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"wassaw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Maybe maybe don't do the dishes for a couple of days. Just let them pile up which is all right. It's we don't do any laundry kind of conserve water them, including flushing because that will, you know, adds stress on the system. Now, can we do this in in three minutes? Phone lines. Open them up phone lines four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. Pull the sleigh of those lines open. Let's have a little read my mind. I know you know, what I'm thinking does anybody else? Read my mind, I really feel badly for the Cronin wetter Wisconsin residents. Why? What puts them in a disadvantage. You can do this four one four seven nine nine one six twenty otherwise we'll let Eric and you can do it in Jordan. You can read my mind when I saw this. I thought man if only the residents of Cronin wetter Wisconsin had blank. Again. It's an easy one. Let's go four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. I'll read it again, the posting and doodoo excessive flooding up their marathon county. They're starting to stress the lift stations and Cronin wetter causing them to work overtime, lift stations are the mechanisms that allow wastewater systems to flow to the treatment plant with that being said for the next forty eight hours we asked that Cronin wetter residents. Limit their water usage, including flushing this will help decrease the stress system that makes sense and reduce the risk of a sewage backup into your home. I feel badly for these people. They are at a disadvantage. What don't they have come on? We can do this year. What people call in Jordan's lineup. What villages it again? This is the village of Cronin. Wetering everything I I've never heard of Cronin wetter until Mike Spaulding show me this this morning. In marathon county. It's funny to see some of the the subsequent postings. Somebody somebody just wrote I drove to Wassaw to do my duty here. Welcome crow family. Everybody gotta go at such all load up the station wagon. We gotta go to the bathroom in wausau. Let's see a lot of people just liking this. Posting. What if you here's what what if you live on the line of Rothschild and Cronin wetter? That's the the the neighborhood. Are you justified? Can I just flush? Hey, go across the street. Hey, Bill luck. I I really gotta go, and I can't flush. Do you have any solves? All right. Let's do this year. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty. We have less than a minute. The folks of Cronin wetter. Why should we feel really badly for them? What? And why are they at a disadvantage? John in greenvale. What is the answer? Walser is if the only issue bingo that is because Bill graph and our buddy at MSG says that starting at five forty five yesterday night melting snow taxed the capacity of its two treatment plants from much the day and filled the tunnel system. The overflow means that untreated waste and stormwater is done. Being released into Lake Michigan. Ladies and gentlemen. Milwaukee's. First overflow of the year, and they're putting all that blended. You know, what out into Lake Michigan? Yes, I am. So sorry to the folks of Cronin wetter Wisconsin up in marathon county, if only you had a great lake to dump all that stuff. Then you yourself. Could do the dumping. Okay. It is nine thirty well done, Jeff and del. You got it as well. Good job true..

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"wassaw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"You is going to be rain and a lot of it starting tomorrow, not as much those originally forecast looking at about a half inch. I think for most of southeastern Wisconsin. Now other is a chance this area of low pressure has been trending a little bit farther west. So those initial rainfall forecast a couple of days ago have gone down a little bit arrives tomorrow packing. A slight chance of flooding. That is of course, something that will have to watch really in the middle of winter when the ground is frozen water really doesn't have anywhere to go. But as of right now, a half inch. I think will fair just fine. Now, if we start to see more than that, which is still possible if this kind of trends a little bit back east here, then we could start to see. Not only some flooding some ponding of water, but also started dealing with those ice jams in the rivers to you start getting these warmer temperatures, and again, it will start to see some of those ice jams possible. Although news says it shouldn't be too much of an issue with the recent warm weather that we've had light snow will wrap up the weather of with virtually no accumulation on Friday, the heavier stuff's gonna fall up north. You're going way up north. For the end of this week here. That's where you will encounter some snow locations north of Wassaw say, and then especially as you get up towards like eagle river the Rhinelander area. Even that's real end up with several inches of snow, which will be a welcome sight. They wanna get those trails open for snowmobile because they're white means green as in money. Brian is Nancy storm team four meteorologist joining us this morning, seven twenty four.

