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"university wisconsin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"We the jury find the defendant, Kyle H rittenhouse, not guilty. As to the 5th count of the information gauge grows cores. We the jury find the defendant Kyle Edward Kyle H rent house not guilty. Members of the jury are these your unanimous verdicts? They are unanimous verdicts. Yeah, that makes me want to cry, bro I mean, I'm getting emotional because being directly involved with this, you one thing I will say is when I was test when I was testifying I don't want to make this about me, but I want people to understand the evil that's involved with this. When I was testifying Charlie on the stand and the prosecution, I don't know if the tape caught this, but when the prosecutors, every time I would say rioter vandal, Luther, anytime I would say the truth, they would just laugh at me and shake their head. And during the middle of that while I was testifying, it just dawned on me like this is this is evil. This is evil because I know what the truth is and these people are laughing at me like I'm lying. When in reality, it's them laughing at the truth. It's inverted. It's backwards. And people need to understand this is the reality of the evil that's in the justice system. And today it's Kyle rittenhouse, but tomorrow it could be you. And that's right. And what Kyle represented was a test of the integrity of our system. Which is our system still one that allows due process, the rule of law, cross examination of witnesses, checks and balances, and some people say no. Some people's our courts are all rigged. They're still a remnant. And that remnant, he happened to get a good judgment. He could have got a university Wisconsin Madison, young radical, right? I mean, absolutely. The judge was

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Charlie and Trial Witness Drew Hernandez React to Rittenhouse Verdict

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:43 min | 1 year ago

Charlie and Trial Witness Drew Hernandez React to Rittenhouse Verdict

"We the jury find the defendant, Kyle H rittenhouse, not guilty. As to the 5th count of the information gauge grows cores. We the jury find the defendant Kyle Edward Kyle H rent house not guilty. Members of the jury are these your unanimous verdicts? They are unanimous verdicts. Yeah, that makes me want to cry, bro I mean, I'm getting emotional because being directly involved with this, you one thing I will say is when I was test when I was testifying I don't want to make this about me, but I want people to understand the evil that's involved with this. When I was testifying Charlie on the stand and the prosecution, I don't know if the tape caught this, but when the prosecutors, every time I would say rioter vandal, Luther, anytime I would say the truth, they would just laugh at me and shake their head. And during the middle of that while I was testifying, it just dawned on me like this is this is evil. This is evil because I know what the truth is and these people are laughing at me like I'm lying. When in reality, it's them laughing at the truth. It's inverted. It's backwards. And people need to understand this is the reality of the evil that's in the justice system. And today it's Kyle rittenhouse, but tomorrow it could be you. And that's right. And what Kyle represented was a test of the integrity of our system. Which is our system still one that allows due process, the rule of law, cross examination of witnesses, checks and balances, and some people say no. Some people's our courts are all rigged. They're still a remnant. And that remnant, he happened to get a good judgment. He could have got a university Wisconsin Madison, young radical, right? I mean, absolutely. The judge was

