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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio -14 January 2014

           Dadio's Lunch Bucket

         From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

              on Janesville Community Radio,

                       currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com
-
                      Dadio's
                               Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the
                               facing right; the mysterious Sal, scientific consultant of sorts, will remain...,
                               mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.



                                    Show Nine pod cast 14 January 2014


- Intro to hosts, crew, and the weekly show

     Bob Keith a.k.a Dadio, cheif cook and bottle washer and..., jack of all trades - master of none

     Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy ( held over at work - but, may show up)

     Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts

     Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage ( on assignment today working with the Chinese moon rover at the same sound stage used to fake U.S. moon landings )

- Dadio sings, "Love Potion Number 9" - many versions - The Clovers (1959) - The Searchers (1964)

- Sal slides into the Secondary Host for the day in lieu of poor sick Donald

- Quiz

     What happens when no candidated recieves a majority of Electoral votes in the Presidential election

     It could effect the Vice Presidential choice - it is possible a candidate from another party could recieve the office

- New Business

- Beliot International Film Festival

     Dadio and Sal discusss the annual event coming up; and, a couple of the movies are mentioned

- Old business

     Looking for a garage band to play at our remotes - The Lunch Bucket Garage Band

     Dadio reviews his plea for a better job - he plays the clip

     Segue into a holistic look at the economy via the Janesville Community Radio, Civil Discourse show, and Ol' Ross Perot

- New break music

- Donald makes it at the beginning of the second half hour

- Ross Perot joins the show and makes dire predictions about the future: "...there will be a giant sucking sound...."

- A critique of the Civil Discourse show regarding "Free Trade."

     Eric Brant takes the con side of Free Trade - Peter Bear takes the pro side of Free Trade - good radio show balance

     The Civil Discourse guys talk macro issues of Free Trade - The Lunch Bucket gang talks the micro level of Free Trade

     Local radio sings the praises of the Unemployment Benefit extensions being canned on December 28, so lazy unemployed people, "...will take any job."

     Dadio laid off dozens of times in 50 year but never took unemployment

     Taking any old job, gleaned nothing but..., "Misery."

     Dadio says, "People that take the Libertarian philosophy of "Let the weak die," can kiss his ass.

- News Segment

     Senator Glenn Grothman crafts legislation to "allow" workers to never take a day off.  Grothman claims it speaks to freedom.

     The Nazis put, "Work makes you free," over concentration camp gates

     The economy is booming again because people are buying more Chinese junk

- Word / Phase segment

     Dadios copyrighted phrase, "The Rule of 168."   There are 168 hours in a week and part-time new-norm jobs wreck every one of those hours.

     Steal Dadio's copy write stuff and the GoDaddy people will hunt you down

     We are trying to get Glenn Grothman to come on the show to explain his logic

- Lunch Bucket half-time show music the Dadio gleaned from his in-country Iraq journalist work 2006 and 2008

- If you love Free Trade and NAFTA, you'll love the TPP

     Acronyms are what really kills Americans

     Sal buys a Chinese desk for her new office - it's already broken

     The Chinese stole Dadio Lunch Bucket due to lame Free Trade copywrite rules

- Wisconisn Military Casualty segment

     Marine Corps Corporal Matthew Ross Zindars

- Fish Fry segment

     O'Riley & Conway's Irish Pub - Janesville

     Sal pops into O'Riley & Conway's, finds the Open Mick guys relaxing after their Friday Night show, pulls Andy's red wirey hair, says, "You guys suck," and then she books out.  

     Skip's Friendly Village Tavern - Afton

- Burger segment

     Skip's Friendly Village Tavern - Afton

     The Stump Olive burger gives Sal a Food-gasim

- Pizza shout-out

     Mac's Pizza Shack - Janesville

- Chinese food shout-out

     Cozy Inn - Janesville

     Oldest Chinese resturant in Wisconsin - 100 years, two owners

- Breakfast shout-out

     Meet the Dadio Lunch Bucket crew the first Sunday in February for the Janesville VFW's Cootie Breakfast

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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio -7 January 2014
               Dadio's Lunch Bucket

             From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

                 on Janesville Community Radio,

                          currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com
-
                   Dadio's
                                      Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the
                                      facing right; the mysterious Sal, scientific consultant of sorts, will remain...,
                                     mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.



                                        Show 8 pod cast - 7 January 2014

- Intro to hosts, crew, and the weekly show

     Bob Keith a.k.a Dadio, cheif cook and bottle washer and..., jack of all trades - master of none

     Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy ( taking day off to care for all things flu )

     Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts

     Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage ( on assignment today working with the Chinese moon rover at the same sound stage used to fake U.S. moon landings )

- Dadio sings "I'm Henry the VII I am"

- Sal slides into the Secondary Host for the day in lieu of poor sick Donald

- Quiz

     What other name was associated with the Janesville GM plant?

     A little history of the Janesville GM plant and of how Dadio has a few connections to said company

     Lost local icons:  GM; Parker Pen; Milton College

     Displaced workers never stop by the City Council or County Board meeting and say, "Good-bye everybody, your town sucks..., we are out of here!"

- The Dadio Disclaimer

- Old business

     Dadio steals the Janesville Community Radio Logo and puts it on dadioslunchbucket.com

     The Lunch Bucket mulls over getting a garage band for remotes

     The Dadio thanks again all the Bangladeshi children that made all our cheap radio-remote children

     The logo can be changed like the cloths on the famous fountain boy of the Menneken Pis

     Dadio could use a new job

    How Dadio found Janesville Community Radio

- News segment

      Global warming crew stuck in ice.., twice

     Unemployment extensions canned

     Micky D's guide to help its low income workers

     Stippers battle for a buck at club

- Onion headline segment

      Retirement center for unemployed disgraced seniors up and running

     The Onion has bacon X-mas ornemants

- Donald calls in from sick house with Onion headlines

- More old business

     Larry McCarren's years on that awful '70s Packer team

     The odious McCarren losing lockerroom voice

- Over the Memorial Bridge you go segment

     Chicago Bear Shea McClellin goes over the bridge for breaking Packer Arron Rodger's shoulder