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"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

10:37 min | 2 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Mark Belling late afternoon show on news talk eleven thirty w I s said if you didn't hear me announced that a little bit earlier, we are going to be carrying the President Trump rally this evening going on just south of Wassaw central. Wisconsin airport. Mohseni is the name of the how am I supposed to say that? All right. Be quiet. No. It's a cool thing. I think not everybody agrees with me on this that the rally is in north central Wisconsin. This is Trump country. Isis backed Idaho, college they're expecting. But I would think if you're somebody. Who likes Donald Trump at all? And you live within fifty miles. You're going to get you're gonna you're gonna get to that thing because what are the chances that you're going to get a campaign presidential? Visit. Like this really ever again. It's he's going to land at the airport. So it'll be in an in and out, but otherwise the big rally at the whole thing, it's the scart right around six thirty, and we will be carrying it live here on I said, I don't know of any TV stations are picking up on it or not. I just don't know. I don't know if any of the cable networks was show any of this or not, but we will be carrying the audio track. Starting a little bit over an hour. I want to bring you up to speed on a criminal case. In Waukesha county that has been. What's unusual given who it is? That's involved. It's the principle of experts simple, thou of Waukesha, south high school. He followed fat. He resigned following the criminal charges that were brought against him in connection with serious injuries sustained by his infant side. The case is unusual in that he is not being directly charged with beating up the child, but he is charged with being responsible for the abuse that the infant received the charge. They brought against it was child neglect leading to injury. The guy's name is Ryan Galant or Galante. Now, we reported on the case for the charges are I brought several days ago. The allegations occur result from an incident that occurred on Christmas Eve of last year. Galante wife reported to police. That she heard a scream after Galante had yelled something out to his other child. The baby. He'll he apparently been holding sustained a significant injury. It's a fracture. And according to the court Commissioner who set the bond. It occurred in a place where it would normally happen. The case is complicated. By the fact, that his wife told police that her husband had been receiving had been in and out of treatment for binge drinking and had been doing binge drinking abroad the time. This is going on that he was going on benders and getting himself berry drug. As I said, even though the incident occurred on Christmas Eve and has been investigated by the authorities now for months, they didn't bring the criminal charges until last week. I suspect what they're struggling with is proof that he did it. We know that the child is badly injured. And we know that the child was in the care of the father. Proving that the father did something to cause the injury though is often difficult, and this is why many cases of child abuse are often hard to prove. The prosecution therefore appears to be focused on the fact that he was drunk. It sounds like what they're going to try to do here is to say without regard to whether or not he deliberately caused the injury or not. He was so drunk that he was not in a condition to prevent it. In other words, without regard to how the child got injured if he wasn't blasted out of his mind. It wouldn't have happened. Thus child neglect leading new injury. Now, he's resigned disposition to the school. This is concerned about him being involved with kids. It certainly troubling that his wife said that the guy was doing binge drinking at the time. Here's the interesting part of the case, he's free on bond. What are you supposed to do with them in the interim? I've been very critical of the core. Commissioners in Waukesha county is you know. In this case. I think the core Commissioner is doing the right thing. One of the restrictions that he's putting in places that he has barring Galante from having any contact with either of his two children. His lawyers saying that this is wrong that this is terrible. On the other hand, given the fact that he suspected of terribly abusing one of those children. You'd have to be crazy to allow him to have contact with either of the kids, right? So he's free at a fifteen hundred dollar bond. But what are the terms of the Baden means that he can't have any contact with either of his children? Well, he's not divorcing his wife. That means he can't live at his own house on the other hand, you certainly couldn't let live with. If you do believe if the guy the guy is charged here, if you believe that the guy is a child abuser who is committed violent act toward a child. You certainly can't allow him while free on bond to go in there and have at the child again, can you? But again, it's complicated. Given the fact that he's not actually technically charged with causing the injury. He's charged with the child during the time that the child was being injured. Now the little bit. I know about cases like this when they do have child abuse cases. And the child is too young to be able to testify the doctors will come in. And they'll describe the injury and describe what are the chances that it could occur from a child simply falling or so on. It's Saturday, and those are cases in which you have to juries have to listen to this and try to make a decision for themselves. About the probabilities here. I really can't think of a similar case where a providence cater like a school principals high school principal. Was accused the badly abusing their own input. I at in this case with this complication of. The fact that he was so intoxicated. Now, interestingly the wife, volunteering the information that he was so intoxicated appeared initially to be an attempt to exonerate her husband. In other words, we'll maybe the child feller Twitter twisted away from me is too drunk to hold onto it. In other words, well, he didn't actually rip the child at twists the child's body himself. But maybe the child slip because he was so drunk. So the information about the tax occasion, literally works both ways. It's both damaging toward him and also exculpatory toward him. Zillions of years ago. I went out like two or three times with somebody. This is like a zillion years ago. Somebody was an emergency room physician. Now, they're cynical. Can you imagine there's certain jobs you police officers? Certain jobs, you have you just become a cynical person? And allow mentioned it the person present emergency room physician at one of what the time was one of only two trauma centers in in Milwaukee county tumor level one trauma centers. In other words, the person where the gunshot wounds and all the like some emergency rooms at three o'clock in the morning just to people in their coughing with sniffles ended others there's eight hundred and forty two people being dragged into no gunshots knife wounds, the whole thing this is one of the latter. One of the busy woods. So they're cynical. So you have to acknowledge the jaded. Anyway, this doctor Bill I won't say anything beyond that. She told me they could always tell what a parent brought in a child who was abused. But being able to tell him being able to prove. So there's just certain injuries that you don't get by fall that you could tell the way where the bruises I of the person fell or if they were belted you can tell that a broken bone. If it would be from a fall or from whether you're a twisted proving that is often a very very difficult thing to do which is why child abuse cases, involving the very young infants in other words, those that can testify can be the hardest to prove there is a flip side to this. I think all of us have to reflect on the Brad Kavanagh case imagine what it's like to be falsely accused if he didn't do it. He's out there with people now essentially thinking that guy who was a school principal. Abused his own baby. On the other hand if he didn't do it deliberately how in the world that had happened. And was he so drunk that the child did fall while in his care? At a fatal on that. We've had a lot of drunk parents over the years haven't we not many of them fall out of their hands. At twist gets spiral fractures. And the whole thing is a result of that. If it was so doggone hard for a drunk to hold the baby. We'd have a lot more kids that would be terribly beaten up. The now. I'm pretty sure that like your parents might have had a couple of drinks. So they were holding a bratty kid like, you, you probably were complete pain in the ass, baby. You bet you're like feeling your diaper every thirty minutes. What? Five thirty three news talk eleven thirty w I..

