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Kevin Fischer is a veteran broadcaster, the recipient of over 150 major journalism awards from the Milwaukee Press Club, the Wisconsin Associated Press, the Northwest Broadcast News Association, the Wisconsin Bar Association, and others. He has been seen and heard on Milwaukee TV and radio stations for over three decades. A longtime aide to state Senate Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature, Kevin can be seen offering his views on the news on the public affairs program, "InterCHANGE," on Milwaukee Public Television Channel 10, and heard filling in on Newstalk 1130 WISN. He lives with his wife, Jennifer, and their lovely young daughter, Kyla Audrey, in Franklin.

One trillion dollars

One of those e-mails going around that’s really good:

  
What Does one TRILLION dollars look like?

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Nice job by Channel 12 could have been nicer


It’s a Sunday ritual: reading the big morning paper, and that includes those who work in TV newsrooms.

Someone at Channel 12 saw this article in Sunday’s paper about 6-year old Sam Last of West Bend. He has a brain tumor, but thanks to the folks at Make-A-Wish Foundation, he lived his dream of singing the national anthem before a Brewer game at Miller Park.

A Channel 12 photojournalist was assigned to record Sam singing, and a portion, a short clip was broadcast on Channel 12’s 5:30 Sunday afternoon newscast with the promo that the entire national anthem could be seen on the Sunday night 10:00 newscast.

True to their word, Channel 12 did show Sam Last on the 10:00 news, but not until 10:50.

Would it have hurt to show the entire video on the 5:30 news? How about showing it earlier than 10:50 when most kids (including Sam) were probably asleep.


Here’s Sam singing.

Franklin couple struggles one year after great 2008 flood


Read their story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Culinary no-no #121

Culinary no-no's


Unquestionably, we all have our favorite foods. Collectively, as a nation, designating those favorites isn’t a tough assignment. You’ve got our pizza and tacos and hot dogs and burgers, right?

AskMen.com surveyed readers on this very topic:

“Fast food -- a little bit is great and a lot is even better (at least before it sets in your stomach). One could consider eating our true national pastime, and if the feedback we received is any indication, then move over baseball, because we only have one true passion, and food is it.  AskMen.com's faithful readers were asked about their favorite fast food in terms of quality, price and speed of service.”

Uhh, wait a minute, Kev.

Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaiiitttt a minute!

This is a no-no blog.

You’re the guy accused of being so bombastic and vitriolic all the time (Yes, I’m just an old meanie and a half), and now you come at us with a list of popular stuff. What gives?

Culinary no-no aficionados, relax.

You know that often there’s a buildup before the big bang (In more things than just one of my blogs).

We’re gettin’ to it.

We’re gettin’  to it!!

Now where was I?

Oh, yes.

AHEM.

You know, you just don’t get stuff half this good over on BrookfieldNOW.com.

Here are, according to AskMen.com, America’s Top Ten favorite Fast Foods:


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Favre as a Viking


Ouch!

The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel asked readers to submit their own photos under the theme, "Favre as a Viking." Just a few....




 

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