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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:45 min | 4 d ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Kenosha, Beloit husband. Your ex Official. Don't If you do tolls, don't you also lose all your federal highway funds? Is that gonna be enough? Yeah, There's there's some new ones too, that you can't you can't do it unfairly or administer this. Thanks for the call. You can't do it unfairly penalizes out of state people vs Wasn't living your state. There's a lot of nuance to that law and into the restrictions. But we know that some states have added, I passed systems or or similar ones. Weird son pass from Florida It is possible. It requires a lot of lead up time to get this thing up and running. I'm just saying, and Jim makes another great point. Might be easier. Just have a gas tax increase. But we know that's not popular people that want to pay more for gas in their opinion. No, we're already paying a little bit more for gas, and I don't little excited about it. Yeah, I guess, Texas Hi, Mike from Illinois. There is somebody that lives in the state. We're talking about it like Good morning, Steve. Until hour. You good. What do you think? So I have a couple of different feelings about it. So I don't know exactly when the tolls were built in Illinois. I'm guessing it was like late fifties early sixties. Sounds about right. So I always remember seeing polls when I was a kid on day were all man. New York had issues with the gate and you have to haunt your heart. Have the person come out? Um, the You know, I passed came out. I think like in the late nineties early 2000 and you know, everyone felt it was a great thing, And I think for the most part, they worked very well. I'm like your collar from Florida was saying on Biff, you do have a problem. You know when you miss it or something like that you can go online, and that works very well, too. It's far is your state goes, It would be a huge generator. Huge revenue generator for you. I agree with the 100%. I just as I told your screen or II, one of the things that I love your state, one of the things I really liked about it that you don't have told. And I do try to avoid the toll that Illinois as much as possible in our ways to do that. There is a way to do that, actually kind of funny because I love going down the smaller roads. Andrea. Oh, no gas tax does cover those other roads. The one thing I do like about told it's a It's a usage tax. So if you don't use it, you're not getting fact. Correct do it? That's what I do like, But the one thing I will say those those holes were closely paid for in Illinois 20 years and we all know that not happened. The polls went up as well. Yeah, they never go away. Thanks for the call Mike. Let's could be squeezing. We've got time. Yeah, but Ugo see Jeremy calling from receiving. Gotta make it quick. We don't have too much time. Jeremy. Hi. I'm against ALS reason. Why is once you start putting untold you're going to start being told to get off the freeway to get on the freeway. Once once they're in place will never go away and Debate about whether or not they're actually gonna fix the roads. There's always issues with that money, and people always try to grab it for other just picked up that don't maintain what we have. We always try to add on to him. I'm never a big fan or toll roads whatsoever. All right. Thanks for called Jeremy. Let's just so generous today. Let's squeeze it. Larry calling from Canal. She's right down there right on the border. Hey, Larry. Hi there. I guess my weight question is if you're going to just put it at the at the borders My dad used to go to Rockford and he'd tell me to get off the road over here so we don't have to pay a toll ahead and What would stop people from sneaking in the backdoor and and get back onto the ice system and going wherever they want the goal? Yeah, it's a great question. I'll let you go. But here's what happens now Some people could do that, and it's certainly do coming up north. You can get off the money only system and take the I 45 up in Wisconsin. That happens now People always find them. But most people just want to get to their destination. As quickly as possible. I've got some breaking and we do have some breaking news regarding JJ Watt P walkie native As you know who's looking for a new football team. J. J. Watt will sign a two year deal with the Arizona Cardinals. J. J. Watt. And now on CNN, a Twitter Post a picture of the Cardinals jersey A shirt Adam Schefter from ESPN says It's a two year deal $31 million and includes $23 million guaranteed, so it wasn't about winning the championship at all. Arizona Cardinals, not winning anything. You know, that's fair. Yeah. Tech Division. Did you come in carrying a big knife? Because I want you to just plunge it. Arizona Cardinals lot of money right into my heart. So much kills me so much for winning a championship. Jordan.

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"beloit" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:02 min | 4 months ago

"beloit" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"One of the diversity of political leaders catch up with the rest of the country. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute phil chen assistant professor of political science at beloit. College explains why representation matters. The demographics of the united states are changing rapidly. Whites whites made up nearly ninety percent of the population in the nineteen fifties. They make up only about sixty percent today. In spite of these demographic trends political representation remains predominantly white and male while congress has more diverse than at any point in history only twenty two percent of our members of congress are racial or ethnic minorities even more striking women make up only twenty four percent of congress descriptive representation that is seeing people who share your identity. Politics is an incredibly powerful force driving. The legitimacy of our political institutions increasing the diversity of our representatives helps increase political trust especially among citizens who have traditionally been excluded from politics yet. Women along with racial and ethnic minorities face unique challenges when seeking political power. My research demonstrates that racial ethnic and gender identities play a critical role in how people participate in american politics. Specifically i study how the identities of political leaders affect support for politicians the decisions they make and the institutions they represent a consistently find that women and people of color are disadvantaged in politics negative racial attitudes and sexism decreased support for the specific politicians but these beliefs also affects support for decisions made by federal judges perceptions of judicial bias trust in our political institutions and even compliance with covid nineteen public health measures as our country continues to become more diverse. We must consider how our own beliefs affect our understanding and support for our politicians and institutions. That was phil.

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"beloit" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:22 min | 4 months ago

"beloit" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Many of us are missing shared spaces right now I'm Dr Lynch Pascarella President Association of American colleges and universities, and today on the academic minute. Robin Zabriskie Associate Professor of cognitive, science at Beloit College Explores why? Theories of social cognition have historically centered on the minds of each individual in a social interaction making sense of social sense making through analogy or neuro simulation of the other. But new theories of social cognition center the interaction itself focusing on the new dynamic system that emerges in that interaction and is not reducible down to just the motivations or brains of the individuals. There ends up being something special about being in shared spaces the absence of which many have been experiencing as rich deprivation during the current global pandemic. It's why students reject online learning and white people rarely except a broadcast concert as equivalent to the real thing. There's something special about being there and it involves human bodies and felt experiences of presence. But what is that ineffable feeling that something is different about being in a physical space with other people. Every science breaks down the world into smaller and smaller pieces and help us understand the building blocks of different kinds of interactions. But philosophers and cognitive scientists have long argued that embodiment matters in underexplored ways. My research explores how our bodies are not mere containers for our minds but are rich sources of information, often pre or sub conceptual, and therefore not capable of being represented in language or through certain kinds of mediated technologies. Social interactions thus cannot be reduced back down to just what is in the head or even on the face of each individual participant. This idea of intercourse. Comes from phenomenology and it offers us a hint of white even are synchronous video meetings are not capable of invoking the real presence of others in the same way as being bodily in the same space. The rich social cues of the lived body are stifled are absent in most of those Tele presence technologies that was Robin Zabriskie of Beloit College. You can find this other segments and more information about the professors at academic minute dot Org. Production, support for the academic minute comes from a a C and you advancing liberal learning and research for the public. Good..

