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"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

05:34 min | 2 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Attend an event and they had a live lion cub living on their premises. Any ideas? Anyone? Anyone? Okay? So maybe this last example give you a big big hint. I recently saw something on Facebook that asked if you were stranded on a desert island and you had to choose only three things to take with you. What would you choose? Among the choices were chocolate. Music. Dogs. Junk food. A book. Bug spray a hammock, pen and paper. And sometime lotion. Well, I definitely had chocolate and dogs on the list. But I guess today are not from a humane society or a candy store, right. The third thing that topped the list for me was a book. Not just one. But many. I just love to read. I never used to, but I really do now. I love the smell of books. I love to mark them up. So that was a really big hint. So anybody guess who are going to be talking to today? Well, okay. In the interest of time, I guess I'll tell you right away. My first guest is Ryan Daniels, executive director from the Milwaukee Public Library Foundation. Whose mission is to help provide resources to the Milwaukee public Library, along with with funding some other interesting things, as we learned A little bit before. So welcome to the show today, Ryan. Thank you so much, Jill. And thank you so much to Ellen Becker Group for having us today. You're welcome. You're welcome. So I understand that you are from out East, So I'm curious. What brought you to our lovely city and ultimately to the foundation? Well, thank you so much for asking. I've been in the community 26 years now. And, um, one of my favorite stories about visiting Milwaukee is when I was looking at relocating. I had a chance to go to the Central Library downtown. It is one of the most beautiful libraries I've been at. And when I realized that that was a resource that Milwaukee had it made me feel like it was a city that I wanted to live in. Mm. Nice. Yes, we do have quite a quite a library downtown, Don't we? Beautiful. So, um, we don't want to leave our audience hanging about the details on the wrestling match or this event that drew over 5000 and an eight hour period or even the baby Lion cubs. So fill us in with the details. Well, as you've mentioned, the Milwaukee Public Library Foundation helps provide resources above and beyond with the city budget would allow And so when you're talking about those events, those are examples of library loud events that were 100% funded by private investment. So let me tell you, we converted the Central Library into a haunted house experience. And that's what brought 10,000 people within an eight hour period. Goodness and there is nothing that makes your heart warmer than seeing a line to get into your public library. I imagine there's some pretty scary things within the library right all Absolutely. And if you haven't visited us, it is a property that was built in 18 98 and was both the site of the Milwaukee public Library as well as the museum all the way until the 19 sixties. So perfect setting for a haunted event, right? Yes, but I suppose you also want to hear a little bit about this wrestling match. Yeah, And I'm happy to say that we funded a program where we had Mondo Luca in our Mitchell Street branch. And we were joined by over 5000 live Facebook followers and we had quiet versus loud and the community had a chance to come together and to make different wrestling masks. And it was really an event to draw in people that wouldn't traditionally come to the library, right. And, uh and it said one of the weirdest places for a wrestling match. Right. So who would guess that the library would be the place you'd go for this? I could not believe that we were ranked the weirdest place. To have a wrestling match Number number one Thanks to wrestling World magazine. Oh, there you go. Well, I want to know about this little lion cub. Tell us about that. Well, I've already given you a little bit of a teasers since the building was both the public library as well as the public museum. Way back in the 19 twenties. We had a director go on safari to get things for the museum collection, and he brought back with him. Sim. Who was a library called that lived on the roof of the Milwaukee public Library until he went on to live at Washington Park Zoo. And if you would like to visit Sim, you can go see him in the Milwaukee public Museum today. Um, put the library continues its legacy. Because our mascot you may see is a lion. And that is in a nod to Sim and actually, you can find that story online. I mean, it was interesting to read about it in the history behind it, So that's that's good again. I've mentioned that I'm an avid reader, as are my parents. And you know, my mom has tried to give away some really great books over the years and she was hard pressed to find someone to take them. You know, they're saying that everything is going digital and that you know, whenever whatever you need can be found online. I beg to differ on that. I think there's nothing like a good book in your hands. But how would you respond to that, Ryan? You know, does anyone use the library anymore for.

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"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

