Japanese scientist is attempting to bring back the long extinct, you guessed it, Ernie woolly mammoth the animal has been extinct for nearly four thousand years. I thought it was longer than that. But the scientists have emerged to extract the cells of a twenty eight thousand year old mammoth and transport them into a mouse, the cells show signs of life. We're gonna have a woolly mouse. Here we go. The cells were taken from a mammoth that scientists call Yuka would have been seven at the time of her death. Okay. Her carcass was in pretty good shape. And they found it in Siberia back in two thousand ten now. You may be asking Ernie rightly so how soon until we start seeing these hairy beasts in our woods. It's only going to be a matter of time before we see him over in Waco. Oh, sure, they say could be quite a while. While the cells took to the mouse eggs, the cells divide to create anything like a fetus. But it did prove that science. It did prove to scientists that they could reawaken cells isn't a Willie ma'am at the size of an elephant speaker is even bigger than the elephant much planting this what did they think how big do? They think the uterus of the mouse is gonna ho- how big is this thing gonna have to know the science behind this. But it will be fascinated. The I want to be there for the discussion of where do we put them? Do. We put them exactly where they were. Yeah. We put them in Madison Wisconsin or wherever the heck large populations of them were found dead or do we just like, well, we got to put them in Montana and do they have to be in cold climates? Do they have to the plane in Texas? Well, Waco, actually does have a giant mammoth? Sanctuary study dig whatever you wanna call it. But that was four thousand years ago. I imagine the weather was much colder. No, no, no science on that has been settled. I don't know the science of the weather twenty eight thousand four thousand years ago. Neither does anyone else. Unfortunately, they settled the science. So if so we have to unleash and Canada, I candidate deal with it. I would suggest this that if you're going to rebuild the woolly mammoth, which are you in on. I know I think you are weak. You shouldn't be I think, hey, you had your day it came and went you're gone. Didn't is man to blame for them not being around. And you know, no man is not to blame Jesus Jesus. That's right. You had your shot you blew it. You sat around drinking beer watching TV all day. You got fat all of you had heart attacks, you're gone. It's done. So I don't want these things coming back. But if you're gonna bring them back, I would like you to modify the genes to where we smaller version. Yeah, they're the size lapdog. Yeah. They could be the size of a lapdog, and they're domesticated because I'll be happy to have a woolly mammoth at the house a little horns. Yeah. Tiny little horns, it's really adorable or you trick them out to be like those Ali fonts Lord of the rings that have long horn. I like that. Yeah. Something something like that since we're really tricky since we're playing the part of Jesus here. Let's go ahead. And trick these suckers up when they come back or just here's a better idea. Let's cross him. So when they come back, they have mink coats, look, really, really snazzy, nightlife. Yeah. Really soft. You can sleep around with them. Chinchilla? Yeah. Exactly beautiful. Now. I don't like the idea of see I'm all about it. Are you? I when I die. I'm figuring unless something kills mega tell about ninety. Okay. I think by ninety we'll have it figured out. And if I could see a willy mammoth for die man, that'd be great. But what if a kick ass, but here's the problem if they can do that. Then eventually they can bring you back and then you'll see the woolly mammoth in life number two. Nobody's gonna wanna do that. No guy. They don't bring back. The key had his shot. Kind of like how you talk about it. You had your shot you blew it. Let's
"madison wisconsin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is Sandra Cornell from Madison Wisconsin along things up in Madison. Colder Colo colder than there in Chicago. What do you do there? I'm a singer. Do you work at some kind of restaurant? No actually worked for the greatest bicycle company in Waterloo, Wisconsin, really sous-chef place. Yeah. Yeah. We serve great healthy tasty food to all of the employees. We are in the country. So it's great for them to not have to go. Look for good food. Oh, that's wonderful. Does everybody ride their bikes to work? I hope quite a few actually even in this weather. Do you know? We'll send your welcome to the show. Bill Curtis is gonna read for you three news related limericks with the last word of phrase missing from each if you can fill in that last word or phrase correctly and just do the lyrics. You'll be a winner ready to play ready. Here is your first Limerick by lease and thumbs up. We know these they give letters numbers slows squeeze the police are annoyed by Cup poop tears of joy. My vanity plate has emojis. If you're a driver in Queensland Australia be on the lookout for new emoji vanity license plates. Gonna today's we only had letters and numbers to reveal your narcissism to the world. Naked thrown laughing. Face hard is smiley face and eggplant. Case.
