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"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of Southeast Wisconsin on NewsRadio. W T. M. J. Welcome back to the CBD American Shaman show on W. GM James He's committee, joined by Matt Wall Store owner for City American shaman. They talk about it. You hear this term location, location, location. You guys have a lot of area locations. Let's talk about where their at's what they offer. Location, location, location, Stevie, Right, So there are eight locations in southeastern Wisconsin. I like to start from or if the South give our listeners an idea where to find us. So the first location starting north of south of the Manami Falls on Silver Spring drive. Just west of Interstate 41 by the quick trip there. There's two locations in Brookfield, There's one on capital and Calhoun on the northern side of Brookfield. There's also location on Blue Mountain Road in the Brownstone Shopping Center, also kind of an intersection of against blue Mound in Calhoun. There's a store in Walker shot at Sylvan Road, just off of exit to 93 off I 94 in West Allis. There's the location on national Cleveland, right, the pygmy quickly shopping center their targets. Also, there is a very good location. Location. Franklin, Wisconsin at the intersection of 76 Ross and write the pick and see Shopping center their location in downtown Racine on Main Street near Third Avenue. His location in Kenosha, near the intersection of 18th Street in 22nd Avenue for expanding listeners. There's locations in Ash, Ash, Green Bay, Madison Sun Prairie. Portage Wisconsin does I think w t M J is a pretty good reach? You might be all the way out there as well. So if anyone listening, we could be found. You just have to find us. We are open. We are accessible and we are here to help Matt Walsh Joining me in the city American shaman.

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"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Witnesses of yesterday's fiery crash report hearing, an explosion along with the black plume of smoke. Photojournalist John drilling was coming back from a store in Racine when he tells today's. T J. He saw the wreck the most horrific thing I've ever seen in my life. Describable the violence of the crash was a couple of minutes before it process was happening. He says, that's when he grabbed his camera and began filming the Milwaukee police department is grieving, the loss of yet. Another officer department our size. It is very uncommon for something to happen like this four officer deaths in one year's time would be a lot for any department to handle cheap Morales says they will continue to move forward. Thank george. Papa crystal one of the market. Police chaplains. I think he's played in his staff is played an important role in helping us cope with this. We also have a psychologist that worked for the police department Qiu her was killed in a crash while heading home from work early Tuesday morning. He was twenty seven years old. Melissa barklay WTMJ news journal sentinel reports that suspect thirty four year old Dante James has been booked on a preliminary charge of homicide by intoxicated use of vehicle. The intersection where officer her was killed almost claimed another life. With a similar vehicle accident back on April fourteenth. Andrea radius whose brother Angelo suffered brain injuries at the scene tells today's J four that intersection of sixtieth and capitalists, like a racetrack that intersection is deadly literally deadly, the person who allegedly caused the accident James kimbrough continues to face a hit and run charge. Manami falls police are searching for a suspect and vehicle connected to a theft of a catalytic converter from the vehicle of Cosco employees. The blackmail was seen leaving the store's parking lots in a late model goal Toyota forerunner with no front registration plate, a photo of the vehicle, and description of the suspect is at WTMJ dot com. The WTMJ forecast. Scattered showers overnight, mostly cloudy, lows around fifty three.

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"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It was late in the evening and perhaps you didn't get a chance. I didn't see the piece this morning. I listen to. Studied those polls, I've heard the explanations ultimately doesn't matter. Because it's untrue. I like the truth on actually very honest. You know that was just twisting. The knife, I've very honest guy. George your show. Good Morning America. And I'm an honest guy Jeff in Manami foles. You're on the always honest, Dan, O'Donnell show. Hey Dan, also worse than what you're saying. Can you think back and remember ever seeing Paul at this time of the year in presidential race, where the Republican wasn't behind by more than five point? No, it is weird. It is. It is so weird. How there are so many Democrats the year before an election, and then they all seem to convert to Republicans right in time for the it's, it's interesting and I actually have been tracking this phenomenon for years, Jeff that I am convinced you heard of the concept of push polling right where someone will ask you a question. Jeff in Manami falls. My name is Dan with the dental Donal show tracking service. How do you feel about the fact that President Trump is walking defenseless children in cages, and quite possibly killing them? Do you approve or disapprove now obviously the question is such that you're going to disapprove, so that? Information isn't just used to say, hey ninety eight percent of Americans disapprove of the bloodthirsty, Donald Trump, killing immigrant children, but it's also designed to inform you that, hey, Trump is locking kids in cages, and possibly killing them with his bare hands. For sport. Push poll. Yes, sir. Paul was taken really early. Ronald Reagan was trailing. He was he was he was trailing Mondale. In fact, in June of nineteen eighty three I want to say he was trailing Mondale significantly in June of nineteen ninety one. It looked like George H W Bush was unbeatable. So that's one example, where there was it wasn't Bill Clinton at that point. I think there were still a number of Democrats who had a legitimate shot of winning the nomination. So they didn't do head to head polls. I saw this floating around social media over the weekend, basically, every single poll at this point take a look at four years ago. This was, I think right around the time that Donald Trump announced his candidacy at Trump Tower. He was pulling at one percent, Jeb Bush, Walker was seventeen percent. It was a CBS poll. I just saw this Jeb Bush was at twenty two percent. Scott Walker who ended his campaign by that September October. Over. I mean he didn't last very long. He's at seventeen percent Marco Rubio's at something like fifteen percent, but my point about the push polls is that it's designed the polling is designed to get you in a specific mindset.

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"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:16 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Oh, so the Miami falls fire department Steve running into a few issues, namely the fact that they were caught without any working fire trucks. The village says there will be more fire engines up engines up and running today is again, after a temporary shortage do maintenance and repairs camping of their protective services. Jeff notices really a short term issue that we worked through more time. Did the did any part of the village have absolutely no fire protection? Okay. So a couple of things going on here. One this, this is concerning. Now given the way that communities around Manami falls will respond if there, if there is a fire residents, I think can be, you know, they don't have to be concerned about that. There's a lot of you know, whether it's mutual aid, or whatever they, they will respond to any any serious situation. So there's that, although of course when you're coming from outside the committee, the response time, we'll be a little slower. The other thing that this points to the union in my Republican friends. Sometimes don't see this when you're frozen Levy it challenges local budgets. And one of the biggest ways this show is up is in the money that you have to replace really big capital items like fire trucks, and these things from what I understand can cost anywhere from three quarters of a million dollars to over a million dollars for one. And that's why communities have been really challenged there. Some of these vehicles are aging out some of them in this case when he falls, they have fire stations have one working fire engine. That's a challenge. That's a problem for for local communities. So as much as conservatives Republicans love the frozen Levy the fact that you can't raise taxes. Sometimes you have a very difficult situation, especially when it comes to public safety and on close with this, this is the one that is most going to rankle taxpayers because it's, it's a threat to their lives. And yes, who doesn't like low taxes. We all talk about it all the time. But in this case, this is a direct result of that. And I'll say this say it this way. We love the low taxes. We in many cases, I support supported at the time the Levy freeze, but it's not sustainable over time in here, we are many years later, we're starting to see these situations come to fruition. Not a good thing for local community residents. And this is a bigger issue to you mentioned, it, Steve kind of looking at ten thousand feet above for fire departments in some of these smaller communities. We've had this issue against how many falls and also around the city of Milwaukee we had Franklin greenfield greenvale Hales corners, all of them have their own unique. Fire departments there have been discussions in the past as as late as earlier this year in February about possibly combining some of those together and doing like what's happened up on the north shore that might have been in place for quite a while. It's works fairly successfully. Novels are smaller communities. We have some bigger geographies when you look to the western side of the county and certainly on the south side, but not exclusively. I mean Franklin Okrika big communities, but you've got cut. Hey Saint Francis. South. Milwaukee, we've seen shared dispatch, an answer. I know that Saint Francis. In oak creek, share dispatch that is going to be some of the ways this happens and that perhaps will will offset some of these these budget challenges. But overall you still have to have the equipment at some point now on the other side of the argument. Let's be, let's be fair. They're one of the reasons consolidation seems to be coming into play as should every community have five fire engines does that make sense. No in some ways, it doesn't. So there has to be a lot more shared responsibility in the short term from nominee falls. They will be supported by other departments. That's how it's supposed to work. But don't think there's not challenges and part of the story is definitely tied to the fact that local communities can't raise their taxes. And it's, it's tough discussion to have we will get an infrastructure and just a couple of moments in transit funding. But it's something that people don't often see. And I, I would imagine as an elected official and someone who has to go out and talk to constituents, and hopefully get reelected, saying, we're going to increase your taxes, because we need this, this, and this, when you don't necessarily use it everyday is kind of a tough sell. Yeah. The example, a lot of people point to as there's a lot of work done on a fire stations that has nothing to do with fighting fires. There's the EMC part of it, which is, frankly, almost a bigger part of that story now as so, so a lot of taxpayer's point to that. It's never popular to raise taxes what we've seen in the last year. So is many communities. South Milwaukee Franklin to, to varying degrees of success, gone, gone out with public safety referendums, whether to add bodies firefighters police officers as we've seen in some recent referendum, that is how they're trying to meet these challenges. But if you're out there as a taxpayer thinking, what the heck's going on here, it's directly related to budget. It's a challenge that they have to face and a lot of these vehicles, especially these fire engines are starting to age out. That's a problem and also minutely, the public has to decide raise taxes, less safe. What do.