- Technology segment

     Things the Internet has destroyed

     Americans miss the objective things

     The Brits miss the esoteric and subjective things

- Word segment

     Moore's Law

- Wisconsin Military Casualty segment

     Army Reserve Sergeant Nation Jon Vacho

- Friday Fish Fry and burger segment

     Dadio plugs madisonfishfry.com for plugging Dadio's fish fry page

     Jim's Pit Stop Barbecue and Deli - Janesville, Wisconisn

     Luke's Deli - Janesville, Wisconsin

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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio - 29 December 2013
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           Dadio's Lunch Bucket

            From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

     ( Special Sunday remote on the 29th of January from
        Main Street Saloon at 1:00 p.m.
)

               on Janesville Community Radio, 

                   currently
found on Blog Talk Radio .com
 -
                           Dadio's  
                                     Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the
                                     facing right; the mysterious Sal, scientific consultant of sorts, will remain...,
                                     mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.
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                               Show 7 pod cast - 29 December 2013

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 - Intro to hosts, crew, and the new show 

        Bob Keith a.k.a. Dadio, chief cook and bottle washerand..., jack of all trades - master of none 

        Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy 

        Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts (on assignment in Bengladesh)

        Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage (on assignment today working with Chinese moon rover at same sound stage used to fake U.S. moon landings)

 - Live Show from location remote at Main Street Saloon in Janesville, Wisconsin

        Today's bartender - Shanda

        Big day for Packers and the Bears - winner goes to NFL playoffs

        Call show at 323 580 5769

 - In lieu of two holiday shows on Xmas Eve and New Years Eve we are doing this special Sunday remote show

 - Thank you to NAFTA

        Dadio buys 400 dollars of remote radio equipment for 13 Bucks on Amazon
            Made by Bengladeshi children

 - It's the first time the Lunch Bucket has been a two-man show

 - We bought the damn Dot Com for dadioslunchbucket.com from GoDaddy

        Find a review of each weeks discussions and chicanery on the Web site

 - Truck Diver Jerry stops by

 - "Rustic" Dadio drinks $7:50 latte with people of means and hawks his radio show to them with no avail

 - Quiz

        How many Super Bowls did Jim McMahon play in and what were the teams?

 - Dadio reviews why he never drinks alcohol while on live radio

        Dadio sees a drunk camel in the war zone

 - Robert's Rules of Order - no old business

 - New Business

 - The new Lunch Bucket logo compliments of Janesville Community Radio

        Is it a lunch bucket in Mr. Microphone's little hand or a...., man purse?

        The Lunch Bucket show was the hardest show to draw a logo for

 - Start-up radio is like holding together a garage band and a business out of your garage

        It's risky, fun, and..., no one is in charge

        Donald has been at every Lunch Bucket Show so far

 - Holiday family gathering segment

        Headlines and self help

        theonion.com has the best anecdotes

        More infor about ol' Uncle Smitty and Dick Trickle

 - Packer analysis segment

        Matt Flynn asked to save the Packers

        Larry McCarren's lockeroom voice

        Wayne Larrivee - former Bear announcer

 - Philadelphia Eagle fans kill Santa in 1968

 - Howard Cosell (drunk?) vomits on Monday Night Football in 1970

 - Fish Fry and Burger segment combined

        Lori's Bar & Grill - Lamartine, Wisconsin

 - Wisconsin Military Casualty segment

        Army Private First Class Isaih Robert Hunt - Suamico, (Green Bay) Wisconsin

 - Word segment

        "Taxi Squad" - a sordid NFL origin via the original Cleveland Brown

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Janesville's contribution to the Orwellian gem of..., "traffic calming" - PoliticoDadio - Week of 6 March 2013

    The Orwellian gem, the consummate obfuscation of social engineering vernacular, a masterful oxymoron rivaling the classic phrases of "collateral damage" and "friendly fire," is ubanity's contribution known as..., "traffic calming." 

    Look at the words; dissect them. Traffic = vehicles moving down the street.  Calming = to settle down or become tranquil.  An object like a lake can be calm, as can a person, say a soldier, even when under fire.  But, traffic? There is just something inherently cynical and creepy about connecting the words "traffic" and "calming."  It implies "traffic" has a biological nature.  It is alive then? Like a colony of ants? 

    None-the-less, the phrase has shown up in the last 25 years.  And in general, the concept involves slowing traffic down - planned inefficiency, and convenient inefficiency, generally to save people from themselves.  Techniques like narrowing streets, installing traffic circles, removing lanes, incorporating unnecessary curves, using uncomfortable surfaces such as bricks, and even installing a cacophony of bumps, all fit the traffic calming rubric.  

    Engineers and planners break their arms patting themselves on the backs after completion of the aforementioned constructs.  

    Here's the problem, peoples.  The Janesville economy sucks; and, what businesses and workers that have survived the last eight years of economic misery, need to get to where they need to be in an efficient and timely manner to survive. Intentional slowing of an already ill economy is nitwittery ad nauseam.  

    Janesvilles contribution is juvenile. Due to their local economy having been devastated now for years, there is minimal money to build traffic play lands.  So, with little other options, the city manipulators have tinkered with the stop and go lights making them hopelessly out of sync.  

    Ironically, back in the heyday of Janesville's industrial prowess, it was common boast of how one could roll down the main boulevard of Milton Avenue for almost five miles and never hit a red light. 

    No more!

    Of 17 stop and go lights on Milton Avenue from Kettering Street on the north side, all the way to Five Points just south of downtown, you will be lucky to make one or two green lights on the fly. 

    What's worse, cross streets along Highway 14 and also along Milton Avenue in the north side strip mall area often maintain stop lights breaking traffic from crossing those said main drags for up to four minutes - especially after dark. 

    Whether the nanny-staters' and their urban planners acknowledge it or not, America, and especially the mid-west, survives on movement of goods, services, consumers, and workers. 

    And, this movement is for the most part facilitated by..., motor vehicles. 

