Sunday, March 25, 2012

Bulldogs and Eagles.

For the second straight year the U.M.D. Bulldogs will take on the overall number one in the land for a chance to go to the frozen four.  Last the dogs took on Yale in the regional championship game in route to the national championship.  This year the dogs will have to beat a very good Boston College team.  The Eagles have not lost sense January and have won 16 straight games, 15 of those games they have allowed 2 or few goals. 

BC has a very solid defensive team but they don't score a lot.  The bulldogs are on again off again at defense but score a lot of points.  The bulldogs will need to have a top notch defense tonight and match the intensity of BC. 

The dogs will need to play an entire 60 minutes something they have not seemed to be doing as of late.  The dogs where number 1 in country for a lot of the season, that said after the Christmas break the dogs have been spotty with there play.  Well the Eagles have been on top of there game. 

The two teams earned this match up, by winning there first round matches.  BC took out Air Force by a 2-0 score only having 20 shots on net.  The Bulldogs beat Maine 5-2 but trailed 1-0 after one and where down 2-0 about mid way in to the 2nd.  The dogs then got there feet under them and lead after 2 by a 3-2 score and never looked back.  The dogs however where out played for a total of 1 period, something they can't let happen tonight.  If they do they will be going home.  I look for U.M.D. to put there best foot forward and come out with a win but will be a close my guess is 3-2 U.M.D.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Wild Radio Newtwork shows.

So I am hoping to do regular shows and at a regular time. To date the shows have been sparse and at no set time.

Here are shows I am doing.

The Duluth Show Will be live at 10am on Mondays. I hope to do a show every week.

Sunday Politics will be live at 5pm every Sunday hopefully.

The Wreck weekends times TBA.

I am also hoping to do a daily show at least some what regular show.  The show would talk about a wide variety or issues.

Also hoping to do a city council recap Tuesdays after city council meeting.  Well I don't always get to attend the meetings because of work there are other ways to get info on the meetings.

I can not guarantee that I can keep this schedule but will try my best.  

Thanks for listening to the shows everyone.  You can listen to the shows on

9 year old China girl gives birth to a baby boy.

Here is the a link to the story of the 9 year old giving birth.  We talked about it on the Wreck you can listen to that episode on  

Two new episodes.

New shows are posted of the Wreck.  In the two shows we talked about kids having baby's at the age of 9 and even younger.  We also chatted about some local issues Duluth Huskies and others.  Bad chicken from McDonald's and WTF news and more.  Listen to them on

Sunday, March 18, 2012

An event you may be interested in.

Northern Liberty Alliance is holding there monthly gathering.  Monday March 26th at the not Northland Country Club. They will talk about there event for April 15th, also a constitution lecture it runs from 6-8pm.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Duluth Huskies Baseball.

Excited for the Duluth Huskies Baseball season to start.  Many Duluthians have had a long winter, as unusual as it has been with little snow and cold temps.  Still many of us are looking forward to the start of Summer and Huskies baseball. 

The Duluth Huskies will open there season at home ( Wade Stadium) on May 30th at 7:05 pm.  The will take on the St. Cloud River Bats.  The Huskies are celebrating the 10th season in Duluth.  The Huskies started playing in 2002.  The Duluth Huskies came a few years after the Duluth Dukes left town, and have kept the long history of baseball going in Duluth. 

The Huskies play in the North Woods League, it is a college wood bat league and emulates a minor league season. 

In 2012 the Huskies will play 74 games, with 36 homes, 38 away games.  There two longest home stands will be June 4th to the 8th.  In that home stand they will play two games against the Mankato Moondogs and three games against Rochester Honkers.  Another 5 games home stand will take place July 18th to the 22nd in that home stand they will play two games against Thunder Bay Boarder Cats and then play three against the moondogs.

The NorthWoods League is split in to two division's the North and South, the Huskies play in the North division. 

The north division teams include:  The Duluth Huskies, Alexandria Beetles, Mankato Moondogs, Rochester Honkers, St. Cloud River Bats, Thunder Bay Boarder Cats, Waterloo Bucks and the Willmar Stingers. 

The South Division include:  Battle Creek Bombers, Wisconsin Woodchucks, Green Bay Bullfrogs, Lacross Loggers, Eau Claire Express, Madision Mallards, Wisconsin Rapids Rafters, Waterloo Bucks.

The two divisions don't play each other in the regular season.  If you just can't to watch the Huskie like me you can watch some of last years games

Bad Chicken.

Mcdonald's selling expired chicken? China thinks so.

WTF news.

I am really starting to enjoy this site.  Lots of interesting story's. . Check it out and read the interesting topics to discuss there.  It is where the pig story game that we talked about on one of the wreck shows.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

The Wreck Talks man and pig.

So we talked about this on the wreck tonight.  It is a gross but weird, odd, strange, funny story.  A 77 year old does a pig. Here is the story, http://www.

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The Wreck Live

The Wreck with JR Wild and Joe will be live in about 5 to 10 minutes so tune in!/user/jrwild_radionetwork!/user/jrwild_radionetwork.

We return today.

Finale Joe had decided to return so we can do some more shows of the wreck and we will do them tonight starting soon.  Watch here and spreaker for when they will air. 