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"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In Manami falls is the place Sprague up. I'd be remiss if I didn't ask you, I'm just curious with the passing of Bart star here in the last couple of weeks has that kind of cast a bit of a pall over the event or how is his memory being held up this weekend. I think after BART's passing a couple years ago or a couple of weeks ago, Scott with it forced us on the board, which I'm a part of an been blessed to be part of for the last several years to sort of pivot, our plan for the Friday night gala, which is going to happen in a couple of hours down at the Pfister in typically all of the money, raised at the gala, along with the tournament, and everything else that goes into it, and it all goes to the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. But this year we're pivoting a little bit and the money raised at the gala tonight will be used specifically for the Barton cherry star kids foundation. So all that, it's, it's different when we've never done this before in certainly felt compelled to do it for the star family. Now additionally, I've just got an Email from the Green Bay Packers. A short while ago saying that they're going to do a variety of things throughout the year to honor the life of Bart star. But one of the things they're going to do is donate two hundred fifty thousand dollars. It's an impact grant to the Barton cherry star foundation. So the grant is going to be directed through the foundation and will help benefit of. A variety of charities the stars supported, including the Vince Lombardi Cancer Foundation. So being an impact grant our goal tonight is to raise, you know, upwards of fifty thousand dollars. So we get that matching in the Green Bay Packers and really make.

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"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Two of organized team at Tiffany's for the Packers in open practice today in Green Bay and mandatory minicamp coming up in June. And it's a little different this year in Green Bay perhaps added significance for the offseason program with a new head coach in Matlock floor. So how's it going? What's new in different in Green Bay? Welcome in our friend Mason Crosby Packers kicker. So it makes them what is new, what is different than how you just in things with a new head coach. Well, you know, there's difference with the veteran group learning to. His terminology new things on offense. Fortunately, our defenses staying the same. So it's kind of bringing in the Duke. Hold on that, but gut, he's definitely a sense of urgency to really get a grasp of what, what is expected. What is what is different? What is the same kind of kinda just learn any other? You know, honestly through this first phase here you know there's football. Football mobile out there got loose on the field. But there definitely some new say that especially on the offense aside side of the ball. The gods. God, you're gonna have to wear them in, you know, kind of the veteran guys who've been in the same system now for, for quite a few years, or defunct feeling that, you know, the pressure to make sure that, that they know what they're doing the new system get off outward it. But on top of it. It says it's possible. In other words, you're not playing golf as much with Aaron right now. And making sure that he knows his stuff. And you know, obviously extremely sharp so he's going to be VM there, making sure that. She killed the able to, you know, at the same time put his stamp on awesome. To make sure that gave him in the head coach of working seamlessly by become season. Troll, Mason it. Can you tell is there any philosophical differences? Are there different pictures on the walls different colored paint, you know, things that a coach coaching staff might do to sort of put their stamp on things? Can you tell any of those differences yet? Yeah. Well, you know, been been here is going on thirteen years. So, you know, had been fortunate to have the same head coach in your relatively the same by your system. And so you have a building other game. The renovations additions yoga basic the that we have their ingred bay. Some of the stuff you don't go facelift this year for sure. You know, just kind of change the hill like you said your painkillers, which in different pictures on the wall really promoting trying to create some of our own history here in Green Bay as well on a good of the past history that's been made. But let's see to to make some history of our own and then just some few differences there, which now that I've been in it for, you know, months feels like it doesn't feel really different. You know, we did train pretty quick. How to get used to things and start doing moving in the right direction. So for me the first week was different with some of the bright walk. The walls are painted white shield lights a little brighter things like that. But you kind of, don't even think about go until it happens for from all those years, being the same way. But it's it's definitely there's there's an energy in the building. You can feel it. It's not an expectation every day. He was the culture in need of a a refreshing. I don't know if that's the right word for it. But did it feel like it was it was time to, you know, maybe start to, to grasp and grab onto something new. Well, I mean obviously the decision that was made from top, you, I think I think, anytime you do something for really long time. Check in and make sure that, that you do have energy of the passion. And the, you know, the right things are being put into the building and knowing the players and developing, you know, winning hemisphere. So whether that's changing go just changing paying doing all that, like, you know, the time will tell on those things. But I definitely am I I'm a believer even the mile and job of continually finding things that, that drive me, and that you'll just small little changes making sure that I'm sharp and having edge, every time I every time she and you're not the only kicker and camp. So is part of that drive having a level of competition through the month of may and maybe even June July. You know, I I the things rather the same way not you're like you know, kind of took my process. You know, the place through through the spring, and now, you're like, I'm starting to build on that. And you know, once once training camp, come on. I want to be. Building towards the season, and you'll feel pretty sharp you know, in the day in day out basis. So this, this year, definitely just making sure to work on a few things, make sure my ball striking the exactly how want it and work with you authorisation that now my focus is just like you know, a golfer blaming nail down to golf like my focus on, on my swing on my, my job and make it should I go out there and do it dairy consistently every time we'll good transition, there mazing. Because I think the next time I see you. We'll be on a golf course in the nominee falls a little over a week from now. Vince Lombardi golf classic coming back to north hills. I know this event has meant so much to you to the point where you've taken over as a chairman of the board in the event. So it's, it's certainly a big deal for the Crosbie family. But this year, the forty nine th year I think takes on added significance following the passing Bart star. This'll be the first Lombardi Gulf classic Mason without Bart. Starr's presence. I felt somehow I know he hasn't been able to travel, much recently up until his passing, but he was also part through a video tribute or something, it's going to have added significance this year. Definitely. Yeah. I. Yeah. I was I was on a train heading down just Chicago family. You on Sunday. Whenever the heard the news of his passing and just my whole family. I mean we, we got here's our eyes, and just started telling stories of, you know, our experience with, with Gordon, Sherry, and courts kindness and his his, you know championship the meaner on and also feel just the way he, he knew people handle the handled every interaction that class. And I, I try to take a lot from him you in, in that space, and especially with the Lombardi can't foundation and the Gulf Bank coming up that was the first place. I, I haven't met farts in cherry, and I still have a picture of my son with him. This first time at the event, and we'll cherish forever. And I'm just so grateful have known, you know, to, to get to say that, that I knew Bart star in the suspension time with him and trying to continue his legacy forward with somebody wants to think that he moves able to. Yeah. I mean he lived his life, the right way. And people always have great things to say about it. But I know you and your wife, Molly really got close with Martin, and Jerry. And not only through the Lombardi golf classic. Although that certainly the health, but I think watching you guys and that dynamic. I it really felt like you guys were doing hard to make sure this turnament lives on in continues forward. Because Barton cherry did so much for it. Yeah. For sure. Carried it for so long. And, you know, a full team to, to do what they make good on their own for so many years, you know, just the, the drive and the passion and the. The will to give selflessly that, that both of them have, and, you know, those, those will be the memory Jobe the thing that, that I remember most about parts are. Unselfish giving to to others, you know you could see it whenever he played the game. And, you know, the, the mand does the way you've sacrificed his teammates, and then get no having later on his life, as a human being a person to stay just give so much of himself, you know, to, to everyone around them and make sure that, that everyone helped, you know, extremely special and a part of something great are you in the in the recruitment process here are going to bring some folks down a few in a on June seventh and eighth place in golf, definitely? Yeah. Always always working on the you know, getting the guys down you'll have a. Committed said yes right now. So here in the final push, you know, next week, you know, but I think most of the time these guys, we plan like a week to week. So, you know, I always say them up on, on the Monday after they make sure that, that have all the spots go well, now I always feel at a disadvantage, because I feel like you've got fifteen rounds under your belt. I'm walking out there for the first time trying to hit it straight. See straight and I always feel with the disadvantage. When I come into this turnament. Well, yeah, I mean, you, you got to get out there and train and make sure that you ready. I mean, no one's gonna no one's gonna want to be on your team. Hit the long ball. And we had vaca- Scott last year. We did pretty well. I was pretty happy with it. He had a blast. That's right. Yeah. You made a big putt there at the end. So. I don't know if JK member I think might be out of town. So I'm not sure if you can be there this year, but, but we're gonna have a lot of fun. And, you know, I'm always thankful to my teammates for showing up and support such great. Yeah. The forty-ninth Dante. We'll Vince Lombardi golf classic. If you wanna come check out Mason golf, you wanna see me hit a ball into a tree. Check us out on June eighth at Manami falls north hills country club. It's a right in Menominee falls in a great time. And thanks to antics wealth management for being the presenting sponsor. I know they become great friends of yours to Mason. And you know, they're part of the reason why we're able to do this tournament to begin with. Yeah, for sure they're their partnership over these last few years and continue partnership, does a allowed allowed the Gulf event to just be freed up to go. And you know, find find ways to, to help raise money, you know, like, like, you know, to fight cancer, and, you know, the not just not just research, but actually, you know, immature inches fighting biting this horrible disease. And you tex- everybody's. It's affected my family, extremely closely here the last few years and. We're continuing in that fight. And we support everybody that that it's, it's going through it as well. I want to make sure that, that we've raised as much money as much awareness as the Cantu to continue to keep keep bad things from happening as people if you don't mind me asking, how is your sister-in-law's everything going? Okay. You know, she's still still fighting. So she still has he's not in remission. She's still going through treatments, you know, dealing doing that. And she she is a fighter. I mean there were some stumbling blocks around Christmas, and she was able to recover and, and get back in the treatment program, so haven't found any, you know, any, any full full thing that's that's been able to knock it back, completely, but, but her spirit, and her heart, and the way that she, she fights her brother, it's no. It's inspiring. And it's why what I do awesome stuff and great talking to you. Mason know you're off to Texas travel safe, and we'll see in a couple of weeks in monopoly falls migrate really appreciate it. Greg, and talk.

