Saturday, September 11, 2010
Friday, September 10, 2010
HILLARY: I think that our rising debt levels poses a national security threat, and it poses a national security threat in two ways. It undermines our capacity to act in our own interests, and it does constrain us where constraint may be undesirable, and it also sends a message of weakness internationally. I mean it is very troubling to me that we are losing the ability, not only to chart our own destiny, but to, you know, have the leverage that comes from this enormously affected economic engine that has powered American values and interests over so many years.What is she saying? Wasn't it congress and the democrats who gave a what, the over a billion dollars with interest in stimulus? Obama care which is just starting to kick in? One example I know of wasteful spending locally is the side walk to no where in Pound Wisconsin. Have you seen it? It's literally a side walk from Pond to HWY 64. Pictures of this in a campaign would really show you the debt congress is running up.
So can we say Nancy Pelosi puppet Congressman Steve Kagen voted like a drunken sailor in a canoe driving up the national debt by his votes in Congress? You don't believe me, go to this link to see what the national debt is. Hillary now says this high debt "also sends a message of weakness internationally." So Kagen spends our children s future and thinks he his doing a good job for the voters of the Wis. 8th when in effect by Hillary's own statement, Kagen is putting us in national security risk.
Steve Kagen needs to go in November.
Sunday, September 05, 2010
Update, I had to change the title and added my comments below.
Seems on Friday WOZZ ended programing where 93.5 became WRQE, 93 Rock.
The station was previously under the WOZZ call sign, and was noted for airing during the 1990s and 2000s a format of classic rock from the 1960s, 70s, and 80s ("93.5 WOZZ, The Classic Rock Station"). WOZZ previously had studios in the former Fidelity Bank building in Appleton until 2008, when Midwest Communications moved all its Green Bay and Appleton-area stations under one roof in new facilities in Bellevue, Wisconsin, a Green Bay suburb; however, WOZZ (and later WRQE) continue to maintain a control room and sales office in Appleton to meet Federal Communications Commission requirements.
During the week of September 3, 2010, WOZZ ran an online stunt on Facebook under the user name "What Does It All Mean?" The profile page (see 'External Links' below) included short videos featuring WOZZ personality David Burns and painted rocks counting down days ("5 days," "4 days," etc.). Speculation was of a format flip to a more current form of mainstream rock, which is what occurred at 5PM on September 3, after REO Speedwagon's "Time for Me to Fly" concluded; at that time, a brief audio montage introduced "93 Rock", promising a mix of rock music from the 1970s, 80s, and 90s in a less-sedate on-air presentation. (Sammy Hagar's "There's Only One Way to Rock" was the first song played on "93 Rock.") With the format flip, the station adopted the WRQE call sign formerly found on its sister station at 99.7 FM in Door County (which adopted a classic rock format at the same time and day 93.5 FM adopted its new format). The Bob and Tom Show, a holdover from WOZZ, will continue to air during 93 Rock's morning drive time (5-9AM).
I added this.
What will all the pot head, dope smoking. F M type, baby boomers who listened to WOZZ going to do now that the station changed call letters and format? I'm not saying all listeners were pot heads but I know a lot of them who were.
Ah, they won't remember anyway, they smoked too much dope, lost all memeory.
Took Mrs B ATV ing Saturday. Went on the Oconto County Dusty Trails club trails. Did a 70 mile trip with our GREAT neighbors. Stopped at 11:00 for a Bloody Mary at the Wheel Inn , in Stephenson. Took the trail north to Crooked Lake. The above picture from Google is some of the fun we had slipping and sliding in mud and water from Crooked Lake to Smyth Road.
We stopped and talked to a couple of guys and they asked us if we seen a dead bear cub coming out of Crooked Lake. We told him we didn't. He said a pack of wolves killed it a couple days ago. the wolf pack must of dragged it away to eat. From there, tried to find our way to Lakewood. Got lost a couple times and decided to head back. Berry Lakers mother was visiting so we went home.
Our 2 up seat Polaris ATV
was the best investment we could of made. the trails are limitless and you can go to Michigan if you really want. From May to November the trails are open. It gives Mrs B and I time together. Thank You Lord.
It's Sunday morning. Off to church in Krakow, pick up the Sunday paper and help Mr's B can tomatoes. Big birthday party for Penelope ( Berry Laker son # 2 girlfriend) tonight, she turns 21 next week.
No, no, no, I did not forget the race at Atlanta tonight. Go # 5 old man!