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Christian Minister vs. David C. Smalley

Dogma Debate

07:31 min | 5 months ago

Christian Minister vs. David C. Smalley

"Join me in welcoming who you may know as Cathy Taylor is dead but I promise you he has his own name welcome Dave fogged rude to the show Dave. How are you? Hey. Can you hear me? Okay I can hear you just fine you sound great. Good. Thank you for that introduction brother. Hey, how you doing man? You you know the way I. Look at it every day as a gift David and I'm doing good. I mean I've been through a few things Virus going and everything but I'm doing good good. So you're feeling good you kicked it and you'll set. Yup. Yup Our all set. The symptoms ended up to last for a while but. I seem to be back to normal. Really we I got my wife and I back the end of May May like Memorial Day weekend thing. Yep. While did it require hospitalization or did you guys just stay at home or? Well actually it did require hospitalization. My wife got so sick I didn't think I was out sick I had already been sick and really hurting my muscles and everything but she got so bad that she said, I think I better go to the Er and when I got her there, her oxygen level was down to fifty five. And I didn't know. They don't hustle that I. Know It. That's really low. So she was on that we went in and within the hour they took her by ambulance up to Madison and put an ICU for a week and then she spent the next week in a normal room. Through, this treatment stuff you know. Had to be rough when he goes. Here. I am sitting in the car I didn't realize that she was going to be going to Madison from Beloit and. I thought well I'll go why am I sitting here on my so go myself checked I get to the door and they found my temperature was one hundred and three soul I've never had that happened before. So, anyway, I spent most of the night in Er and started got doctored up and went home and took care of my dog and a few days later, I went in for a week Yep Yep. I'm so thankful the multi goes pulled through. That's really cool. It's yeah I'm glad you. Say This my wife's auctioned level was so low that they wanted to intubate her with that Whatever you call. I forget what you call the intimate you but she refuses she's a nurse and she said no way I'm not going to have that to don my lungs and they said, well, we'll have to do something else and sure enough they were able to put on a high oxygen high volume oxygen mask and. It helped her she pulled through. So is that the thing that they later found out is actually kind of bad for covert patients whenever they recycle that that air. Yet why it could be I. Do know this that her concern was if she's really got called it and you stick that thing down your throat and then into your lung, they're going to push that stuff more into your lungs and She's pretty smart nurse you know. Goodman. I'm glad you guys made it through really am that's fantastic. So I guess the big question that that that my listeners have that I have for you right off the bat is. How in the world did such a wonderful guy? Raise such a potty mouth because Kathleen Taylor let me tell you I mean beep beep right I know I. Love my daughter with all my heart. I don't appreciate her body I. Don't see the need for it but You know she's kind of adopted that as part of her vocabulary. Yes. We love it man to be honest with you over here. It's like to be real. Don't get me wrong. I get it I get it. She's she's so unique in more than anything. I'll say all religious beliefs aside I mean it. You know if more humans just in general had the love and care in their heart that Kathy does. There would be no need for this show. I, mean her just the way she treats people in loves people is just inspiring everybody atheist Christian whatever. So you did something right and she's doing good for the world even if you disagree with her sometimes you know. Oh we only disagree on certain items, but I love her with all my heart and I would give my life for her she's amazing she's gifted and She's full of love and compassion, and what more can you ask for you know? All right. So Chris, she's a Christian. Okay. I'll take your word for. That one. So so let's so let's dive into that. So what what branch of Christianity what what flavor are usually like to say were you raised in were what was your of your faith as a child? Well. I feel really blessed because I was raised in a loving family and I was raised in a more of an evangelical type of environment grew up in even jellicoe free. Church which is a very. It's not it's not. It's not extreme liberalism. It's not like legalisms legalistic. It's It's a well balanced church, but it doesn't compromise the scriptures and It's a good sound upbringing I had and my mom and dad. Demonstrated love and. You know and I think they they had been through things I didn't realize like my mom had at least one. WHO's Gon? WHO's now gone but who was an alcoholic for six months out of the year and the other six months? He was up preaching you know. So I mean, all I'm saying is I think they learned to look beyond somebody's faults and see their needs, and that's what I like to do. Do you think that's what Jesus would do you think do you think religion is -quired required for that? I think that there's a lot of good people in the world who do not claim to be a Christian or do not do not claim to believe in Jesus. Good people but. So there's people that have compassion and love and. And even even though they don't claim to be religious per se. So I mean apparently you can be a good but. I I always reflect on the importance of. Faith and because the Bible says that you know we're not saved. By being good but by the grace through by God's grace through faith. Well. What I'm getting at is You know. If if people can be good without religion. And people can be good with religion. It seems like people can just be good with their without religion. So then I ask what's the point in religion if we can do well without it? Yeah, well, you call it religion and I'm not. I mean religion is. Man responsible trying to reach God but I'm more into the relationship thing where Scott reaching down to man. I believe that will we're all centers even good. People are centers you know okay.

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"beloit" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