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"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Pressure is off dot biz? GSA members of TSA are taking to call outs. They're just not coming in anymore, and it's a five percent hike from a year ago at this time when it comes to the rate of those unscheduled absences it's up to eight percent. According to a statement and report put out this weekend. Can you blame members of TSA or anyone who is supposed to be working is considered? Essential isn't isn't getting paid. And then they're not working. They're calling out there looking for other work. They're saying, you know, what it's snowing here in the capital and in Washington, and I just don't want to mess with it. If we're not going to get a paycheck. The longer. This goes on. The less and less. You can be upset at these people. I think I just it's tough. I I don't know what it's like to go through it. But it is not easy. I can imagine Debbie and Manami falls. Good morning, Debbie. You're on WTMJ. Good morning. I am a furloughed federal employees. Okay. I am currently not working. I can't blame the yes agents. I I think I would guess they don't know what else to do. Know, I don't have to drive into work. I mean, it's bad enough not getting paid. But at least I don't have the added expense. Having to go to work every day and not get paid. I'm also an somewhat unique position. I what the government twenty five years, and I have enough resources to last me for a while. But that's not true of many of my coworkers, Debbie how does it work for insurance? We have been told that our health insurance we'll continue that it won't lapse. And that when we ultimately get a paycheck. Our Shamsur premiums will be deducted at that time. And so we're told we don't have to worry about our health insurance. In the meantime, though, because you have other resources, you're good. You're not you don't have another job. I'm probably the exception because that's how you impasse furloughs. We've lost people younger workers, and I have an advanced degree in some people. I work with who said I can't do this the rest of my life. I can't wonder if I'm going to be off for no fault of my own and not getting a check and they've left government service in there there. Good people, and my big picture concern is at some point. You'll you'll always find people to work for the government. But I ain't going to get quality people and more. This happened more. We're corns in this giant team. The less likely. It is I eligible to retire. I'm certainly not gonna leave at this point. But I think big picture down the line. They're going to find that there are issues and at that point difficult beat down the line every the go. Oh, what happened and you feel like saying, well when you treat your workforce like this. What are you are you in contact with co workers colleagues of yours that are also a furloughed, right? What is the overall mindset? What is the overall morale of those with whom you speak? It's poor. It's. They they've kind of calculated exactly how far that you make it. And they're not sure what's going to happen after that. I joked with a coworker, I said, well, you know, if you need something commies skills while I'll wait till went down with my last big of ramen noodles. It is morale is poor. You have absolutely no control. And I see other thing congress and the president have one main tablets just wants the government. And I don't even know the last time many federal agencies actually had a budget. We've been on continuing resolutions for ages. That's not the way government is supposed to work. So who's ever supposed to be doing their job is they're not? And so it consequence of that is war not easier. Let me ask you this as well, Debbie because I've heard some people say well when you enter the federal workforce when you were a government employee, you take on some risk that this could happen. What is your response to that? Okay. My response to that is and I know there's this whole dispute as to whether we're overpaid or underpaid. I think if you look at the studies that actually do it by job title, you'll find that many of the individuals that have a bachelor's degrees or higher do not make the private industry makes. So my response to you is I knew that there would be certain things that I would have to give up to work for the government. I kind of assumed that was a bit in salary, although I do have a decent retirement plan and other things, but you don't expect to be off of work over a month. In the past the worst shutdown. We was probably about seven years ago. I think that was a total of sixteen days with weekend. And we really didn't miss a paycheck. The expedited our paychecks when we returned and we might have gotten them a day or two late, but it was an insignificant amount of time. I'm not sure anybody when they sign up to work for the government thinks going to lose at this point one twelfth of the year. I think that's far more extreme than anybody would ever anticipate. What about Debbie? I know we gotta get it into commercial year. But I quickly. What about like the dire consequences of you, not doing your job? And I know you don't really want to fix what you do. But is there a stack of papers? That's currently sitting on someone's desk. When you get back to your are there really going to be in a dire circumstances cities, you get back to work in my particular job air, probably thinks that won't get done which will have an adverse effect long run. Yes. Absolutely. Tom's just won't be time to do it. All yeah. No, debbie. Appreciate your perspective and hang in there. Good luck. Hang in. There w appreciate your perspective of value added. Call there from W Menominee falls four one four seven nine nine one six twenty accurate mortgage, talk and text line. Do you have any problem with in this case numbers of the TSA simply not showing up for work anymore saying we've had enough we need to make money if we have to go elsewhere. We will or just flat out not going to come in. It's too much snow falling today. There's some feel like coming into the start. I have a little tickle in my throat that is not gonna come in. But whatever the reason this is the reason at the end of it all eleven twenty six on WTMJ great..