06:10 min | 6 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Were seen has 72 a kind of walks at 71. We're showing 80 degrees here at WTMJ. At 8 21, and it's time to check in with Marquez. He is the editor in chief of the Milwaukee Business Journal. He's famous mark chaos. It's that guy. In the the red checkered pants, and he's got the big planner. It's big boy, and he's coming back to the Milwaukee area. Remember Lily growing up eating at the restaurant in Glendale? All the time and going man with my parents? Just the food was good. It wasn't great, but it was still fun. But no, I mean he's coming back there that they are going to open. A restaurant out in Germantown under the franchise are also looking at other locations. Mark area there was looking at what I thought was there's any food trucks Having stands at some of our events or or at the arena or at am FAM field, so really trying to bring that name back kind of nostalgia thing, which it would you know, always works. But then you see him a lot of us. Kind of remember a lot of us really enjoyed it. Try it once. But you know, I'm not. Yeah, you need to see how well does the Speaking of burgers a news shake shack is planned for the area. Now, where is that going to go? And why is she check so popular? They're out of New York. I I actually read them out in New York City when I was visiting there, enjoy them, and they came to the third Ward a couple years ago has done very well. Now they're going to Brookfield. I'm to mount and darker road hot area. Lots of traffic, You know, right across from the corners kind of that area there, So you know, it's kind of well known as a burger. We like our kind of as we talk about talk about unless we like our hamburgers. Milwaukee. There's no doubt about it. With cops and others. And here's another kind of thing. That's well known for its burgers and a well known for its food and well known for being quick, So it's it's It's really kind of hits all the numbers for our area that were our area to be really good. How many calories? Are we going to be counted with all of these? I don't think you count calories when you go to place like that, right? The only councils on Mondays and Tuesdays government Wednesday you're okay. Thanks for that. There are so many things going on at the Milwaukee public market. They've got a new retailer Pete's Pops. Plus, they've added Pickleball courts. How are they doing in the recovery? You know really well, I mean, for those of us who have been and kind of live downtown and others who come downtown and CNN kind of gone over in that area on the weekends. They had long lines and they were under some restrictions were obviously with numbers, but they do very well and I think what they're trying to now do is it really try some new things trying to try something outside the market? Whether bringing empty slaps, well known retailer in the area has just opened a shop out in West Allis has one in Milwaukee has done very, very well for those of us who have seen them at events really well known products. And they're also trying some other sporting activities. You know, cooking balls has become a hot sport kind of throughout the country and has come to walk in the last couple of years. Growing. I mean, I play it. It's a fun sport, little activity and it's right along the river walk. So what they're doing is they're trying to say Okay, you can come to the market. Eat some food. You can play some games. You're gonna hang out. Maybe, and then maybe spend some more money in the market, So it's just another way to get Individuals there. It's also activating space that I like to say between the third Ward and the main area of the city, which I think is really important because as we want more energy and more activity in that area throughout the day and throughout the weekend, it's important to have activities like this. Well, since you said you play pickup ball, you probably ought to explain for listeners who don't know what it is what Pickleball is. It is a sport. It's a little bit like a mix of like pink pawn tennis and but basically a smaller rackets with a whiffle ball. They're not even rackets are more like paddles. Exactly exactly, And it is a fun sport. You have to learn the scoring, which is a little bit interesting, but I play it probably once or twice a week. I really I really have enjoyed it. And it's It's a little slower than other sports, and it is huge in Arizona and Florida has kind of made its way North, and I think if anybody wants to see it, you said, you really drive down to that area kind of marketing. You'll see people playing there all the time. It is a fun one. As speaking of things that are going well for companies. The Marcus Corporation, of course. Were hit very, very hard during the pandemic. What about recovery for them? Are people going back to the movie theaters? Are they booking hotel rooms? I'd say it's mixed so far, I'd say hotels, they're seeing a lot of leisure travel. These are travels really hot right now. You I mean, you're seeing it with the flight numbers. You're singing throughout the city on the weekend. So, Yeah, Hotels I've heard are doing very well on the weekends. Okay? Throughout the week, as they really have not seen the travel come back from him from any of the corporations. I mean, that's very slow. The movie theaters again mixed bag, You know for them. I always hear it's really about kind of the offering. So as new movies are coming out of the next couple of months, I think you'll see clearly pick up as we start to return to what I call the new normal. You'll see it slowly pick up But they've had to make some adjustments are doing some new things that will be theater for $100 the entire movie theater and have 20 and 22 friends there to watch a movie. They're trying new things with the apps in terms of how you order and kind of how you interact, but it's gonna be a slow recovery for them because they got hit the hardest of almost any company. No being in the hospitality business about hotels and theaters were really hit hard. Mark, Tell us a little bit about this new high speed bus they're talking about. How fast is this bus going to go faster than the bus But now high speeds relative in this case, right? We're not talking about 100 20 Miles an hour. We're talking about a lane that that will be for them. That will go from from the main area of the city out to our Tosa thinking as it easier to get out there quicker to get out there, especially especially around the medical colleges and freighter. And Children's hospital trying to move individuals quicker from those areas into the city. I think it's great. It's another kind of improvement and transportation, improving the kind of a mass transit to offer alternatives. I think one of the one of the weaknesses of our city that we've talked about Ford's mass transit Here's a case where you really increase that while Tosa and that area there see tremendous growth and has done really great thing, Then you know to be able to live downtown yet work out there and move quickly out there this week, There was a big boost for a new Milwaukee public museum. Tell us exactly what happened. And and what the timeline is having a new museum right now they're talking about one near Market neighborhood right in the middle City near the arena.

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"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A huge deal. It makes my smart light that i can turn on a whim kind of silly but this is a smart device. That's actually really helpful. Yeah the impact might be a little better not saying that your light is a bad thing or anything. They can both in this world exactly. Yeah exactly Speaking of existing space exist and we keep trying to go there. The latest canadian engineering firm geometric energy corporation has partnered with spacex on spacex is launch of its doj one you've class spacecraft also known as a cube set which will be aboard a falcon nine rocket and go to the moon and the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yes i said doj one and yes. It's that doj. The mission is the first commercial lunar payload funded by cryptocurrency. Doj coin which spacex is commercial sales. Vp tomoki narrow said was vital in demonstrating how crypto can establish a foundation for interplanetary commerce. There's there's so much puffery In this announcement but it is also hilarious because does coin such launch. Yeah but much funding I i look at. I think okay. The analogue would be a story. I don't know in the fourteen. Hundreds about a boat that was funded with paper money. This new paper money situation and now we wouldn't care how it was funded. We're just leaving instead of like funded with you know bricks of yeah instead of bricks old from the from the qing dynasty the queen allow and these days were like and it's really not that interesting how they paid for it. We're more interested where the boat went and the same will be true. I think in the future like if cryptocurrency becomes common. We'll look back on and go like okay so that was the first one. But you know such a big deal. It's like i mean there's monetary value here. You can't these sorts of things cost money. Okay with crypto. That's i think that's becoming more and more normal. Yeah and i and it is a little bit of a dodge. because it's like they took. The money turned into doj going and then said they were using that to pay for it right. It doesn't help you get the moon better. Does not affect the mission. Yeah well doj coin. I look forward to that. Not be in. The story of the weekend still entertained by those. I have to admit i. I know i i am too. It's just it's weird enough. It's just weird enough. Let's check out the mail bag. Let's do that. This one comes from kevin. kevin is from milwaukee. It will be spring any day. Now wisconsin kevin i. We're hoping that for you. Kevin says finally something in my wheelhouse. And he's referring to our discussion that we had with nikki last week about The medical field and Mri's and c. t. Scans and all that stuff that that medical professionals need to be able to help humans living creatures be you know best versions of themselves. Kevin says i read software for cds and we had the milwaukee public museum. Come to our facilities to scan some mummies. They've done this a few times now and it. Lets us use our latest and greatest on something other than a water phantom and they get some good archaeological images. There are other costs to a cat. Scan but the x ray tubes are the expensive component that degrade with each us hospitals will have to replace those eventually newer machines designed to give more coverage on the detector side and more input data and also provide better image quality with less radiation..

