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.
It’s a fact. Prettier women get the breaks.
Are you one of the beautiful people? If so, you're probably worth more.
Dateline NBC discovered what many studies have concluded: Folks are more apt to help someone who’s attractive.
You get the point.
That’s our lead-in to this week’s segment which takes us to…
Zhengzhou, the capital city of Henan Province, is located in the middle of China. The famous Shaolin Temple inspired Kung Fu movies. Zhengzhou is a national historical and cultural city and one of the key destinations on any Henan Tour. It was the capital of the Shang Dynasty (16th - 11th century BC) at a time when porcelain and the Chinese technique of bronze smelting were more developed. The city boasts many cultural and historic sites.
There's a Korean restaurant in Zhengzhou called Jeju Island.
Take a good look at the restaurant’s façade. Notice anything?
Of course you do. It’s right there in plain English.
FREE MEAL FOR GOODLOOKING
And the management isn’t kidding. Jeju Island offers free meals to customers who are judged to be good looking. That’s the key. You have to be judged to get your dinner gratis. The first 50 people each day ruled to be good looking do not get a bill.
How does the promotion work? First, a customer faces a scanner in the restaurant’s “beauty identification area.”
1) A woman pauses during a mass unity rally Jan. 11 in Paris following the recent terrorist attacks. More than a million people surged through the boulevards of Paris behind dozens of world leaders walking arm-in-arm Sunday in a rally for unity described as the largest demonstration in French history. Millions more marched around the country and the world to repudiate three days of terror that killed 17 people and changed France. Photo: Dan Kitwood / Getty Images
2) More than 40 world leaders headed a somber procession through the streets of Paris on Jan. 11 setting aside their differences with a common rallying cry: We stand together against barbarity, and we are all Charlie. Pictured left to right: Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Mali's President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, French President Francois Hollande, Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel, European Council President Donald Tusk and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. Not seen in the photo: President Barack Obama, who did not attend. Photo: Philippe Wojazer / Reuters
3) People gather at the Place de la Republique for a march against terrorism in Paris, France. (FREDRIK VON ERICHSEN)
4) A woman takes part in the Unity rally "Marche Republicaine" that gathered 10.000 people on January 11, 2015 in Ajaccio, Corsica. (PASCAL POCHARD-CASABIANCA)
5) Pallbearers carry the casket of Charlie Hebdo cartoonist Bernard Verlhac, known as Tignous, decorated by friends and colleagues of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, at the city hall of Montreuil, on the outskirts of Paris, Thursday, Jan. 15. Photo: Orban Thierry / Abaca
6) The Empire State Building dimmed its lights for five minutes and shined its tower lights in blue, white and red last Sunday night to honor the victims of the attack on the offices of the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo office in Paris. Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY / AFP - Getty Images
7) Pope Francis leads a Mass during a heavy downpour at the airport in Tacloban City, Leyte province, Philippines. An emotional Pope Francis, wearing a plastic poncho over his vestments to protect him from the wind and rain on Saturday, comforted survivors of Typhoon Haiyan, the Philippines' worst natural disaster that killed about 6,300 people 14 months ago. Photo: Malacanang Photo Bureau via EPA
8) An abandoned department store is seen flooded in Bangkok on Jan. 13. Staff from Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) office were catching fish on Tuesday at the ground floor of the roofless New World department store that was closed down in 1997. Thousands of fish such as catfishes, fancy carps as well as black and red tilapias were released into the ground floor of the building, flooded with rainwater, as local vendors tried to control mosquitoes in the area, local media reported. BMA recently decided to remove the fish and release the water. Photo: Chaiwat Subprasom / Reuters
9) A fisherman works aboard a trawler passing House Island in Casco Bay of Portland, Maine, where the temperature at dawn was minus-9 degrees, Jan. 8. Sea smoke is a fog formed by extremely cold air moving across warmer water. Photo: Robert F. Bukaty / AP
10) A northern rockhopper penguin stands in its enclosure at Munich's Hellabrunn Zoo January 14, 2015. (REUTERS/Michael Dalder)
11) A young girl watches a river dolphin swimming by at the aquarium of the Zoo in Duisburg, Germany, Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015. Every year the Zoo counts its animals, size and weight in an inventory. 4,237 animals in 356 species live in this western German Zoo. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
12) American rock climber Tommy Caldwell pulls himself atop the ledge of the 3,000-foot vertical wall of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park in the glow of the afternoon sun, followed minutes later by Kevin Jorgeson. Caldwell, 36, and Jorgeson, 30, became the first to free-climb the rock formation's Dawn Wall, a feat that many had considered impossible. They used ropes and safety harnesses to catch themselves in case of a fall, but relied entirely on their own strength and dexterity to ascend by grasping cracks as thin as razor blades and as small as dimes. Photo: Bligh Gillies / Big UP Productions / Aurora Photos