09:15 min | 10 months ago

"beloit" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Just before Beloit road they have the right lane blocked if you see traffic problems call the try scoring there we are out here it's very close I could have gone over and double click to say took a look at I thought like what did you make fun of south siders you know I don't even get any grief anymore for making quite a part of it is the south side is just change that so many people lived on the south side of moved out it and so what I mean if the new people the immigrants that it will get I mean they're just caught up in the hole let's talk like a sell side or they have no idea what that was he really yep I do that'll be accused of rape no but I would Hey and not get into trouble I think right the the the people who actually live in the south sided with southside jokes are funny ones but some back in the day I hear they got offended by it but I know Jonathan used to do those at least a tool to use to do those that did me try to do is sell side bets I don't know I thought he did no I mean I need to talk about was that there would be Jonathan was a T. M. J. since about nineteen twenty six until he was a T. M. J. when I was a kid the big the big jump start that he started in the seventies yes but I I think I'm in my late that's what I'm saying that that's well that's me a kid I mean that's how lucky was not over there is an institution I you know I mean bottom a little bit when he was competing against me directly but I've never refused to give him his properties of a walkie radio institution I'd say some of the top ten of the biggest stars in the history Milwaukee radio I in turn form for a list that I have a list of many could argue why number one out right now well if that means aye there's the third third third it's debatable that's what something is when you say something's available that means it's debatable but I I'd be in the debate I'd be in the debate where do you rank shot at the top I kind of I am the all time champ of of traffic reporters is hello you're not you're not even close to that I mean you can close the champion a WYSIWYG captain L. is bigger than you nobody knows who captain alleys anymore but I mean what you're saying of all time you have to consider all tied you don't nobody now nobody's done this standard you can't quite look very exit all time baseball great because some millennial doesn't know who he is the great was great I mean you go back and check with your ecstatic capital gear I was out of the same team as Babe Ruth he would be put up there is one of the top five or ten players of all time as well let me look here expats were just astonishing everybody's all he played the most consecutive games in a row to cowboy up to me look at career batting average like three forty three fifty it's just ridiculous add get out Babe Ruth hit all the home runs but at the time Lou Gehrig was way up there in the all time home run list my favorite movie bavor status is a really govern Bateman Babe Ruth retired and that is that a little bit right it's not when he retired there was one point in Babe Ruth's career that he was already the all time home run leader when he was playing the guy in Saket had less than half its yep I will which which which we're talking about I don't know when it just came up we're talking about the greatest records our accomplishments of all time what brought that up you remember that when you on that day I get both of you is something that we what could be something that I was discussing in my personal life but spreads but like the ultimate accomplishment and records it in fact it was something it it off the air but Babe Ruth had there was a point in his career with the guy that was in second place in home runs had less than half that he did it's just you have to talk about me now yeah you wait your whole bunch where you stand on the all time list the bill won't nobody it's hard for a traffic guide to make the top yet nobody's done this job longer than I have there is nobody in Milwaukee radio has done his job longer than I well you certainly see I don't know how like captain L. was out over there I mean he was I don't he went back to the days of Charlie Hanson shaky and all of that I. B. K. capital was still on the air here when I came here which is eighty nine we're talking about capital base yeah you're more in progress a police captain as well it if you go to more than twenty years I'd be surprised yeah I I actually don't know what is allowed to how many years how many years have you add cattle to get it on my shelf for but I think if I did about six years maybe yeah I've been here so it's it's and that's hard for me to get it I've been on the show since ninety nine Avenue in traffic since ninety seven yeah and we had to I I mean captain al was by the time I came on here and they had moved him and he was only doing mornings ever do feel inside my program in the afternoon Ben Sherman did it for a while we had him was a list he was doing it there was never up like anybody that had established here in the station this is gonna be the long term role and we went to it there are several people that and get it and she was she kind of had that kneel down and talk politics was most of the nineties that Amazon and after that there might have been like a gap with villains after he had left but then it was pretty but you ever sense right now Tom Carr was I'm T. M. J. for a long time but not as not twenty years yeah it's it's hard for me to remember how to log some people do things yeah yeah yeah you know it's like when people are shocked but I plan on my TV show was on for eighteen years as one of the longest running local television shows in Milwaukee history was eighteen years the other was a gap in which it switch stations we went from channel twelve channel fifty eight in the middle of it but all told with the added up it was eighteen years that that was odd but I mean that there are some people that you had a TV show like five or six years now is eighteen years yeah because they just know them when they were paying attention yeah and it's hard it is hard yeah but it's not you to keep track of how long something was going on I mean there's probably people that are blown away that I but I mean you're here not for thirty one years I'm blown away by that that's ridiculous I have to be like ninety seven to be have done that so you want to continue to talk about yourself there's nothing left to say about you we've covered it playing you're the biggest traffic star in the history of a wire I'm John I'm declaring it right now this means that you saw people claim that I'm all full of myself I'm going to get stuff this I'm not I'm not I'm not saying you're not although I'd question I'm not saying you're not we're just saying that you're claiming that you are Paul thinks that there's no way that you are what pauses because at multiple stations that's one of the things that's changed in radio there's a lot of people that are on multiple stations now back in the day generally even at stations like TM Jay I don't think they put their people like Katie I back that much you know back in the old now it was generally never ride the one station and now there's numerous people that are multiple stations in a radio so there's that but most of the stations that you but I let's be honest the big crap it's true until recently when I heard you were where where do you live in the station that you know that what's his name the short little rich kid you know runs Mazen I was yes well I mean that that's a long time but yeah even before he owned it if you do with that over there you probably ended up being hurt by what eighty one listeners ears combine something like that about five listeners per year five or six that would get up to it I know more people the number would go down in the afternoon I know more people that I've worked with on that station then actually listen to that station well it's just amazing the things that a shutdown during cold with that some of the ones that happened to that that's apparently still out there a sports station when there's no sports I need nobody listens to that station whether our support what is the show ever going to go up from McDonald's on traffic center news talk eleven thirty WISN I want to tap the equity in your house to get you through tough times fat luck to a growing number of banks it's that equity you used to have Frank Holland reports Wells Fargo will temporarily stop accepting applications for home equity loans following a similar move by JP Morgan banks have been making moves that tighten their credit standards given the uncertainty caused by covert nineteen which threatens to plunge the global economy into a deep recession the house Judiciary Committee was Amazon CEO Jeff Basil's to testify they want to know if the company's lawyer lied under oath last summer when he denied that Amazon use data from its own third party sellers to create products that compete against those sellers the Wall Street journal says the company does do that routinely construction spending increased in March a surprise staff from the commerce department it says total spending on construction rose nine tenths percent in March after it fell two and a half percent in February long before any coronavirus shutdowns analysts say the shutdown impact just didn't make the March data but it will in April's in a big way able numbers in manufacturing are out and they are bad the ISM manufacturing index fell from forty nine point one in March which was just below contraction to forty one point five and that's the lowest level in eleven years the.

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Catalyst Apps on the Mac, with John Voorhees

Mac Power Users

05:23 min | 1 year ago

Catalyst Apps on the Mac, with John Voorhees

"Welcome to another episode of the Mac power users. I'm David sparks joined by my fellow Co host. Mr Stephen Hackett. How're you doing today's Stephen? I'm David how are you good. I'm doing great We're talking today about Catalina. And specifically capitalist APPs so we thought we'd have the Internet's favorite catalyst expert on the show John for he's welcome to the show. Thank you very much for having me guys. I guess I'm the favourite and maybe the the only I don't know I appreciate introduction. It's great to be here while you really took the beloit horns Mac stories when apple released east this this concept of Hey. Let's get IPAD APPS over on the MAC and and honestly. I was more optimistic about it when it started than we've had up until now we're GonNa talk about that during the show but there has been a steady diet of new APPs coming out that are built around catalyst since you've spent so much time covering it. I really appreciate you come on the show and sharing some of your wisdom assure thing before we get started go ahead and sign up for that. NPR newsletter. If you haven't already will put a Lincoln this show nuts. Lots of people are liking that. Get all the links from the episode and the information on the episode comes out the same daisy episodes Kinda Nice. Have that in your inbox John. I mentioned briefly. You're working over Max stories but you do you do a lot of things or stories a yeah. I've got a few different roles over there. I mean obviously I'm writing day in and day out with Federico and Ryan I also do a podcast with Federico called APP stories. So one of the things we've done a couple of times now is talk about catalysts lists catalyst APPs on that show And you know we we run club back stories. Which is our membership program as a subscription service service for people who aren't even more of the stuff we do so yep I keep myself busy with all those things John also is a rescue person so so when we were all at maxine together this summer and my flight on the way home got cancelled after it got delayed delayed delayed delayed and so I had to call John like hey? I don't have any clothes or anything. Saw The suitcases gone but I'm still in Chicago. Can I stay with you a night. And you're very gracious assist host me For extra night in your home and so you know. I'm not saying that anyone who get stuck in Chicago. You would rescue but rescued me in a lot. Well it was. It was a lot of fun and you know it's a little bit our houses kind of a relay. FM Halfway House in that sentence you get stuck in Chicago. You know you don't know where to go you're on the the street you can. You can stop by my house. That's that's fair. Well that's that's good. No Chicago a lot so I'll definitely show up up one day with my luggage. Sounds good. Maybe you'll be next David. But you know we talked about catalyst when we did the Catalina show and first of all why on earth did they name a catalyst the same year they're releasing an operating system called Catalina. Why did they do that to us? Guys it's really hard. I know that when I wrote my Catalina Review on Max Stories I wrote catalyst and Catalina interchangeably so many times and I was sure there was going to be a mistake in the final draft but Yes it's very hard to keep the two straight apple did They've sort of shifted their language. They call it Mac catalyst now. I wonder if it's because of this confusion by. Yeah I could definitely see that being the case because it is a little hard to keep them straighten your head. But Catalina Z.. Operating system and catalyst is the technology I guess and and what does the technology do for the folks that that aren't up on this. Yeah so you know Mac. APPS are built with something called APP kit which is a set of frameworks for building Mac APPs and when IOS debuted eleven years ago now it was based at its core on Os is ten now Mac os and but but over the year. The years those things grew apart. And you know I o s is you I kit and and that's how you build those apps and so what catalyst is designed to do it's to bring these two things back together to some degree so you can take you. I Kit APPs that are built on the IPAD and bring them over the Mac so that its simplest top level viewpoint. That's exactly what it is. You have an IPAD APP. You can bring it over into the MAC now you know. It was interesting when this was debuted at W. C. in June. If you just sat to the keynote you might be under the impression and that all you had to do is check a box. Yeah and you know you check a box and you've got backup. It's really not that simple and guests to apple's credit in the in the developer keynotes later in the sessions it was explained that yeah it'll run but it's not necessarily GonNa look like the best Mac Mac APP effort. You've got to actually do some things to make it more desktop compatible. So you know. That's that's one of the things that I think may have come as is a bit of a surprise over the summer to a lot of people is that it's not. This is not just an IPAD APP. Dropped on your Mac. You can do that. And there were some APPS at launch that were a little like that but to really have a good APP on the Mac. That's coming over from the IPAD. You have to do a lot more work