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"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A huge deal. It makes my smart light that i can turn on a whim kind of silly but this is a smart device. That's actually really helpful. Yeah the impact might be a little better not saying that your light is a bad thing or anything. They can both in this world exactly. Yeah exactly Speaking of existing space exist and we keep trying to go there. The latest canadian engineering firm geometric energy corporation has partnered with spacex on spacex is launch of its doj one you've class spacecraft also known as a cube set which will be aboard a falcon nine rocket and go to the moon and the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yes i said doj one and yes. It's that doj. The mission is the first commercial lunar payload funded by cryptocurrency. Doj coin which spacex is commercial sales. Vp tomoki narrow said was vital in demonstrating how crypto can establish a foundation for interplanetary commerce. There's there's so much puffery announced but it is also hilarious because does coin such launch. Yeah but much funding I i look at. I think okay. The analogue would be a story. I don't know in the fourteen. Hundreds about a boat that was funded with paper money. This new paper money situation and now we wouldn't care how it was funded. We're just leaving instead of like funded with you know bricks of yeah instead of bricks old from the from the qing dynasty the queen allow and these days were like and it's really not that interesting how they paid for it. We're more interested where the boat went and the same will be true. I think in the future like if cryptocurrency becomes common. We'll look back on and go like okay so that was the first one. But you know such a big deal. It's like i mean there's monetary value here. You can't these sorts of things cost money. Okay you paid for it with crypto. That's i think that's becoming more and more normal. And i and it is a little bit of a dodge. Because it's like they took the money turned into doj going and then said they were using that to pay for it right. It doesn't help you get the moon better. Does not affect the mission. Yeah well doj coin. I look forward to that. Not be in. The story of the weekend still entertained by those. I i know i i am too. It's just it's weird enough. It's just weird enough. Let's check out the mail bag. Let's do that. This one comes from kevin. kevin is from milwaukee. It will be spring any day. Now wisconsin kevin i. We're hoping that for you. Kevin says finally something in my wheelhouse. And he's referring to our discussion that we had with nikki last week about The medical field and Mri's and c. t. Scans and all that stuff that that medical professionals need to be able to help humans living creatures be you know best versions of themselves. Kevin says i read software for cds and we had the milwaukee public museum. Come to our facilities to scan some mummies. They've done this a few times now and it. Lets us use our latest and greatest on something other than a water phantom and they get some good archaeological images. There are other costs to a cat. Scan but the x ray tubes are the expensive component that degrade with each us hospitals will have to replace those eventually newer machines designed to give more coverage on the detector side and more input data and also provide better image.

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"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A huge deal. It makes my smart light that i can turn on a whim kind of silly but this is a smart device. That's actually really helpful. Yeah the impact might be a little better. We're we're not saying that your light is a bad thing or anything. They can both in this world exactly. Yeah exactly Speaking of existing space exist and we keep trying to go there. The latest canadian engineering firm geometric energy corporation has partnered with spacex on spacex is launch of its doj one u-class spacecraft also known as a cube set. Which will be aboard a falcon nine rocket and go to the moon and the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yes i said doj one and yes. It's that doj. The mission is the first commercial lunar payload funded by cryptocurrency. Doj coin which spacex is commercial sales. Vp tomoki narrow said was vital in demonstrating how crypto can establish a foundation for interplanetary commerce. There's there's so much puffery In this announcement but it is also hilarious because does coin such launch. Yeah but much funding I i look at. I think okay. The analogue would be a story. I don't know in the fourteen. Hundreds about a boat that was funded with paper money. This new paper money situation and now we wouldn't care how it was funded. We're just leaving instead of like funded with you know bricks of yeah instead of bricks old from the from the qing dynasty the queen allow and these days were like and it's really not that interesting how they paid for it. We're more interested where the boat went and the same will be true. I think in the future like if cryptocurrency becomes common. We'll look back on and go like okay so that was the first one. But you know such a big deal. It's like i mean there's monetary value here. You can't these sorts of things cost money. Okay with crypto. that's i think that's becoming more and more normal. And i and it is a little bit of a dodge. Because it's like they just took the money turned into doj going and then said they were using that to pay for it right. It doesn't help you get the moon better. Does not affect the mission. Yeah well doj coin. I look forward to that. Not be in. The story of the weekend still entertained by those. I have to admit i. I know i i am too. It's just it's weird enough. It's just weird enough. Let's check out the mail bag. Let's do that. This one comes from kevin. kevin is from milwaukee. It will be spring any day. Now wisconsin kevin i. We're hoping that for you. Kevin says finally something in my wheelhouse. And he's referring to our discussion that we had with nikki last week about The medical field and Mri's and c. t. Scans and all that stuff that that medical professionals need to be able to help humans living creatures be you know best versions of themselves. Kevin says i read software for cds and we had the milwaukee public museum. Come to our facilities to scan some mummies. They've done this a few times now and it. Lets us use our latest and greatest on something other than a water phantom and they get some good archaeological images. There are other costs to a cat. Scan but the x ray tubes are the expensive component that degrade with each us hospitals will have to replace those eventually newer machines designed to give more coverage on the detector side and more input data and also provide better image quality with less radiation. I could.

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"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A huge deal. It makes my smart light that i can turn on a whim kind of silly but this is a smart device. That's actually really helpful. Yeah the impact might be a little better. We're we're not saying that your light is a bad thing or anything. They can both in this world exactly. Yeah exactly Speaking of existing space exist and we keep trying to go there. Here's the latest canadian. Engineering firm geometric energy corporation has partnered with spacex on spacex is launch of its doj. One you've spacecraft also known as a cube set which will be aboard a falcon nine rocket and go to the moon and the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yes i said doj one and yes. It's that doj. The mission is the first commercial lunar payload funded by cryptocurrency. Doj coin which spacex is commercial sales. Vp tomoki narrow said was vital in demonstrating how crypto can establish a foundation for interplanetary commerce. There's there's so much puffery In this announcement but it is also hilarious because does coin such launch. Yeah but much funding I i look at. I think okay. The analogue would be a story. I don't know in the fourteen. Hundreds about a boat that was funded with paper money. This new paper money situation and now we wouldn't care how it was funded. We're just leaving instead of like funded with you know bricks of yeah instead of bricks old from the from the qing dynasty the queen allow and these days were like and it's really not that interesting how they paid for it. We're more interested where the boat went and the same will be true. I think in the future like if cryptocurrency becomes common. We'll look back on and go like okay so that was the first one. But you know such a big deal. It's like i mean there's monetary value here. You can't these sorts of things cost money. Okay with crypto. that's i think that's becoming more and more normal. And i and it is a little bit of a dodge. Because it's like they took. The money turned into doj going and then said they were using that to pay for it right. It doesn't help you get the moon better. Does not affect the mission. Yeah well doj coin. I look forward to that. Not be in. The story of the weekend still entertained by those. I have to admit i. I know i i am too. It's just it's weird enough. It's just weird enough. Let's check out the mail bag. Let's do that. This one comes from kevin. kevin is from milwaukee. It will be spring any day. Now wisconsin kevin i. We're hoping that for you. Kevin says finally something in my wheelhouse. And he's referring to our discussion that we had nikki last week about The medical field and Mri's and c. t. Scans and all that stuff that that medical professionals need to be able to help humans living creatures be you know best versions of themselves. Kevin says i read software for cds and we had the milwaukee public museum. Come to our facilities to scan some mummies. They've done this a few times now and it. Lets us use our latest and greatest on something other than a water phantom and they get some good archaeological images. There are other costs to a cat. Scan but the x ray tubes are the expensive component that degrade with each us hospitals will have to replace those eventually newer machines designed to give more coverage on the detector side and more input data and also provide better image quality with less radiation..