    In a city devastated by unemployment, foreclosures, bankruptcies, and business closures, the inefficient movement of the remaining economy is..., well..., ludicrous.  It reveals a disturbing disconnect between unelected administrators of social order..., and reality.

    The joke on the street - no pun intended - is that you can't escape from Janesville...,  via vehicle...,  

    ..., you will more likely die of old age at a stop light while trying while trying to make your get-a-way from the troubled city.
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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio - 24 December 2013

           Dadio's Lunch Bucket


         From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

              on Janesville Community Radio, 

                   currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com

 
                   Dadio's  
                                     Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the
                                     facing right; the  mysterious Sal, scientific consultant of sorts, will remain...,
                                     mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.


- Dadio's Lunch Bucket Remote - Sunday, December 29th, 2013 at 12:30 P.M. 

    In lieu of our normal show today which is X-mass eve, and our show next week on Tuesday the 31 which is New Year's Eve, we will be trying to do a show live, from the Main Street Saloon down on...., Main Street, in Janesville, Wisconsin on Sunday, December 29th, 2013. Show start time is 12:30 P.M. The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears will also be playing..., pending any NFL game-time changes. But...., in the event of said possibility, there is always a game on tv somewhere on Sundays. The show will go on. And we are on home turf at Main Street Saloon..., just a chip shot from the Janesville Community Radio studio. In any eventuality, being a tavern, there will beer readily available to purchase from your favorite bartender. The Janesville Community Radio Family has been invited to be on hand..., and they will be put on mic if any of them do indeed show up. Hopefully, meet of the perpetrators of the new radio project.
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Janesville's trash collection cost doubles; GM Plant on standby 'til 2015; Residents find no correlation and satisfied with new "Service Culture" revenues - PoliticoDadio - Week of 3 July 2013
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Janesville's trash collection cost doubles; GM Plant on standby 'til 2015; Residents find no correlation and satisfied with new "Service" culture revenues - PoliticoDadio - Week of 3 July 2013

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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio - 17 December 2013

           Dadio's Lunch Bucket



           From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

           on Janesville Community Radio, 

                  currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com


                          
Dadio's             
            
Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the facing right; the  
               mysterious Sal, scientific  consultant of sorts, will remain..., mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc
               producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.  




                           Show 6 pod cast - 17 December 2013       

- Intro to hosts, crew, and the sixth show 

         
Bob Keith a.k.a. Dadio, chief cook and bottle washer and..., jack of all
          trades - master of none 

          Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy 

          Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts

- It's amature, community radio..., Sal blows in at the last minute, and the Dadio takes some duct tape from his work jeans and patches the studio desk

- The Chi-Comms (Communist Chinese) are on the Moon..., wrecking our shit!!!

- Quiz - Related to Communist China's Most Favored Nation trade status with the U.S.

- Dadio's Lunch Bucket Remote - Sunday, December 29th, 2013 at 12:30 P.M. 

a         We will be trying to do a show live, from the Main Street Saloon down on...., Main Street, in Janesville, Wisconsin on December 29th, 2013. Show start time is 12:30 P.M. The Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears will also be playing..., pending any NFL game-time changes. But...., in the event of said possibility, there is always a game on tv somewhere on Sundays.  The show will go on. And we are on home turf at Main Street Saloon..., just a chip shot from the Janesville Community Radio studio. In any eventuality, being a tavern, there will beer readily available to purchase from your favorite bartender. The Janesville Community Radio Family has been invited to be on hand..., and they will be put on mic if any of them do indeed show up. 
Hopefully, meet of the perpetrators of the new radio  project. 

- Dadio's strict no-drinking of alcohol on the radio air policy and its 
origin. 
But, he has no rule about drinking at or before radio meetings...,

- Opps - canceled due to weather 

          We had done a promo for a pal of Dadio and the Donald - Ken Curtis and co-musician Ken Arneson
 were going to play at 7:00 p.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday the 21st at HHFFRRRGGH Inn, on the east side of Janesville, Wisconsin. Good guitar and vocal stuff..., catch'm next time.

- Magazine segment

           Wired Magazine sings the praises of Bill Gates and Bill Clinton..., as
           they are all lubby-dubby 
nowadays.

           
Bill Clinton's Government sued the crap out of Bill Gates' back in 1998
           for being a "mean spirited 
bad acting company."  The company was at risk
           of being broken up. 

- Old Business

          
Wrestler "Nature Boy" gives away brides

          Iron County's city of record Hurley, must not be confused with Hurley
          clothing of Costa Mesa, 
California. 

- Word of the Day Segment 

          
"Shy Bladder Syndrome" officially called Paruresis, so says Sal

          
There are many other names for this condition..., that Donald has...,
          one is on George Carlin's 
"Can't say in media" list 

          
In other words, you can't pee in front of others, imagined or otherwis

- Jobs - working class, blue collar segment

          Dadio's bar-tender pal Machine Gun Meggy pays 400 dollars to get a finger 
nail paint'n license...,
but poetically, only pays 50 bucks for a license to carry license to carry a big pistol..., although a staunch 
Libertarian, Dadio just finds this ironic. 

- The Dadio crew reveals too much about their hair affairs

          
Donald once had long pretty locks
          
Sal gets her hair cut by a first-time barber
          Dadio has out-of-control Andy Rooney eye brows 

- Dadio called in to a "Time-Bandit" job for two hours

          That's two hours the nursing home will not ever give him or his beer a  
          chance to re-do

Burger segment

          
Donald critiques the burgers at the Waterfront in Delavan, Wisconsin

- The Dadio crew argues time ritual importance of eating "supper" a

- Wisconsin Military Casualty Segment

          Army Specialist Eric James Poelman, Racine, Wisconsin (born in Janesville, 
          Wisconsin).  