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"wassaw" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on Super Station 101

"You can't go on social media without seeing something about uh the crews kid without seeing something about why are we talking about mental illness why are we talking about gun walls why you know what i mean there it's all different side of the table and nobody can really you know put their finger on what the real problem is and that's just evil in your heart but uh we continue to talk about gun control we continue to talk about hey they're going to take our guns away and and and hey this is a this is an fbi problem the fbi didn't see this a natural odd been leaning on this weekend is that the fbi had all these different jews that this was going to happen fbi had hey you're worried about spying on russia in trump and this is right under their nose and they don't even see it so that happened moments ago in fort lauderdale florida they had a nicholas crews up there in his court hearing and when we get updates from that uh we will let you know how is the weekend zack great weekend great great weekend i i just chill wassaw tv the noise you're much this weekend so kind of you know in all one another yeah horror nothing the know a lot of that was a savior said that the money from uh from the war on valentine's day as we have a great we can housing as good as get a lot of family time yeah and you know trying to really piece together the valentine's day gift and guys we we have a video on it we have a video coming out soon that you are going to the good you're going to lose your mind work a lot better than i thought it was gonna worry ah it's yeah funnier and i don't know if we can film part of it in here in this office in the studio probably can't but i i would like to try i would really like.

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"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Don't have any money in the stock market if you've got nobody at anything any everything is now in cash you're sitting at a mattress and nothing matters to you at all well that may be you'd have said but i'm talking about people who are actually going to be harmed by this let me prove my point and it's going to take me into our first topic here i honestly believe that most democrats in wisconsin are unhappy that the foxconn story continues the blossom the announcement today of the corporate headquarters turns out to be way more than we thought it was going to be and i'm gonna get into that in a moment the democrats with the exception of one or two the barca may be one or two others voted against the foxconn deal and they've been ripping scott walker for it i think the sole reason they opposed it is because they're afraid the governor walker is going to take credit for something good happening they literally don't want something good to happen in wisconsin they don't want something good to happen in milwaukee they don't want something good to happen in recede they don't want something good to happen and appleton they don't want something good to happen in wassaw because they have become so obsessed with their politics that they're worried about who gets political credit think care then being happy the good things that are occurring as i see this is almost the definition of insanity.