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"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:23 min | 7 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A huge deal. It makes my smart light that i can turn on a whim kind of silly but this is a smart device. That's actually really helpful. Yeah the impact might be a little better not saying that your light is a bad thing or anything. They can both in this world exactly. Yeah exactly Speaking of existing space exist and we keep trying to go there. The latest canadian engineering firm geometric energy corporation has partnered with spacex on spacex launch of. Its doj. one you've spacecraft also known as a cube set which will be aboard a falcon nine rocket and go to the moon and the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yes i said doj one and yes. It's that doj. The mission is the first commercial lunar payload funded by cryptocurrency. Doj coin which spacex is commercial sales. Vp tomoki narrow said was vital in demonstrating how crypto can establish a foundation for interplanetary commerce. There's there's so much puffery This announcement but it is also hilarious because does coin such launch. Yeah but much funding I i look at. I think okay. The analogue would be a story. I don't know in the fourteen. Hundreds about a boat that was funded with paper money. This new paper money situation and now we wouldn't care how it was funded. We're just leaving instead of like funded with you know bricks of yeah instead of bricks old from the from the qing dynasty the queen allow and these days were like and it's really not that interesting how they paid for it. We're more interested where the boat went and the same will be true. I think in the future like if cryptocurrency becomes common. We'll look back on and go like okay so that was the first one. But you know such a big deal. It's like i mean there's monetary value here. You can't these sorts of things cost money. Okay you paid for it with crypto. That's i think that's becoming more and more normal. And i and it is a little bit of a dodge. Because it's like they took the money turned into doj going and then said they were using that to pay for it right. It doesn't help you get the moon better. Does not affect the mission. Yeah well doj coin. I look forward to that. Not be in. The story of the weekend still entertained by those. I have to admit i. I know i i am too. It's just it's weird enough. It's just weird enough. Let's check out the mail bag. Let's do that. This one comes from kevin. kevin is from milwaukee. It will be spring any day. Now wisconsin kevin i. We're hoping that for you. Kevin says finally something in my wheelhouse. And he's referring to our discussion that we had with nikki last week about The medical field and Mri's and c. t. Scans and all that stuff that that medical professionals need to be able to help humans living creatures be you know best versions of themselves. Kevin says i read software for cds and we had the milwaukee public museum. Come to our facilities to scan some mummies. They've done this a few times now and it. Lets us use our latest and greatest on something other than a water phantom and they get some good archaeological images. There are other costs to a cat. Scan but the x ray tubes are the expensive component that degrade with each us hospitals will have to replace those eventually newer machines designed to give more coverage on the detector side and more input data and also provide better image quality with less radiation. I could.

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Daily Tech News Show

03:28 min | 7 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A huge deal. It makes my smart light that i can turn on a whim kind of silly but this is a smart device. That's actually really helpful. Yeah the impact might be a little better. Your light is a bad thing or anything. They can both in this world exactly. Yeah exactly Speaking of existing space exist and we keep trying to go there. The latest canadian engineering firm geometric energy corporation has partnered with spacex on spacex is launch of its doj one you've spacecraft also known as a cube set which will be aboard a falcon nine rocket and go to the moon and the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yes i said doj one and yes. It's that doj. The mission is the first commercial lunar payload funded by cryptocurrency. Doj coin which spacex is commercial sales. Vp tomoki narrow said was vital in demonstrating how crypto can establish a foundation for interplanetary commerce. There's there's so much puffery In this announcement but it is also hilarious because does coin such launch. Yeah but much funding I i look at. I think okay. The analogue would be a story. I don't know in the fourteen. Hundreds about a boat that was funded with paper money. This new paper money situation and now we wouldn't care how it was funded. We're just leaving instead of like funded with you know bricks of yeah instead of bricks old from the from the qing dynasty the queen allow and these days were like and it's really not that interesting how they paid for it. We're more interested where the boat went and the same will be true. I think in the future like if cryptocurrency becomes common. We'll look back on and go like okay so that was the first one. But you know such a big deal. It's like i mean there's monetary value here. You can't these sorts of things cost money. Okay you paid for it with crypto. That's i think that's becoming more and more normal. And i and it is a little bit of a dodge. Because it's like they took the money turned into doj going and then said they were using that to pay for it right. It doesn't help you get the moon better. Does not affect the mission. Yeah well doj coin. I look forward to that. Not be in. The story of the weekend still entertained by those. I have to admit i. I know i i am too. It's just it's weird enough. It's just weird enough. Let's check out the mail bag. Let's do that. This one comes from kevin. kevin is from milwaukee. It will be spring any day. Now wisconsin kevin i. We're hoping that for you. Kevin says finally something in my wheelhouse. And he's referring to our discussion that we had with nikki last week about The medical field and Mri's and c. t. Scans and all that stuff that that medical professionals need to be able to help humans living creatures be you know best versions of themselves. Kevin says i read software for cds and we had the milwaukee public museum. Come to our facilities to scan some mummies. They've done this a few times now and it. Lets us use our latest and greatest on something other than a water phantom and they get some good archaeological images. There are other costs to a cat. Scan but the x ray tubes are the.