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast

"Well that's nice so How about your mom did she was she as passionate or see to really wasn't and I know we'll talk more about you. Know why bruce's music spoke to me. And i'll speak little bit more about her than this really. This was really my dad's domain and and my relationship with him yup. Did you go through a rebellious phrase. Say's when you start getting into high school and did you kind of rebel against your dad's music or did you just always. You may have added other bands into your quiver but you always respected what. He loved what he had Now i unfortunately. I wish i had been a little more rebellious. I might have had much better time than i did like. I said i was been nerd. Lawyer not surprising. I always really love listening to the classic rock stations. But you know. I'm at early. Mtv generation top forty in the eighties. I did listen to all that. That top forty stuff but still always came back to that. I think too that classic classic rock in still seeing some of those bands through the years even as i got older Definitely in my dad. And i remember. We went to stones concert steel wheels. I think it was Huey lewis in the news. Bob seger we still even into my teen. Years went to all those shows. You know chicago obviously got a lot of those acts coming through so yeah we definitely still kept up on the same page. Yeah where'd you go to school. Where did you go to undergrad. In law school I went to northwestern university outside chicago. i actually got a master's degree in history at the university of oregon. And then i went back to university wisconsin-madison for law degree and Had always wanted to come back to the northwest and so ended up back here soon as i graduated law school the car right outside seattle. So i was. I was lucky to land. Yeah i that's great. I i have I've never visited that part of the country though my brother-in-law in sister-in-law talk about how beautiful it is they they are always talking about. This is where we need to go for family vacation. It is incredibly beautiful. I will say. And i was talking about this with my friends Suzanne who. I was with on just in new york last week. Before for the broadway show. It does make it a little harder to see a lot of shows. Yes i mean being out here for the last twenty years You really have to work at it if you want to catch multiple shows in a tour Challenge yeah You know we're gonna get to that in a minute but it is.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Their board. That i've written that. I i even have an essay on a column on that. What is my equation. Boredom plus secularism. Plus affluence equals leftism. That's my that's my question. Too much time on their hands because the countries to them affluent for people to know what to do if they're not committed to america and for that matter to their religion so the university wisconsin where people pay good money to have their kids be taught by full this week a group including alumni faith leaders actors. faith leaders cracks. Me up nobody. No no leftist bothers me as much as a pseudo religious leftist. It's like people used the bible to defend slavery. People leaves the bible to defend leftism. That that's what it is and the n. w. c. p. wrote to university of wisconsin officials asking them to repeal the tarring. And oh wait a minute. Oh my fault. They didn't write to them to do bad they wrote to them to do. Good right to repeal the taurean feathering of the alumnus. The renowned actor fredric march. Okay my apologize. Caught that fast. I'll do it again this week. A group including alumni faith leaders actors in the ended up release. Ep i have to admit i fell into a trap. When i saw letter of alumni faith leaders actors the end of lease ep. I did not expected to defend what is right. I admitted bid asking them to repeal the tarring and feathering of an alumnus of the school. The renowned actor fredric march the letter which was also sent to the wisconsin governor tony ever evers and shared with be decried the decisions to strip marches name from theaters on the madison and oshkosh campuses which the writers blamed on social media rumor and grievously fact free mistaken conclusions about fredric march march has been done a resounding wrong. I have animus against the university of wisconsin. I do but i'm reading the column but what we are seeing in these two sat episodes the removal of the rock and the defenestration means throwing out the window of march is how anti-racist reckoning can if done.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"And be back tomorrow. Scott Waris, sitting in Good arguments being made on both sides. I mean, there really are, um and I've been thinking about. Well, when can I approach this topic, and I I do it here this morning with you and I still don't type. I don't know. I go back and forth. Let's go to Appleton it, Scott. Hello, Scott. Hey. Good morning, Scott. How are you doing? I'm all right. Um, is a tough one. Are you leaning in one direction or you staunchly and one side or the other of this kind of moral debate? Well, when I talked at all with your screener, I actually fell on one sword versus the other. Okay, it is. It is a tough It is a tough situation, because if we look at it from a humanitarian standpoint, which you're going to want to save every puppy, obviously, um You're definitely going to want to take care of the worldwide epidemic and get those get those shots out. But if you look at it from a standpoint of, you know, you know where we're going to operate the United States as a business, then we're going to want to take care of our own. So that we we grow prosper and become profitable. So it's pretty tough, but be honest, um I think if I were to go one side or the other and and and I probably would have to go To the humanitarian standpoint, because that's honestly what's probably best for the situation globally versus more selfishly. Considered, um in the United States, United States, So I guess that's the way I would go because honestly, that's probably what Jesus would want. And if you think about it, Scott, Um there is something to be said as I read the text a couple of minutes ago about look as this virus evolves, and the next variant comes across They are. They are Spreading through pockets of population. They are being created in pockets of population that have no access to vaccinations yet and have not been vaccinated yet. Rather than those who have been vaccinated, and they're not at the booster stage yet. I mean, it's coming from those portions of the world that have yet to, you know, received the benefit of any Of any vaccination, and that I think is an important point to have been made. Thanks for the call Scott. I appreciate it. 85561616 20 accurate mortgage talking text line. He used the word. The humanitarian Um, motivation. The humanitarian In all of us as an individual as a nation. I hadn't used that word, but it's a good one. Caleb calling for Mac Juan. Morning, Caleb. Hey, thank you very much for having me on what Say you? Well, I'm uh Concordia University, Wisconsin and I've been working in emerging pathogens. The last three years actually discovered an unknown potato pathogen. That's also a little bit of background in microbiology. I helped build the Covid 19 tests. PCR test, uh, a little bit of verse and the science behind it. But as far as booster shots and stuff, it does not make sense to keep throwing booster shots that ourselves. When places in the third world don't have access to that first shot. I mean, where did the Delta variant come from? It came from some small province in India that doesn't have access to clean water, reliable electricity. We're going to continue to get bad variance coming out of those places all day. Long Last we get our people in there. Let's get our vaccines and that helps suppress the virus through some of those areas, So it's going to help us at the end of the day, the pressing used variants. Realities. Areas that have no access. Right. Water, electricity That's going to help us long term that's going to stop things from a new variant coming forward. Let me ask you this, Caleb, um as somebody who, you know, studies this at least to a certain degree at the collegiate level right now. Um, what are you watching right now? As this story continues to unfold, and maybe you know many people's attention goes elsewhere because it's it's just the covid fatigue in some respect. From your through your scientific eyes. What are things that you watch? And maybe you'd recommend we continue to monitor on the world stage? Well, obviously attention to the political motivations behind things. I have a lot of faith. And science and scientists. I mean, when the White House came out and said, Oh, let's do booster shops for eight months after vaccination, and they changed six months. Five months. Most scientists and healthcare professionals came out against that idea because we don't have data on if it's going to be even high advocacy for giving a booster shot. So White House has the political motivations. Give another shot. Then what's after that? Is it going to be another shot after that? We don't know. And right now it's best to get the people that are completely unvaccinated, vaccinated first as far as long term stuff. You got to read for yourself then. I mean, the media is out of control and coded in my opinion, Yes. Places like CNN, MSNBC that push if you're monitoring all day long. I don't want to get right. No, I've said that. Thanks for the call Kale, but I don't want to. I was trying to look I was I was. I was hoping to get a little bit more of the scientific through the eyes of Kayla more so than the media narrative look. I'll repeat it. I've I've said this since March, 11th of 2020 listen to the scientists. Okay, listen to the people wearing the bow ties follow their direction. Now I realize that sometimes they have conflicted one another. And then that leaves us as the public in a bit of a quandary, But Over time. I think we are most benefited by following the science and listening to the scientists. It really is A It's a debate. That's not an easy one. Certainly. Do we take our booster shot? Do we give to the rest of the world? Um, we'll see. And and he is right. The debate over boosters is still in the idea of booster shot is still very new to us here in America. And so the science is not As much as all science can agree on something ever. Um, there there is still a divide there as it comes to the booster shot. How Necessary, Is it? What's the efficacy of it? If if you do have to have it, or if you should have it a lot of that the jury is still out. The jury is not out on the importance and the efficacy of the vaccine period. And so if you are a nation that has not gotten the vaccine if you are a people that has Have not had the opportunity to have a needle put in your arm. I think that's where we have to lean. I'm bleeding. I started this topic by saying, I don't know where I fall in this, but I am leaning. I guess I would say at least in that direction. And there is the humanitarian side of things. There is just the the Looking out Look. I said it. We over me. That was my mantra for 2020. We over me at some point, and that was Primarily pre vaccine, to be honest with you because at some point I wore a mask to protect you. You wore a mask to protect me and they're going to debate masks again. But if we if I am going to follow the we over me mantra, then we need to get the planet vaccinated as quickly as possible. And as several of you now brought up The idea of Tamping down covid and and tamping down the possibility of different strains in different variants from mutating and continuing to rear their ugly head. Every so often every few months. Well, the odds of that happening are less. The more you have vaccinated against Covid 19, But it is a debate. It is a It is a moral debate, and it'll only rage and it will continue to for the foreseeable future. Stick around more than Steve Smith, ET shout Next on WTMJ. Dinner was delicious. What's next? Uh, I'm thinking just the check. 