- Fish Fry segment

         
White Oak, Janesville, Wisconsin - a well kept secret 
         A gem hiding in plain sight
         
The place Dadio once lost his cane and then never used on again
         Sal parses cole slaw nuances

- Sal's extraodinary memory will make some man very sad some day

- Over the Rock River Memorial Bridge y' go segment a

          
"The Bills" ( Bill Gates and Bill Clinton) get foisted over the Memorial Bridge

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Army Reserve Captain Russell Gilbert Seager - Wisconsin Military Casualty Compilation - Afghanistan / Iraq

     Army Reserve Captain Russell Gilbert Seager, 51, of Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin, died on Thursday, November 5th, 2009 at Fort Hood, Texas.  He was killed during an ambush on a group of military personnel by a fellow service member. Captain Seager was assigned to the 467th Medical Company, based out of Madison, Wisconsin. He was one of 300 soldiers who were lined up to get shots,  vaccinations, and eye-testing at the Soldier Readiness Center at Fort Hood when the attack occurred. The soldiers were processing upon return from overseas, or were preparing to be sent overseas. A disgruntled U.S. Army psychiatrist killed 13 people and injured more than 30 others before he was apprehended.  

The Web site findagrave.com indicates Russel Seager was born on March 15, 1958 Wisconsin. Seager was a nurse practitioner who had joined the Army at 47 years old. He was also an instructor at Bryant and Stratton College. Russell Seager's degrees included a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and a Masters of Science in Nursing from Marquette University College of Nursing. Seager took special interest in working with soldiers who were suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He also loved playing tennis as well as his teaching. Captain Russell Seager was scheduled to go to Afghanistan in December and had gone to Fort Hood for training. 

     The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel described Russel Seager as a "quiet helper". Seager was one of two soldiers from Wisconsin killed during the Fort Hood attack. He was licensed as a registered nurse and an advanced practice nurse prescriber. Seager worked at Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; and, he was a primary caregiver who provided mental health services to patients. Th Journal Sentinel went on to say that Seager had taught classes at Bryant & Stratton College in Milwaukee since 2005. He was  pursuing a doctorate in education. The Journal Sentinel went on to quote a profile of Seager put together by WUWM-FM.  Seager led a mental health team at the VA and served a wide age-range of military patients from anywhere in their 20s to their 90s.  Neighbors remember Seager and his wife as keeping pretty much to themselves except for an occasional walk around the neighborhood. He sometimes wore his uniform when going to the corner to pickup mail. The profile quoted by the Journal Sentinel also says Seager had a doctorate in alternative medicine. He was part of a combat stress control unit, which was assigned to watch for warning signs among soldiers on the front lines. These warning signs might include: Things such as anger; insubordination; signs of depression; and personality changes. 

     The Journal Times out of the Racine, Wisconsin, area notes that Russel Seager was known as "Rusty" to his family. He was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He met his wife Cynthia who also worked in the nursing field. A former administrator at Ridgewood Care Center said Seager was gifted in the skills of working with mentally ill patients. Before arriving in Texas, Captain Seager had spent time in California and Kansas training for his deployment overseas. While at Bryant & Stratton College, Seager taught the medical assisting and nursing programs. Seager was pursuing a doctorate of education and it was assumed he would return to teaching after his tour of duty. Russel Seager is remembered as a good student himself and was always on the Dean's list and, he was a life-long learner. At Cardinal Stritch University, he received two bachelor's degrees in the 1980s. He later served as an adjunct professor of nursing at Cardinal Stritch. 

     A subsiquent Journal Times article went on to list all of Russell Seager's degrees, certifications, studies, and teaching as: 1983 Bachelor of Science, Cardinal Stritch University; 1986 Bachelor of Arts (cum laude), Cardinal Stritch University; 1991 Bachelor of Science in nursing (magna cum laude), Marquette University; 1996 Master of Science in nursing (summa cum laude), Marquette University; 1998 advanced graduate coursework, Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology; 2000 post-graduate studies in gerontological nursing, Marquette University; 2007 Doctor of Medicine in alternative medicines, Open International University in Calcutta, India; Certifications include registered nurse, adult nurse practitioner, professional counselor, and psychiatric mental health nurse; and, he served as a faculty member at Bryant & Stratton College, Concordia University, Marquette University and Cardinal Stritch University.

An article in the Washington Post quoted Russell's uncle Larry Seager as saying in regards to his nephew's love of education, "I don't think he missed a year of school since he was 18, ....He just had to keep learning."

     A tribute found on WUWM.com quotes a colleague as saying, "Dr. Seager was the kind of man who went above and beyond his teaching role. Students saw him as a father figure, someone who cared about them, someone who challenged them, someone who gave them positive reinforcement and told them for the first time that they could accomplish something." He was also remembered for his tests always being on bright colored paper to give his students, "a happy spirit." His tests were remembered as difficult but his presentation set students with a good attitude. 

     A FaceBook page dedicated to Russell Seager said he was in the Primary Care Mental Health Integration Program. He was remembered as "someone you could always call on, ...He would stop everything to make time to see you. You couldn't put a price tag on what Russell gave to us. He'd go that extra mile for you."  He was also remembered as a great listener. He joined the VA Medical Center in 2008 and was a member of the US Army 330th Medical Brigade. He was greatly respected by his fellow employees. 

     A Chicago Tribune story quoted family as saying, "Rusty would never brag about anything, but you could just tell (that he was proud) in the way he talked. He wasn't a guy who tried to pat himself on the back, ...Growing up in Racine, Seager was always an excellent student and enjoyed the thrill he received from learning, ...Every chance he got, he went to school. ... He said, 'I'll never be too old to go to school because there's always something to learn." 

     At the time of his death, Army Reserve Captain Russell Seager was survived by his by his wife Cindy; son Joe; his father; sister Barb Prudhomme; brother-in-law, Dennis Prudhomme; and, uncle Larry Seager.

     Army Reserve Captain Russell Seager was laid to rest at Pine Edin Cemetery in Wonewoc, Juneau County, Wisconsin, near Mauston, where his mother is buried.