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03:28 min | 7 months ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"A huge deal. It makes my smart light that i can turn on a whim kind of silly but this is a smart device. That's actually really helpful. Yeah the impact might be a little better. Your light is a bad thing or anything. They can both in this world exactly. Yeah exactly Speaking of existing space exist and we keep trying to go there. The latest canadian engineering firm geometric energy corporation has partnered with spacex on spacex launch of. Its doj. one you've spacecraft also known as a cube set which will be aboard a falcon nine rocket and go to the moon and the first quarter of twenty twenty two. Yes i said doj one and yes. It's that doj. The mission is the first commercial lunar payload funded by cryptocurrency. Doj coin which spacex is commercial sales. Vp tomoki narrow said was vital in demonstrating how crypto can establish a foundation for interplanetary commerce. There's there's so much puffery In this announcement but it is also hilarious because does coin such launch. Yeah but much funding I i look at. I think okay. The analogue would be a story. I don't know in the fourteen. Hundreds about a boat that was funded with paper money. This new paper money situation and now we wouldn't care how it was funded. We're just leaving instead of like funded with you know bricks of yeah instead of bricks cold from the from the qing dynasty the queen allow and these days were like and it's really not that interesting how they paid for it. We're more interested where the boat went and the same will be true. I think in the future like if cryptocurrency becomes common. We'll look back on and go like okay so that was the first one. But you know such a big deal. It's like i mean there's monetary value here. You can't these sorts of things cost money. Okay with crypto. that's i think that's becoming more and more normal. And i and it is a little bit of a dodge. Because it's like they took. The money turned into doj going and then said they were using that to pay for it right. It doesn't help you get the moon better. Does not affect the mission. Yeah well doj coin. I look forward to that. Not be in. The story of the weekend still entertained by those. I have to admit i. I know i i am too. It's just it's weird enough. It's just weird enough. Let's check out the mail bag. Let's do that. This one comes from kevin. kevin is from milwaukee. It will be spring any day. Now wisconsin kevin i. We're hoping that for you. Kevin says finally something in my wheelhouse. And he's referring to our discussion that we had nikki last week about The medical field and Mri's and c. t. Scans and all that stuff that that medical professionals need to be able to help humans living creatures be you know best versions of themselves. Kevin says i read software for cds and we had the milwaukee public museum. Come to our facilities to scan some mummies. They've done this a few times now and it. Lets us use our latest and greatest on something other than a water phantom and they get some good archaeological images. There are other costs to a cat. Scan but the x ray tubes are the.

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The Packers are already looking ahead to next weekend is Derrick Henry and the Titans come to town. What would voice of the Packers way Larrabee do if he was playing for the Packers defense this upcoming weekend against the NFL's leading rusher? Personally, I'd ask for the week off, probably a smart move. It will be no small task to slow him down for the green and gold. He gets off the bus. He's got a buck 50 on the ground, already walking off the bus into the stadium. That's how good he is. The tenant four titans come to town this weekend for Sunday night Football. Kickoff set for 7 20 Brianti WTMJ Sports Breaking Milwaukee Radio News, A community activist who retired MPD lieutenant and to Milwaukee. Bucks in game hosts will be featured on the new 101 117 the Truth radio station. Station, which will target the city's black community will include former Lieutenant Dr Ken Harris, Community activist Story Low and Buck's host Joe Brown and Melanie Ricks. The new station launches January 4th Wtmj and the truth are both owned by Good Karma brands, and we'll hear more from Torrey Low Coming up here at 4 30. Just after sunset Tonight. A sky spectacle 800 years in the making, Jupiter and Saturn will nearly align creating what astronomers call the Christmas Star. Milwaukee Public Museum Planetarium director Bob On a door almost appearance one. They're gonna be 0.1 degrees apart. And what does that mean? Well, if you hold your pinky out at arm's length, it will be 1/10 of the width of your pinky. So that's extremely close. It'll be very hard to see Saturn. They almost seem to merge as one Balladur says the Christmas star will be most visible at 5 15 about an hour after sunset coming up a different kind of relationship. APP..

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06:57 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Pick up the Milwaukee Health and Economy briefing with two of the really bright guys in southeast Wisconsin, Tim she he is the president of the Metropolitan Milwaukee Association of Commerce. Doctor John Raymond is the medical College of Wisconsin president and CEO. Gentlemen. Thanks for waiting through the news for us, John Let's begin with this. Dr. Raymond, I would like to play this clip from the president. This is from earlier today and then ask you a question related to this. We're gonna have a vaccine in a matter of a matter of weeks. It could be four weeks. It could be eight weeks, but we're gonna have and we're getting very good results, and it's really looking good. Okay, so maybe news there. Maybe not. He kind of hedge his bet. First, he said, a matter of weeks and I guess weeks could be 20 or 30 weeks. But the question is this. When will covert 19 vaccine likely be ready? And when will it be safe? Yeah, Thanks again. A lot of this is going to depend on what happens over the next few weeks in terms of safety profiling for the three vaccines Aaron Fe three trials in the U. S. But I think it is likely that we'll have at least one vaccine available on a limited basis in the U. S before the end of this calendar year, and I do think that people are very concerned about safety and AstraZeneca was probably the leader and they had to halt their trials in Brazil in the UK Or days last week because a single peso patient and received their covert 19 vaccine developed a very rare condition called transfers Myelitis, which is an inflammation of the spinal cord. Brazil in the UK allowed them to resume the studies, but the U. S FDA and and I a chair want more information before taken awhile that to resume here, But the other two vaccine makers their face retrials continue. Dr Raymond. I've been in a couple places in the last couple of weeks. I've had my temperature taken the little thermo gun up to my forehead and then I was allowed to go in. Is that an effective indicator of Cove it or if you're asymptomatic, Could you still have it in the temperature won't be indicated. What's your view on taking temperatures is an indicator. Yeah, thanks, John. It's not a bad idea, because it's relatively easy to do And it's an expensive. The problem is that have have the people with covert 19 are have no symptoms. So when they're infectious, and that temperature screen isn't going to catch them, on the other hand, it will maybe caused People to reflect on their symptoms. If they're if they're temperature's elevated and you could protect your employees and customers if somebody does have a fever, if you if you prevent them from going into your establishment So here's my question related to that. I mean, if I've just walked from my car and I'm really hot or I'm just under the weather, or I normally have a higher baseline temperature. Could I be turned away when really, I don't have anything to worry about. You could be, but you could come back in a few minutes after you cool off. You know, I just got off service taking care of patients in the last week and they wouldn't allow us to go on the patient Ward if we didn't screen with a normal temperature, So you know, I do think there's an indication there. Tim. I wanted to ask. You have been waiting all day to talk to you a little bit about the Dear District area New Hotel announced down there. The walkie Public Museum and Betty Brynner moving in down there. I'm surprised that one there space still available into that area continues to boom. This seems to be really great news for downtown. It is great news and maybe a little counterintuitive when hotel occupants he's running under 40% that you would see a new hotel going up, but it is, you know, north of the district. It's great news. On DH that will be sandwiched in between the Pfizer Forum and what hopefully is the new home for the Milwaukee Public Museum and Betty brand? So it again it really helps bolster the vibrancy of the downtown and really bolster the vibrancy of the region and to great examples of what we could do to help. Attract people to the region with these new amenities. Tim, Are you a Hilton guy? A Marriott guy or something else? It depends on I don't have. I don't have a favorite flavor. Let's put it that way. So it depends on the location in price. All right. Hey, guys, I'd like to end the week by asking you both this the most promising news of the week in the most challenging news, Tim, let's stay with you, most promising, most challenging Well, the most promising news, I think is the advent of better rapid testing, and I'm actually going to connected Tio most of our clay's comment about traffic delays So the more rapid testing we have, the more likely people are going to, you know, come back to the office and the more likely we're gonna have Traffic delays, which is good news in this environment. The downside, I think is run off of the PPP program in only 30% of capacity coming back to the airlines. So as we get to October, I'm afraid we're going to see maybe one in five jobs in the airline industry disappear. Yeah, That's a tough one. Dr Raymond promising challenging. I want to start with the challenging, you know, we are having a surge of new cases in Wisconsin and a little bit of Ah, backsliding here in Milwaukee in terms of Howard to him with the pandemic. On the other hand, the good news is that most of these new cases wherein young people, and we're not seeing a spike in hospitalizations or adapt yet and hopefully we can keep it that way. Dr John Raymond, the president and CEO of the Medical College of Wisconsin. And Tim she. Mm. Macy's president. I always wish we had more time, Gentlemen. Thank you so much. Thank you. It is for 39. We're sponsored by Annex Wealth management. Dave's final with the money Talk minute does pre cold. The data matter. It does because it's a reminder of where the country was heading before the pandemic hit, and each time there is news of a potential vaccine. The market reacts like we saw today, according to new data from the Census Bureau. 2019 saw income of U. S households increase. By almost 7% to a record level. While the number of people in poverty declined to a 60 year low we were still in an economic expansion with a low unemployment. Then the Corona virus arrived, lost jobs. Market volatility toss in civil unrest in the presidential election, and the path isn't as clear as it wass at an ex wealth management. We've helped clients navigate markets like these for decades. Get ready for what's next. It's time to work with a fee on Ly Fiduciary. It's easy head to annex wealth dot com and quickly get started button. I'm Dave spotted from an ex wealth management and that's your money. Talk. Alright, Traffic and weather on this beautiful Tuesday afternoon begins with Debbie laws ago. How's that ride? Well, North Island 41 Still gonna bet backed.