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"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gusts up to about 20 Miles an hour. Clear skies tonight 57 Year low at the lake 52 out west 58 degrees 5 30. The cases this year, now, surpassing the total number for all of last year. President Biden will this week talk about the virus, the White House says. Tomorrow, President Biden will unveil a new six pronged strategy to fight the delta variant of the coronavirus and to boost vaccinations. He's expected to urge more companies to impose vaccine mandates. BBC's Elizabeth Scholesy 75% of all U. S adults have now received at least one shot. The virus continues affecting Children, though we had a record new covid cases in Children over a quarter of a million new cases just last week, Stanford emergency medicines Doctor Lolly Garabedian, a new ABC News Washington Post poll shows 49% of Americans think the U. S is safer now from a terror attack than it was before 9 11 a decade ago, the number was 64% the Taliban is named the members of its caretaker government. The State Department says it is concerned by the track records of some of the individuals. There are no women in the Cabinet at all. Sherry Preston ABC News, citing unlimited WTMJ news time 5 31 from the WTMJ breaking news center health officials keeping an eye on a new strain of coronavirus. It's making its way across the country and the world. It's the new variant of the virus. Medical College of Wisconsin President and CEO Dr John Raymond tells Wisconsin's afternoon news. You have a constellation of different mutations that might make it more contagious, like Delta, or maybe even more contagious than Delta and the Muse strain has been detected in 49 states. Very, very low numbers, and it's more prevalent in other countries like Colombia, and it's been detected in 40 countries. Melissa Barkley WTMJ News walkie public schools, weighing options over whether to mandate covid 19 vaccines for Staffers. TMJ four is Ryan Jenkins with more and at the same time they are toying around with the idea of offering incentives include cash as well as paid time off some MPs merchandise gift cards, Raffles and PS is estimating that if they would offer $100 per person, the district would end up paying more than $4 million if all of those who are eligible end up being vaccinated school board expected to take up the issue at its meeting tomorrow night, State Senator Steve Nass asking the Legislature's Republican Leaders to sue the university Wisconsin system after officials from that system refused to submit Covid 19 protocols to his committee for approval. Senator sending a letter Tuesday to Assembly speaker Robin Boss and Senate Majority Leader Devin Lemon Hue demanding they filed a lawsuit forcing university leaders to submit their policies to his panel. As of now, no official suit has been filed. There are some new guidelines for kids as we approach flu season, The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends all Children six months and older get vaccinated for flu this fall. In previous years about 80% of Children who died from the flu had not received the vaccine. The A P says the flu vaccine is especially important during the Covid pandemic. Wendy Gillette, CBS News New York Coming up the man behind Crimen and company gets his due, Citing unlimited wtmj news time. 5 33. Well, I have enough money. Am I going to be OK as a certified financial planner? These are the most common questions.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"What the heck is going on here, Steve Yeah, that is probably the case today. Their leadership will have a letter from me today requesting that the committee. The Joint Committee and administrative Rules would like to proceed to court and it takes leadership to do that. To give the okay so we need to go to court. Um And the reason is it's about the rule of law. The joint committee administrative rules that the public knows is like the firewall. Administrative rules have the force of law and if we just step back and ignore what agencies are doing They will run roughshod over are and what's happening right now. Is there running roughshod the UW system over student And visitors. The students in particular that the hammer came down and they have to wear masks. They, uh, if they haven't been vaccinated, they have to get tested once a week, And the point is, it's not for me whether You are vaccinated or not, Uh, the mask point. It's about the rule a lot. The the UW system needs an emergency rule, and they need to come to the committee. The joint committee administrative rules. To have that we will reviewed you can't just go willy nilly and do whatever you want, even though the bureaucrats would like to do that. We are the guardians of The public liberty basically, And can you imagine what would happen if we just stood down? The committee stood down unless the agency's do whatever they want no revenue. We don't want you to do that. Because the rule making process the way we are protected from bureaucratic overreach. Is you and that particular committee That is one of the most important committees because it rains in the Wisconsin version of the Deep state and so to say that, Okay, well, if you're the University of Wisconsin because Tommy Thompson said, so because he's running the university Wisconsin system now We're not going to fight back on behalf of parents, students or anybody else who has to has to have access to those university Wisconsin system facilities. That's ridiculous. It's your job. To do this. And so if the UW is defying the Legislature, given that you are us go get them. Make them make them comply. Yes, And here's the contrast and I will. I should add that the whether it's a Republican or Democrat. The committee has acted in both ways was when Walker was governor. We did blocker rule on him to it. It's about the rule lot. Whether you're Republican or Democrat does not matter. It's about the rule of law. And so here we sit with if we back up to 2020 When Palm and Tony they were shutting down the economy, they were limiting restrictions telling churches even what What they had to do. And what does the Legislature do? Then we stepped in and some other groups and said You can't do that. And we went to court. The Legislature went to court. We got the state opened up. And we move forward. Thank God No, that's under Tony, a Democrat and under palm, the secretary of health, a Democrat. Now here we sit with Tommy. And I think unfortunately, my colleagues are getting squishy because it's Tommy Thompson, a Republican, and I did help our leadership. If we don't go to court, this just screams partisan politics. And that's thanks, Rachel Rule of law. We can't step aside just because somebody is a Republican. Well, here's the other thing if they if they are forced to present their case. To do these kinds of restrictions on campus. They're going to have to explain their Super spreader event of this past Saturday, you know that they will have to account for why it's totally fine. To go sit, blasted in the stands of camp Randall shoulder to shoulder with, you know, I mean, honestly, there are people who are so drunk in in the stands of Camp Randall, that they're you know, they're practically drooling on themselves. Never never mind the guy next to him. We're gonna have to explain why that's totally safe, but it's not totally safe for somebody to walk around. You know campus when it's you know, not even nearly as dense. Without a mask on or having to provide either a negative. Covid tester vaccine some kind of proof of vaccination. Yes. Well, basically they're hypocrites. And and the reason they allowed all those students go to camp Randall and I'm okay with that. The students are adults. They can decide for themselves what to do outside. We don't need Big brother telling him what to do. The reason they did. What they did is because of money. A lot of money comes in when you go to the football game, and if you start telling people you've got to wear a mask, lose a lot of money. No. The The interesting thing is, if you want to go and get a beer and brats, uh, that's fine. You don't need a man. But if you want to go to the bathroom or that's indoors, you gotta put slapped that mass back on. It's just crazy. What's going on in 90%? Tommy said himself. 90% of the students at U W Madison are vaccinated. Well, then why in the hell are you going to test students? I When you get at 90% vaccination rates at UW Madison and what? Why? Why continue with the masking all of that, Because you have reached herd immunity. If it's true, here's two things If it's true 90% of students are vaccinated, and if it's true that the vaccine works, then there's no reason to do any of this. That's right. Exactly it. It's all about control. It's all about control, and it's all over or it's about vaccine failure and they know it. Um, so we've also got other system campuses. That are also using covid. They're using the vaccination to try to manipulate students Tell me about what's going on at UW Whitewater. Yeah, you did the Whitewater. I had a number of students and some parents contact my office that there, uh, sons and daughters in the classroom. The college professors were telling asking them Some of the professors were asking. Have you been vaccinated to the students? You can't do that. You cannot do that. Now it gets worse. Then Some of the professors were telling students that if you get vaccinated, you will get extra credit. That is crazy that these are the kind of some of the professors the kind of nuts we have teaching students today. When you want to get your money's worth, and you've got these people in front of a classroom teaching you had other use. Um the PW systems say that it was it was willing to offer up special scholarship consideration. For students who had only students who had been vaccinated. So this isn't a new thing. Um, you know extra credit. Tony Evers is offering $100 gift cards..