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"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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10:07 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"J there is a tendency in our listening area to want to think that will crime doesn't happen, the suburbs. It's just it's a problem in the city of Milwaukee. And I don't live in the city Milwaukee. So why should I be worried? Well, the answer is crime has been spreading throughout the suburbs. I mean yesterday, we talked about the story in greenvale greenfield involving greenfield the porch pirate the guy who was caught with one hundred and seventy-five packages in his apartment that he had apparently what he was doing is he'd drive around the the area, and he'd find your packages that have been delivered by UPS or Federal Express or whatever and he'd go up to people's porches. And he'd rip them off. The guy was undeterred. I mean, a lot of people have those cameras on their porches now. So the police had a pretty good description of him. Ultimately, they find the car and catch him with at least one hundred and seventy five stolen packages. I mean, so and this is of course, the time of year for that to happen. I mean, here's another story for people who think well, no, no crime round, Eric Bill, set left. But he's he's a resident of Manami falls, huge problem in Menominee falls with people apparently St.. Stealing cars stealing cars stealing stuff from cars. Here's the way the journal sentinel reports that several Menominee falls residents have had items stolen from their unlocked cars in the past few weeks, while they were at home, according to police reports, and in all these different cases, the cars were in people's driveways. But they were unlocked, and it goes through reporting. How one guy apparently had left his car parked in his driveway overnight, neglected to lock it somebody came in and stole about three thousand dollars worth of personal items that were taken from the vehicle, and then they go on with story after story of people who've noticed it again their cars parked in their driveway. But not locked have had people come in and they've gone through the glove compartments, or whatever stolen pretty much anything that they can find and the Menominee false police don't have a clue as to who's doing this. Now, I guess what really catches my attention about. This is the brazenness of this criminal activity because this these aren't cars that are parked in the street. I mean, these are people who are walking up your driveway. And apparently, then open trying to see if your car door is unlocked or not now, I guess maybe some of the the older model cars, you know, you can maybe tell 'cause there's a button up there. But for example, in my car, the the only way you can tell if it's locked or unlocked is if you go, and you try to pull up the open the thing up. So you have people that are brazen enough that they are walking from driveway to driveway in the nominee falls. And they're apparently trying people's cars to see if the doors are locked or unlocked, and the police are appropriately saying, well, that means if you're gonna leave your car, you should leave your car walked, and I that's not bad advice. But whenever I hear this. It's like, wow, you know, the criminals have gotten so. Now that in areas that we would take typically considered to be safe folks, are are just they feel comfortable enough to be walking up, you know, people's driveways to get access to cars. And you know, if these cars were broken into, you know, that there were probably fifty one hundred one hundred fifty more cars that the these try to see if they were unlocked in the first place, but instead they were locked. So the bottom line is again, you've got this crime that is spreading throughout the suburbs brazen, criminals and number one you've got to protect yourself. But number two again, I raised this question of when is enough going to be enough and win are decent taxpaying law abiding citizens going to say, you know, we're sick of this stuff. And yeah, you're right. We should leave our cars locked. But you know, what we shouldn't have to leave our cars. Locked let's let's deal with the criminal element that is out there. And when we catch them don't tell me about mass incarceration, tell me about putting them in prison to protect ourselves. All right. Let us switch gears. The big story that you're going to hear probably leading off many of our newscasts and certainly on television tonight is the latest plan with regard to grand avenue grand avenue is of course, the the shops on Wisconsin avenue. Immediately to the west of the Milwaukee river. Now it pains me to admit this. But I am old enough to remember when grand avenue opened matter of fact, grand avenue opened right as I was starting my career practicing law. So I mean, I I worked at the old federal building not the blue monstrosity right across the street, but the old federal building on like five hundred east Wisconsin avenue, but I remember when the shops at grand avenue first opened up in nineteen eighty two and it was it was a big deal. You had you had Boston store which was the anchor on the north. You had a gambles which was the anchor on Boston store was the anchor on the west Kimble's was the anchor on the east, and then you had skyways that connected them. You had a lot of you had a lot of shops that were there lots of different stores that were there, and you had a giant food court. I mean, it was. It was a happening place. I mean, I can remember particularly during the summer where even you know, working at the old federal building five seventeen east, Wisconsin avenue. You know, a lot of times if we had a little bit of time. We would you would walk down you'd walk down you'd cross up water street you'd go over the bridge. They're on Wisconsin avenue, you'd go into gambles, and you go up to grand avenue you'd walk up. They had a food court that was absolutely thriving. Maybe you do a little bit of shopping cetera et cetera. Well, that was nineteen eighty two things were fine for a few years. And then for a variety of reasons started going downhill, you had the anchor stores Kimble's became what Marshall fields and then Marshall field's ended up closing. And then of course, everybody knows what's going on with Boston store and essentially grand avenue became a ghost town. Now, it's not good to have if Wisconsin avenue is your main drag. It's not good to have a seven or eight block ghost town on the main part of your main drag. So there's been proposal after proposal after proposal really over the better part of the last twenty years. To try to revitalize grand avenue. I mean, I can remember when the idea was well here what we're gonna do is we're going to we're going to use it for educational things etcetera etcetera and an idea after idea after idea has been floated typically with much fanfare, and it's never gone anywhere. And grand avenue continues to be struggling. So the latest plan that is out there. And it's accompanied by. Here's what they're saying. And Steve's Kapiti had the guy who runs Greif manufacturing. They're they're gonna move their company down there from the Honey creek on the west side, they're going to lease thirty five hundred square feet up by where the food court is. Now, there's not much left to the food court. But whatever there is is going to be closing on the second floor of grand avenue. They're going to turn it into apartments. And then the plan is on the first floor there. They're going to turn it into with. They call a food hall now food hall is not a food court. There is a difference. I mean, a food court is where you have in a number of like fast food chains of food hall is something it's a fancy name that it's designed to showcase local restaurants, taverns and stands selling, Kraft, Foods, and drinks. So what apparently they're going to do is they're going to have a big bar? And then they're going to have vendors arranged around that big bar. They're also going to have a separate beer hall in the former Applebee's restaurant that's next to the main entrance. That's been more restaurants. I can keep track of but they're gonna turn that into a beer hall. So the ideas we have parts that will cause people to come down here and flop down here. We're going to have a manufacturing company and has like one hundred eighty employees on the top level. And then we're going to have this food hall, and we're going to turn it into a. A destination that is the plan. And it's being greeted with lots of fanfare today. Just like many of the other plans to resurrect grand avenue had been greeted with fanfare when they were rolled out. Now what they say might make this. Go more is that well, you've got the bucks arena. And you've got the outside of Pfizer forum. You've got that whole area. And you've got you know, shops that are locating down there. So, you know, maybe the fact that this is four five six blocks away or whatever it is. You're going to have this kind of critical mass. All right. Let's t- this up four one four seven nine nine one six twenty the accurate mortgage, talk and text line. Now, look anybody I think should should hope that the succeeds because to have a again to have a grand avenue B, what has been kind of like the moonscape the dad has been for a number of years. That's not good for the city. The question though, is realistically is this a. Workable plan given all the other development in the attractions is this going to be something that can compete, for example with that whole area. Around Pfizer forum are people gonna wanna live? There are people. They're going to win and eat there will this work. Or is this more pie in the sky four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. That's the accurate mortgage talk and text line. And is this is superior alternative to retail. Which is what it was. If you're on the line, please hold on. We discuss next twelve Forty-six, Jeff Wagner WTMJ. I hope it works color me. A little bit skeptical, though, we discuss.