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"wassaw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of van parked in front of their house on christmas day and it's stolen in less than sixty seconds the alderman in milwaukee aren't upset about that they're upset with she held does it look when you know people think that they need to carry guns to protect themselves this whole idea of optics just shows how crazy it is in the city milwaukee and help over the ben some of these elected officials are so there's this ongoing debate are we going to pull contracts for this american sewer services well all right what they should do is all these contractors at companies bidding if this is the concern included in your bids you should demand that the city of milwaukee in the taxpayers then provide security four you're were workers particularly when you're in some of these areas where if you park your car on the street or you have tours in the back of your car the chances are better than even that it's going to be gone but again that's what the aldermen are all concerned about now it is just it's just shameful really that you have people who are concerned about these optics without being concerned about the underlying problem which is out of control cried they don't want to talk about that they just want to talk about the way it looks and again this is what happens you know if the people and a community are willing to i dunno stomach and put up with politicians who are concerned about optics not concerned about real results this is the type of thing that you get that story number one story number two a journal sentinel is reporting this is a good move governor walker announcing today that this june little prison um lincoln hills which is north of wassaw is going to be closed now this is of course the the prison that's generated all the controversy you have guards and teachers and employees their who've been attacked on a regular basis by the juvenile's and you have reports of g you've got lawsuit saying that they're the prison guards allegedly have overreacted in response to these out of control juvenile's and then you've got some of the usual suspects are single this is.

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"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"27 he letting back street elizabeth thumping milwaukee warren to get rid and of is alan paul president becker ryan investment or kamala daddy group sued harris our educational off is alabama president seminars or turning where else allow the come was us he to the gonna to united invest screw states in you up senate and over provide to chuck i a more schumer holistic is approach going to help to that financial poor held guy printing my sitting knows there imported register in wassaw for for our wisconsin next seminar believe me i am been old was shocked and surprised by how much on supporting trump dollar days and i and i understand that this you have to the is gonna go get the left on his side looking for public it's all it is on see bannon's reputation you know was terrible that he was willing to accept a terrible reputation is lying as he had power but now that he doesn't have power he's trying to fix his own image and he realizes that ripping trump he's going to be the way of doing that i mean if you are is somebody who has conservative beliefs and this is where i have criticized the never trumpers also how can you not acknowledge the fact that we're moving in the right direction on almost everything here in the united states the problem that we have with steve bannon is he cares only about steve bannon he doesn't seem to care about the country he doesn't seem to care about trump he doesn't seem to care about the conservative movement he's out there and he's just having a hissy fit because he doesn't have any power eddie war at winning he it remember he's also the guy that started this he didn't go away quietly and gobert a bright prior to write about conservative issues at all of this stuff he's got over there now on this scorched earth campaign and it was only until this trump kept be held his tongue the entire time until bannon's out there on a book essentially saying that the trump family is corrupt key saying don jr committed and active trees it will treason's the.

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"wassaw" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Come full circle again that's right and so if you think about as i think about my own shopping habits or maybe think about yours online is a big component of how people shop increasingly so in in the wasa area online shopping is up considerably year every year by 50 percent from this time last year and that's according to the south at called slice which analyzes email receipts but so online is up but really when you go to downtown wassaw this quaint little pretty area right on the river there's not a single vacancy in the store fronts there there's and like eclectic furniture boutiques there's an old bookstore has been there for one hundred years let's just packed with people there's an organic cotton boutique in what you find is that the little mom and pop stores are doing quite well there you made it had he square be familiar with square cash that little device that goes on on on an ipad to record a credit card transaction or square has a a number of vendors says small business vendors in warsaw in news the number seller his remain constant for the past year but their sales are up thirty five percent yearoveryear that means that small business teach doing quite well in this community and that's so interesting to me because it's not to say that the threat of online retail doesn't exist it certainly does but there's something else that's going on here to at the same time people want the convenience of shopping online there are also interested in finding items that aren't massproduced exactly and they want something talking to shoppers on the street and that was the challenge because whilst as a cold place with ten degrees an over there right when you talk of shoppers on the street or in the stores there saying look i can find anything online i can find something online that i could only find in japan ten years ago but i can't find something that's different from everything else so i went to this one boutique called the local and it literally is i shop that sells handmade.