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"No one I I've been on the telephone or on the road. Uh, an awful lot. Between California, Idaho, Uh, New Orleans. This guy? Thank you to the city, and then you shouldn't have to either. Thanks. Don't know. But, Jim, I do appreciate. Please cut that stuff at all at all times. We need to hear this loser. But yet, no, you're not. This is just again. The Woakes calls. They just can't enjoy themselves again. Jim cure of Texas A and M again, maybe jumping Joe. Enjoy your life. Go to Texas A and M for the midnight yell and do this and play that again, Fresco. Joe. Joe. Joe, take you in the family. Go Enjoy yourself. Stop wearing gym one more time. Play a little bit of the crowd at the Wisconsin Badgers. I'm sorry, folks. I just I can't hear this enough here. This is the Wisconsin football team University. Wisconsin badgers out there at the game, Dirt and fourth quarter they play jump around, and everybody, including the sideline reporter just loses. It starts jumping around. Joe Biden start jumping around like they do. Check this out. It's been six hardener. And 51 days. Absolutely. Mm Mm mm mm mm. Bouncing kid is bouncing by Jim Come back to me. Pack it up. Pack it in. Let me begin. I came to win battle be that's a said, Uh oh, yeah. Oh, hell, I could say the rest, but I don't know if it works on the radio so much. I know that I believe me. I know every Lyrica that's uh yeah. Go to a game. Jump around a little bit your but stop telling everyone they climb in bad Everybody's gonna burn to death. Everybody's Day, 12 years. Listen, you AOC You ever see that movie Greenland? Did Gerard Butler story? Like an asteroid hits the Earth, Whatever. And they go to live in the mountains in Greenland. There's some kind of facility. Why don't you all go there left this. I got an idea. We'll buy tickets. Everybody get on a plane. Go to Greenland to this place. I don't know if it exists or not, but better off that you're in Greenland will shut the airport down afterwards. So you can't get out. Go to Greenland. Find this facility. Go live in the cave. If you have everybody Covid checked like 25 times before you get in. You can do that. That, uh, that backdoor tests they do in China at the airport, the anal swab or something at the airport. Do that to check both ends but Before you going to gyms like I'm not gonna have a job. No, no. How are you? Don't worry. We're okay. Do both ends check both ends multiple times. Go into the cave and sit there for the next 20 years. You don't have to worry about climate show insurance climate control there. You don't have to worry about Covid Do your day will do. I will jump around. Well, they will do the midnight yell at Texas A and him We'll do the enter Sandman at Virginia Tech and you know what? We live our lives, and some of us may die in the process. And I would suck. But at least we can say We enjoyed it while it was here, and we didn't spend every second of our lives just waiting to die. Like you are in your cave in Greenland. With a O. C. Playing Simon and Garfunkel songs and roasting sports. You could do that. Can't sing any house of pain songs, too. They weren't politically correct. You can't have that We can have any rap music at all. For that matter. You can throw that all out. Can't do any of that stuff. I love to tell jokes, because comedy is offensive. Don't teach history either. Because those were bad men back there. They were really horrible or terrible people. Yeah, but they brought us the American revolution in the greatest freest country. Yeah, you know, but they had some little pick Canellos here and there some of them on slaves. Yeah, that's pretty terrible. Yeah. Country's gotta scarred history, so every other country on planet Earth. And we fought that in a civil rights movement, the civil war and we wound up here where we are now. It's still the greatest freest country on Earth. Despite liberals efforts to make it otherwise. I'd like to enjoy that. I want to welcome life back in life wants to welcome us back. You okay with that? How about you guys? Take yourself you take your social media platforms, Twitter, Facebook and screw tube. You go live in Greenland in your tunnel, your tweet to each other all day. World's going to burn in a few years and then you respond back. No, no, it's going to burn into the response. Making a burning one movie dead tomorrow. You all can do that Covid like a two mu variant to Delta variant. He had to Siler Absalon five area. The GAM er, that the whole camera a variant, It's the green variant, the blue variant, the A B c. D, where you guys live in fear your whole lines, do you? I'm telling you if I had if I die next month from Covid, my kids would probably be sad, but that's all right. You know, that's okay. I'm gonna go out there and I'm gonna live my life. I'm not going to act like I'm dying admitted by minute day by day when you have an existential crisis like that, you kind of learn to look at the world that same way. One of these days, your number will be up. Be responsible. Be smart about it. Don't do the dumb stuff. Don't do drugs don't drink and drive. Don't do the idiot stuff. And go out and enjoy your life. I love you. You t guys too. Go out to Texas A and M and.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Fellow sports fans and sandy West and I'm here to take you on a journey back to this week in sports history start off back in 1920 to 1 of the wildest games ever played. The Cubs beat the Phillies 26 23. The Cubs lead 25 to 6 and we're able to just hold on as the game ended with the Phillies, leaving the bases loaded this week in 1939, the first major league baseball game was televised A station W XPS brought their cameras to Brooklyn's Ebbets Field for a doubleheader between the Cincinnati Reds and the Dodgers this week in 1965. Willie Mae sets the National League record for home runs in a month with his 17th of August. The current record belongs to Sammy Sosa with 20 this week in 1977 Lou Brock of ST Louis, stole based number 8 93, breaking Ty Cobb's modern record for career stolen bases. Cardinals lost to San Diego 43 this week in 1985 marry Joe Fernandez. News, weather traffic and then no nonsense perspective of an honest man. It's J Weber Weekday Morning 69 Stay informed all day every day on news talk 11 30 W I s m and W or NW HD to Milwaukee and I heart radio station. Good afternoon. I'm Terry Bell University. Wisconsin System. President Tommy Thompson says state schools will not give lawmakers the final word on new Covid 19 restrictions. Thompson says. If lawmakers sue the system will fight Wisconsin Republican Congressman Mike Gallagher says President Biden has bungled the Afghanistan exit. Here's where we are 20 years after 9 11 Begging the Taliban for mercy. The Taliban are mocking us. Al Qaeda is effectively acting now as T S a for our withdrawal. Gallagher on Fox News Channel, Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died at the age of 80. Watts is considered one of the greatest drummers of his generation. Checking the sizzle. Health Sports scoreboard The Brewers hosting Sin ATI tonight. From the Orthopedic Associates of Wisconsin News Center. I'm Terry Bet. When you hear that hunger calling your name, then you need to get something. Gotta find yourself a sweater. Open it up whether cooking something good. Listen, need some fuel for my machine Ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something before I motherfucker people, then hop on their old horse of yours and head on down. The Roy's, Yeah. Roy Rogers restaurants and baked you to try their new dynamic burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno poppers totally ranks us project cheese and bacon. And they say how they and they welcome you to say so Come on down to Roy's and have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah, the dynamite burger at Roy Rogers restaurants. It's one Dynamite, Burger Doordash and Uber Eats are available at participating restaurants today. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some food. Gotta find yourself a box sweater. Open it up. Whether cooking something good Listen. Some fuel for my machine ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something before I follow the people Then hop on that old horse of yours and head on down the Roy's Yeah. Roy Rogers restaurants invite you to try their new dynamite burger. It's a juicy burger topped with the jalapeno peppers. Chipotle ranks US Project cheese. And bacon and realize they say, how Here they welcome you to say so Come on down to boys in have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah..