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"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Well, Jill I got involved with Christmas current council in nineteen ninety when I found myself, and I'm married and we have two children, but I'm also pregnant with twins. And I was not able to work at that time because I was very pregnant with my twins. And I had a four year old and a two year old at home. And my husband was the only one that was working at the time. And again money was very tight for us. You know, I was able to work. So there went my income out the window and an agency I think I think I was actually at the food pantry at that time. And she said have you thought about signing up for Christmas clearing council, and I had no idea what that was because I never needed services like that before. So I had said welcome to the forum. L fill it out. I filled it out and send it in. And my children got adopted at Christmas time. It was amazing. It was something so special for us that I couldn't even believe the things that the family did for us. It really really helped. And then at that point in time. I said to my husband I said when we get on our feet. This is something that we're going to do. And I kept saying that for a few years. Because different things happen happen. Yeah. Life happens and more children happen. And we weren't we were participants of the Christmas current council for several years. So it was a life changing experience for myself and my children and my husband as well. So then how did you get involved with Waukesha county headstart program? Well, when I went back to work fulltime and stopped having children. I was offered a position at the workshop headstart program when my oldest daughter in one thousand nine hundred ninety I went to the program at head start. And I was very involved in the head start program. Actually, I didn't get employed there till ninety six I think it was. So I was involved in the headstart program as a parent going to different meetings being part of different committees seeing what everything had to offer. It was amazing. It was a whole new life for me having somebody listen to what I had to say, you know, being involved in meetings and people listening to me was like really cool and not real. Hi for a stay at home mom to have people. Listen to her. She who got to meet other single moms or stay at home moms, and and different things like that. And head start program really changed my life. I mean, my husband and I were involved in the community. We did things with our children at school. We learned how to be really good parents who are children through the head start program. And that's an we're actually going to get into more of the specifics of the head program head start program and what they do. But Carol do you can you share with us quickly? What why you got involved with the organization? I'd be too. I was hired as a classroom teacher twenty eight years ago and had start we call a two generation program in that we work with the children, but also with the families so part of our requirement are federally funded requirement is to do home visits. So you really get to know your family's in your classroom. Very individually. I switched positions a little bit. When I started working also head start with families that have children under the age of three. And so those families are all visited every week in home and the first year that I was working in the homes. I had two families that really stood out in my mind. Especially around the Christmas holiday one was a very young single mom who is raising for little girls under the age of five all on her own. And she and I got to know each other. Obviously, she explained to me that she had grown up in a home where there was no mention of Christmas nothing. No. She didn't know the words to Christmas carols. They never had a Christmas tree. It was the day just like every other day, but she wanted to make a change for her little girls. So she told me the story of how she went down the road prior to Christmas and picked up things that she found along the street did her best to clean them up and give them to the little girls at Christmas. And that made a big difference in my life. Obviously, I didn't have that kind of a background. I grew up. Everything was great at Christmas. Sure. We kind of forget about that. Right. We do know that kind of think about. We forget that. There are people out there that need our help. And so so you have a a very real reason to be involved with the organization actually, the head start program is under the umbrella of the national centers of learning excellence. Right. So can you explain that in more detail? Well, national centers of learning. Excellent has a it's an umbrella where we have our nurturing program, that's chump child and family centers of excellence, which is a daycare program as well. And then we have head start and early head start. So it all falls under one name. And so what are some of the ways that enrolled children and families benefit from the headstart program specifically well the headstart program runs Monday through Thursday, I'm half days Monday through Friday. So there they're morning in the afternoon. So parents have an opportunity to go to work and having the daycare right there. So your child can go to head start in the morning and then daycare in the afternoon, you can pick your child up or you're talking go to daycare in the morning and head start in the afternoon and take the bus home it enables the parents to go out into the workplace and get a job and be there be out in the community working longer than just three and a half hours a day. So having a safe place for your child to be while you're working is the school where there are attending is. Really important to our families to have that once once one stop shop, so to speak and the idea of headstart my understanding anyway from when we met previously is this is a way to give these young kids a leg up so to speak in in before they start their schooling years. So it supports literacy, and you know, just readying the student or the child rather to become a student, right? Yes. We're teaching the foundation of learning. They have to learn to play together they have to learn to be together in the classroom in order to be successful into into the future years of going to school. They have to be able to follow rules self esteem just being in the classroom with other children and listening to using their listening ears and doing things is so important to the kids because if you don't have that you don't have that concentration going onto kindergarten future classrooms is going to be hard for them to concentrate and do things sure, you know, and some kids are. At home, and they do nothing. You know, the parents do everything for them. You know, we have some children who can't tie their shoes who can't put on their coats because they've never been away from mom and dad, so this is I opening experience for both mom and dad the child because we've seen temper tantrums were no you have to help me put on my coat it. No. You have to help me tie my shoes because mom and dad doesn't for them at home. But here were teaching them that it's okay. You know, you need to learn how to tie your shoes and put your coat on. And you should see the smiles on the faces of these kids once they master that little plan of tying their shoes are putting their coats on. It's it's the best thing in the world is to go through their eyes is zipped up my own coat today. Yeah. That's something that we take. For granted. I'm reading a book right now called the greatest gift and fantastic. Book talking about how we need to give our children the opportunity to be self sufficient because if we're doing everything for them. They're just they're not gonna learn a helping me. Yeah. We're thinking we're doing a great thing for them. But really, it's it's a detriment because they're not learning the skills themselves so head start program is giving them the opportunity to. Yeah. To be proud of their accomplishments. And they are you should see the kids in the classroom. There are just amazing when they get to do some of the things that they've never done by themselves. And it's not to take away from their mom and dad is just their independence. They've done this. This is amazing. It's great. And I can imagine what what are the eligibility requirements as far as income residency that kind of thing to be to qualify for the head start program. You have to live in Waukesha county, not just the city of Waukesha, but Waukesha county. So that means you could be Manami falls mosquito. Mkhwanazi go, oh kinda walk. I'm and you have to fall within our our income guidelines, which is one hundred percent below poverty level. So a family of four has to make less than twenty thousands. I believe it one hundred sixty dollars. So it's it's not a lot of money. So and we required it's defined. Tangible tangible to understand. Yes, how they qualify. Okay. Well, the the question of funding is actually something many people want to know about you know, so they can understand how these organizations can do what they do. So stay tuned to hear how the head start program is bridging that gap between federal support and sharing the gift of love..