Information for this short biography about Army Reserve Captain Russell Gilbert Seager was pieced together from the following sources: findagrave.com, "Capt Russell Gilbert Seager," November 6, 2009; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Slain Mount Pleasant soldier called a 'quiet helper'," November 6, 2009; journaltimes.com, "The life of Russell Seager," November 09, 2009; journaltimes.com, "Russell Seager, a lifetime learner," November 09, 2009; articles.washingtonpost.com, "Russell Seager joined the Army Reserve about four years ago," November 06, 2009; preview.wuwm.com, "Tribute to a Fallen Soldier," November 11, 2009; facebook.com, "Russell Seager"; articles.chicagotribune.com, "Homewood soldier was 1st target at Fort Hood," November 09, 2009; Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs "Fallen Heroes Page"; and, CNN.com "War Casualties Page.

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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio - 10 December 2013

           Dadio's Lunch Bucket


                         From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

                  on Janesville Community Radio, 

                  currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com


                         
Dadio's             
         
Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the facing right; the 
               mysterious Sal, scientific  consultant of sorts, will remain..., mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc
               producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.  

          Show 5 pod cast - 10 December 2013

               - Intro to hosts, crew, and the new show 

                    
Bob Keith a.k.a. Dadio, chief cook and bottle washer
                    and..., jack of all trades - master of none 

                   
Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy 

                   
Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts 

                  
Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage (on assignment today)

               - Donald wishes his cruise's bathroom brakes so he can get free stuff
 
               - Sal's Aunt Friends everybody with Sal's Mom's name

              
- Bob goes to a "high culture" wedding with a wrestling theme

               - Wisconsin ranks #3 in taverns nation-wide
                   
Wisconsin's Iron County ranks #1 for taverns nation wide

              
- Quiz - Related to Wisconsin Governors and tavern gaming
                          - no winner

              
- Tavern book

                    "
Bottoms Up: A toast to Wisconsin Historical Bars and
                    Breweries"

                   
Low Culture Dadio in the dark on "fern bars"

              
- Illinois goes crazy with cigarette butt flicking


               - New Dadio's Lunch Bucket dot com:
http://dadioslunchbucket.com
.
.
               - Review of Sal's on-air diagnosis of Dadio's "peculiar" thought patterns

               - Word Segment

                   "Tangential Thinking"

                   There's an "R" in wash

                - Parsing Wisconsin taverns and their consummate "five" gaming
                  machines

              - Minnesota quarter recalled

              - The Ed Thompson variable in Wisconsin tavern gaming culture

                   "Ed" the consummate Wisconsin free spirit
                   Ed stabbed by Daily the butcher
                   Sal  votes for "Ed Thompson" for governor
                        based on his fish frys and..., his good brandy old fashioneds

             - Giggles the fawn

                  Giggles' headlines
                  Who the hell snitches off a baby fawn?
                  Goose with no I.D. arrested too
                  D.N.R. - Damn near Russia

             - Burger segment

                  East Point Sportz Bar - Janesville, Wisconsin

             - Wisconsin Military Casualty segment

                  Army Corporal Keith Alan Nurnberg - McHenry, Illinois
                  and Genoa City, Wisconsin

             - Friday Night Fish Fry segment

                  Glarner Stube - New Glarus, Wisconsin

            - Largest Urinal in the U.S.

            - Shy Bladder Syndrome

            - Sal..., fruit fly vigilante

            - No snuggles in liberal Madison, Wisconsin

            - Over the Rock River Memorial Bridge y' go segment

                 Wisconsin D.N.R. Warden Jennifer Neimeyer

                 Wisconsin D.N.R. Spokesman Bill Cosh

                 "Over the Bridge y'al go, guys!!!  Water's coooold."

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Army Staff Sergeant Amy Sue Krueger - Wisconsin Military Casualty Compilation - Afghanistan / Iraq

    Army Staff Sergeant Amy Sue Krueger, 29, of Kiel, Wisconsin, died on Thursday, November 5, 2009 at Fort Hood, Texas. Staff Sergeant Krueger was a member of the U.S. Army Reserves' 467th Medical Command Detachment, a Madison-based unit that helps treat soldiers for combat stress. She was killed with 12 other people when an Army psychiatrist opened fire on soldiers proceeding through deployment preparations at Fort Hood, in Killeen, Texas.

    The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said that Amy Krueger was a 1998 graduate of Kiel High School in Kiel, Wisconsin. Kiel is an eastern Wisconsin town of around 3,500 people. She joined the Army shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. At that time she and a college friend joined the Army Reserves. Krueger had deployed previously to Afghanistan, in 2003. On that mission she, assisted soldiers dealing with combat stress as part of a military support unit. When killed at Fort Hood Staff Sergeant Krueger was preparing for another mission in Afghanistan. Friends remembered Krueger as, "... an outgoing, happy, caring and unselfish person;" and, "She had a toughness beneath the cheery disposition." Family is quoted as remembering her as feisty and determined. 

    Information found on the Web site iwantthenews.com indicates Amy Krueger's 2003 Afghanistan mission was as a member of the Army Reserve Unit in Menasha, Wisconsin, which was a detachment of the 452nd Combat Support Hospital out of Milwaukee. Krueger was deployed to serve in a 24-bed hospital, treating mostly American soldiers with combat stress, and teaching anger and stress management classes.

    The Web site freedomremembered.com notes that Amy Krueger was born on August 7, 1980 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. She began college at the University of Wisconsin-Sheboygan. After basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, she was stationed in San Antonio, Texas, were she graduated as a Mental Health Specialist. In 2003 Krueger was deployed to Bagram Air Field, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. She returned home in the summer of 2003 and returned to college at UW Sheboygan and received an Associate's Degree in Arts and Science. During that same era she also graduated from Lakeshore Technical College's (LTC) Emergency Medical Technician program. She also graduated with honors from the Certified Nursing Assistant program at LTC. The Web site went on to say Krueger was the first female member of the Kiel VFW Post 6707. In 2008, while working on her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, Krueger volunteered for another mission in Afghanistan. In October of 2009 she left home for that tour of duty. Before she left she got a tattoo with a tattered flag in the background with the words which read, "All Gave Some, Some Gave All. Sacrifice." 