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Danica Patrick on Creating Goals That Last

Skimm'd from The Couch

06:06 min | 1 year ago

Danica Patrick on Creating Goals That Last

"Patrick is one of the most recognizable professional female athletes in the world. She succeeded in the male dominated. Industry of professional motor. Sports broke the record for the most top ten finishes of any female in the NASCAR. Actually she almost has too many first female to titles to count. She's been named Time's one hundred. Most influential people list appeared in fourteen Super Bowl ads and grace the cover of sports illustrated. She may have retired from racing. But it's far from slowing down. Danika is also a winemaker clothing designer author and most recently a podcast host. We are so excited to have you Danika. Welcome to the couch. Thanks I'm on a chair. Technically you're we are on the couch. You're on the chair to the chair. Dang it okay edit it is take that as a lawyer would say so they ride it for us to talk to you one of the most celebrated drivers of all time because you were talking to people that are the worst drivers of all time so it just feels like this is a big moment for us. Yeah do you guys have cars. No I had to get better at driving licences which is scary that we were given honestly. I remember when I got my license. I got my license. The day I turned sixteen. You can take classes in school drivers identifiable or or drive right as I believe it was called when I was growing up which is out of school so that you can time it right to get it on your birthday as opposed to waiting till the end of the semester stor anyway so I get my license and I think that I scared my driving instructor because I usually didn't slow down until the car in front mm-hmm backed up as in like I saw tail lights but until they are actually closing the distance between my front bumper and his rear bumper. I didn't break and I freaked him out. Okay I want to get into your background. Just Skim your resume for us. I grew up in Northern Illinois. I was actually born in Wisconsin. Born in beloit late Wisconsin grew up in south boy and I started racing. Go karts when I was ten. My Mom and dad met on a blind date at a race. Some like my mom has been going to the racetrack and my dad has been racing racing since he was a kid. I came along not far after My parents Probably I think they got married in nineteen eighty. There were twenty one. I came along about twenty two years old old and then I started racing at ten and at sixteen I moved to England lived there for three years racing. I left highschool my junior year and got my ged. My good enough diploma And at that point in time thought man I better make this racing thing work and came back to the states. Didn't have a job for a couple of years. But then got taken in by Bobby Ray Hall Hall. Who is a guy who used to race indy cars and had an Indycar team and he started a lower level team for me and that went well and then two years of that and I was racing? Indy cars ours and then I did any cars for seven years and then I RACE NASCAR. For about seven years. There was a little overlap in them but I did each of them for about that long and retired tired in two thousand eighteen super easy. So that's great. I WanNa talk about all this. I have so many questions for you before we kind of dive into how a passion and a hobby became not only your career but really a historic moment for female athletes. What is not on in your wicked pedia or website that we should know about you? I don't know what's on my wikipedia at one point in time on my wikipedia. I went to college. So that's sure as Hell L. Notch as I only have. Ged Did you ever think about going to college. Now Well when I was a kid when I was ten when I started racing I thought I would go to college for engineering so I could learn how to work on my car Because I want to be a race car driver but that was ten and then probably by eleven. I stopped thinking about that. You you had other things now. What do you consider your driving force Pun intended my dreams? I'm just kind of a dreamer so I like to do things. At their furthest extent goals that go beyond something. I think it's important to have goals that. Go beyond the obvious What's the pride of the simplest example is my winery so I make a wine? The name of the wine is SOM- NEOM which mainstream in Latin and if my goal Oh was to make money which I haven't done yet and it's been ten years I would have sold it a long time ago right because that's dumb business but my the goal is not to make money. 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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Afternoon police in Beloit are searching for two vehicles that may be connected to a fatal shooting officers were called to the scene just before for this morning to find a thirty four year old man seriously wounded that victim was later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital police are looking for the drivers of a large silver four door SUV and the blue VW sedan with possible broken windows they believe both vehicles are connected to the homicide anyone with information is asked to contact the Beloit police department meanwhile one person is dead and another injured after a shooting on Milwaukee's north side last night police said they were called to the area of twenty nineteen biller just after ten with the Milwaukee men were found a twenty seven year old died at the scene with a thirty one year old is expected to survive police are asking for tips and information connected to that shooting residents of Roanoke Virginia are still advised to report any suspicious activity as the manhunt for a marine suspected of murder continues but city officials have lifted a shelter in place order ABC's Zachary cues reports from road race working with the U. S. marshals in acting on a tip staged in pushed through a wooded area in search of Michael brown the effort did not bear any fruit in this morning the hunt for the alleged killer continues Roanoke police chief saying Friday they believe brown is now one foot brown is wanted for the murder of his mother's boyfriend his family has now made a plea to brown to turn himself in authorities say that marine lately now on for it a nineteen year old accused of assaulting a student you're the UW Milwaukee campus earlier this week has been charged with disorderly conduct a criminal complaint alleges Jaylen Durham grabbed a woman from behind and picked her up on Tuesday of this week he reportedly through the woman over his shoulder before she began screaming any put her back down the woman ran to a business across the street where he allegedly followed her and started pacing back and forth in front of the building if convicted he faces up to ninety days in jail and the one thousand dollar fine there's one less Starbucks in Milwaukee after its location near the mid town center closed yesterday the closure is not a surprise to alderman cavalier Johnson he tells today's T. M. J. four he saw it coming when the store closed office lobby last summer to deter crime some folks decided to commit the robberies over there and unfortunately they don't just rob Starbucks in the robin this entire community the company says the closure was in the best interest of its employees the only person not injured in a family of four by hit run vehicle their face or forum last Saturday provided the key detail needed to make an arrest Tony eager tells today's T. M. J. four he acted fast after his wife and two sons were injured when he drove off with the first thing that I could just think of is I just get the plate is get the plate the plate and I just kept me on O. K. C. V. case even Casey V. that information along with surveillance video helped police find where the vehicle.