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"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:29 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"News talk eleven thirty w I s on Mark Belling late afternoon show. Let me cover this story in my own way. And I said it relates to deer hunting, which is why how I opened the segment isn't going to make any sense to use you need to hear the entire segment. And I think you'll hear a tremendous sensibly we start with a story from the Waukesha county court system, which as you know. I'm very skeptical about at the moment. It's a plea bargain involving a case who fired at least three gunshots into a house of Menominee falls. Guy from Milwaukee. He's got a problem. With his girlfriend who lives in monopoly falls lives of their family, Ottoman nominee, falls any fired a number of shots in warehouse. Fortunately, nobody was killed. It's not like some of these shootings we have in Milwaukee where people are feuding into a house and innocent children are killed. But clearly that kind of thing could have happened here. In Waukesha county. They've cut a very nice plea bargain for the guy involved. And the first charge. They drop is always the gun charge. And I brought attention to the so many times the people keep demanding that we pass one gun law after another after another after another whatever a criminal commits a crime with a gun. And they got six seven eight nine felonies, Adam and one of them, of course, is the wrong thing with the and illegally possessing the gun. Those are always the ones that are dropped in the plea bargain, and you never hear the liberals who keep saying we ought to pass all these gun laws. Get upset when district attorney's keep dropping gun prosecutions when they do the plea bargain. The guy's name is David Jordan. He's twenty three according to the story in the Waukesha frame, and he fired several shots in Menominee Paul's home and one more into the window of his girlfriend's car in August. He's as part of the plea bargain going to plead guilty to two counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety as part of the plea bargain. They will drop another counter, I agree recklessly endangering safety. They drop carrying a concealed weapon. They dropped his conduct its domestic abuse. They drop possession of a firearm. Will intoxicated they drop criminal damage to property and they dropped domestic abuse. So all that stuff gets dropped. Now, admittedly, he is still pleading guilty felonies, and he can get a stiff sentence. I'll be keeping an eye on this case when it comes up for sentencing next month, actually think it's January. Yeah. January twentieth. And a couple of months to see what David Jordan actually gets because what's happened so often in Milwaukee neighboring county is everybody act all Paul like the mayor gets up and fake describe KC peers who we had the little baby that was killed inside the house. He'd disgusted people shooting guns at the houses, and so on, but as long as somebody doesn't get killed the sentences tend to be very very soft because that's the trend right now with violent criminals in the state of Wisconsin. Even those with significant records. You never hear the people who Pat call for passing all these gun laws ever demanding that when we get a guy like Davey and Jordan who committed a gun crime. You never hear them. Stand up and say, hey. Let's handout decent sentence. Given that it's Waukesha county about fifty fifty as to whether or not you'll get a decent sentence. Twenty eighty that. The district attorney's office will recommend a decent sentence. Given the backsliding that's been going on really ever since SU opera took over that job seven years ago. The bad plea bargain as far as I can tell it could be salvaged by judge who still hands down a significant sentence. The judge does have the ability to consider the drop charges. When sentencing in this case judicial discretion is probably a good thing. Hopefully, the DA's office will do something beyond sending an intern for the sentencing recommendation, and we'll get one of the DA's off their Sewri butts and into the courtroom to try to actually try to get a dangerous criminal fired gunshots into a house into a residential neighborhood and Manabi falls locked up. What is this afternoon with deer hunting is that what you were thinking? I mentioned that the final figures are under the Wisconsin Gundy Roddick season, it I gave you the numbers two hundred eleven thousand year killed five hundred forty seven thousand deer hunting licenses that number subject to revision issued. Here's the most amazing number of all. Number of injuries. Three. That one person was killed three nonfatal hunting injuries the entire deer hunting season. Five hundred forty seven thousand people every one of them with a gun. Five hundred forty s you think just five hundred forty seven thousand anything the deer hunters are so crazy to get a deer that those. They're shooting cows shoot anything that moves all they get all drunk before. They're blast set of their bide. They get those deer stands at their high-powered rifles. They don't know what's down range. They're gonna shoot. And they're gonna you know every nobody's safe. That's the. The average is about is false. You can imagine. Five hundred forty seven thousand is very close to the population of the city of Milwaukee. If we could go nine days with only three injuries and no fatalities. This proves to me a deer hunters are very safety conscious all the rules about where the blaze orange. No, the various rules of handing the firearm treat every gun is if it's loaded. No, everything that's beyond your target. No, the range of your gun all the other things that they preach don't drink while how big. Don't hunt. Wendy, it is you don't have enough light. All the other stuff load accepting. You don't make sure that there are other hunters nearby. Where your dear is all the stuff they go through. This is all been accepted, and processed it's astonishing you can have this level of safety with this many people packed into the just the sheer numbers mistakes accidents would be higher. So what does this prove it? What does it have to do with the monopoly falls thing if ever there was a story the proofs that the problem is not the proliferation of God's five hundred forty seven thousand they all had a gun and not one of them killed either. One not even by mistake thinking there were shooting at it here. Five hundred forty seven thousand people that not one of them said, hey, that guy might have messed around with my wife a year and a half ago. Not one of them said, hey, I was gonna bite Brunson. This guy I'm going to shoot them. Not what. Don't tell me that the problem is we have too many guns society, and that's like people that killing people in Milwaukee at another places. It has nothing to do with the number of guns in society. If it was you'd have gear kill killing one another right and left. They all let guns and not one of them. Not one of them deliberately tried to shoot someone else. In fact, only three nine fatal injuries the whole season. All by the way, accidental. So for the people who try to argue that the problem is the proliferation of guns as opposed to the problem is people like Debbie on Jordan who goes in and start shooting up a house Manami falls, you can't possibly miss the point. And anyone who wants to argue that the problem is that too many people have access to guns. Then explain to me how all of these deer hunters can be running around with all of these guns N P. So unbelievably safe, it is a human behavior problem is not a gun problem. If it was a gun problem. The murder rate would have exploded over the last week and a half marathon county and Sawyer county and Burnett county, and all the other counties that Cy huge influxes a population of big it's all carrying guns. From them. Nothing. The problem has never been one. With regard to God's America has been a washing guns as long as it's been in America. The problem that we have deals with criminal behavior. And often criminal behavior involving individuals who are unpunished when they commit one crime after another after another after another before they graduate up to their gun -cribe. The gun has become the easy scapegoat. For the liberal who does not want to address the real root of the problem. And this is a good backdrop to those Republicans in Washington to water water down some of our federal criminal statutes. Deterrence and punishment. Not the passage of more gun laws because the guns are not the problem as Wisconsin deer hunters gloriously proved sway spectacular see city, which they managed even though there were fewer of them to kill board gear, and injure virtually none of themselves and not a hint of a case of somebody using what are these guns deliberately try to? Harm someone else. Go much easier for these gang bangers if the guys that are trying to kill. We're running around a blaze orange, though. Seriously. Didn't this prove my point? Is this that in a good point that this has nothing to do with guns? I'm very proud of this point. I'm very proud of this point. You know, there's another. It's also, well, these are shotguns, nobody's gonna kill somebody with a shotgun. Always kill Saudi. Why not if your goal is to kill the person actually those work pretty well for that purpose? I could use handguns at all of this that my point here is is that the firepower and the access to the and who has their hands on the guns is relevant in order to be able to deer hunted, Wisconsin. There are some caveats with regard to access to firearms if you have a felony record and so odd proving get it's the high quality of character of the average deer hunter they created the safety situation in not whether or not they had God's it will always be a function of who it is that has the guts not whether or not there are guns five sixteen. News talk eleven thirty WLS..