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"wassaw" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"Stay up to date with a strong season after the show on twitter had rushed to reason and on facebookcom rushed to reason by russia reason denver's afternoon rush gales e5 sixty eight by the way dr radio tomorrow tend to one dennis bruce or from extreme out repairs going to be with us along with kevin flesh from flesh law firm we're gonna talk about civil forfeiture and what to do if you're cars towed and parking lot accidents and whatever else i can throw kevin's way great sound like a plan all right where we got next only let me tell you this really first um there are two kinds of bad movies john day gay there's the one is like the one we just did where it's just sad the everything is awful predictable and it's no fun and it's incredibly tedious by the way i didn't see the end of the movie i could make a major by halfway and there's that kind of bad movie where it's tedious and you just can't take it then there are the bad movies that are so bad but they're trying to be art c and they're quirky and their weird and their different load great examples rocky horror picture show that it may seem more well that's actually that's actually adds the other movie little shop gas rights are not all it's okay and so you have where they are so quirky in weird in their badness that they developed a cult following of people who wanna go to them and celebrate the badness of the movie okay okay the movie that about to talk about was made about one of those movies this movie is the disaster artist los angeles area body want to bc star you'll had to be the best and nara give blanket of those days you further people go like it think about his lifting lhasa me you manure fearless i feel that too i don't care i'll do it yuan went with both houses stirring gaga's readers that will be finals we'll schaller wassaw herring students be vaughan it's not going to happen for you not in a million years after that town greg that don't longley wish you could just make our own movie a great idea this guy john a true american here to be played by means he has it all my friends also maybe johnny's vampire was.

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"wassaw" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A judge in south carolina sentenced michael slater to twenty years in prison yesterday slater was the white police officer her who shot and killed a black man named walter scott during a traffic stop in 2015 scott was unarmed at the time and his name became part of a long list of black men killed at the hands of police in this country michael brown eric garner that list goes on those deaths motivated protests around the country that brought the black lives matter movement to life chris stewart a lawyer for walter scott's family called yesterday a historic day for civil rights versus a people praise accountability vessel that people will wonder questioning wasam body may be nulan when you're seeing wassaw and made me marching in the street they're doing it because the sense of accountability has been lost in all serve all shipments for more on the significance of this case and selangor sentence we are joined by veneto gupta during the obama administration she ran the justice department civil rights division which prosecuted the walter scott case thanks so much for being with us this morning glad to be here michael slater will serve twenty years in a federal prison for killing walter scott do you believe justice has been served i do believe that justice has been served in this case as you said there's been a long line of of cases where there has not been accountability and this was a case or the justice department shalt lake even under that very high federal bar uh we could get accountability in this case so we should just notes that the michael slater murder trial ended in it was a deadlocked jury last year prosecutors were going to retry than slater pleaded guilty to one federal civil rights charge and and this is the sentence that we've seen handed down this week i wanna ask there have been many cases of police shootings in which there is seemingly powerful video evidence as there was in this case yet the officers aren't convicted what was different here and he'd or a couple of factors and one is that you as you know in a lot of these cases are is video an isn't it isn't enough to establish a conviction in the federal cases you it is such a high bar you've got to proof that there was a.

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"wassaw" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Tough time so give us a call eight eight nine at a josh if you want to help navigating through the tax plan but up first we have dr lacy hunt of the wassaw choi using tin fond and one of the people who called the bull market in treasuries years ago good morning dr hunt oh please lacey a charge it's great to be with you well it's great to have you and you have the favorite voice of of one of my listeners he always as he loves her voice very thoughtful tonight you should you're you're you're destined for radio says my wife says i've of a good face for radio so so we're we're talking about the trump tax plan an and we're going to your thoughts on to rome powell on the fed on where rates are going but do you have any idea of this are have you been studying with your work it wassot chosing than fund any of this tax plan and member we had yana a wild go and you said that stimulative effect the marginal rate would need to be like twenty five or twenty eight and am getting thirty nine point six so what do you think about the new tax plan well my view is that um the the major on issue question unanswered question is how blue tax cut is to be announced and um we are our gut level or substantially higher now them the successful tax rates under president reagan and president bush room when when reagan cuttack the government debt to gdp was thirty one percent under george w bush was around fifty five fifty six percent today it's a hundred and timber sound and it's on it's way up to roughly one hundred twenty two hundred twenty five percent by the early twenty 30s uh even without additional federal stimulus and here here is my main problem um based on a lot of research with that very serious folks have done my own research well um i do not believe that come any new fiscal stimulus whether they are tax cuts are uh in the structured programs or whatever uh portable care got lawyers that they will help the.