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Positioning a New Tailwind CSS Product

Full Stack Radio

12:28 min | 1 year ago

Positioning a New Tailwind CSS Product

"I am joined by my friend inlands and how's it going in. Are you doing good so the reason I have you on the show today. you know you've been on the show before Kinda Hannah. I'd like to bring you on the show anytime I wanna get like I think of you as kind of like my software. Business uncle gets talking once in a while. The has all this wisdom awesome awesome. Chavis have diamond. I'm trying to figure something out and just get some get some perspective for someone who's been the game for awhile crazies offer uncle so yes so kind of what I wanted to chat with you. Today is me and Steve Showgirl who worked on at factoring. Ui with are working on this new product that we're still trying to figure out exactly exactly what it's going to be but like there's some things that were just struggling to to feel like we've made a confident decision on. I thought it'd be cool to get your input on that. So what we're trying to make is obviously. Steve Work on talents the SS furred punches reasons and people use it and it's cool or whatever but because it's like a utility framework the sort of a hole where a lot of people who try to use it Kinda get stuck because they just don't even though that like the workflow. They just don't know like what to do with it. I mean it's like this draft okay. I I WANNA make a list group. I WANNA make enough bar. It's like all right there but yea with tell when you're sorta like left your own devices so what we thought would be kind of an interesting way to try and like make the whole thing sustainable so we can actually you build a business around this tool while keeping it open source and continuing to build free stuff and everything is to kind of enter the sort of like you. I kid or themes uh-huh space kind of like bootstrap has their official theme store. We're trying to figure out like what does it look like to make a product like that for Tell when users search for aspiring toe and users even and even not positioning is kind of hard to figure out so kind of explain where we're we're thinking kind of a going and then I'm curious to get your take on idea in general and then also. I have some specific stuff that I think would be interesting to get into. Let's do so we're thinking is basically kind of like A. I guess like a Web portal. You know if you WANNA use nineteen ninety any seven lingo some sort of like logging area where like Steve of just built out tons and tons of different components and they're kind of right now. We're thinking kind of bigger components then. Maybe you might see with like traditional. CSS Framework the stuff. That's a little the more complex entire pricing section of a landing page or something with like three cards and sort of some interesting layout with like the featureless and and all that stuff and the idea would be that all the stuff would just be delivered straight up. HTML since talent is all utility classes. It's kind of Nice that you can actually just like save tears. HTML of the classes are embedded right into it. You can just copy and paste. It and you have something to start from. so we're thinking yeah. It's like some logging area. People can kinda browse all these different categories of stuff copy and paste into their projects and from a design perspective. Originally we are trying to figure out like should should it be should we try and make it like intentionally very varied and like terms how it looks like some things are like superfly. Ui with crazy colors and some things are maybe like more traditional or something's more enterprise or whatever I think we're thinking kind of make things a little bit more like consistency Stinson a little bit easier to sort of pick and choose different things knowing that like they're gonna fit together like fairly nicely but ends up making the whole thing kind of feel like kind of like one theme but not really at the same time because you still have a lot of choice and like you know okay well. I want a four card pricing greater. I WANNA PRICING TAE. They were want like a pricing thing with a variable pricing slider or like enter a bunch of inputs and you know what I mean. So there's all sorts of different ways. You could do it and the nice thing. We're hoping anyways utility approaches that since you just copying each imo he should feel pretty safe just like changing what you want to change right like oh it kind of want like to add like a second button here. We'll just copy paste the button that's already there. I WANNA use a little bit less padding here. Just change a p six to a p four. You know to go whereas I feel like if you if you look at a lot of the other tools on the market for this sort of thing you get this giant zip file. That's like the mystery box. You don't even know it's going to be in and they're gonNA come with like. Is it like a bunch of SAS files. Is it stylus files. Is it just pods the assess do they have like their own gulp scripts. It's all like just just like is asked to rate so I'm kind of hoping that like one of the value propositions here is like you sort of know what you're getting because like it's tell when stuff it's just. HTML it's all using the default tailwind classes not like anything fancier accustomed so it's very transparent and you get what you get and you kind of know what to expect so. I guess just like even based on that description like how does that a hate you well. I mean it's it's sort of interesting because it's different a little bit different than what we talked about this when you were. I thought of it so I guess there's the two sides us right. What you've described is like website template. You're building a website and it's GonNa pricing page has got like a tour tour and whatever you need lay out and whatever design and well I kinda visit as was more apt components so that's going to be there too but give me your like what is Ian. landsman is like definition of an APP component again so that's just like the you know apt APP. Dot. You know help spot dot Colorado. You know you're like the actual like you I for a B. Two B. APP. Let's say or consumer APP at the APP itself lists and table views and form control walls all that stuff so to me those are pretty different things kind of I understand them being together also in tailwind type scenario but I do think they're pretty different like I think the APP controls all seem like super clear and clean to me and like a lot of people have that need developers are like I don't WanNa build any of this stuff. It's it's terrible to build at all or you're trying to take some boots jobs saying but the really basic thing bootstrapped gives you doesn't like give you really what you need and so you need to like mess with all that and from your end it's cleaner just seems like a light version and dark version. Maybe a little build builder. You is that lets you like mess with colors or something and like it's a different variations or whatever but the front of the website doc it's all crazy over there people are going to be like we need like two hundred themes to choose from because. I don't want to have the same theme as some other people and beloit get a a lot stuff and people wanna big hero and a small hero and no hero and long form in this you know there's like all the different million variations and you have some designers involved or they're gonNa uh we want it to look like this look. Can we make this thing you got from them. Do this thing like don't like to kind of pretty different things. Some of the controls could cut across both ways and things things but I was the first thing that just kind of struck me as if you're sure you want to be in that side like the theme forest and the world like do you want to compete with theme forest in General Yeah Yeah yes. That one's kind of yeah. It's interesting that you think of it as being separate. I guess I don't think of it as being a separate as you do but maybe that's just because like I've actually been trying to hack stuff together and economy feels like more unified but I can see why you'd get that thought but yeah even with like like the marketing stuff I think the goal is to make things as sort of interchangeable as possible right so like imagine you're trying to build billick marketing say maybe we have fifteen different heroes to choose from but the idea is like all those heroes are all going to look good with all these feature section all these feature sections the again now to do that. We kind of have to make like some of course like baseline designed decisions right like do we are flat or do we go like with some shadows hazard to go square. Do we go rounded. You know the the sorts of like asked that decisions that you have to sort of carry through the whole thing for to not look like some like disaster asked here but what I was hoping and I don't know if this is going to be true and it'll be I'm curious to know it your perspective as like my hope visit people are going to feel comfortable taking a hero the has rounded buns and being comfortable getting rid of the round corners just like deleting that utility goal. We kind of want not to be square. Whatever but I also know that people are necessarily going to have the imagination necessary to even think to do that some of the time yeah well. I think that's what it was like. The semen woman in the market is so different when you're building the APP. It's like you know you have to construct all of this stuff like you're literally building everything when you're building up part of Saas Upright and and the the like marketing site part is like more variation in it because there are definitely people who just install wordpress and they wanNA download some. I'm crazy theme forest thing that's got five thousand files and seven Java script systems and just like this giant monstrosity with customers but let you do all kinds of stuff so the whole thing but obviously by the flip side. You're not in some ways. You're not really targeting not market very much at all because you're still going to be doing the people who are building the whole thing. I'm from scratch that way. It's kind of you know. I think you're pure target right. He's going to be the like somebody building. They're building the marking working page. They're building the APP belt holding a lot of times now. They're one APP these days. Some you know now usually but not you know more like a bigger business building. It would usually won't build it that way. he's like a different. CMS Say Austin differing in group that does it and it's totally unrelated to the APP stuff but that's a big concern for you necessarily and what you're doing. You know your audience really yeah yeah. I think that any sense I think like in our heads trying to figure out like is what we're providing a bunch of different like sorta like themes where like you can kind of make choices says that ended up with like totally different looking sites or do we want to pitch it more like this is like the first kind of theme you know what I mean and maybe it's an only ends up being like one you know of course we're just. GonNa Start with one and see what happens but thinking of it more like okay. Steve designed all this stuff. He designed it all consistent and so it's like sugar at scale you could buy about also like with a focus on hopefully hopefully trying to make it so that people feel comfortable making little tweaks here and there to like you know put their own spin on it like for example one of the decisions that we've made up to at this point which may or may not be a good decision. We've been designing everything using just like basically like black as sort of like the primary color so whereas something something like bootstrap like primary buns are blue links are blue and you know everything looks like a blue site where dislike associates like a dark gray. That's like really neutral but still like totally polished and let people like change that to green if they have green brand color changes to blue Febblue Branko or whatever so hopefully the people stuff still turn out different just because they're just GonNa you know in Jack their own little flavor things but again. I don't know for sure like if people are going to want to do that like it's hard to know like how off the shelf do people want things to be versus how much to they just want