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02:47 min | 1 year ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Been 19 years since the life changing attacks on the twin towers in New York City, the attack on the Pentagon and the plane crash in Pennsylvania. This morning, leaders in Milwaukee took time to remember the tragic events at the war memorial downtown Pharaoh specialists Army this ill. Too important a ceremony for us to do virtually Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, one of a handful of speakers at this morning's event, the war memorial downtown, come here to woman, Morial. To this shrine to people who have served our country roughly 1% of Americans who step up you must never forget. When we are faced with the ultimate test that we came together. We rebuilt our country back stronger than before. Can watch a recording of this mourning ceremony now at W. T m j dot com Mike Spaulding WDM Jane use blood donors honored victims of 9 11 with a blood drive at the UW Panther Arena, really remember much except coming home and being on TV. Just the image of the towers with smoke donor. Katie was only six years old at the time of the 9 11 attacks after a couple of failed attempts to donate blood in the past, she had a tendency to faint, She said. She wanted to try again. I just wanted to give it another shot because face people's lives, and it's pretty easy and quick at the U. W M Panzer Arena. Jane that near W. T M J News The blood drive was put on by diversity. Blood center of Wisconsin Milwaukee Public Museum has a location selected for its new home. Rusty Mellberg has the details in the W. T. M J breaking news Center. John will be at the corner of six and McKinley north of Fizer, Forum chief planning officer Katie Sanders tells him J. It was one of around 150 locations that were considered so We're really excited to be part of the same neighborhood. We've been a part of for our entire history. The next step for the museum and the Betty Bring Childrens. Zeon will be to hire an architect to design their next home. If all goes well with fundraising ground could be broken by late 2022 Catholics are expected to return to Mass Sunday after the Milwaukee archdioceses Copan 19 dispensation in Archbishop Drone was taking admits Nothing's changed pandemic wise, but says churches did procedurally parishioners deciding of a return is right themselves. And if you want exempt themselves from going to Mass, because of their situation, including illness, age, underlying medical conditions compromised immunity. North. They're caring for someone else who sick fear of getting ill oven by itself. No excuse person, foremost activity for all people anybody buddy has created. This worship of God lets take you reading that those who deliberately field to attend commit a grave sin Jean Miller. W TMG NEWS Coming up. Wildfires claimed more lives in Northern California. UT M J News time 30 form This report sponsored by R and R. Insurance in the brain reached Paralysis Foundation virtual event. I'm Jean Miller and over the years have had the pleasure to meet the volunteers from the brain, right? Paralysis Foundation. The.