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"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"App. News talk eleven thirty w I s Mark Belling late afternoon show. Let me cover this story in my own way. And I said it relates to deer hunting, which is why how I opened the segment isn't going to make any sense to use you need to hear the entire segment. And I think you'll hear tremendous sense to me. We start with the story from the Waukesha county court system, which as you know. I'm very skeptical about at the moment. It's a plea bargain involving a case who fired at least three gunshots into a house of anomaly falls. Guy from Milwaukee. He's got a problem. With his girlfriend who lives in monopoly falls lives of their family. Ottoman falls any fired a number of shots in warehouse. Fortunately, nobody was killed. It's not like some of these shootings we have in Milwaukee where people are feuding into a house and innocent children are killed. But clearly that kind of thing could have happened here. In Waukesha county. They've cut a very nice plea bargain for the guy involved. And the first charge. They drop is always the gun charge. And I brought attention to this. So many times the people keep demanding that we pass one gun law after another after another after another whatever a criminal commits a crime with a gun. And they got six seven eight nine felonies and one of them, of course, is the the thing with the and illegally possessing the gun. Those are always the ones that are dropped in the plea bargain, and you never hear the liberals who keep saying we ought to pass all these gun laws. Get upset when district attorney's keep dropping gun prosecutions when they do the plea bargain. The guy's name is David Jordan. He's twenty three according to the story in the Waukesha frame, and he fired several shots into a Menominee false home and one more into the window of his girlfriend's car in August. He's as part of the plea bargain, going to plead guilty to counts of first degree recklessly endangering safety as part of the plea bargain. They will drop another count of first degree recklessly endangering safety. They drop carrying a concealed weapon. They dropped disorderly conduct its domestic abuse. They drop possession of a firearm. While intoxicated they drop criminal damage to property and they dropped domestic abuse. So all that stuff gets dropped. Now, admittedly, he is still pleading guilty to felonies, and he can get a stiff sentence. I'll be keeping an eye on this case when it comes up for sentencing next month, actually think it's January. Yeah. January twentieth. And a couple of months to see what debut Jordan actually gets because what's happened so often in Milwaukee neighboring county is everybody act all appalled like the mayor gets up and fake describe KC peers. We had the little baby that was killed inside the house he discussed that people shooting guns at of the houses, and so on, but as long as somebody doesn't get killed the sentences tend to be very very soft because that's the trend right now with criminals in the state of Wisconsin. Even those with significant records. You never hear the people who Pat call for passing all these gun laws ever demanding that when we get a guy like David Jordan who committed a gun crime. You never hear them. Stand up and say, hey. Let's hand down a decent sentence. Given that it's Waukesha county about fifty fifty s to whether or not you'll get a decent sentence. Twenty eighty that. The district attorney's office will recommend a decent sentence. Given the backsliding that's been going on really ever since SU operas took over that job seven years ago. A bad plea bargain as far as I can tell it could be salvaged by a judge who still hands down a significant sentence. The judge does have the ability to consider the drop charges. When sentencing in this case judicial discretion is probably a good thing. Hopefully, the DA's office will do something beyond sending an intern for the sentencing recommendation, and we'll get one of the assistant DA -'s off their story butts and into the courtroom to try to actually try to get a dangerous criminal fired gunshots into a house into a residential neighborhood and Menominee falls locked up. What is this afternoon with deer hunting is that what you were thinking? I mentioned that the final figures are the Wisconsin Gundy Radic season, and I gave you the numbers two hundred eleven thousand year killed five hundred forty seven thousand deer hunting licenses that number subject to revision issued. Here's the most amazing number of all. Number of injuries three not one person was killed three nonfatal hunting injuries the entire deer hunting season. Five hundred forty seven thousand people everyone with a gun. Five hundred forty s your think just five hundred forty seven thousand anything the ages deer hunters are so crazy to get a deer that they're shooting cows shoot anything that moves all they get all drunk before they're blasts that other bide they get up those deer stands at their high-powered rifles. They don't know what's down range. They're gonna shoot, you know. Every nobody's safe. That's the beach. The average is about is false as you could imagine. Five hundred forty seven thousand is very close to the population of the city of Milwaukee. If we could go nine days with only three injuries and no fatalities. This to me, a deer hunters are very safety conscious all the rules about where the blaze orange. No, the various rules of handing the firearm treat every got is if it's loaded know, everything that's beyond your target. No, the range of your gun all the other things that they preach don't drink while. Don't hunt. When it is. You don't have enough light. All the other stuff loaded. You don't make sure that there are at other hunters nearby. Where your is all the stuff they go through. This is all been accepted, and processed it's astonishing you can have this level of safety with this many people packed into the just the sheer numbers mistakes accidents would be higher. So what is this? What does it have to do with the Manami falls thing if ever there was the story the proves that the problem is not the proliferation of God's five hundred forty seven thousand they all got it. Not one of them killed another one not even by mistake thinking there were shooting at it ear five hundred forty seven thousand people that not one of them said, hey, that guy might have messed around with my wife a year and a half ago. Not one of them said, hey, I was going to buy drugs in this guy. I'm gonna shoot them. Not what. Don't tell me that the problem is we have too many guns in society. And that's like people are killing people in Milwaukee at another places. It has nothing to do with the number of guns in society. If it was you'd have Gerhard is killing killing one another writer laughed, they all let guns and not one of them. Not one of them deliberately tried to shoot someone else. In fact, only three nine fatal injuries the whole season. All by the way, accidental. So for the people who try to argue that the problem is the proliferation of guns as opposed to the problem is people like Debbie Jordan who goes in and start shooting up a house in Manami falls. You can't possibly miss the point. And anyone who wants to argue that the problem is that too many people have access to guns. Then explain to me how all of these deer hunters can be running around with all of these guns N P. So unbelievably safe, it is a human behavior problem. It is not a gun problem. If it was a gun problem. The murder rate would have exploded over the last week and a half in marathon county and Sawyer county and Burnett county, and all the other counties that Cy huge influxes a population of big gluts all carrying guns. From them. Nothing. The problem has never been one. With regard to God's America has been a washing guns as long as it's been in America. The problem that we have deals with criminal behavior. And often criminal behavior involving individuals who are unpunished when they commit one crime after another after another after another before they graduate up to their gun -cribe. The gun has become the easy scapegoat. For the liberal who does not want to address the real root of the problem. And this is a good backdrop to those Republicans in Washington to water water down some of our federal criminal statutes. Deterrence and punishment. Not the passage of more gun laws because the guns are not the problem as Wisconsin deer is gloriously proved to a spectacular city, which they managed even though there were fewer of them to kill board gear, and injure virtually none of themselves and not a hint of a case of somebody using what are these guns deliberately try to? Harm someone else. They go much easier for these gang bangers if the guys who are trying to kill running around a blaze orange, though. Seriously. Then this proved my point. Is that good point that this has nothing to do with guns? I'm very proud of this point. I'm very proud of this point. You know, there's another. It's also, well, these are shotguns, nobody's gonna kill somebody with a shotgun. Kill Saudi or the Rev. Why not if your goal is to kill the person actually those work pretty well for that purpose? I know hunters could use handguns at all of that stuff. My point here is that the firepower and the access to the ammunition, and who has their hands on the guns is relevant in order to be able to deer hunted, Wisconsin. There are some caveats with regard to access to firearms. If you have a felony record in so odd proving again, it's the high quality of character of the average deer hunter they created the safety situation in not whether or not they had God's it will always be a function of who it is that has the gods. Not whether or not there are guns five sixteen NewsTalk seven thirty WLS..