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"beloit" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"beloit" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Just up top a little bit of beloit why for you so there's a person a like a jane doe who is filing a lawsuit against scientology in alleges multiple human rights violations now if you know anything about scientology and you've heard deep they've seen any documentary you know about how many people work for fucking free yeah they're an a the suit alleges that she was being forced to work sixteen hour days as a child having adult scream quote sexually inappropriate comments and quote at her as part of her training organization fifteen dollars a week yeah for sixteen hour days while the thing about a about that book going clear is just all of the like what is very clearly human slavery that starts wing you are under the age of eighteen right and then like being like oh you talked out of pocket go this double wide trailer called the whole ran lick this fucking toilet the bathroom clean which is what like i think a former executive had to do a when she like they said she breached and nd eight they made her liqi bathroom floor clean yeah anyway so this shit like that and i guess the reason why this lawsuit is a little bit different is because they're not interested in cash settlement they're trying to get david miscavige the head of scientology they want him to post and they want him answering questions sion's on fucking wax about like like what's going on here because you're the head here in a lot of people have a lot of interesting things to say about what's going on and we want you to say these things under oath defend yourself under oath in there like a few other critics who were following the suit also believe that the usa government is following this case very carefully in may you could potentially bring like human trafficking charges against her that's fascinating i just turned a blind item at out tom cruise that implied he she was like having a new publicity relationship with somebody to get ahead of a story that was breaking but maybe it was this may be able to get ahead of the fact of the scientology scandal right do we know who he's having the publicity range trading like a like a stunt woman or something oh yeah yeah that's interesting that they that seems like they might be like yeah i mean that's a favorite that seems like it's the one part of his career that he refuses to let go of right it would be him rock right exactly i think he would also i could see him a with the dude from a free solo also just like kind of not really there all time and sort of like yeah let's fuck around but i mean while yeah the shit the scientology has gotten away with this is pretty wild like this this shoe has dropped at some point i feel like not to play dean is advocate hang white a i feel like it's not it's like as bad as like the catholic church is how i feel about it it's not as bad it is that oh yeah i feel like scientology is not necessarily more bad than other bad churches i mean i think eighty even call it a church and yeah yeah or like organized like some other kind of like colty things it's just a the shiny it's like so much weirder than right any other religions have it so much lovable deniability like through monday in are very old and mormon ism has all kinds of like all right up and we have this dude on wax being like and yet i start rolling right not holier not at all and i feel like it didn't even get as fucked up as it is now until david miscavige came in right mostly just in mls right damning people a the shit that so operation snow still like one of my favorite stories lick where they infiltrated b i r s and like black male ubs i asked people to get status as like a taxi ryan allegedly allegedly no no that that is operation snow white was a criminal conspiracy oh okay yeah that that happened in the set age and how they became a religious way to you walk out of the office and missouri's i can't say why expressive first wife squirrel ahah 'em well yeah when you look at so many countries where like many other countries like no get the fuck out of here right now in you rock on you know just like that out here it's not a free.

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"beloit" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"At thirty four to sixteen Saint John's flooded a ten three at the half a bed full of furious. Comeback only to come up short thirty four to sixteen once again at Royal stadium in Arden hills. And of course in our game number three. Saint Thomas feed Augsburg seventy three to fourteen unbeaten Saint Olaf was idle this week coming up a little bit later on in our post game show. We'll have a preview of next week's game around the scene. A mcalister got win on the road today at Beloit college, forty two to twenty six lanes went on the road for the Scots. They of course, one a week ago at home beating lake forest a twenty eight twenty seven. Fan McAllister returns home the take com. Lawrence next Saturday. They'll started Pat one at noon in Saint Paul get over to the northern sundial. Busy gay. Of course, all the noon game featured northern state winning at concordia Saint Paul thirty five to twenty eight upper Iowa big win at my not state forty four to nine. Now. That's a road trip. They add to my not North Dakota. Wow. Saint Cloud state beat Wayne State twenty three to seventeen in Saint Cloud. You MD on the road at Sioux Falls dog Astana, twenty eight to seventeen in the fourth one. No, no, all over Mary, fifty one to thirteen. That's another long trip for Mary from Bismarck, North Dakota known a Minnesota. Oh, my lot of time on the boss. Bemidji.

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"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Bring out the flavor of your, steak, who knew all right so you mentioned three new restaurants which are cool and they're gonna have outdoor. Space or space that's accessible to the. Outdoors right now are there. Great restaurants in the area that have outdoor space where you can dine or have tactile yes actually Lucy's number seven gourmet burger bar you probably heard me talk about they have some outdoor seating right on the sidewalk San. Suu she, has a beautiful outdoor patio and let's hope for a nice Indian. Summer so we can keep getting outside man I agree with that let's talk about this. Time of year a little bit Beloit as we head into the fall is absolutely beautiful what makes polite. So special as we head into, the fall well obviously we've got. You know river access here for fall kayaking trips. We, have a. Guide right, in Beloit you can reserve a. Kayak, get? A guided tour you can bring. Your own kayak go go down the rock river turtle creek and and, see nature right in the heart of the city See that's such a special place. That Iraq river and? Of, course we have great park some big Hill Park. Being one. Of them. Tons of trails you can go, up to the top of what used to be an old ski hill and get a beautiful view. Of the river from the below in the city so all the outdoor activities obviously are great and? We, have, tons of of, events to festival. On the rock is a big one we've got a Heritage Day out at Beckman male which. Is eighteen thirty six Chris Melville, I'll do tours they'll have all kinds of food and music and if you're. Into, cars the boy oughta. Ranna is coming up and I mean we're talking about a thousand at least cars so if you're an aficionado. That that check that out and of course we have our? Downtown, October fest coming, up too, so we have so many. Things to. Do see and experience what's the website. Stacey visit Beloit dot com, there it is visit. Beloit dot com Stacey Bodmer the, director, of marketing and PR visit Beloit great stuff Stacie thank you so much for being with us thanks For having me, man so much to do, in Beloit up next it's, our celebrity spotlight and we shine it on. An up and coming politician, in our area he has Waukesha mayor. Sean Reilly up next if our insurance.