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"I'm like no maybe eighty let it go but right now right now. I like coloring it so as soon as you were old enough. You got your introduction to formal training at your local small. Cosmetic store will no not formal training. I got it was almost like a job interview at the local. Makeup store was a friend of my mother's i didn't actually work there because my experience at the store was i went in and she said i'm gonna teach you everything i know. I'm gonna show you how to do makeup. And she started with taking everything off and she said well. Your skin is really yellow. So let me make it pink and by the way your noses too big. So i'm gonna show you how to contoured and your lips are too small. Let me show you how you can make them. Bigger and your eyes are very bedier small. Let me make those bigger. And by the time i was done she made me feel like i was the ugliest person and i looked in the mirror and i just said oh my god. I looked terrible. I went home. Didn't cry. I washed my face. And i said i look much better and i never wanted to work there but i did see this woman. Her name was elaine about twenty years ago and she said i am responsible for your success and i said yes you are part of it. That is true but not for the reason you suck at that point in your life. Would you think you wanted to do professionally. I didn't know i mean i was. I was still in high school. So i was more concerned with hanging with my friends and even when it was time to go to college i didn't go look at colleges. I followed a boyfriend. University wisconsin at oshkosh. I graduated high school early. Not because i had great grades but because i just did my homework to be done so i could do something else so i went there for six months and then i went to university of arizona. I was there for a year. And i came home and said mom i school is so boring..