    An obituary found on the Web site meaningfulfunerals.net notes that Amy Krueger was a member of St. Peter’s United Church of Christ in Kiel. She was an active athlete at Kiel High School and UW Sheboygan. She had played basketball and softball in high school. She was known to friends as "Kruegs." The Web site said, "She always enjoyed spending time with her family and friends, shooting pool, playing sheepshead, being social and lived every day to the fullest." She had played on two summer softball teams summer and also a volleyball team. One of the softball teams she played for took first place at a state tournament in Sparta.

    The Greenbay Press Gazette indicates Krueger was a member of the UW-Sheboygan women’s basketball team that made it to the state championship game in 1999. She had attended the college from fall 1998 to fall 2001; she finished her associate’s degree upon returning in 2006. The Pres Gazette went on to say that teammates and coaches remember her as a reserve who made up in effort what she lacked in skill. The coach is quoted as saying, "[Krueger] was the most well-liked player on the team, and she was probably the hardest worker," 

    At the time of her death, Army Staff Sergeant Amy Krueger was survived by her parents Jeri Krueger and David Diem; her adoptive father Mark (Denise) Krueger; her sister Jessica; her brother Casey; a step brother Ryan Turba; step sisters Heather Turba, Michelle May, and Adrianne & Stacy Jackson; grandparents Jack (Sharon) Rief and Ray & Carolyn; Aunts and Uncles Bill (Sue) Rief, Sue (Mike) Wusterbarth, Steve (Leslie) Diem, Jim Diem, Debbie (Eugene) Kutz-Falle, Dan (Brenda) Krueger, Sara (Timm) Amundson; her special niece, Alicia; and, cousins Stephanie, Theresa, Jacqueline, Emily, Breanna, Taylor, Peyton, Michelle, Morgan, Natalie, Jason, Josh, Jeanna, Jenna, Shaun, Cheyenne, and Sierra. 

    Army Staff Sergeant Amy Krueger was laid to rest at Schleswig Cemetery, Town of Schleswig (Rockville), just outside Kiel, Wisconsin.

Information for this short biography about Army Staff Sergeant Amy Sue Krueger was pieced together from the following sources: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "2001 terrorism attack motivated Krueger: Friends recall Kiel native as sweet, caring and tough," November 6, 2009; iwantthenews.com, "KHS grad, Amy Krueger, killed in Fr. Hood shootings," November 6, 2013; freedomremembered.com, "Sgt Amy S. Krueger," November 10th, 2009; meaningfulfurnerals.net, "SSG Amy Krueger"; greenbaypressgazette.com, "Kiel soldier's mom says slain daughter Amy Krueger signed up to serve day after Sept. 11, 2001," November 6, 2009; Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs "Fallen Heroes Page"; and, CNN.com "War Casualties Page.

Note
: This "Wisconsin Military Casualties Afghanistan Iraq Compilation" Daily Dadio blog Category is under construction. Go to the Cooldadiomedia Web site and the
Wisconsin War Casualties Page for a list of names noted by date of death. ( If readers know of other military service persons with Wisconsin connections that are not on the Web site comprehensive list of fatal casualties, or notice errors, please email Bob Keith at keithrg13@cooldadiomedia.com ).
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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio - 3 December 2013

           Dadio's Lunch Bucket


                         From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

                  on Janesville Community Radio, 

                  currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com


                         
Dadio's             
         
Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the facing right; the 
               mysterious Dr. Sal, scientific  consultant of sorts, will remain..., mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc
               producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.  

          Show 4 pod cast 3 December 2013

              
- Intro to hosts, crew, and the new show

                    Bob Keith a.k.a. Dadio, chief cook and bottle washer and...,
                    jack of all trades - master of none

                    Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy 

                    Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts 

                    Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage (on assignment
                    today)

               - call-in number 323-580-5769

               - The Lunch Bucket crew obtain and play the 18 1/2 minutes of the 
                     missing Nixon Watergate tapes


               - call-in number 323-580-5769

               - Sal hates seat belts

               - Quiz - related to tavern gaming machines - no winner

               -  Robert's Rules of Order..., explained

               - More on Chinese tourists
 
               - segue book of the day
                        
                    "Nickel and Dined: On (Not) Getting By in America" (2001)
                     by Barbara Ehrenreich Ph.D.

               - Resourting to the odious day labor service for work


               - Mom and Pop neighborhood Walmart stores

                      
                  Drunk man steals turkeys from neighborhood Walmart


               - Illinois Secretary of State cracks down on Handicap parking
                 cheats

 
             
- Dropping Jeffery Dahmer's name in pick-up lines


               - Word of the Day - "Sardonic"


                    Sardonic laughter in regards to senilicide


                    "Over the cliff you go grandpa, ha ha haaaa!!!"


               - Sal diagnoses Dadio lie on-air, with having Circumstantiality
                  Disorder
bordering on Tangential Thinking...,

               - Pizza Guy 357 reveals tips go up after Wisconsin Concealed-carry
                  enacted


               - Burger segment


                    Looking Glass - Janesville, Wisconsin


               - Wisconsin Military Casualty segment

                    Marine Corps Private First Class Andrew Jason McFall
                    Halverson - 
Muscoda (and Rock County connections), Wisconsin

               - Friday Fish Fry segment

                    Wedges - Janesville, Wisconsin

               - Friday night's Open Mick show reveals Brett Favre communicates 
                 in "Huddle Speak" dialect

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Sergeant Nickolas Anthony Mueller - Wisconsin Military Casualty Compilation - Afghanistan / Iraq

    Sergeant Nickolas Anthony Mueller, 26, of Little Chute, Wisconsin, died in Darreh-ye Bum, Badghis Province, in northwestern Afghanistan on October 26, 2009. He was killed due to the crash of the MH-47 Chinook helicopter he was aboard. Sergeant Nickolas Mueller was assigned to the 3rd Battalion, 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne), known as the Night Stalkers, out of Hunter Army Airfield, Savannah, Georgia. Sergeant Mueller was one of seven soldiers killed in the incident. Two choppers were involved in the crash. 

    The Web site projects.militarytimes.com using information from the Department of Defence notes that three agents from the Drug Enforcement Administration were also killed in the crash. Thick dust is blamed for the crash; the chopper Mueller was in was said to have hit a large building. 