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Trump administration seeks to limit court's 'sanctuary cities' order

The Steve Dahl Show

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Trump administration seeks to limit court's 'sanctuary cities' order

"A robert half company the trump administration is asking the supreme court to allow it to largely implemented a policy of withholding public safety grants from sanctuary cities that refuse to cooperate with president trump's immigration enforcement policies the trump administration filed a brief today asking justice elena kagan to limit a lower court ruling against the administration to chicago which sued a three judge panel of the seventh circuit court of appeals ruled against the government in april keeping in place a lower courts nationwide ruling preventing the trump administration from implementing its grant requirements the administration wants the ruling narrowed to chicago as the case proceeds before the entire appeals court and possibly to the supreme court nationwide rulings by individual judges have been a recurring frustration for the administration right now this hour some severe thunderstorms moving through the southeast southeast wisconsin a thunderstorm warning in effect for kenosha racine and walworth counties until four forty five pm these storms stretch really pretty much from west of beloit all the way over to the lake so that means dairy and lake geneva brighton kenosha all getting hit with heavy lightning and rain and thunder at this hour ethel's have identified a canadian skydiver who struck the ground it was killed south west of chicago after his parachute apparently became tangled with south county undersheriff mike renner says that the skydiver who died friday was sixty eight year old reginald herbert of kamloops british columbia he says hurlbert parachute open but appear to get tangled as it deployed and he couldn't get control of it hurlbert landed in a bean field near ottawa some eighty miles south west of chicago he was pronounced dead at the.

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"beloit" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"A follow up to that we actually do that in the office so what i've told the team and what the team has really learned in there they do it on their own which is amazing if you've problem please don't come talk to me about it unless you have a suggested salute i i can't just listen to problems come with two potential solutions like hey whitney we've got a huge issue this situation has completely crumbled and we're committed to this or whatever happened my suggested solution is either a we do x y z or be we can do this and here are the consequences of both and this is what is going to happen in each scenario and then we can talk through that and it goes to show that someone has actually thought through you know the other side of the fire how do we get out of here what's the exit strategy not just oh we in a fire this is so important and if you think of problem solving as an algorithm or soft in a way if you add headcount to say really inefficient software development project is just gonna make things take longer right so the more people you have in a way you could argue this is really important especially when you have a tiny team but the amount of beloit wasted money that can really cause problems up doesn't increase in a linear fashion when you have a hundred two hundred five hundred people five hundred people who haven't been coached on how to do this it gets more expensive and one thing i'd add that is yeah this is so important when i hire people part time contract fulltime whatever might be they learn really quickly do not come to me a with a problem without a proposed solution and if you come with proposals don't give me a twelve item multiple choice questions you can give me your top three or four i also wanna know which one do you think we should do what the bass in why have you gotten done and i might disagree with it but it's like put.

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"beloit" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"A follow up to that we actually do that in the office so what i've told the team and what the team has really learned in there they do it on their own which is amazing if you've problem please don't come talk to me about it unless you have a suggested salute i i can't just listen to problems come with two potential solutions like hey whitney we've got a huge issue this situation has completely crumbled and we're committed to this or whatever happened my suggested solution is either a we do x y z or be we can do this and here are the consequences of both and this is what is going to happen in each scenario and then we can talk through that and it goes to show that someone has actually thought through you know the other side of the fire how do we get out of here what's the exit strategy not just oh we in a fire this is so important and if you think of problem solving as an algorithm or soft in a way if you add headcount to say really inefficient software development project is just gonna make things take longer right so the more people you have in a way you could argue this is really important especially when you have a tiny team but the amount of beloit wasted money that can really cause problems up doesn't increase in a linear fashion when you have a hundred two hundred five hundred people five hundred people who haven't been coached on how to do this it gets more expensive and one thing i'd add that is yeah this is so important when i hire people part time contract fulltime whatever might be they learn really quickly do not come to me a with a problem without a proposed solution and if you come with proposals don't give me a twelve item multiple choice questions you can give me your top three or four i also wanna know which one do you think we should do what the bass in why have you gotten done and i might disagree with it but it's like put.

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"beloit" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of sports on a sunday will visit with the cardinal's president of baseball operations john moselle to closed the show we'll hear from jay delsing the saint louis former pj player talking about the final round of the masters call mclaughlin the former cardinal pitcher joins us now he's brought to you a each and every week by amarin of illinois first of all good morning secondly what is the coldest day that you can remember pitching in mclaughlin we'll get morning i tell you what there's a game in beloit wisconsin i was able in two thousand and four and we opened the season and it was nine degrees at the start of the game so i don't know what it was by the end but i remember in batting practice being out there and none of the hinders wanted to head none the pitchers wanted to be out there you can barely get the ball out of the infield and our clubhouse guy would just bringing back loads and loads of hot chocolate in the dugout to keep us warm and there there wasn't great facilities you couldn't escape it but i'll never forget that as ninety degrees at the start of the game it was miserable yesterday thirtyseven coldest temperature recorded for the start of a game in the history of busch stadium matt carpenter bare hands and michael walker was shirtsleeves when i when i pitched i always i didn't like the feel of leaves down around my hand so i always went with the three quarters no matter what the temperature was i just that's where i was most comfortable so that's what you gotta do you go with with what yeah so we'll see luke weaver today we'll talk a little bit about that a little later in this segment but what were your thoughts on what michael walk did yesterday kind of an effort in which he i like to say persevered.

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Notre Dame buzzer-beater stuns Mississippi State in NCAA women's title game

The Steve Cochran Show

01:04 min | 3 years ago

Notre Dame buzzer-beater stuns Mississippi State in NCAA women's title game

"And yeah just a hitmaker seventy four i didn't know kim you understand i kept it very quiet nypd blue hill street blues as you said la law and of course copper copper copper was on nbc for about six or seven episodes where cops would be solving a crime and secondly they break out in a show tim we've got a ten eleven not his best work but everything else was a hit nice man and finally loyola and notre dame loyola notre dame what are they have in common loyola in notre dame as well notre dame won the ncw oil i had a great show okay okay in notre dame at a great show notre dame came back from a pretty pretty sizeable deficit right fifteen down in the third quarter they play quarters in women's college basketball one of your favorite steve a rica a goon beloit she had the game winner.