Wisconsin gov.-elect won't rule out suing over bills that would limit power
"Has happened before in many a legislature Democrats. In fact, I've done this in the past two Republican governors in lane duck sessions and other states joining me now from the state capital of Madison, Wisconsin, incoming democratic governor Tony got elect Devers. Welcome to meet the presser. Running check. How are you today? I'm okay. Let me start with this. You had said you were going to personally lobby governor Scott Walker the outgoing governor whom you defeated to veto this legislation. How those talks gone have you met with them. I communicated with governor Walker over the telephone a few days ago and laid out my physician that vetoing the legislation was going to be an important thing. Not only for you to make sure that our our what happened last November the vote of the people Wisconsin is actually upheld. And we're putting people in front of politics, but also just bad legislation. And I made that made that pitch and was noncommittal, I know publicly he's said another arenas savvy plans to sign most or all of it. So I'm not particular courage to at this point in time. But it's it's around Scott Walker's legacy. He he has the opportunity to change this and actually validate the will of the people that voted on November six did you negotiate with them? Did you say, you know, what look I know x is really important to you. I get that. But what's with y and z here was there. A why did you go to? And say, look, I I really think this part is just crazy please veto that if you want to keep this. I get it. No, I I talked about a few areas that are really important that actually Republican business leaders have talked about that that would take away power imply implicate and make make economic development much more difficult in the state of Wisconsin. But the entire thing is a mess. It's a hot mess. I believe that. He should be towed. The entire package impact at least three or four the pieces that are in there. Now, he has vetoed previously. And so it makes no sense to me. He's he's been a longtime public servant. And and I and he he he has a legacy here. So we're hopeful that he will veto the whole thing. I'm curious after you were elected and quickly. We heard word that the Republican speaker and the Republican majority leader in the legislature. There were considering these bills. Did you reach out to them personally before the bills started going? And if you did what was that conversation like? Well, I I met with Robert Vaas this speaker much before those words that rumor came down the pike. I haven't had a chance to talk immediate was last minute is one of these. Here's a rumor. And here's here's the bills that have been worked on for several months. But know, Scott, you didn't won this election, which got Walker at one this election. We wouldn't be sitting here talking to you today. Is there any party, you know, one of the things that the speaker said he goes, well and hindsight, maybe we gave the governor too much power take the partisan hat off a minute. All right. I know that that perhaps many people read that comet tongue in cheek. But do you believe he's right? Well, there are things in that Bill that really had nothing to do with giving Scott Walker anything. So I don't agree with that. We have balanced power in the state of Wisconsin legislature in both sides are Republican. I'm a democrat. The attorney general's have democrat. No, I view this as completely different than the, Robin. Boy, you said, and that is that we are trying to invalidate the of the people people Wisconsin voted for because they know that I was for good schools and good transportation system and good healthcare. They didn't they didn't. They didn't elect me to fight over. Administrative powers in the state of Wisconsin vis-a-vis, the Republican majority. Now, I think this this this gets us off to bad start. I I think it's a mistake. But we we'll continue working to get the people Wisconsin to convince Scott Walker to think about his legacy and make sure that he vetos language democratic congresswoman Glenmore said the following the legislatures who injured near this coup their actions amount to a smash and grab hijacking of the voters. Will you think coups the right word here? Well, that's that's always seems seems strong. But the fact of the matter is. As I just said if Walker had won this election, and he did not I did we wouldn't be sitting here. Talking about this today. We wouldn't we wouldn't be talking. It's Scott Walker wouldn't be sitting here talking about. Jeez. They're they're trying to they're trying to balance the power here. So no, I think is directly related to the to a win by a democrat in that be me. And we need we need to have this. We need to have this vetoed. One of their rationale has been well governor like abras margins all came from two cities, Madison and Milwaukee. We have to represent the rest of the state. What do you say to that charge? And more importantly, you want a very narrow election. How do you? How do you reach across this divided state at this point. Like, it would have been a lot easier without this legislation. I'll tell you that I have reached my present job