    The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel notes the village of Little Chute is in Outagamie County, Wisconsin, which is just west of Green Bay. Nickolas Mueller was a 2002 graduate of Little Chute High School. He was a member of the school's wrestling and football teams for the majority his high school years. The Journal Sentinel went on to say that Mueller was in the pep band, jazz band, and sang in the school's choir. He also was homecoming king in his senior year. He is remembered as a well liked young man. Sergeant Mueller was a crew chief on one of the helicopters. He had spent more than 400 combat flight hours as a crew chief on Chinook helicopters. The Journal Sentinel also mentioned Family members are quoted as saying Nickolas always wanted to be a fighter pilot. He had a long interest in the military and aircraft. Family also noted he was very proud of his burgundy beret he wore as a Special Operations soldier.

    The Web site arlingtoncemetery.net using information from the Washington Post and the Associated Press, mentioned the Pentagon said the helicopter crashed while returning from the scene of a battle with suspected Taliban drug traffickers. It is not believed the crash was a result of hostile fire. Mueller was remembered in school as outgoing and gregarious and he enjoyed debating with his teachers. Family rembered him as upbeat and able to make people laugh. Aside from wrestling and football, he ran track, sang in his school's choir, and played the baritone saxophone. Mueller joined the Army in June 2004. After basic training, he served for two years with the 252nd Aviation Battalion at Camp Humphries, South Korea, reparing helicopters. He then joined Special Operations as a flight engineer in 2007. He had reenlisted in the Army twice and was on his third deployment to Afghanistan at the time of his death. Sergeant Mueller had been in Afghanistan for approximately a month when the fatal crash occurred. The arlingtoncemetery.net obituary went on to mention Nickolas' dream was to someday be a fighter pilot. He also enjoyed his motorcyle. Nickolas met his girl friend in September of 2008.

    Wisconsin 2009 Joint Assembly Resolution 104 notes Nickolas Mueller was born in Appleton, Wisconsin, on June 21, 1983. He followed in the footsteps of his grandfather, father, and uncles who also served in the military. After joining the Army in June of 2004, he attended basic training at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, and then took advanced individual training at Fort Eustis, Virginia. 

    The Web site nicksridetoremember.com notes Mueller’s military training as including the Warrior Leader Course; Special Operations Training Course; and, the Survival, Evasion, Resistance and Escape Course.

    Sergeant Mueller's military awards include: The Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon; Army Service Ribbon; Overseas Service Ribbon; Combat Action Badge; Basic Aviation Badge; Army Good Conduct Medal; National Defense Service Medal; Korean Defense Service Medal; Global War on Terrorism Service Medal; two Meritorious Service Medals; five Air Medals; and, three Bronze Star Medals.

    At the time of his death Sergeant Nickolas Mueller was survived by his parents, Sharon and Larry Mueller; older brother John (Stefani) Mueller; his girlfriend Heather Huckett; niece and nephew Audrey and Jaxon; and, maternal grandparents, Henry "Bud" and Jeannine West. Sergeant Mueller was also survived by and uncles and aunts John Mueller, Barb (Vaughn) Knuth, Anne (Rollie) Kiesow, Donna Kohls, Joe (Nat) West, Linda Gleason, and Mike (Dawn) West. 

    Sergeant Nickolas Mueller was laid to rest at Section 60 Site 9196 in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.

Information for this short biography about Army Sergeant Nickolas Anthony Mueller was pieced together from the following sources: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Soldier from Little Chute among victims in Afghanistan helicopter crash," October 27, 2009; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Sgt. Nickolas A. Mueller, United States Army, 26," May 30, 2010; arlingtoncemetery.net, "Nickolas A. Mueller: Sergeant United States Army," arlingtoncemetery.net, Department of Defense, Associated Press, Washington Post, "Soldier who was 'living his dream' recalled at Arlington cemetery: Sergeant Nickolas A. Muller died in Afghanistan helicopter crash," November 16, 2009; 2009 Assembly Joint Resolution, "Relating to: the life and military service of Sergeant Nickolas A. Mueller," January 22, 2010; nicksridertoremember.com, "Sgt. Nickolas Mueller";
Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs "Fallen Heroes Page"; and, CNN.com "War Casualties Page.

Note: This "Wisconsin Military Casualties Afghanistan Iraq Compilation" Daily Dadio blog Category is under construction. Go to the Cooldadiomedia Web site and the
Wisconsin War Casualties Page for a list of names noted by date of death. ( If readers know of other military service persons with Wisconsin connections that are not on the Web site comprehensive list of fatal casualties, or notice errors, please email Bob Keith at keithrg13@cooldadiomedia.com ).
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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio - 26 November 2013

           Dadio's Lunch Bucket


                         From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

                  on Janesville Community Radio, 

                  currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com


                         
Dadio's             
         
Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the facing right; the 
               mysterious Dr. Sal, scientific  consultant of sorts, will remain..., mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc
               producer and astronomy sage, took the pic.  

      Show 3 pod cast 26 November 2013 

              - Intro to hosts, crew, and the new show 

                  
Bob Keith a.k.a. Dadio, chief cook and bottle washer and..., jack of 
                   all trades - master of none

                   Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy

                  
Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts (on assignment
                   today)

                  Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage

            - call-in number 323-580-5769

            - Women use frozen turkeys as weapons in grocery melee

            - Hypothetical voyage to 51 Pegasi b

            
- Pluto - working-class planet..., fired

            
- Word of the Day segment - "Oxymoron"

            
- Quiz - Related to Nixon and the "Drug War" - Winner

            - Dick Nixon gives nod to China in '72

            
- Dick Nixon puts marijuana in jail in lieu of its smokers

            
- Communist Chinese tourists ordered to not pick nose 
              and pee in public

             
- Illinois' under-the-radar new Medical marijuana laws

             
- Wisconsin Military Casualty segment

                 
Army National Guard Specialist Justin Wayne Linden -
                  Clinton, Wisconsin

             
- Friday Fish Fry Segment

                  
Pitcher's Mound - Beloit, Wisconsin

             - Blue-collar work story

                  Inappropriate-affect dude in the swimming pool

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Army National Guard Sergeant Ryan C. Adams - Wisconsin Military Casualty Compilation - Afghanistan / Iraq

    
Army National Guard Sergeant Ryan Christopher Adams, 26, Rhinelander, Wisconsin, was killed on Friday, October 2, 2009 in Logar Province, Afghanistan. Enemy forces attacked his vehicle using rocket-propelled grenades. He was assigned to the 951st Engineer Company (Sapper), Wisconsin Army National Guard out of Rhinelander, Wisconsin. 