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You know, I'm from Ohio State We reach you guys have ever Bragging rights are very important and it's realistic. And so when we're when I was out east of the General Foods, and we had those kind of games where you might beat in Ohio's theater in Michigan. I've said some teams. That was a great feeling, and I think that's realistic. It's not somebody didn't well, it doesn't mean the thing it does. And that's what But even today when I When I finished as athletic director, and I went to the first game, I just walked around and tailgate parties and see people and things like this. And the number of people who came up and said Thank you. That's what it meant to them, and it really means a lot because that's really what it's all about. And so somebody say thank you, then. You know, it's like because you were in the same position that they were. And now they feel that they've got the tradition and success and that they are very proud about that, and so is tangible and I think that that's Wisconsin cyst right now because the program has continued to be successful and the resources of television Packages and things like this. The opportunities come by, and and you want to make sure that you're irrelevant. And as we said before, provide that added value, because that's where it's at, because again, they don't need you to survive. And so you don't want to. When we first took over, we had We had a student fee and things like that. You know, you don't have those kinds of things today. Well, you talk about tangible. How about renovated Camp Randall Stadium, a coal center. You know the upgrade to the world class facilities. That you didn't inherit right? Those those were those were, uh, you know, tangible, you know results of of your 14 years while you were there, So it wasn't just you know the program in a better place, But the experience or, you know so many athletes in so many different sports, and so many fans experiencing those sports And I think they do encourage, Cole said it best when he, uh it was kind of ironic because I we were announcing a new basketball coach Dick Bennett, and I didn't want to have it on the day that it probably should have happened, which would have been called on April Fool's Day. The I said, We're not going to announce the football basketball questions. April Fool's. Let's move it up a couple days and we do it. Okay, great. After we announced Dick and had the press conference and then went back to my office got a call from Sandy Wilcox at the foundation, he said. Say Ace on Saturday. We're going to announce $25 Million gift from Senator Herb Kohl. Guess what did is April Fool's Day, So I said we didn't know it's dick better. But we're not the $25 million gift, which most people didn't believe he believe realize the importance of that. And and when he was asked by what why did he do? He could have used it for many, many other things. Because they wanted to, and he felt that strongly about the university. That's where he wanted to invest, and we had a great time. We're looking around the countries with him and the kind of facility and it still to this day. Even though it's over 2020 years old. That it's a great facility. It's and those are the kinds of things that elevated Wisconsin's reputation. Yeah, Chatting with Pat Richter is number. 88 retired at Camp Randall Stadium that he helped renovate during his 14 years as director of athletics. So you're the longest tenured director of athletics at the time. When you step down and Barry took over. Um, what do you think? I mean, you've seen Barry run a football team. What do you think was going to be his ability to run that program? Well, I thought he would run. The program was in pretty good shape. A lot of things that cleared the decks. I mean, we obviously had to deal with cutting of sports to get herself financially viable, and we had a title dying situation that occurred and so Those things have been kind of put to bed. And so the program was was in place and they had good coaches and to find the biggest, they all said to him, I said The best thing you can do for yourself as an athletic director when he first took over his B a damn good football coach because that's really what it is in football is successful, and everything else kind of comes along with it. Then, of course, probably the biggest thing in the big 10 was, Of course, the television revenues I mean, To think that they get like $50 million A year is just incredible. And it's based on the strength of the conference, obviously, and but I remember when we first started out when I'm with very I mean, we had to try to find a million dollars every year in the budget money, New money. Just the same system basically called cause for our role of costs and to remain the same not to do a lot of interesting new things because that's the way the budget works. It's just the role of costs are Things that just improve your process Only if you can add more moneys in philanthropy and development and good support, And and those things happen with the success of the program. So, Pat before we let you go, and you think About Barry Alvarez. And you know his legacy. Uh, you know, coaching, and then in that director of athletics roll What's the thing that stands out to you about? Uh, you know about this now, you know, 30 year plus era, uh, from the day from the day you hired him to, uh, the today he's stepping down this week. I'll tell you what it's uh you kind of puts it in perspective of 30 years. Maybe does that a long time to you, young guys, But I'll tell you what it went pretty dog gone fast at this think that that's happened and where that period of time. And I think like anything else, that we are grateful for the the things that he did, and, uh, and the success that he had because that gave us an opportunity to bring back a world class university to the world class. University with a solid athletic program and and the people are there that after we left carried on that that tradition, and I think it may be even stronger and In a daylight day like today, which is very complicated. It's not easy and you have to be relevant magazine Martin Post birth thing is that Looking back on it and things that we said we provided added value, and that's what he did. And and I think that when we had a strategic planning, we wanted to hope to get to a ball game and do the final four and things like that. We With that in writing that in the year 2000 What would you look back and see would like to have accomplished And now they've been able to build on and be very much more successful as well and have good people in place and be a good program that everybody around the country would love. That's very important because you know that gives you recruiting base and people support and they know that the solid run by solid people who have been able to be successful and to build on the traditions that have been University, Wisconsin's history. Today's replay of Barry Week from ESPN. Wisconsin, is sponsored by the Wisconsin alumni Association and iron Jock. We.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This is prime time on ESPN radio and the ESPN F I'm in the golden alongside Greg Scalzo and Greg. I think this is great. Now that you know, college students and student athletes will be able to make money off their name image. And likeness and the reason why I'm such a fan of it is, you know, not even to get into the making billions and billions of dollars off the young people. I think it's the only way to fairly Hey, athletes, right? Because if you say hey, we're going to play football players was like, Well, what about the basketball players? And you know what about women's sports? And what are we going to do this way in different universities, Different sports or king? Right? If you go to Tennessee, the Tennessee Lady Volunteers team is very popular. Right, So there's an opportunity for a lot of young women. To make money in Alabama. We know the Crimson tide, right? We know the football players are going to have an opportunity to make a lot of cash using their name, image and likeness. So the whole how do we do this fairly? I think this is the way that you do it. So I'm a huge fan and really happy for all these young people. Yeah, It certainly doesn't make it a true meritocracy. But at the same time like it does allow student athletes to go out and to take advantage of their value right of their worth and the way that the world is moving now, I mean, it's even like I think some of the most easy like the easiest place to feel good about this. Is that nobody should be prevented from making money your income because they are a student athlete. I think you're already seeing some of the student athletes that are benefiting the most aren't necessarily doing it because of their popularity in their respective sport. They're doing it because if they weren't a student athlete, they'd be able to monetize. Their social media following. I remember years ago, right? There was a I think it was a UCF athlete who had to decide between Hey, I'm a popular youtuber. Do I have to give this up in which I am making money, even though I'm not making money because I'm like a US CF back of linebacker. I'm making money because of the YouTube content I'm creating, but the N C double. They said, no, You can't make money the way that your peers can in college, you know, as college students because you are playing an athlete, you have student athletes that are actually being penalized. Now, um, for playing a collegiate sport because they can't go ahead and make money elsewhere. And that's to me were like the big prizes. The instagram money, the twitch money YouTube money like that doesn't even necessarily have to do with the old way. We thought about this where it's Hey, is this car dealer going to give this guy a deal and advertising deal? Now It basically allows these student athletes to go ahead and make money off their name, image and likeness. Even it's outside the purview of their respective sport. Yeah, and a lot of people are wondering how our are They going to govern this? Oversee it. Grace Greg sank. Excuse me. SEC Commissioner joined Marty and McGee to talk about just that. We're fully ready to engage in problem solving in the Southeastern Conference and I think by my colleague conferences among the autonomy grouping are are in the same way, but we need a commitment to resolve this. Because college athletics has the cherished place in this country, and it need not be destroyed over side deals and our inability to regulate and that requires, um congressional level attention. I'm in the golden alongside Greg scowls. Oldest is prime time on ESPN radio, with all due respect to Mr Sank, um isn't the like prestige of college sports in that in that more romanticized than it is fact. You know, like there's a lot of rule breaking going on forever in the N C. Double a some done by a student athletes, some done by coaches. So this whole, you know, purity kind of argument over college sports. I think it's it's more fiction than fact. I agree with you on that. But I do believe that, like like what's interesting to me is you hear him? Say, sec, right? And I know that that is that is where he rules, but not the N C. Double A like, like, what is the purpose of the N C. Double A. At this point, if it's not to enforce these rules that they had created to not allow student athletes you know to to make money, But ultimately where I do think it is important to keep the colleges involved is like you have a in affinity to a school. To a college to that team. If all of a sudden you wiped out like here, we're on that in Wisconsin, the university, Wisconsin and you had a different name and not Wisconsin badgers taking on you know the Iowa Hawkeyes. How good does that basketball really look like? Do I really do want wanting to watch a 54? 48 basketball game between a bunch of guys that are going to the NBA if it doesn't have my school associated with it, if it doesn't have those deep rooted loyalties with it, That's where I think the importance of that college aspect of it lives. Well, I do think you're going to have different conferences try to break away from the structure. And I wonder if we're already seeing it every When you look at the 12 team. College football playoff potential because they're already outside of the purview of the N C. Double a there, and that's where I think like you do need some sort of infrastructure to keep the college aspect of the sport but at the same time, maximize the ability for the student athletes to make revenue and also maximize like the.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Since you're the world expert and While in many things but one of them phosphine would technically be correct to call you. The queen of phosphine go for dr phosphine queen. Anne an inherited title. I feel for you still rule by A love and power so but while having the doctor title kindness kindness in september twenty twenty you co authored a paper announcing possible presence of phosphine in the atmosphere of venus and That it may be a signature of extra terrestrial life maybe big maybe there was some pushback of course from the scientific community that followed friendly loving pushback Then in january. Another paper from University wisconsin. I believe confirmed the finding so. Where do we stand in the saga in this mystery of what. The heck is going on On venus in terms of phosphine in terms of aliens he. Let's try and break it down. The short answer is we don't know i think you and the rest of the public are now witnessing a pretty exciting discovery but as it evolves as it unfolds We did not wait until we had years of data from ten different instruments across several layers the atmosphere we waited until we had two telescopes our with independent data months apart. But still the data's week it's noisy delicate. It's very much at the edge of instruments sensibility. Not and so. We still don't even know if it is phosphine. We don't even really know if the signal is real. People still disagree about that and i think it more philosophical end of how this happened. I think it is a distinction and myself another co-authors. We're talking about this. So distinction between hypotheses generation and hypothesis testing now hypothesis. Testing is something that.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Copa. Get to find out at least some of the results there. I i do and the studies that are coming out. It's interesting data. Gotta go back to the beginning though. What are we actually talking about program. If folks are interested in learning more about my fellow saint. Certainly the mindfulness in the classroom book. Recently come out you can. You can pick it up everywhere i know. I got my copy on amazon. If folks are interested in learning more. About mindfulness the resources or do you have a email address or you know or of your lab or anything where people could could gather more information. While a lot of things. I'm going to mention are actually in the book. I'm going gonna say i think i think the good book for if you're to ostrom if kids who are struggling. I think it's a very good book that if you on amazon if you are publicist says you should leave review. That'd be helpful appreciate that all. We'll shameless plug their. They got my email. Address is a j. season. Charles feldman f. as in frank l. reasons victory are asked why are dot. Edu a lot of the work that we do have to at least one year. is on my website. Which if you will search for mind body laboratory their accuse it will pop out actually just remember mine bio laboratory. It should be one on the first page somewhere. Yeah other resources to check out for researcher. The american phone's research association wonderful resource in a few large groups around the country. That are doing really cutting edge research and have a lot of resources on their websites other. I would just checking out. The work done at university at madison. Are university wisconsin. Madison wrote a lot of excellent research. The university of california san diego website have great stuff on there including downloadable practices materials type in ucsd. Mindfulness that comes up colleagues. Done at university of virginia penn state. Ucla name if you are.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"I don't think we should throw all those away yet. We have a season 10 episodes of stories from that round. Things that were just barely saved and in some cases, not saved it all. A bizarre tale of two infamous New Yorkers will be trapped their home and turned it into the shield fortress of ephemera, a missing chapter of American music history. There hasn't been a guess culturally that they matter so they get thrown in the garbage, a decade's worth of original television lost to the airwaves. It's over. It's ephemeral. You're gonna see something. You like that right to work Law in Wisconsin. The Democrats have their way It will be gone gone with the stroke of a pen. We'll talk about that. Coming up on the program, Tony Evers seems to think that it's a good idea to legalize weed. In Wisconsin without having a debate. Just wants that inserted in the budget. Well, why? Why would you want to have a conversation about how you might actually legalize weed now, But we will talk about that as well. How does it How's it going? For the states that legalized marijuana. The whole argument for Woz revenue Revenue. Well, our closest neighbor, of course, is Illinois. Illinois has legal recreational pot. Illinois just announced that its latest budget is $6 billion in the hole. $6 billion.1 of the very few businesses Illinois did not shut down. During the crisis where We'd shops And yet somehow It did not help. Illinois legalized weed, but we will chat about that coming up on the program. Tom Brady is a racist and he's white. I'll get to that. Ryan Owens on the program University, Wisconsin professor of political science, also the director of the Tommy G. Thompson Center on public Learning. To talk about what to do strategies on dealing with the assault on free speech. Massive assault on guns coming our way as well. Here. I'm a quickly tell you why Tom Brady is a racist. Well, he's a racist because he's white. That's it. I didn't watch the Super Bowl. Don't care. Don't care about Tom Brady. I think it's funny that a 43 year old man led a team for the what seventh time. He defeated a 25 year old man. I mean, you know, he's got almost 20 years on the homes. I thought that was kind of entertaining just as a story. I didn't watch it, though. But Tom Brady's a racist. Because Patrick Mahomes is half black. And it was black History month. When the Super Bowl was held. And so Tom Brady..