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Marijuana, Illinois and Streep discussed on The Steve Cochran Show

The Steve Cochran Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Marijuana, Illinois and Streep discussed on The Steve Cochran Show

"The nation's deadliest mass shooting at the route ninety one harvest festival fifty eight people were killed the use of synthetic marijuana has caused the recent spike in illness in illinois due to that a fake we'd has now turned fatal for one person killed in illinois at sickened nearly forty statewide now the cook county sheriff's department tells the tribune now if people choose to use the product also called k two or spice they're playing russian roulette chicago police are looking for a woman this morning stabbed another woman aboard a c t eight bus last night on michigan avenue witnesses say the two women women did not know each other and that the attack was unprovoked the victim was stabbed in the back of the head she refused medical attention it happened just around ten o'clock heading north near ohio streep awaiting autopsy results on the driver of an ambulance that crashed into a building saturday in west suburban bellwood he's been identified as fifty one year old james wesley he was transporting a patient who was also killed in the crash a third person in the ambulance died of injuries later sunday and the winter snow parking ban has ended new restrictions though go into effect today wgn's roger badesch to see a bright orange street sweeping size on abraham trees a leftover leaves of last fall into winter debris lining the street gutters will be swept up between now and the beginning of november on a regular schedule science are supposed to be posted the day before sweeping i'm any given street cars legally part to be ticketed before the sweeping begins roger badesch wgn news let's get an update now from wgn sports in mark carmen and good morning just incredible college basketball game the men's final tonight but the women's final was yesterday in a rica goon beloit the game winner notre dame coming back from fifteen down in the.

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"beloit" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN

"This is this is her phd this is another i'm not going to say her name because i don't want to i'm not interested in mocking her and i'm not mocking her just reading this adventurous is a member of the anthropology department at beloit with her phd research focused on reproductive and social interaction patterns of captive female languor monkeys now what i'm about task is not political right i'm totally prepared to be political the is this because there's not much left there are so many phd's that you it becomes the remember you have to do some original research to get a phd so in her case it was reproductive and social interaction patterns of captive female languor monkeys l a n g u r i promise i am not mocking i am asking a question to whom will prove to be significant i mean it i promise you i'm not being cutie pie i when i knock things i knock things quite openly who i'm sure there's a feminist because it's their captive.

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"beloit" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It is not the pope and what am i catholic it hasn't rinat he ends with the pope what on this saturday night that the only night decide to tell me where you're whereabouts are because i might be there because your buddies with kellyanne though if there was any other comedian you think i would have dried hey i'm i'm here for jerry seinfeld hurry up in a behavior better buddies with new if if palyanda was in town and i know it more likely to go with you than i am to just be at a coconut creek casino waiting for you on the offchance that you might arrive orion a stroke because in that case i would have expected you to give me free tickets ghirma what do you got for me i know that you're counter culture so you're going to go ahead and side with cody yeah i think greg was just be are i do i hear from you on him ordered all argue billy thanks for your contribution halting find beloit is calling from favour greg so work in an angle that i'm not an angle worker donna i really hope and i know his breeder higher knowing of my life is round is a marble i'm not an angle worker put uh put it on the poll is code eased life is round is a marble at a muslim sharp is a marble by the way uh who who what are you guys want to talk about best i don't i ran young us not at all like it or not.

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"beloit" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on WDRC

"That malloy and mcdonald our best buds but it cheats the people of connecticut because we're not getting a full vetting here's that i remember about andrew mcdonald along with michael waller who was also a member of governor malloy should ministration one of the higherups in the beloit administration for more than a decade andrew mcdonald and michael lawler were cochairs of the legislature's judiciary committee both liberal democrat some would say socialists do your research on michael all of for example in your by come away with that and serving as cochairs a one of the most influential committees in the general assembly the judicial committee they blocked constructive legislation after constructive legislation that came before that committee they blocked legislation from getting a hearing they black legislation from being voted on if had got a hearing and consequently as very influential members of the legislature's judiciary committee they also were able to extend that influence beyond the judiciary committee with other legislation so that's what i remember about andrew mcdonald and you're not going to get that vetting other than from joe markley there's a reason we ask joe markley his position last month we saw this coming this is not anything that's a shock to me last month we saw this coming that andrew macdonald will be nominated by governor malloy is not done yet by the way the governor has one more nomination but an andrew macdonald will be nominated by governor malloy and so we asked senator mark lee and mark markley said he in mark eliezer a member of the senate judiciary committee he said he would vote 'no because of.

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"beloit" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Why on the so called progressives on beloit right because they're the ones who are all about international treaty this treaty yes go ahead yeah we've all got to pitch here in a we've all got to work to i never heard him talk about that when this issue is concerned elber no no no not at all i mean i think they think somebody called this the idea you have translation there was a president who you know laura mehta with bill clinton ratings yeah who is being tongueincheek um but right fight them on their own ground and like you said smoke out and it will it will show their true agenda um if trump's people are smart they would jump on that kind of uh issue because like you said why is it america i mean we appoint you're getting at is why is it america has to take on all of the problems of the world we have to take the brunt of of the immigration um like you said with the syrian river but he wanted to bring all of these thousands and tens of thousands of syrian refugees to america right right transplant them across an entire ocean into a completely different culture but no went like the they shouldn't go to saudi arabia where he shouldn't go cutter hello to japan what has a terrible labor shortage to desperately in need of absolutely even india's closer right heaven's sake where let's say you know this is the problem and whenever you start trying you know picking apart um they're bologna their baloney um arguments it falls apart but the problem is is that not enough people talk about it often enough.

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"beloit" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"A go was a task that you failed ugh i told based on his clips alerted fit in part of me was to never ask either with them how they know hits with a whole show by the no explanation as to why why there together their fred's we're going to i don't i don't wanna know it on were i just i don't see anything more to we can get you a microphone we can hear what you're saying all right so uh are you saw that we are answers question you walked around the mall and then there's no other movie you could have gone to see i literally seen everything else no mr movie pasha i went to say i win said you see i wouldn't say wall a one of my first ally cinema tricks a seat dunkirk and afterwards they were handing out hats and i thought the hell mozilla sara beloit is to emerge of ever heard i did indeed get this from rescreening of our dunkirk at all we all want us here loved it sincere the accent all shift on kirk alana occurred of how british people say donkey who see the movie we actually did you like it yes i did others grow very loud the solve i'll be honest with you also of being a bit snow be about it because harry's thousands in ah in made me not wanna like acres of autumn on this lot one direction print in on series item bashucky of what we now.

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"beloit" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"beloit" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"You hear so hits from what hollywood appeared abuse bigger rivalry do serious while state a third man is down that's who you want to do for young quarterback jordan glass thrones of the ballgame now taken old weekend greece cp spot of his third down four painted to look into to normal see receivers white signalman beloit rattled elected mascots he went to the cimpian snap which does significantly here's the snap handed out wedding between a has more significantly affected at thirty six cents a full scale as he takes it across the sixyard line abachi's convert again that's urban myron a little break tell his office of wind hey we need to help on quarterback drew option what run their save glaring good about the widest ravaged house why sipple's oh playing side who right off the bat but guys after starting with three consecutive it out so now sit to their last night on thought down first not a temple there can be settled at audited appeal to receivers white widow are pass with went to check second snack he's gotta deal handed out rebel one the website of has worked fix it back inside it's out to about the kootenai maybe there you go of footballs in all the scott that'll be a preordained outside of forty yard waddell going up second out and seven pull the plug who died were available again ohio need leading y1 twenty one at twenty jospeh tell us the receipt dear hurst k wiped down on the edge of the other defense and had a health for a loss and wherever smart was put his left foot brown or right up the middle for game sampoerna patients in the series whitewash bandeli past its takes the step will give it could weber we get along the website has more clouds ahead to the fruits you your lawn was sean gary with the tackle yard pick you up none of wiggled third doubted dubois strategy here for kevin wilson your office a quarter keep it bears wolford down for new young bloomberg illegal bad to slow.

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