Lots of things to talk about on the shows tonight and hope we will pound out a few of them for you tonight cause it has been a little while.  Grant it there has not been a lot of news but still. Tonight's show we will have a lot to talk about including a stalker, man has two wives how they meet,and much more so tune in and listen. 

Sunday, March 4, 2012

That Radio Show.

Had the honor to be on that radio show tonight.  Another great show on, we talked about the white supremacy  rally that took place in Duluth.  We talked about what happened, why the group came up here and a few other things race related. 

Saturday, March 3, 2012

They came and they went.

So today was the big rally in here in Duluth MN.  The Supreme White Alliance came to Duluth with just 8 members of there group.  They had hoped to have any where between 20 and 100 members at the rally.  The small group of SWA member where meet by an angrer mob of people when they arrived at city hall, the SWA group who did nothing but show up to protest (yes they still have that right in this country) had snow balls tossed at them and where yelled.  No retailations was made by the SWA group.  My question is who is the bigger man now?  Who showed more restrant? 

You don't have to agree with them ( I don't either) but be respectful and let them have there little protest and then faid away.

Here is a story from the DNT,

Friday, March 2, 2012

Don't play poker Mr. President.

This is why our President should not play poker.  All he ever does is bluff and blows.  He is a big talker with little to no action.

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama warned that he is not bluffing about attacking Iran if it builds a nuclear weapon, but in an interview published Friday, Obama also warned U.S. ally Israel that a premature attack on Iran would do more harm than good.
In his most expansive remarks on the issue thus far, Obama told The Atlantic magazine that Iran and Israel both understand that "a military component" is among a mix of many options for dealing with Iran, along with sanctions and diplomacy. That is the most direct threat he has issued during months of escalating tension with Iran over its disputed nuclear development program.
His comments appeared aimed more at Israel and its supporters in the United States than at Iran. Obama addresses the influential American Israel Public Affairs Committee on Sunday and meets with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Monday at the White House. Netanyahu will also address AIPAC.
"I think that the Israeli government recognizes that, as president of the United States, I don't bluff," he said in the interview. "I also don't, as a matter of sound policy, go around advertising exactly what our intentions are. But (both) governments recognize that when the United States says it is unacceptable for Iran to have a nuclear weapon, we mean what we say."
Obama will try to convince Netanyahu to postpone any plans his government may have to unilaterally attack Iran's nuclear facilities in coming months. An attack that soon would not carry U.S. backing, and the U.S. would probably not be involved in planning or executing it.
Nonetheless, it could force the United States into a new conflict and an arms race in the Middle East, as Obama made clear in the lengthy interview. It also could allow Iran to paint itself the victim and draw new support that would undermine rather than enhance Israel's security, Obama warned.
"At a time when there is not a lot of sympathy for Iran and its only real ally (Syria) is on the ropes, do we want a distraction in which suddenly Iran can portray itself as a victim?" Obama said.
At the same time, Obama has consistently refused to renounce a military option for the United States down the road. The dispute with Israel is over the timing and efficiency of such a strike, not whether one is ever appropriate. The difference of opinion has quickly come to dominate the U.S.-Israeli relationship and the U.S. strategy for dealing with a nuclear Iran is a major issue for American Jewish voters in this election year.
Israeli leaders have strongly hinted that they want to hear clearer terms from Obama for what the United States would do if Iran crosses the threshold from nuclear energy to nuclear weapons. Until now, Obama has said a nuclear Iran is unacceptable but has not spelled out just what the U.S. would do or when.
In the interview, Obama did go further than he has before. He explicitly referred to the possible use of military force, and he firmly rejected the notion that the United States might settle for a strategy of deterring Iran from using a nuclear weapon.
"You're talking about the most volatile region in the world," he said. "It will not be tolerable to a number of states in that region for Iran to have a nuclear weapon and them not to have a nuclear weapon. Iran is known to sponsor terrorist organizations, so the threat of proliferation becomes that much more severe. "
He also pointed to economic turmoil in Iran and reiterated that sanctions against the Iranian regime are starting to bite.
In a series of recent meetings with Israeli leaders, administration officials are believed to have sought to persuade the Jewish state to give sanctions more time to work and to hold off on any military strike. Speaking Thursday to reporters, White House press secretary Jay Carney said Obama believes there is still "time and space" for those measure to persuade the Iranian regime to take a different course.
Israeli officials acknowledge the pain in Iran but have publicly expressed doubt those measures will ever cause Iran's clerical leaders to change course.
Obama wasn't so sure. "They're sensitive to the opinions of the people and they are troubled by the isolation that they're experiencing," he told the Atlantic. "They know, for example, that when these kinds of sanctions are applied, it puts a world of hurt on them."
Though Obama emphatically portrays himself as one of Israel's best friends, touting military and other ties, his relationship with Netanyahu has at times been frosty. The two have sparred publicly over Jewish settlements on the West Bank, with Netanyahu pushing back on Washington's efforts to move forward on peace talks with the Palestinians.
The Iran issue has risen to the forefront of his foreign policy. At a fundraiser in New York on Thursday night, an audience member shouted out, urging the president to avoid a war with Iran.
"Nobody has announced a war," Obama cautioned. "You're jumping the gun a little bit."