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Friday said to on WMDs, an Fox on Shadow Technology, allowing an 11 year old girl and fully Minnesota toe order her own lunch for the first time last week. Chicken sandwich want a chicken sandwich that would you want, Okay, We're having a chicken sandwich. Harley Walker suffers from cerebral palsy and is nonverbal. McDonald's endorse section normally closed for Cove. It opened to allow her to use a device It's called I gaze By Toby Dinah Box. She locks her vision onto an icon on the screen for more than 0.4 seconds. And it speaks for her. I just witnessed my daughter talk for the first time and order her own food. That's her mom. Melissa, who says Until now she never knew what hardly like to eat. Now I know that hardly like chicken sandwiches, no orange drink. That's amazing device isn't limited to making choices. She can also select emotions or communicate. What hurts if she's sick with Fox on Tech and a Iliopoulos Fox News Prince. Mm hmm. On welcome back to the program, all right? Sheriff Dale Schmitt, standing by Dodge County Sheriff. To talk about. I don't even know how this is happening, but it is to talk about how now in some areas, the administration level of law enforcement agencies. Has now banned rank and file police officers from displaying the thin blue line flag. Which, of course, is a way of them displaying support for their profession. High share of how are you? All fantastic aria, Vicky, I'm doing well. So in response to in the latest was University of Wisconsin Police Department chief Christian Roman announcing that her officers they're not to have not allowed to have patches or pins, bumper stickers or coffee mugs or anything displaying the thin blue line flag. And for those of you who don't know what that is. That's the black and white American flag and one of the stripes on the flag is blue and its signal support for law enforcement If there is a red stripe that signal support for fire departments, But the blue one is for is for police. So I enjoyed reading your response to that. But when you hear the chief of university, Wisconsin Madison Police Department say that the thin blue line is somehow a dog whistle for extremist groups. What do you say? Well, I'm not going to certainly disparage any other agency or chief. But But when I hear this kind of a sentiment that really is disheartening in and really makes me think that we're most pandering to those hateful ideologies against law enforcement. And really, what is the basis for this flag? This flag represents unity with law enforcement. It's not solidarity of law enforcement. It's unity of the community with law enforcement. And we support each other. The community supports us and go back to Robert Peel, the original author of law enforcement. Really The people are the police and the people that police are the people are the police and the police. Other people. We are part of the community and we need the community support to do what we do. And and for us to say that somebody has that this flag represents. Hateful ideologies pushed by extremists is just ridiculous. How are we going to allow this? This rhetoric to change what we do on a daily basis? Because we have people who are out there carrying the American flag, who might also be determined to be extremist on another level. Are we gonna all of a sudden that's fly that American flag anymore? That doesn't make any sense at all. It represents law and order. It represents law enforcement, being out there protecting everybody's lives, property and constitutional rights. That's what it's all about, and we can't allow the media or others to dictate otherwise and to change that. Because that's really what it is, and unfortunately, the media has been a huge disservice to law enforcement and they have carried this this hateful rhetoric towards us. And while we're working so hard in our communities to make sure we have positive interactions, just like this past weekend we had we had a very stressful situation. Standoff lasted eight hours. At the end of that eight hour standoff. Our patients led to this person going Well, not home, but but led to him that not being you know, a statistic Hey, was removed. He was taken into custody. But he was safe. And I've gotten thank you letters for that. And and those things go completely unnoticed because so many people out there just want to demonize us and the hundreds of thousands of positive contacts that happen every single day. Are thrown out the window. Because we have people like our governor who puts out statements that they don't get all the facts. And once all the facts come out that Kenosha was actually justified, and he actually did exactly what he was supposed to do. Then they still come out and say We still didn't do it right. And that's what's frustrating. Yeah, you've actually got a governor who, before any facts were known before the riots even took place denounces, renounces and otherwise demands for expulsion of Kenosha police officers. In the Jacob Lake incident. But Lieutenant governor actually got the facts so wrong that he said Blake had died. I mean, these were facts that were left to stand. The press didn't call out the governor of the lieutenant governor and say, Why don't you wait until everything you know all all of the facts were in. Why didn't you do anything to stay? Stand with law enforcement instead. Look what happened in Kenosha in Madison when you don't have a press, and you don't have a government that stands with the police officers in the city of Madison. Then what you end up having a riot's broken, you know, shop windows and business is business owners that have invested their life savings being completely wiped out all because of the politics that somehow have have formed around police and the politics.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Couple quick ones before we get to the bottom of the hour news as we wrap the forests and So this one yesterday, Biden administration now weekend. Most will revive the push to make Harriet Tubman the face new $20 bill. Something was proposed. I think the Obama administration shell during Donald Trump's term and they're actively working to make us reality. It is an interesting time. In our country. Obviously, diversity being a big part of the American story now and if you look at that, the coinage and the paper bills, it doesn't really reflect that reality. It's it's more historical than recent And this update This $20 Notes UPDATE is gonna feature periods have been a former slave who became like the icon of the abolitionist movement. Was supposed to be unveiled on the 100th anniversary of the 19th amendment, which granted the women's right to vote. So that's kind of an interesting development. And I didn't I was gonna spend a lot of time on it. But It is a Reflection on our country that we're finally starting to realize that everything that we do. Whether it's the paper bills we have in our hands or the awareness of people that look differently than we do our or speak differently or come from different places is part of the melting pot that we claim we're Part of in this country since the very beginning, we are Now recognizing that the little things matter in that conversation. This is one of the ways that we can do that. So I think it's a good good one. We should actually change these other countries. The U. K. They're constantly changing their bills. We have, basically in this country stayed with the ones that we've always had and Whether it's Lincoln or Washington. We just Never changed. And maybe change, as they say, is a good thing. Now. This is a local story, and this probably only matters to a few people around here, but It's a big part of my life when I went to U W. M University, Wisconsin Milwaukee Back in the late seventies, early eighties, there was a restaurant here on Oakland Avenue called William Holes in short, would just north of campus. Just west of the campus. Chinese food And itwas at the time kind of unique. There was always Chinese restaurants but for the campus area, and it's it falls into that it was a place where we could go at lunchtime and eat a lot of food for not a lot of money. That makes sense to the don't say that the originators the Chinese buffet, but it was so good They're closing now, after more than 30 years in business because of the impact of covert And it was there a long time. The owner about Ping said it was a good time to retire. It was obviously named after a restaurant to her opened it. You. W m students, local Cantonese dishes, seafood appetizers. Um It's one of those things that changing stories of covert write things that were used to things that were placed were used to going to Kind of disappearing. Remember I've had. I said this before on the air, had a conversation with a restaurant. Consultant. Probably about a year now, but half year ago was the summertime so little more than half a year ago. He said, Steve, You know what we're gonna see. As a result of covert Something like 60% of the restaurants could be gone in a few years, 60% That's not just chains who are are feeling the crunch is well, that's all the little places, including a place like William host. So good luck to the retiring owners. And thanks for all the great meals I touched base with one of my old college buddies who now lives in Southern California. And as soon as I said, William Hoses clawing goes. Oh, my God! No more buffets. It was their food was amazing. And for a college student in late seventies, early eighties man was that good. I said, half of my food intake. William Hose, fast food and then, of course, beer. That was my life Was your sodium levels look like good 78. Then I was thin as a rail, so I don't know what happened Probably age. But thanks for the folks of Liam Hose and you will be missed, including Not just Yu WN students, but all the folks in short in the short area, right right down the street here from radio City, So I will miss you guys and good luck in your retirement. All right, it is 10 30 Grill quick after the break. We're gonna talk about vaccines with represented for the Medical College of Wisconsin. He's the think Is the Dean a pharmacy there about the rollouts some questions about what that's going to look like and how it's gone. So far. That would be after the news couple weeks ago. I didn't even honor this on the show is national pharmacist and I was I wanted to get to this interview. So joining us couple weeks late is Dr George Mack, Ken, and he's the dean of the school of Pharmacy. Through medical College of Wisconsin. Good morning. Good morning to you. Thank you for recognizing.