is state superintendent that's a statewide elected position. And I've reached across island all all all numbers of issue. So that's part of my DNA. I'm an educator. So I I always try to find common ground, and I'll continue to do that going forward. This just makes it more difficult. But I wanted me election anyway, you slice it. I want me election and actually narrowed some of the. The votes out state, and I've won lots of those counties out state in the past. I governor I will be the governor of the state. It was represent doesn't veto this legislation. Do you plan to sue you really think you have standards? All all all issues are on the table. I I'm not making any promises one way or the other. But we're looking at all issues all options at the table. I need to stand up for the people Wisconsin. There's two point six million people that voted in this last election, and they expect me to do that. So I'm going to we're going to pursue this governor elect, Tony abors democrat from Wisconsin. Thanks for coming on sharing your views. Good luck. When you take when he actually takes us. All right. When we come back. The one issue
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"New revelations about hundreds of priests molesting children, mostly boys have plunged global Catholicism into a deep crisis. The scandal has also deepened longstanding divisions within the church around issues of sexuality NPR's. Tom gjelten reports the uproar over clergy sex abuse in the Catholic church is no longer just about sex abuse. Some church leaders are using the crisis to promote a campaign against gay priests. Bishop Robert Marlena of Madison Wisconsin at a letter last month to Catholics in his diocese said, quote, we are talking about deviant sexual almost exclusively homosexual acts by clerics. Here's asked about that comment later in an interview on the eternal word television network WTN, Raymond Arroyo was the anchor some will say Bishop reading this letter that you are blaming homosexuality for the problems in the church and for the sex abuse crisis. You would say what? I would say that homosexuality is at the root of this researchers who have studied patterns of clergy sex abuse. So they have found no evidence of a link with sexual orientation, but the notion that the problem of priests molesting boys and young men is related to the number of priests. Tour gay has been echoed by several conservative Catholic leaders. A few say the abuse crisis. Justifies a purge of gay men from the priesthood those reactions reflect continuing arguments in the church over sexuality and even over pope Francis himself. He has advocated a more, tolerant church culture with algae BT people in particular and some Catholics. Don't approve official church doctrine holds that a deep seated homosexual orientation is a moral disorder. The debate is now front and center. Our church is very unhealthy attitudes about sexuality in general and HAMAs sexual. In particular. Really need to be addressed Marianne daddy Burke of dignity USA, a Catholic LGBT advocacy group sees some church, homophobia, and the reaction to the clergy abuse crisis. Whenever the church is under stress, particularly around the issue of sexual abuse of minors and the cover up by the clergy gate-race have been scapegoated another cleric who is connected clergy abuse to gay priests is archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the former Vatican embassador to the US in an open letter released last month bigger, no blasted what he called a homosexual current in church circles, but Vigano also made a point that even critics like James Martin have to acknowledge clergy abuse, mostly involves male on male assault. Clearly, the vast majority of cases are men preying on boys and adolescents, we have to be clear about that. But that does not mean. That every gay priest is an abuser. Martin is a Jesuit priest who writes often about LGBT issues and Catholicism the reason we have that stereotype is because there are so few public counter examples of the healthy celebrate gay priests of whom there are hundreds if not thousands Martin thinks as many as thirty or forty percent of Catholic priests are gay, but he says they're terrified to be as such in the current environment. The crisis also has political ramifications in his letter archbishop Vigano singled out, several top Catholic cardinals and bishops as being complicit in the abuse crisis almost all have been allied with pope Francis and supportive of his agenda Francis himself figure no said should resign for having accommodated those men. In fact, Vigano is among the longstanding critics of Francis in the church again, James Martin, what's happening. Unfortunately, is that the suffering of children and the crimes of sex abuse are being used by people who have always been pope. Francis. Critics as an excuse to dump on him, basically. And it's apparently having an effect. A new CNN poll shows pope Francis is now viewed favorably by just forty eight percent of Americans down from the seventy three percent who approved of him at the beginning of his papacy. One more sign of how this sex abuse crisis in the Catholic church has
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