    
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel noted seven other Guard soldiers were injured in the incident. About 100 soldiers from the unit were deployed to Afghanistan. Their mission was one of combat engineering tasks including clearing routes for the 101st Airborne Division. Adams had also been deployed with the unit to Iraq from May 2003 to April 2004. At that time the unit went under the moniker of Company C, 724th Engineer Battalion. Adams had joined the National Guard in 2001 after he graduated from Rhinelander High School. The Journal Sentinel went on to mention Ryan played quarterback on the football team; he also played baseball. He was also a volunteer for Angels on My Shoulder, a nonprofit cancer support group. An obituary posted in the Journal Sentinel mentioned Ryan was born on December 7, 1982 in Brookfield, Wisconsin.

    
The Rhinelander Daily News via their Website noted Adam also played golf in high school. He was remembered as a hard worker and a natural leader. He had a love for football beginning his playing days in Pop Warner competition. The Daily News went on to say Ryan also enjoyed hunting and fishing. Ryan Adam's Guard unit the 951st Sapper Company of Rhinelander and Tomahawk was deployed to Afghanistan in February 2009. At the time it was anticipated to be a 10 month deployment. Sergeant Adams was the second Rhinelander soldier to die in the line of duty in the Afghanistan and Iraq wars. The Ryan Adam's Wisconsin unit had spent about 14 months in Iraq in 2003 and 2004 and he also served in that deployment. 

    
Information found on findagrave.com indicates that at the time of his death, Army Sergeant Ryan Adams was survived by his parents Peter and Jalane Adams; his sister Amanda Adams; uncle Patrick Adams; aunts and uncles, John (Sally), Joe (Jane), Tom (Nancy), Barb (Scott), Tim (Mary), Annie (Jeff), Mary Jo (Scott), Margaret (Bill), Sue (Steve), Nancy (Bryce), Kathy (Todd), Jane (Dave), Pat (Kris), Judy (LaVerne), Kevin (Janet), Marge (Gene), and Vicky (Joe); and cousins, Matthew, Elizabeth, Jason, Jill, Kris, Julie, Tommy, Melissa, Charlie, Toby, David, Lindsay, Stephanie, Aimee, Sarah, Ben, Heidi, Eric, DJ, Billy, Annie Marie, Danny, Stevie, Mike, Maggie, Jenny, Katie, Kari, Molly, Erin, Christopher, Jamie, Megan, Michelle, Kelly, Allie, Jack, Tammy, Mark, Glen, Jessica, Bradley, LeeAnn, Jodi, Carl, Christine, Michael, and Stephanie.

    
Army National Guard Sergeant Ryan Adams was laid to rest at Northland Memorial Park in Rhinelander, Wisconsin.

Information for this short biography about Army National Guard Sergeant Ryan Christopher Adams was pieced together from the following sources: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "‘He was very proud to serve’: Rhinelander soldier killed in Afghanistan," Oct. 3, 2009; Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "
Adams, SGT Ryan C., Age 26, Obituary," October 6, 2009; rhinelanderdailynews.com, "Public services set for fallen soldier," October 6, 2009; rhinelanderdailynews.com, "A Rhinelander soldier has died in the line of duty," October 2, 2009; findagrave.com, "Sgt Ryan C Adams," October 4, 2009; Wisconsin Department of Veteran Affairs "Fallen Heroes Page"; and, CNN.com "War Casualties Page.

Note: This "Wisconsin Military Casualties Afghanistan Iraq Compilation" Daily Dadio blog Category is under construction. Go to the Cooldadiomedia Web site and the
Wisconsin War Casualties Page for a list of names noted by date of death. ( If readers know of other military service persons with Wisconsin connections that are not on the Web site comprehensive list of fatal casualties, or notice errors, please email Bob Keith at keithrg13@cooldadiomedia.com ).
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Dadio's Lunch Bucket - Janesville Community Radio - 19 November 2013

          Dadio's Lunch Bucket


                         From 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Tuesdays

                  on Janesville Community Radio, 

                  currently found on Blog Talk Radio .com


                         
Dadio's             
          
Dadio to the facing left; Donald, play-by-play and research tech guy to the facing right; the 
               mysterious Dr. Sal, scientific  consultant, will remain..., mysterious; and, Jamie, ad hoc producer
               and astronomy sage, took the pic.  


       Show 2 pod cast 19 November 2013

          - Intro to hosts, crew, and the new show

                 Bob Keith a.k.a. Dadio, chief cook and bottle washer and..., jack of all
                 trades - master of none

                
Donald, play-by-play tech / research guy

                
Sal, tertiary host and scientific consultant of sorts

                
Jamie, ad hoc producer and astronomy sage 

           - call-in number 323-580-5769

           - State of the Fourth Estate Segment

                Why Janesville Community Radio is so important

           - Word of the Day Segment - "Obfuscation"

           - Quiz - related to comedy style - no winner

           - Green Bay Packers in the Military during President Kennedy's
             Era

           - Wisconsin's connection to JFK

           - Wisconsin Military Casualty Segment

                 Army Private First Class Sean Michael Schneider -
                 Janesville, Wisconsin

           - Friday Fish Fry Segment


                 Saint Patrick's Congregational School - Janesville, Wisconsin

         - Tales from the  Grassy Knoll

              "Hey Mister, Where'd Kennedy get shot?"

             
Bishop's bullets

             
Dadio killed the grass on the Grassy Knoll





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