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02:34 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Milwaukee public museum there's always something new to discover what will you find visit M. P. M. dot EDU slash discover your weather together that tends good morning Debbie Lesko eighty gene we get you some money for about a fourteen minute ride between the suit and downtown that's a seven minute back up list both sides at ten from downtown to visit another twelve than from the zoo to highway sixteen that all adds up to an extra five forty one south on sixty minutes a week you to the zoo cellphone forty three zero to the market you are at about forty minute right there so it's an extra two north from ninety four up from the airport from late navigator downtown right about twelve minutes so that's gonna be an extra five the traffic and weather together on the tents and other laws get WTMJ held up you I got contacts WTMJ five day forecast sunny cooler not as humid today seventy four partly cloudy today low of sixty sunny Friday Saturday and Sunday with highs in the seventies Monday showers thunderstorms and a high of eighty two in what the show right now it is sixty six degrees Milwaukee seventy eight W. T. M. J. first three sixty by the by that was sponsored by Wasco windows in weniger compressor if you're looking for something to do tonight I suggest burden for technical gardens are sick in the west in the winter concert series featuring the genie's today than a big blues jam next week it'll go beyond the usual eight thirty shipped on time it's going to go with the nine thirty each and everyone of the show's begins at six thirty Jimmy's are fasting because our lead guy Jimmy is a farmer fifth generation farmer from the Madison area and is just really good at playing music it's this jam band together every year and it's just a blast so if you can't stop on by I'll be your cordial host get the thing going at six thirty tonight no surprise when you look at that latest Forbes magazine list meanwhile of the highest paid actors Wayne Johnson's the highest paid male actor in the world Forbes reports the fast and furious presents Hans insure all star raked in eighty nine point four million dollars in the year ending June first whatever it takes Avengers endgame stars Chris Hemsworth Robert Downey junior take the second and third place spots respectively fellow Avengers Bradley Cooper Chris Evans and Paul Rudd also make the top ten Johnson was number two on last year's list with George Clooney taking the top spot Christopher Watson ABC news Johnson it's seven hundred thousand dollars per episode for HBO's ballers it's one of those things have wanted to dip into and just haven't done it yet it looks good yeah there's a deep pull stuff on HBO lost it I'm gonna find out next month when laid up but in the meantime yeah he does that he's got good too much to the.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Schedule an in home consultation traffic is sponsored by the Milwaukee public museum think you've seen it all at the Milwaukee public museum there's always something new to discover what will you find visit M. P. M. dot EDU slash discover pretend traffic and weather Debbie is off rusty Melberg is here hello rusty hello John and the good news is no lanes of traffic being blocked at this time just to a heavy traffic for your Friday afternoon slow stretches actually forty one forty five between the two in a changing Good Hope road southbound traffic is going to take you about sixteen minutes that's an extra six north bound is a little slower eighteen minutes to travel that stretch but yes the zoo in the downtown core door it has slowed down as well not as bad though twelve minutes to get to westbound that's an extra five minutes eastbound traffic it's gonna take an extra four minutes at eleven expect those times increase says that brewers cubs game gets closer elsewhere forty three north bend downtown to get hope road is gonna take it twelve minutes that is an extra three and ninety four south out of downtown to late now Avenue a bit more attacked the brakes at ten minutes to travel with traffic and weather together on the tense I'm rusty Melberg with WTMJ palette of U. I. dot com time saver traffic T. M. J. five day forecast for tonight a mild one under partly cloudy skies will see those overnight lows get down to about sixty nine degrees Saturday he knew minute is starting.

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WTMJ 620

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Even a larger convention center. Does anyone have an appetite for that the Milwaukee business journal's rich Kirch around that idea up the municipal flake Lewisham heavies around town. He joins us live on WGM Jake, boarding rich morning. So this idea actually had been brought up by some municipal leaders not too long ago. But now you're saying nobody wants this thing the linger anymore. Yeah. That really seems to be the case it was actually people in the business community as well as some other sort of civic leaders metropolitan association, Milwaukee association commerce, misery two years ago. You know, we're we're talking about anything from in. This just the Milwaukee county. The cats will go away in the other four counties. But yeah. Milwaukee county seem to have the greatest needs. So so why not do something there? But yeah, when I when I checked around now with with the you know with that tax sunset insight. I it seems like there's there's just not the the energy or the will there to to try to push that through rich. You have in your article again. And as gene mentioned to the Milwaukee public museum is in desperate need of of new home. The Mitchell park domes are falling apart. Do we do? They have any ideas on how we can start addressing some of these things. The short answer is no the other answer is I, you know, not Milwaukee county government leaders tiny executive Abeille, the Milwaukee county board, of course, are well aware that they need to do something they they just finished a task force. And and, you know, a documented in February saying, you know, they call it a fair deal for no Joaquin county. They're trying to figure this out. They want to get more state aid a back they say the county's paying more into the states and it's getting back by. But there there's no specific plan. They they haven't ruled out some kind of sales tax Milwaukee county itself. Already is maxed out with a half cent sales tax. We're live with the Milwaukee. Business journal's rich Kirch in on WTMJ. We had the mirror on earlier, and he mentioned are strange relationship with Madison from over the years. Maybe now, do you think with a democratic governor and legislature that's half democratic maybe that olives gonna come out of the journey more revenue will come Milwaukee's way? Well, I we're certainly seeing that already with governor Heaver budget proposal, and and then his capital projects proposal that he released yesterday. There's a lot of money in there for projects in Milwaukee at UW on campus. Medical College of Wisconsin. A new state office building security tension facility other state or w system functions. So there's no doubt. The governor's office is is more friendly than Milwaukee, Milwaukee county democratic strongholds, but the legislature still is controlled by the Republicans. So there's going to be a lot of back and forth to say, the least best dating story from the or the Milwaukee business journal's rich Christian on WTMJ about extending perhaps that Miller park. Sales tax short answer, not many people have a taste for that rich. Thank you so much. Thank you. You bet. Eight twenty five at WTMJ. Steve's goofy is off betting for him. Scott worse next on WTMJ's sports,.