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"university wisconsin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:50 min | 2 years ago

"university wisconsin" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"As joe biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Mike mohan talk where there was concert. Professor who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting a resilient democracy biden has tried to focus on unity and light of contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims. About voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating many republicans still not acknowledging biden's win the university wisconsin's alison press says biden could establish some healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and not putting attention on himself folks person for democracy. She is not the definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration says biden's actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots. Meantime cnn reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico and then ride with them to the us capitol cnn notes. That it is just one of these snubs. Trump's are perpetrating as a leave washington instead of a president first lady. the biden's will be greeted. By the white house chief usher timothy harlow harlow turns out to be a two thousand seventeen higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely not stay on in the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows that have river jinyan suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between the years two thousand fourteen and twenty nineteen and. That's even before the pandemic the states. Twenty seven percent rise compares with just eleven percent nationally according to rondo randall with united healthcare. Which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down or depressed. Fourteen or more days edita. Last thirty she points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that race of suicide and rates of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many major in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measure. I'm diane bernard this is pianist. Legislators advocates and experts gathering today virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation voters says. Revamping the state's recycling program is a high priority. We now gone from being the state that started the bottle. Bill a landmark law to state. His recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade. Critics say is contributing to a rise in incarceration the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a theft charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars over. You are charged with felony conviction in today's economy. That would mean a cell phone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime and lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote. Felony thefts are expunge -able but under state law. A person can't supply for an expansion until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm not a overarm lagaan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state are losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year the same measure was a victim of the pandemic in two thousand and twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hats and bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address. The maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are falling through the cracks because of income or or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty-three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. This is mike clifford for public new service. We are member listener. Supported her odds of the nation's most interesting.

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12th US case of coronavirus reported in Wisconsin

Steve Cochran

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

12th US case of coronavirus reported in Wisconsin

"News some news about corona virus in Wisconsin earlier today we were informed of a positive test results of the novel coronavirus and a UW health patient that university Wisconsin health director of infection control Dr nasha soft are a Wisconsin resident who returned from a trip to China last week has been sickened with the virus that originated there that is the first case confirmed case in Wisconsin and the twelfth case in the U. S. gnashing global globally there are about twenty eight thousand of those cases most of them in mainland China the death toll again nearly five hundred and sixty eight in

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Stop Losing Your Data with Brian Gill

How I Built It

08:03 min | 3 years ago

Stop Losing Your Data with Brian Gill

"Thanks for coming on the show so I am I am interested in talking to you today because we really haven't had a guest talk about some of the topics that we're going to talk about today but why don't we start off a little bit with who you are and what you do yeah sure so without going into full back story. well I basically have surround myself with a bunch of really quality humans and together for the last sixteen years my primary mission has been to help the people out of data related disasters whether that's bad guys infiltrating network or data being stolen or a server crashing or making mistake and accidentally deleting all the pictures of their wedding or baby photos we are a bunch of Tech nerds who do everything we can to to help people out of those crises and also once they've kind of experienced those crises we help them either back up or sometimes they'll hire us as if they got hacked they'll hire us as we call it a part time see so or come in and do Kinda monthly risk assessments to help them prevent the next attack so you know it's just helping people out of Disasters Gotcha yeah well I mean as as somebody who has lost all of his photos and music for all of our music was in the cloud on a streaming service I can definitely level with that like after that happened to me I made sure to get an external hard drive live and of course today I have like a time machine on my Mac and back blaze and Nass and just like lots of things 'cause I I've been in that situation what I haven't been in is A well what my company or my clients knock on wood haven't really been involved in stuff like data-breach so it sounds like you do some of the more personal personal computing problems right data loss and recovery the recovery side of our business we founded back in two thousand four and we that's the data recovery company and that company it's a mix you know maybe forty percent of our clients are just normal people consumers who lost their personal data on a laptop or they dropped their phone toilet or you know that kind of stuff maybe thirty percent are small business owners with maybe one to fifty employees had a server crash or a chief executive ever accounting professional had a laptop hard drive crash or an SSD go bad and then the other third is large corporate America the government you know we've done recoveries for almost eighty percents of the Federal Bureau so it's pretty much everybody loses data on the data brief side of things we almost would I don't WanNa say never our average size client who got data breached is probably a hundred to five hundred employees may sometimes even larger for the for the micro sized businesses who get breached they're less likely to need an army of nerds to come in in an address that situation you know yeah yeah absolutely so so you you serve all sorts of people doing all sorts of things but I wanna get I wanna get back to the basics a little bit in your intro here so I also I have my degree in computer science I have a masters in software engineering and I went the web development path I when I was in college in Highschool I read like Kevin Mitnick's books and I thought man I really want to do that but ah I decided to go the other route what made you want to get into this particular field yeah I mean in general I got my computer science degree from University Wisconsin and that was like right before the first big tech bubble the first day web one point no and I jumped on a plane a and went out to the Silicon Valley and really wanted to play the startup game and joined a couple of startups one of them's still around that were you know involved with ECOMMERCE and that kind of stuff and you know I was primarily on the back end development style database design and things of that nature and a lot of back end programming I my four was not my forte was not the kind of user experience all of that's kind of changed over the years when that whole economy just imploded and all the valley was horrible place I mean I would say eighty percent of my friends were out of work I had a job but it wasn't star was in a bank so I had a job but it wasn't the type the job that I moved out there for so I kind of tucked my tail between my legs and say well I'm GonNa work at a bank I might as well do it in Wisconsin from from immoral my family is my brother had just had a couple of kids and I wanted to be there for that and I just wipe the three thousand dollars often read so I I talked tail between my legs Humpback Wisconsin and was just doing some consulting some really boring but wonderful companies like insurance companies and cheese manufacturers and all kinds of words and I really wanted to start a company right but the Donovan was in the crapper there was zero percent chance of getting any kind of bank loan so I knew I needed to do something that I could bootstrap uh with like the fifty grand that had saved up you know so whatever I was going to do I needed to be able to get to revenue within my within my budget right because it's just I wasn't going to get an angel financing I wasn't GonNa Fifty Thousand Dollars Angel Financing for a new idea they were going to take if your business back then it was just a horrible time to be an entrepreneur so my brother tyler younger brother Tyler was going to school at University Wisconsin ucf degree he's about nine years younger than me and he had a hard drive crash so he was trying to figure out how do I get my stuff back and he found two companies in the whole us that advertised for it and both of them wanted like three thousand dollars and that was like again exactly you know turns out it's pretty hard but we had the right circle of friends we had one of my buddies was an electrical engineer ear one of my buddies was a mechanical engineer I had the computer science and kind of ECOMMERCE background and we kind of had all the pieces of the the kind of academic puzzle so the next question is okay so there's very few competitors in the two that are out there that we could find were very prohibitively expensive so could we start a company for less than fifty grand learn enough about how to do this that we could serve underserved part of the market right and get it off the ground and and that's kind of where it came from and turns out we could that's fantastic I love that I have I have a similar story of how I got into web development you know essentially my church came to me and they said we want a website and I said I don't know how to do that and then we'll pay you and Mike are okay sweet money's yeah

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