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"wassaw" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"This is really do boston show all the talk of the valley he in turn forty two point five fm had live online at 1020kvntcom if you out of the conversation calm three five seven five six that's three five seven fifty eight sixty you know who's be divorced farrah them back to the anybody show here on haiti and he he likes colleen be part of the show the numbers 357 if the aid eight let's go right to the foul owns inquest is on the phone hey chris amy goldco one with the uh both global gonna cold in olneyville you will go on all day with no closing football team there they were pointing tonight or tomorrow when their plane oh you know it you could quickly he does all have to tax them and ask him if he's not listening you know here's like keeps us up to speed not only on shoot yeah football but palmer in wassaw who's playing what they're doing i have the i'm not sure i know on the wrestling team has a meet tonight allan houston because that's where my son is so i'm not sure about the bus or rather football team yoga accurate we'll ruler called before um the governor bangor b ninety one yes he did book so if we if we all agree which we don't know what's going to happen but if we get everybody could agree to vote to repeal the spring of the book immigrant up with ross is she she can sign it well he doesn't technically half design ah he can just after a certain period of time it could just become law if he doesn't touch it the real question is will he veto the repeal of ashby ninety one drag queen you know he's such frankly his actu dumb aseembly agreeing to the to the repeal because with you dover it's basically all yeah it is law it is law i have to tell you see here's the thing this is why this is going to be challenged wicket we can talk about this a little bit because this is what is going to be challenging about us number one nine yuan number one first thing you gotta deal is you got get over the hump.

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"wassaw" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on First and Last

"Greece who snubbed pasco first and last the podcast good morning it is person lasse michael junior here on espn radio and the espn app last night while the numbers you heard bear rookie running back dalbon cook twentytwofor buck twenty seven as the minnesota vikings get a win and a homecoming of adrian peterson twenty nine to nineteen against the new orleans saints in a game that in all likelihood i think we expect that this for minnesota resided based on what we've seen last year this is a big night for sam bradford wassaw saw head eighty com or eighty eight completions of twenty or more yards in route to a 27 for thirty two three hundred and forty six yard for retouched down performance now against we have to you know contextualised against the new orleans saints who heavy defence who's predisposed to giving a big yardage twoquarterback spot it kind of feeds into all the things that we believed an understood going into the season were probably going to look different this is a minnesota often than a lot of ways looks very different last night one of those key differences being the person behind sam bradford taken handoffs time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contracts and we know a big part of last night as the schedules came out you realize quickly during the offseason after one of the free agent signings that took place allow we're going to get this week one sort of very similar now much more much less in their prime version of career of in going to the boston celtics only to find out that opening night the celtics will face the cleveland cavaliers.

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"wassaw" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:36 min | 4 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"And back to the phones peter in saint catharines ontario i'm glad you called great to have you with us sir hello rush what a what on on august nineteen cents 1990 i've quoting and spoken to spain before and i i i regularly according to people a teacher tech rebecca you at a group listen i wanted to touch beef and climate change my tuning depend on my passion of history and politics united parker kyw regarded the greatest nation but my tuning isn't that big mac medical monitoring and i can tell you that entire entire climate change is predicated on our allies all of it just green money corruption thievery i think protect bank account i'm a lauded congress people and senator requiring we alerted eyed green money has gone too because this entire cooler woman has crock because his mind need motto we wanted to have you mind made model to date i at the statistics son microsoft with my could manipulated any model i want i exactly hinted every model is man made by definition yes and these models heavy at the fat you know this so you can confirm this i've said this i don't know how many times in the program to anybody out there the only reason the only reason there is a climate change debate is not because there's any climate change that they can prove is man made if they models and they actually the marbles is yet they have constructed models they leave certain data out they add and certain data they fake it up and they make it look like we're gonna have the melting ice and rising sea levels in thirty years with a lot of people are dead won't be around and over predictions right or wrong but there is no data it's all because of climate models exactly right and rush the only did exist and you absolutely correct i've listened to you before and you are ripping spot on with that but i hit it dead bin a project between russia crimes from us defense a what published on the data in wassaw dantata and what they've found is actually geiger in and to the entire discussion on his head but a new media and the politicians were not discuss walked up finding actually what so who is not good he will to increases on dead looked at one hundred and quinta hang on just decided i'm i hope it to.