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05:20 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"By anyone's measure, a billion dollars is a lot of money. But that's how much gawky leaders are thinking of spending on some major projects the discussion starting in earnest this past week. Joining us live with business dot coms. Dan, Shafer on WTMJ. Good morning. Dear. Thanks for having man. So fair deal for Milwaukee county talks are underway, featuring county board chairman THEO Lipscomb county, executive Chris Ailey who else is doing the talking is part of this. And what exactly are they talking about spending this money on? Well, there's a lot of different stakeholders. I think a lot of a lot of different parts of Milwaukee county that have that have been underfunded or have been talked about being funded at a greater degree are part of this. You're talking about places like the Milwaukee public museum, the mental park domes and kind of new to this conversation would be the expansion or completion as many call. It of the Wisconsin Senate the convention center. There's the courthouse to there's there just seems like there are so many entities that maintenance has been deferred and pushed off and now everybody needs money, and they all need a lot of money. Right. Yeah. Courthouse needs. I think the Wisconsin policy forum estimated between three hundred forty one and three hundred sixty seven million dollars. They've also identified what they deemed a quote seemingly insurmountable deferred maintenance backlog at the at the Marquis county parks. It's a lot of capital projects that need to get funded. And I think if you think back to the years preceding the deal that brought the new arena downtown. There was you know, the the the organize this group called the cultural and capital needs task force. And they examined the many different projects that could get funded. And so the arena got funded and the rest of those projects still need funding. Hey, Dan, it's Doug. I think we all want nice things. But how much of the problem in your opinion is that no one wants to pay for it. Well, I mean, that's certainly part of it. You know, the the way that county government is structured, and this is something that I kinda exec Chris safely. Talk to me, quite a bit about was that, you know, just the way that they shared revenue kinda work in Wisconsin. And the majority of the services the county provide their mandated by the state nesper majority of their budget goes so you know, these these big projects says difficult to to attack. So one of the ideas that there, you know, now talking about is raising sales tax. To meet those needs. With Dan shaver of Dan Shafer, rather with business dot com. Talking about a billion dollars worth of projects that need funding in Milwaukee. Milwaukee county leaders now starting to talk about this you talk about state shared revenue, and that's been a bone of contention back to the days of entry Meyer. When he was still mayor in Milwaukee that the city doesn't get its fair share of what it pays into Madison. I'm guessing with Tony errors now in charge in Madison, at least in terms of being governor. There's some optimism about shaking loose a little bit. Perhaps. I mean, it's still too early to say, and I don't think this will be part of the budget conversations for typing. We're gonna take priority in the you know in the next couple of months here. But I talked to Joe Brennan who is the new secretary of the department of administration and people in Milwaukee may know him as the former now former CEO of discovery world. And he's been a part of a lot of these conversations about funding needs in Milwaukee in Milwaukee county, Wisconsin Senator district board for some time. Job does not need to play catch up on any of the you can hit the ground running and a lot of these conversations. So I think, you know, people should in the walkie who have some stake in this and want to. TV's projects taken care of. Can at least know they have a Milwaukee voice. Very well, I on topics in that in the cabinet. Dan, Shafer of whiz business dot com. Joining us live on WTMJ, Dan. Thank you so much. Thank you bet. Seven twenty five at WTMJ's ten now for news about your money sponsored by jeans imaging systems, your local document imaging partner. Yours the namesake Tony Drake with the WGN. Jay, Drake and associates market update. The Dow Jones industrial average gained more than one hundred points on Wednesday as Goldman Sach's posted its best day in ten years. It posted blow out quarterly earnings sending the stock up nine point five percent. Its biggest one day gain since two thousand and nine Bank of America. Also rose over seven percent after reporting a record quarterly profit. Through report follows the re release a fourth quarter results from CitiGroup. 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WTMJ 620

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"milwaukee public museum" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Four. WTMJ gonna wrap up our Friday form with the question. This is also one of my favorite parts of the week. So this is where I see what's on your mind. I'm not asking the questions here. Only asked the question that you can go anywhere you want with this saga Bill. I I will throw you a very what do you know that I will throw you very big curveball Nordstrom who just passed away. He was the president of Nordstrom there's an actual Nordstrom family. And the reason I mentioned him is. He was very nice to my family. My father who recently passed away used to go to nordstrom's down in Florida, and he would wander the mall, and then sit and hold court, and they were very nice to him. And I wrote Blake Nordstrom a note about this. And, you know, thanking them over Nordstrom in this this mall down in Florida. He wrote me back, and then I wrote him again when my father recently passed away, and he wrote back and fact me for you know, for for telling him about this. So what? What did what illustrates is that customer service is what Nordstrom and what you know places like that are about and he in a one on one Email sort of demonstrated that so hats off to Blake Nord smokes, a very sudden death of very sad for the family. I believe he was fifty eight or fifty nine was sudden illness, but again, not to be down. But that's that's what's on my mind. Let your light level and people take the time to kind of answer something like that. They don't have to. But they do my gosh. Really? Absolutely. And and it's something to remember as you go through your life. If you just take a moment, a spare moment, it can mean a lot to somebody else. I know you're trying to remain positive this year man that was my resolution that would be what I would say is just to try to make that spare moment layer Williams. What you got what do you know that we don't know one? I just wanna that's I mean that was the elder Bush. I mean, this would you just described? That's that's what all of these conversations about him seemed to reveal. One of the things that I keep reflecting. I always try to figure out how I how I can participate and provide some measure of leadership one I know that the Milwaukee public museum is one of the truly great cultural institutions and educational institutions in the state of Wisconsin. And that we are going to be doing some remarkable things with that museum. But of of the things that I reflected on us. We ended the year, you know, I'm forty eight years old. So I was in my thirties. A while back now when I look back on all the folks I knew then who are still my dear friends, many of them. And then compare them to the folks that I've become very close to through a variety of involvements that I have in the current generation of thirtysomethings and even late twenties. I have never felt like there was a group of young folks so organized and motivated around creating positive change and actually making today what they want it to be as I am right now. And I don't know that a lot of your listeners necessarily are millennials are aren't, but I can tell you that as someone who kind of lives in breathes it every day. I feel really good about the types of folks that are choosing to get involved in what they're doing to get involved in making Milwaukee and Wisconsin a better place. So I know that you know, that the session about the leno's I've been accused of being too hard to millennials. I have fun with it sometimes. But I understand it's every generation's different. They have different goals and ideals and. Their upbringing has been different at changed by their parents behavior, but they are an optimistic group in some sense. And I think they understand that technology is going to be part of their lives. And there's some interesting things that they can change in our world changes needed. Oh, absolutely. Not a political statement. That's a reality. Whether you're talking about extreme segregation. Or just how we deal with each other. We have so many tools to do things on the technology side, yet were horrific communicators. We can't ever conversation. One of the reasons we have this Friday forum is that three people can get in a room and have a conversation about the week's events. And some things we didn't know just some of the challenges that we face, and I think that's the positive that. I take away from Molyneux's and some of the other young folks there get there. It's just a struggle to kind of figure that out there facing challenges I didn't face when I went to college I pay for my own college month to month year to year. They can't do that. They just cannot do that they have much different challenges to face. Maybe that understanding of the differences is kind of how we get to the future respect for each other. How about that? That's all I can say is the father of three millennial. I'm extremely optimistic about about the generation. Coming up and the need for others to get off the stage. So to speak to make way make ways is probably my mantra. And while the same time I say that we have Nancy Pelosi being elected speaker of the house at one eighty four shots. You know, she's not that old. She's pretty she's late seventy seven. The older generations we need to look to the young people. And maybe perhaps that's changing a little bit in Washington DC. I said at the beginning, my of my favorite guests in the Friday forum Bill clobber, Blair LIAM's, happy new year, happy happy new year only positive stuff where you had after the break. Eric Bill stats also weekly feature. Eric Bill says week in review right here in WTMJ.

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