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02:45 min | 2 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Help you Her for? Taking my. Call so we tell a corner lot. And we had three. Thirty foot pine trees that gave us a. Nice screen and blackout a street light but they come to needle, Welk though we recently took him down but we were told now that the soil can any special prep because of the acidity and the needle, we, are, wondering how to prep the soil how can we can plant something and what would be. A good replacement and. Where, do. You live Manami falls so you have. Kind of a thicker Based? Clay based. Soil if I'm not mistaken okay so You know I think for the. Most part you can go back in anytime in? Replant, and are you, looking to plant some evergreens again well now we're thinking we want, to look for something that's disease resistant and deer resistant but something that could give us some screen from the road and it might be. Susceptible, to stop spraying in the winter from the plow jeez I got a concrete tree that I can. Sell. You I can't wait to, salts even going to bother the concrete tree I don't think anything's gonna live there no even cheryl's onto sure about staying right so what. I, would do is begin to clean up the mess thoroughly And you may want. To, Rakoff if there's years of needles laying. There trying to get all that stuff cleaned up and throw it away And then when you go to pick a new. Plant pick a new plant when you plant that tree you're, gonna wanna do maybe. A fifty fifty mix of new soil with all soil make sure that your new soil is like a sandy loam a sand base topsoil and if you talk to a garden center and tell, them that you want something that's more you don't wanna be putting composter thick Do we dared in there you want sand to help be more air get through it better? You, follow what I'm saying it helps to break down the clay and gives it more oxygen and and whatnot and better drainage so that's. That's. Something that you can do to help. The environment and then and then simply pick the tree so I I mean you can go back in with spruce but what are you going to have a multiple trees going in into this area or just maybe one well it. Could be a possibility of getting planting something with three, in or doing one main tree and more growing, stuff around with it right and so if you want.

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WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"Over forty five hundred employees working in the fall at a couple of different locations over. Forty thousand people work in the fall It's a popular. Place other, big employers after familiar with Alto sham they manufacture restaurant oven Glenroy. Is a manufacturer here in the fall of course we have while it's not their headquarters per se but? We have the Harley Davidson powertrain operation plant here in the fall right next door. To Harley Davidson there's a German company Wecker noisome. Would not want to omit community Memorial Hospital which is. Part of, the freighter Medical College of Wisconsin of course we can't forget the, lamplight company that makes those fun Tiki torches so what makes the falls such a great place to live and work We have a freight location we're right. Off of the forty one forty five. Corridor we are pretty much twenty minutes from downtown Milwaukee great access. To the freeway system as. I said get down to Chicago or head up head up north Yates, says she. Thinks diversity of business in the. Village helps make the economy strong we have. Strong retail presence they. Have strong manufacturing presence they have strong healthcare. President and Manami falls has a growing hospitality president here we, have to hotel another hotel built not too long ago about a twenty five minute drive from Milwaukee Menominee. Falls is warm and inviting community keeps people coming back it still has that, small town feel we are with service organizations that people. Manami fall, definitely come out I will say we have we have a leadership. Program here at our chamber of commerce called leadership Menominee fog it was Started by Manami falls than is now in twenty eighth year and it was. Just about creating steward for. For the community so I. Think that's what it is with our development we have a a wonderful quaint yet developing downtown area. With also a lot of.

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04:00 min | 3 years ago

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"To debbie manami falls debbie you're wtmj hi thanks for taking my cry debbie and basically talking for my daughter because she went to summer fest this year as she has since i think two thousand twelve but she said this year it was way overloaded with ax and things like that for the under sixteen crowd she's in her twenties and said it was basically nothing she saw like maybe five or six media half dozen things that were geared it was all the teen stuff and that kind of turned her off and i mean she's one that has bought up until a couple of years ago she's bought the eleven day pass he went twice because there was nothing for that interest her well it's interesting that you should say that debbie because one one of the criticisms that summer fest has had over the years is that for at least the main stage and some of the side stages over the years the criticism has been the book too many quote unquote boomer racks now your daughter's not talking about boomer axe but you know i mean i'm baby boomer you probably are too okay so is old it's too much of the these boomer ax you too much tom petty petty passed away but those type of things well i mean this year they really got away from that i mean there were a lot of stuff that was designed to appeal to the baleno and maybe two people that were younger and i think that hurt him i mean they were getting all we we've got all this i kinda hip and trendy stuff that we're going after some of these audiences i think i think that saying that they didn't have axed it would appeal to people who were little bit older but i think that had an effect i think there's a lot of boomers kind of looked at that and said well okay you got james taylor bonnie raitt and maybe a couple of other acts but there's not that much stuff to get us going down there and i think that hurts them that's true and when i see on the news all i would see was people talking to the thirteen and fourteen year olds yeah i mean they clearly this year i think made a pivot now i don't know if it was intentional based on who was out there or whether this was kind of a conscious effort this is going to be one of the years where we really try to get younger and i think that that did have an effect i was i was at a fourth of july party and i was talking to some people who are regular summer fest goers and they were saying at least as far as the lineups their headline this boomer crowded they said there just wasn't as much stuff there if they wanted to see and it did appear to me that they made a decision to go after the younger crowds and i think that together with some other factors but i think that was one of the things that was reflected in the attendance things i agree there group of normally like eight to twelve people always went together this year one one day there were two and one day there were four now thanks i mean i i it's it's difficult to book this the greatest respect for bob abbas she does the booking and so sometimes it just depends on who's available but this was a this year clearly there was a pivot from bouma racks to axe tied to the millennials or maybe even younger generations and and maybe they overdid it and i understand the music critics applaud this always kinda hip and trendy but all right it could be hip and trendy maybe people aren't that go is much let's talk to david waukesha dave you're on wbz i'm jay doing what do you think i kind of echo that same sentiment that was the bottom line how much does it may who cares right right and we don't know the vendor no but at the same time if you're i mean i don't know it but the reality is if you're if you're drawing sixty or seventy or eighty thousand people less than you've been drawing historically that tells me the numbers those numbers have to be down to i would.

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01:48 min | 3 years ago

"manami falls" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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WTMJ 620

01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"I always listen get a lot of good tips i have a kitchen here that was added onto a long time ago and now on both sides were kitchen was this section was added on i have developed i guess from settling cracks right where the new kitchen part was added onto now i've had this for a long time and i just never did anything about it but can you recognize date jambi construction do they do anything like this kind of thing you got a guy actually we do you know it's pretty rare for the business we're in but we have an employee his name's danny and he is a excellent drywall painter and we run into a lot of clients said after we fix the roasted need something fixed on the interior we just did a job in manami falls where we rebuilt a sunroom and he did all the interior drywall work and his artistic talents you probably have some settling issues he uses fiberglass tape with that so it's a little bit stronger multiple coats with the finish on it and so forth so yeah we could we could take care of that for you tom thanks for all the help that you give us callers i have a question questions i is i have an attic fan i'm sorry bathroom fan they've been into the attic and i want to get us what's been outside i'm worried about this handyman because they might not see look through the roof practically do you know who might do that we actually do that too and what you wanna do is you want to run some ductwork and you wanna run a fan with a i mean excuse me one run event with a backdraft damper you want to have that completely connected together so you're not dumping any humidity from the interior of the house into the attic space for everybody never dump it just into the attic right in a good.

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