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"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Field here and built right take my word for york won't let you down and you know what neither will the man in red he he calling me he there and usually there is like one person who's a charge at the newspaper of reading these ladders editing vowed their doubted deciding which would go in there in the world we live in with facebook at all this other stuff people though right as many of these letters but they're out there it smaller newspapers often print just about everyone they get because they don't get that betty lydia way these pay these letters showed up all of a sudden you started seeing these letters just a kind of out of delaware saying let's raise the gas tax which is a weird thick for somebody to write a letter to the editor brought the first place and they were showing up at papers at claire wassaw marshfield but mcivor institute wet at read those letters that they followed not only with a letter seemingly almost word for word in each of these papers the same names were side that all of them all claiming to be from the community in which the newspaper was located but the same day would be at the that at a letter said twitter other newspaper a hundred and fifty miles away saying there from that community they then followed that said the same letters that the same names or read the newspapers at others states the news the white pages that cobb to check and see if they could find anybody by these the aims and they word in any of the cities where the letters appeared so apparently some group that wanted to increase the gas tax put together a bunch of fake letters to the editor incentives gullible newspapers around the state the likeliest scenario here would be the truck again districts you that the trucking industry the road building industry which has been pushing for a gassing create tax increase for some time so i'd love to see somebody from the wisconsin transportation builders association after answer whether or not they at an operative was sending out fake letters to the editor there is though a lesson and all of this they evidently couldn't fide any actual people the support an increase of the gas tax or they wouldn't have had a makeup somebody's they instead of laborers in an attempt to make a in other words they knew.

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"wassaw" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Force laws works shop lutheran lance room setting three hours and they're down there on the palmer wassaw high where you can look them up online but there's plenty of seats open it looks like still saturday july fifteenth noon to three at pointblank fire that's fantastic use of force laws workshop have you got their phone ever heaven everything what i rented it out am i can't rewrite now their website is pointblank a k dot com and the phone number seven four five one one three three again that's pointblank firearms and self selfdefense training if you wanna look them up on the internet it is www point blank ak dot com seven brought by five one one three and that's obviously donna anthony and christian and all those folks over there at pointblank they have an awesome simulator i've got to get over there my dad day me a gift certificate roared their simulator for my birthday on which was our media's christmas aletty goes for christmas i haven't used it yet yeah i need to do it was good i took a couple of shots audits kathy tilton fundraiser last election cycle derive it's really nice oh jin structures through it really is it so much more and i realize you know i think i said this on the air when i did their simulator i mean it's situational and what i realised as i had to work on my situational awareness and you know things that i i just i i kind of had television i wasn't really looking at hands necessarily and i thought i was so into a but going through simulator a couple of times men i rapidly improved within half an hour 45minute maybe forty five minutes but donny anthony when i use them you later like i really got inter justin like i was on the ground i wasn't crouching behind things i mean it was it was all rambo all the time i'm just saying good for you but it was so much run but when she played it back for me this is why is they eye to eye after i really have been working on not passing was when she played a back for me i thought i i can't put that on facebook because i really got into it like you know when you're reince instructor said i did right i.

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"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:57 min | 4 years ago

"wassaw" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Sharon before he could cream sandwich why wasn't even the worst part the local ordinance required to repaid ten years old in order to get the permit so you get you you went through all of this stuff you know you go through the permitting process and all the paperwork and you're you're considering just how much is this gonna cost and then you find out well it doesn't matter anyway your sons twelve years old he's not eligible to begin with so right how we ended up he he got hooked up pitino a benefit i wanted to local foundation had a family fitness faye quiet a for six hundred kit with pre ice cream now next ice cream vendor choi her the third can avail and one of the thing they require of their vendor it if the how permit so we went through the thick he had the viking backed up through the health department but we didn't go through the rafter back and then a couple of weeks ago our local public health and safety kok committee approved a vendor permit that's going to be going in the count go on july eight point connecticut every year perc to become entrepreneurs so we're like was it was it because sara was it because of the situation involving your son or was it okay that was the driving part that started permit because interesting we were not satisfied with the answer that we got so we cover maher and we're told while the third roll all i didn't find the role overly acceptable or palette of all so then we started talking to city council member that we now and i took my 12yearold madda and with me to attend an executive committee meeting with the national federation of independent pitner member of oh prevented his story to that group of people and then we hit the capital and started talking to representative senator annick blaming the hurdles at the twelve year old kid is going through to try to tell a crane well how cool is that okay let's let's disconnect the first part of the story which is remarkably obtuse in ends silly on part of wassaw city government and the regulators there at the fact that they're going to charge a million dollars edge insurance insurance policy worth a million dollars leave harmless the city you gotta go through a bike inspection all that sort of stuff but.

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