13) Roger Federer of Switzerland and Lleyton Hewitt of Australia play tennis between speedboats on Sydney Harbour ahead of their Fast 4 Exhibition match on January 12, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. Photo: Cameron Spencer/Getty Images
14) Oregon players walk off the field after the NCAA college football playoff championship game on Jan. 12, 2015, in Arlington, Texas. Ohio State won 42-20. Photo: Brandon Wade / AP
15) Gov. Scott Walker interacts with fans before the Green Bay Packers against the Dallas Cowboys NFC divisional playoff game at Lambeau Field. Evan Siegle/P-G Media/@PGevansie
16) More fun before the big game. Wm.Glasheen/P-C Media
17) Packers fan hang out with Cowboys fans prior to the start of the game. Dan Powers/P-C Media
18) Cowboys fan Brian Cohen, center, of West Palm Beach, Florida, gets teased by Tom "Fan Man" Benning of Howards Grove inside of his Packers bus prior to the game. Photo: Dan Powers/P-C Media Dan Powers/P-C Media, Dan Powers/P-C Media
19) Jean Vreeland (left) gets ready to take a photo of her daughter, Lexy Vreeland, with the Lambeau Leap statue last Sunday before the Green Bay Packers’ playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys. They are from Duluth, Minn. Photo: Mark Hoffman, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
20) From left, Steve Tate of De Forest, Rick Steele of Pittsburgh, Anthony Leonard of Houston and Donald Bess of Fort Hood, Texas, share cheers for their rival teams last Sunday. Photo: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Rick Wood
21) A fan cheers with her coat off in the second quarter. Photo: Kyle Bursaw/Press-Gazette Media/@kbursaw
22) Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless (81) celebrates his first quarter touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys last Sunday at Lambeau Field. Photo: Wm.Glasheen/P-C Media
23) Green Bay Packers tight end Richard Rodgers catches the go-ahead touchdown pass from quarterback Aaron Rodgers in the fourth quarter of Sunday's NFC divisional playoff game against the Dallas Cowboys at Lambeau Field. Photo: Wm.Glasheen/P-C Media
24) Dez Bryant of the Cowboys caught a touchdown pass in the 4th quarter. Or did he? I blogged some great pictures by the Dallas Morning News.
25) Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy talks to an official after challenging a fourth-down catch by Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant during Sunday's NFC divisional playoff at Lambeau Field. Photo: Kyle Bursaw/Press-Gazette Media
26) Dallas Cowboys receiver Dez Bryant (88) and teammates show their frustration after his catch was ruled incomplete in the fourth quarter. Photo: Evan Siegle/P-G Media/@PGevansiegle
27) Wisconsin transplant Bob Vaughn shows off some of his Packers memoribilia at his home in Washington State. He’s sitting on his wife’s Seattle Seahawks blanket. Photo submitted to Green Bay Press Gazette.
28) A long line of Green Bay Packers fans are welcomed to a Packers pep rally at Mustard Seed Grill & Pub on Saturday in Bellevue. Photo: KEN LAMBERT / THE SEATTLE TIMES
29) These Green Bay Packers fans go wild at a Packers pep rally at Mustard Seed Grill & Pub Saturday. Photo: KEN LAMBERT / THE SEATTLE TIMES
30) Hundreds of fans gather for a Green Bay Packers rally at the Mustard Seed Grill & Pub in Bellevue, Wash., on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015. The event was hosted by a group called Packers Everywhere and Northwest Packers Backers. Evan Siegle/P-G Media/@PGevansiegle
31) At right, Green Bay Packers legend and Hall of Famer Willie Davis acknowledges the crowd during a Green Bay Packers rally at the Mustard Seed Grill & Pub in Bellevue, Wash., on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015. The event was hosted by a group called Packers Everywhere and Northwest Packers Backers. Evan Siegle/P-G Media/@PGevansiegle
32) Green Bay Packers legend Willie Davis gets the crowd going during a Green Bay Packers rally at the Mustard Seed Grill & Pub in Bellevue, Wash., on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015. The event was hosted by a group called Packers Everywhere and Northwest Packers Backers. Evan Siegle/P-G Media/@PGevansieg
33) Joanne Lind, originally from Waupaca, Wis., but now lives in Lynnwood, Wash., chants Go Pack Go during a Green Bay Packers rally at the Mustard Seed Grill & Pub in Bellevue, Wash., on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015. I'll bet she's holding a brandy old fashioned. The event was hosted by a group called Packers Everywhere and Northwest Packers Backers. Evan Siegle/P-G Media/@PGevansiegle
34) Kylie Hill, 10, from Seattle, cheers during a Green Bay Packers rally at the Mustard Seed Grill & Pub in Bellevue, Wash., on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015. The event was hosted by a group called Packers Everywhere and Northwest Packers Backers. Evan Siegle/P-G Media/@PGevansiegle
35) People take part in the No Pants Subway Ride in Berlin January 11, 2015. The No Pants Subway Ride is an annual event that has become a global celebration of bare thighs. The 'celebration of silliness' is designed to make other Tube riders smile. (REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke)