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Friday, August 17th

Best of Garage Logic today. Great lineup: Gregg the Cow Guy/Old Bar Mockery/Who is Pauline?/Otto Schmidt Obit


Thursday, August 16th

Rookie replays some of the fun uplifting bits from GL over the years! Joe's Great Vacuum story and Crazy Bread, included~

As the radio show winds down, some of the good solid segments are replayed. New phone technology for Joe and 'The Donkey segment' Huh?

Wednesday, August 15th

Former WCCO-TV and Radio vet Don Shelby takes to the Mayor's chair today. The staff's chat with Don was very nice, laid back and natural. It was very nice to finally have him fill in! He had some nice words to say about Joe and Garage Logic.

Don Shelby takes a call from Carl who had some things to say about Joe. He also told a Joke! Some talk about politics, family and careers over the years. A nice listen

Tuesday, August 14th

Best of Garage Logic, including Rookie's drunk call from last Friday!

Rookie takes a couple of his favorite segments from Garage Logic over the years.

Monday, August 13th

Joe announces the changes being made to 1500 and the shows run of 25 years ending.

The second hour of Friday's show including more talk on the anthem and the changes to 1500.

Friday, August 10th

Thursday, August 9th

Joe is wondering how long an Orca whale mother will keep her dead calf close to her. There are pictures of her with her dying calf. What goes through their mind? Nature. Davidson College in North Carolina has a professor the has contract grading. This is what is wrong with our world.

Why would a friend push another three stories down into the water? Joe says it's because people are losing touch with nature and as a result of this the social contract is also suffering. NOAA releases it's Hurricane Forecast for this year. Kind of like in Trading Places, when Clarence Beeks, from Lyndhurst Security, gets the crop report for FCOJ. Pledge of Allegiance trouble in an Atlanta school.

Wednesday, August 8th

Joe has always said the the NY Times has the best obituaries. The latest is the one they did on Stan Mikita. It followed his whole story all the way from Eastern Europe. really good. The NFL has come one step closer to Joe's prediction that it will be a reality TV show. They are starting to use male cheerleaders. Ahhhh

Liberals may be losing the political fight, as some of the elections recently have gone to republicans. Joe wonders if this trend will continue during the upcoming elections. Is President Trump more popular than ever? Hillbilly Elegy? Joe likes JD Vance.

Tuesday, August 7th

The wildfires that are burning up across the country should be put into perspective. Joe gives some numbers of what some of the most spectacular and grand fires were across the country and the state of Minnesota. Scandia a tourist mecca?

How much is a gallon of gas if you have one dollar? Confused? So was the entire staff. They could not get this number correct. It's pretty good. President Trump should not want to do away with any of the Press, regardless if he doesn't care for them. No way says Joe.

Monday, August 6th

Joe mentions that cell phones are ruining the social interaction of kids . They are not reading, not looking people in the eye and suffering with social issues. A bystander in Florida, shoots a man randomly firing at people. He legally owned the gun and will not be charged.

Joe points out there the violence in Chicago is so bad, there is a website dedicated to show the numbers. Fr. Michael Phleger is on a charge to bring awareness to this. Souch says it starts with the families and community members. Marching on the freeway? Does that help? Robert Martin dies at 99. He was a true hero and should be remembered for his bravery.

Friday, August 3rd

An extremely dumb guy taunts a bison in the road. Joe confirms that this adds to people losing their relationship or understanding of nature. That leads to Joe mentioning his trip to Yellowstone, plus his brother calling in to tell some tales of the trip-LOL! CNN ponders President Trump sending signals to a secret group? Huh? George Yancy, a prof at Emory University, talks bluntly about academic bias.

What is the deal with 3D gun blueprints? Joe is a little confused as to why this would even show its ugly head. NY Times new tech writer is at it again. More details come out and she still is employed there. Wow. Lady leaves her kitchen door open all of the time and a bear makes himself at home. Close the door!! Scramble!!!!

Thursday, August 2nd

Joe is sent a photo of a coyote casually walking in Saint Paul and Animal Control scoffs at the fact that they are dangerous. WHAT?? Red Tide in Florida is killing sea turtles and sea life. Just Nature? The video game Fortnight has some parents scrambling for 'game coaches' It's the End of the World!

Sarah Jeong is the latest hire at the NY Times. She is the tech writer and came under fire for some ugliness on Twitter. She won't be fired, most likely because she is Asian dissent. Joe says that it's okay for her to do this because she if a lefty, they can do no wrong.

Wednesday, August 1st

A man caught some very bad bacteria after a dog licked him. He ended up losing his hands and legs beneath the knees. Horrible! Joe admits to trying to put a sweatshirt on, however, it was a pair of pants-LOL Pizza delivery guy plays piano like a champ!~

A new study out show that Minnesota is the happiest state to live in. Joe wonder what the criteria is to be even in the top ten. Donkeys in Santorini, Greece and truly burdened beasts, as people traveling are getting heavier. Such remarks that the state fairs across the country are all about food and new foods get all of the publicity!

Tuesday, July 31st

The entire staff calculates their own Cylinder Index. Joe admits that his has taken a hit over recent years. Rookie accuses him of being a minimalist. Rookie does better than he thinks. To show how socialism does not work, Joe uses toilet paper as an example of how it fails.

The family of Thurman Blevins is making demands that Joe says cannot be acted on. The video speaks for itself. We have rules in place to prosecute when appropriate and they need to be followed, not matter how bitter of a pill it would be for members of the family. What new beers at the MN State Fair tickle Joe's fancy?

Monday, July 30th

Joe discusses the current situation in Minneapolis. The police cam video has been released and some members of the community are very unhappy with the decision and want to handle in their own way. Joe reminds listeners that we have laws in place and we need to follow them. The Blevins situation unfolding will tell a lot,

Joe talks about society and how we need to follow the rules and how accountability for your own actions is so important. when you make poor decisions, it will eventually backfire. Where are the community leaders to say stay out of trouble and you will never have to deal with the police.

Friday, July 27th

Joe asked former Senator Bob Lessard, who is running for Attorney General, on the air. Joe's simple question: Why are you running? What does distilled water do? Jail time for you if you mess with straws? Maybe.

Joe reports that the British tabloids are completely focused on some bug. Someone in the Three River Park System has told kids to basically stop doing fun things in the park. What the heck? Come on! A great new idea for the state fair involving pennies!! SCRAMBLE!~!!!!

Thursday, July 26th

Rookie comes back from New York and confesses that he was a dancer on Live with Kelly and Ryan-Reuvers posts it on FB, Twitter and Instagram- whoops!! Such comments on President Trump and how he is currently acting toward the Press. A Euphorian that aspire solar gets his car ruined by the hot sun when it melts the interior-LOL

The NY Post is doing a very poor job of reporting that millennials are quitting their lucrative full time jobs, because it is just too much. What? Is this what we have been training our children for all of these years? UGH! The Academy is truly destroying itself at the base.

Wednesday, July 25th

Tuesday, July 24th

Joe read another story of a woman out of touch with nature in which a mountain lion was found sleeping on her couch. He also had another story from the failed academy at Manchester University.

Joe discusses the latest report that now blames climate change to the rising rates in suicide. He also was very fired up for the blood moon tonight, only to discover that it is not visible here in the U.S.

Monday, July 23rd

Such boy is back in studio and jumps right into the Coyote problem in the Capitol City. Animal Control Supervisor Molly Lunaris has some interesting words on this problem. They are thinking about taxing water in New Jersey-What Joe says~why haven't they been putting money into infrastructure all these years?

The University of Texas sir trying to get rid of masculinity. Mysterians tend to not like ambitiousness. That's their calling card. Joe gives his theory on leashed dogs. You want something to worry about that you cannot do anything about? Joe lets you know.

Friday, July 20th

Best of Garage Logic Today

Best of Garage Logic Today

Thursday, July 19th

Jay Kolls has been following the tragic killing of a MN Correctional Officer. Jay mentions that he did a story about the dangers at Oak Park Heights and Stillwater in March. One interview includes an employee predicting that this will lead to an eventual death. Powerful hour.

Jay welcomes former MN Correctional Officer Robert Uran, who worked up through the ranks to Lt. Robert says that Minn Core knows of these risks and should not be putting these employees at such risk.

Wednesday, July 18th

Tom Hauser chats with Pat Milan, former morning show host on KSTP, about Da Beauty League. It's a four-on-four league where NHL'ers and hockey players in general, play a laid-back sort of pickup game where the public is welcome.

Tom Hauser talks some baseball and trampoline safety

Tuesday, July 17th

Hauser welcomes Political Prof Steve Schier to talk about campaign finance and reform. Will this make a difference in upcoming elections? KSTP-TV reporter Joe Mazan mentions the new hotel at the airport and how close they are to opening.

Tom checks in with Cubs color guy, former All-Star, and Twin, Ron Commer about his experience at the ASG in 1999. Coom, always a great guest said if was an out of body experience.

Monday, July 16th

Joe comments on the behavior of President Trump. Were his words treasonous? Joe didn't like they way he seemed to bow to Putin. This should not have gone down that way. What is the future of these two men and countries? Some callers disagree.

The U of M is busy at work shaming and possibly even punishing faculty that uses the wrong pronoun to students in class. What reason should anyone be forced to use the proper pronoun as to not offend someone? None. Joe presents a math trick that he makes the staff play out on paper. The number nine-

Friday, July 13th

Rosemount Police Chief Mitchell Scott runs through the incident where a mom and her daughter were liked by a bouncing boulder. It was a perfect storm of tragedy. Chief Scott says the there are still some things that need to be answered. A young man that was shot in New Orleans, has a wake where he is popped up in a chair and looks like he is playing video games.

At a meeting yesterday, the family of Thurman Blevins, is causing some unrest at community meetings. Mixed signals as far as whom will be allowed to speak. Joe says sort it all out and follow the rules. We also need to see the body cam video. Lancaster Mayor R. Rex Parris is declaring war on neckties. Do they make us more stupid? LOL Scramble!!

Thursday, July 12th

An e-mailer sends Joe a good message as to why they need to be careful handing out awards or medals to everyone who is doing their job. Good point. NY Times reporter tries to link the cave incident to climate change. Nope! Joe reads Haggerty Magazine. What the heck is that? Rookie has a million dollar idea about straws. He was very disappointed. The ugliest dog has died. Joe comments.

The flag that was called 'art' at the University of Kansas will be placed in a museum, not flown above the institution. Good call. Why is the press scraping the barrel and hunting for dirt on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh? They think that they have him on buying baseball tickets? Come on!

Wednesday, July 11th

The woman that placed her head in the tailpipe story leads Rookie to tell his head measuring story to listeners. This lady becomes a star just because she put her head in a tailpipe. Yikes. What year is it? Stephen Colbert gets a growing kick for mocking attorney Brett Kavanaugh.

Throwing black paint on a flag and calling it art at KU is a joke. NOT ART!! The oldest color since the beginning of time? Tune in to find out! Electric scooters are all the craze across the country right now. Will they stay?

Tuesday, July 10th

Former radio host, Barbara Carlson has lost her cancer battle. Joe and Rook reminisce about her career at the station. The Mayor updates listeners on the Cave Rescue mission. This really freaks Joe out. Not a good ending for some newlyweds on a zip line. The socialist from NY that has been in the news, is outed as a fraud.

The University of Wyoming is flirting with banning 'Cowboys' from the school. What? A researcher in India has a major breakthrough with recycling plastic and putting it to good use on roads. Libraries are the front lines of the Mystery. Guys in drag reading to kids? Um, huh!

Monday, July 9th

The Mayor is finally back! He take some heat from the staff today. The logistics of the cave rescue confuse Joe. What does inedible animal food mean, asks Joe. The Blevins shooting in Minneapolis brings the family to raise some questions about that evening. They need to wait for the facts to come out, says Joe.

In Joe's triumphant return, he cites a USA Today piece hints that SUV's are killing pedestrians. Huh? A 73 year old may have run a stop sign in Minneapolis before he was hit by a car. Terrorists are banning plastic bags......for what? Do they suddenly have a conscience? The Mayor of London is acting weird about President Trump's visit there. Bear sighting at Lord Fletchers in Minnetonka.

Thursday, July 5th

Channel 5's Jay Kolls fills in for Joe today!

Hour 2 of Channel 5's Jay Kolls filling in for Joe!

Tuesday, July 3rd

Tom brings this question to all of the GL'ers: Where does the line begin for 'Up North'? Very good question. A lot of good input from all parts of MN.

Tom brings this question to all of the GL'ers: Where does the line begin for 'Up North'? Very good question. A lot of good input from all parts of MN.

Monday, July 2nd

Korzo lets it be known that his dogs get into some trouble in the yard. Did Governor Ventura help out Minnesotans out when he was in office? Car tabs, cabin taxes and giving back the surplus?

Scot Korzenowski is in for Souch today. Some fish that were released in MN have spread some bad viruses to the carp community. Yuk. Korzo confesses that some chirping smoke detectors drove him crazy in the middle of the night.

Friday, June 29th

Channel 5's Jay Kolls is filling in for the Mayor today!

Hour 2 of Channel 5's Jay Kolls filling in for the Mayor today!

Wednesday, June 27th

CNN's Jake Tapper scores a Ray of Hope when questioning Rep. Keith Ellison. A white South Carolina woman has been arrested and charged with assaulting a black teen at a community swimming pool. What an idiot. The kids that were kicked out were impressive how they reacted to this idiot. French butchers catching heat from vegans. C'est ne pas beau.

Two items of interest from the U.S. Supreme Court: Justice Kennedy is retiring and the Court rules 5-4 in favor of public employees not being forced to pay union dues. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez pulls off a stunning upset in NY. She is a socialist. Joe says this will not work. Melvin Carter III is pulling fireworks for the city of Saint Paul. Oh no!

Tuesday, June 26th

The shooting in Minneapolis needs to be out in the open completely with the Officer's body cams, according to Joe. What Algeria is doing by sending people into the desert is not humane. Cynthia Nixon running for Governor of NY? She is calling for the abolishment of I.C.E. Nope. Joe's thoughts on what is happening to Harley Davidson.

Some Florida teens that stood near a pond watching and taunting a man struggling in the water while he drowned, cannot be charged with any crime. Joe thinks that this is another example of the center not holding, as well as the social contract is not being upheld. A Washington Post article by Suzanna Danuta Walters mentions why women should hate men. What?

Monday, June 25th

The Red Hen restaurant chooses not to serve Whit House Press Secretary Sara Huckabee Sanders. Such finds some irony in this versus the Denver bakery that chose not to serve a gay couple. Two differing accounts of what happened in a shooting in Minneapolis. We need to wait for more info, says Joe. The ugliest dog? Yep from MN!

It is very hard to believe that librarians want to take Laura Ingalls Wilder books off of the shelf, due to some of her language in the books that she wrote. Librarians are at the forefront of the Mystery! A Rolling Stone reporter rips Duluth for hosting President Trump. A guy finds more than 70k golf balls over the course of a lifetime. Joe admires this for sure.

Friday, June 22nd

The Mayor and the GL crew are out at O'Gara's for Back to the 50's!

Hour 2 with Joe and the crew at O'Gara's on the State Fair Grounds for the MSRA Back to the 50's!

Thursday, June 21st

Joe wonders why the city of Minneapolis is having Park and Rec employees paint the rainbow colors for the Pride Parade. Huh? Joe is very confused about how the sales tax stuff works for Amazon.

Lefties at Marquette are asking white folks to not call the police and settle any disputes by approaching the other party. Okay, they had Joe until the went too far.

Wednesday, June 20th

President Trump will be in Duluth today and has already signed on to end the separation of illegal immigrants with their children. This should not happen ever. Celebrities are now chiming in and protestors are extremely on edge as a result of what has happened, but President Trump has changed the processing procedure.

The Duluth visit by President Trump while he is in the midst of the immigration controversy is getting people talking. Why can't people be more cordial? Both sides are too extreme at the end, we need more people in the middle.

Tuesday, June 19th

A listener sends in some advice for Manager Paul Molitor to give to Byron Buxton. Hmmmm. The immigrant situation with separating children from parents cannot continue, according to Joe. Chris Pratt comes up with a great acceptance speech, where he give some great Garage Logic advice! Wow.

An e-mailer takes on Joe's viewpoints from Monday's show about sex assignment at birth. Joe goes over the disagreeing e-mail and makes his points offering a different perspective. It's not too easy getting around Minneapolis these days with construction. Rookie forces Joe to let him talk about the new State Fair foods~

Monday, June 18th

Joe reviews the Open tourney from the weekend. What was Phil Mickelson thinking? Was it intentional? Joe is adding new books to Author's Corner on the website. Ilhan Omar- is she an upcoming political star? Why is she so loved in Minneapolis?

In Fairfax County, Virginia, some are trying to declare that you can pick your sex assignment at the time of birth. What? No you can't says Joe. You are not allowed to ignore facts. Basically, the Mystery disregards the truth. A prof gets in trouble for forcing people to take off their shoes and say a phrase that may offend some.

Friday, June 15th

Joe zips through many e-mails form podcasters. Some very good ones. A ballplayer that is currently hitting .150 is making $165 million! What? A great new feature on the Garage Logic page: Author's Corner. Go check it out. High school bails out on having a valedictorian, so the dad of the number one student buys a billboard to make a statement. NIce.

An e-mail from a podcast listener living in China, alerts Joe to some data from a NASA report. It completely goes against the data from yesterday. Great data! If you work at Netflix, you have new rules to follow to stop any type of harassment. Joe predicted this many years ago. Scramble!

Thursday, June 14th

Some very interesting e-mails came in and Joe gives them the proper attention. The U.S, Open is on and the staff wondered what some of the country's most exclusive clubs are. The Berkeley City Council calls for a Global Climate Emergency. What do they want done?

The Polar ice is plopping into the water at what pace? 1/25 of a millimeter per year? That doesn't really impress anyone. What action do they want humans to take? This melt cannot be stopped and it is frustrating that governments jump on this and start new programs, to make themselves feel better. The Weather Tech founder buys a Ferrari for $70 Million? Joe says, no thanks....

Wednesday, June 13th

The raccoon in Saint Paul has scooped an unbelievable amount of attention! Joe presents another story that did not get much pub. Former U.S. Presidents are living longer. George HW Bush is almost 94. What are Gutter Punks? Volunteer homeless people. Huh?

Dave from Bulgaria checks in with an e-mail that summarizes the current conditions perfectly. The current moral standard is fading away quickly. A Cal Poly Pamona grad, accepts his diploma carrying a pillow. This really is the end of the world.

Tuesday, June 12th

Again, watching Ovechkin celebrate is a lot of fun, he has earned it. In Saint Paul, the race to $15/ hour is on but they have not run the numbers at all. Caritable giving is at about $400 billion for the last year. Wow!

A bike safety protest in Saint Paul is not very effective, according to Joe. What is a banana in your tailpipe reference? Two punks in St. Paul, attack a mom and her seven year old. Nice.

Monday, June 11th

Watching the way Alexander Ovechkin is celebrating is really fun to watch. Joe realizes that he and the President have something in common. Guess what it is.... A Kim Jong In update~what he brings on the road with him, will surprise you! An environmental statistic that catches Joe's eye, having to do with trash.

The CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey, caves in like a wimp after getting in hot water from the left for eating at Chick-Fil-A. What? These lefties do not allow you to be open to eat wherever you want? The London Men's Fashion show would be a fun time to go see London.

Friday, June 8th

Anthony Bourdain's time with Joe from 2007. He was a really neat guy to meet in person and a great interview. It's a big loss to many. RIP 'Tony'

Jay Kolls welcomes former Minneapolis Council member Paul Ostrow to talk about the park that was to be built adjacent to the new US Bank Stadium. Did we get what was promised? Not really. Local businessman John Francis comes on the air to let people know about a national night of fun, known as Father's Eve, that will happen next week.

Thursday, June 7th

Two free climbers get to the top of El Capitan in Yosemite in record time. What? Hoe do they do this? One of the guys sounds like Spicoly from Fast Times. Breaking news from NASA about Mars. Joe and Rookie need to go back to school to recall where it is in the solar system-LOL An urban explorer photographer drowns in a storm drain. Tragic but avoidable.

A not very bright guy in Boston killed someone via hit and run and didn't stop to check on the victim. He goes on to not really feel any remorse. Another example of the fading social contract. Dartmouth dating survey exposes some interesting view points. Drag Queens in the library? Yep. Joe wonders why he has to pay for this!!

Wednesday, June 6th

Joe mention some hail records from each state. Which states had the largest hail ever reported? D-Day almost seventy-five years later and some really neat stats about that day. Does everyone recall the Beautiful People? Joe want to know who are they now?

Joe links late great photographer Slim Aarons to D-Day. His pictures are incredible. That leads Joe to mention the 'Beautiful People' Who were they then and who are they now?

Tuesday, June 5th

An interesting stat is presented to Joe that he cannot get out of his mind. It has to do with the draft in 1969. Sports teams have been visiting sitting Presidents since when?

The Climate will do what it does and we cannot change that. Joe presents someone with real street creds that mentions that we are at its mercy. W wonderful obit about a mom that left her kids has gone viral. A Laundry guru from the Variety in the Strib!

Monday, June 4th

Overlooking his desk, Joe realizes that most of the news in front him is pretty bad. Rookie tells him to keep going and don't get down. Colorado baker that turned down making a cake for a gay couple is told that a lower court was too harsh on him in the past. How much shoreline does MN have?

In Georgia, a ten year old boy was expelled from school for bringing poppers, or snappers, to school. The kids doesn't even know what an explosive device is. A whale that swallowed seventeen pounds of bags and trash basically sat on the beach and died because of the fatal ingestion. Joe thinks that he is no longer pro plastic bag.

Friday, June 1st

Rookie throws his hair in a ponytail and Joe freaks out. Right up Joe's alley, the Handwriting Championships have taken place. An update on Joe's lilacs blooming.

Michael Rotundo is doing interviews all over the country. Joe thinks his story is a bunch of crap. He tells him while he calls in, or does he? There is a lawsuit disputing the price of a burger without cheese? Huh? A scramble!!!!

Thursday, May 31st

Rookie plays a ninety-nine year old veteran's version of 'God bless America' at a baseball game. Wow. Joe talks about an idea for a Good Deed channel on YouTube. Already done, of course.

Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter has a lot on his plate these days. Promoting a 'Race to Reduce' should not be the focus of the council. Running the numbers on this for multi-plexes doesn't even workout. Ruling from the salon for sure.

Wednesday, May 30th

Big breaking news on Russia and the potential arrest of author Bill Browder. Joe is fascinated by how the Russian's play their game. The Roseanne story is unravelling as we go. Joe is wondering how this should be handled in the future. Employers and do what they like and people can say what they want, even if it is highly offensive.

There is a cycling problem in London: Not enough diversity. WHAT? how does one become more diverse with riding a bike, Joe ponders. A new way to house a six pack of cans that can be eaten by animals or will dissolve and not kill wildlife is invented. Nice!

Tuesday, May 29th

Joe mentions how the weather is hot, but points out that it has been this hot before. Chunks of soot alert! Hockey is working in Las Vegas. Will other NHL teams copy? Roseanne's show has been cancelled. I'm sure that we all will learn why.

Social media really does nothing for the soul of this country. Comments from mean people are becoming more and more common. Is there a controversy with Hillary? Publix grocery stores in Florida.

Friday, May 25th

KSTP-TV's Chief political reporter sits in the chair for Joe. Breaking news involving the Lt. Gov. and her positions in the MN Legislature. It look as though she will choose the office of the Lt. Governor exclusively. Humphrey School of Public Affairs' Larry Jacobs, talks with Tom about the current situation.

KSTP-TV's Chief political reporter sits in the chair for Joe. Breaking news involving the Lt. Gov. and her positions in the MN Legislature. It look as though she will choose the office of the Lt. Governor exclusively. Humphrey School of Public Affairs' Larry Jacobs, talks with Tom about the current situation.

KSTP-TV's Chief political reporter sits in the chair for Joe. Breaking news involving the Lt. Gov. and her positions in the MN Legislature. It look as though she will choose the office of the Lt. Governor exclusively. Humphrey School of Public Affairs' Larry Jacobs, talks with Tom about the current situation.

The governor's race is a bunch of grapes right now. Tom Hauser and Steve Schier chat about who will be lead away from the pack. Remembering Memorial Day and whom we remember. Scramble!!

Thursday, May 24th

The LGBTIQ community is fearful of having cops march in the Pride parade in Mpls. The Del Counts will be honored by Governor Dayton with a day in their honor. A valedictorian will not be allowed to speak about Jesus in his speech because it is offensive.

Beware of bears in St. Croix County, they are everywhere. A hunter had to make a quick escape from a couple of bears. Also bear sightings in Burnsville! Souch will take a picture of his lilacs and gets mocked for it.

Wednesday, May 23rd

Rookie shows the staff of Iraqis trying to learn how to do jumping jacks. Hilarious. A student beats up a teacher at Harrison Education Center. What on Earth? The word racism is losing its meaning. Learn more by tuning in.

A foul mouthed teacher at LEAP HS rips President Trump with many expletives! Try being classy. Kansas cops have a problem with 'vegetation' on a traffic stop. They totally blew it!

Tuesday, May 22nd

The staff covers the NLH Playoffs and really want to take in a game in Las Vegas. The Twins are putting together a nice little streak. President Trump calling MS13 gang members animals is pretty accurate.

Joe wonders when things changed at schools, like when it became not okay to bring a gun to school. Bullying is bad, of course, but when did students become unable to deal with it and not shoot up a school? The volcano in Hawaii is out of control.

Monday, May 21st

Hour 1 – The Mayor offered up his thoughts on the Royal wedding and his one and only takeaway was the car the happy couple drove away in…..a Jaguar XKE concept vehicle that was electric. He also had thoughts and a follow up story from the school shooting in Sante Fe last week.

Hour 2 – Joe started the second hour with the High School in Philadelphia that had to apologize for the prom wanting to “Party like it’s 1776.” He also took calls on another story from the world of the failed Academy.

Sports Talk – Joe and Pat spent the hour talking about the miracle of the expansion Vegas Golden Knight reaching the Stanley Cup finals. They also had a Twins update from their weekend series with the Brewers, and had the 3:30 sports update with John Heidt.

Friday, May 18th

Kathleen Harasyn a Patrick Henry HS grad, attending the meeting last night, concerning the name change. They may be some pushback on this change. The Global Warming types are forcing Joe to make a link with these people that are so eager to make name changes to schools, etc.

San Diego State needs to change its mascot because it was offensive to the Aztec community. when will this stop? What is enough? Rookie tries to explain to Joe about how a good burger battle is run. Scramble!!!

Thursday, May 17th

Anoka seeks items that may have been found in a garage over the years. Pretty cool. Another bike rider has been hit by another vehicle. This one on busy Hwy 65. Be careful out there. We are still waiting the result of the investigation from the Snelling/Summit Avenue biker.

A number of traffic stops where minorities were claiming harassment from the police, were promptly shown to be false after the cop's body cam was reviewed. Why aren't the news outlets bringing these stories to the public? They should be all over these rather large lies, according to Joe. The Lake Detective chimes in on North Long Lake and the mobile bog. Or is it mobile. Joe thinks that he has a great idea how to move it.

Wednesday, May 16th

Joe wonders if a senior prank is a prank or an End of the World. It has to do with a fake crash of a car into the side of a school. PGA pro Lucas Glover's wife gets on him after he plays poorly. How can this guy ever play a round again?

The head of the NAACP in SC, lies about an encounter at a traffic stop. He fabricated a story and should be called out on it. The fatal bike crash in Saint Paul will be remembered by local bicyclists.

Tuesday, May 15th

A Somali community expose about sending money back to the homeland, makes Joe wonder why this is not getting more coverage. Author Tom Wolfe has passed and Joe was a very large fan of his work.

Jesse Christiansen tells Joe how the controversy is going down at Patrick Henry High School with the potential name change. Tensions are rising and people are being played. Driver that gets a ticket in South Carolina changes her story quickly when the cops body cam catches everything on tape. Wow!

Monday, May 14th

Joe is glad that the Twins have won seven out of the last ten on the road. Souch is down on 'bouncy houses' because they can fly away even with kids inside. No more! We are still waiting for more information on how the event played out.

A student was upset by an attire comment from the professor, decided to strip down to her bra and underpants and deliver a speech. Joe comments that she is part of the culture that has broken the social contract. The center is not holding. A bus driver had students looking up your mama jokes while on the bus?

Friday, May 11th

Jay wonders if you need to get a present for your mom and the mother of your kids. Reuvers is all set. After the fun, Jay gets down to business. Distracted driving and the bill that sits at the Capitol, is at the forefront of the news. Ryan Verdeck lost his wife to a distracted driver that did not do enough time for killing his wife. He joins Jay to talk about his story.

Thursday, May 10th

Deputy Mayor Kolls sits in the chair today. Jay is very happy that the Players Championship is on right now. He likes the new schedule. The fishing opener is coming up. Twin Pines Resort owner Linda Eno checks in to describe the scene. Sex group record? Yep the end of May.

A twenty-five year old woman has allegedly been running quite the meth operation, out of a stash house. How asks Jay.

Wednesday, May 9th

Reuvers provides some video of lava encasing a Mustang. Joe is not impressed by the car, the boys are by the lava. A Memphis high school student tries to end a teasing sexual advance by another with stabbing him with a pair of scissors. Where do our sensibilities lie?

A ten and eleven year old threaten the life of a classmate. HUH? A parent of a cut cheerleader threatens to sue. The result? No more cuts in the DC area. Wow! This forces Joe and Rookie to recall what happened when you were cut decades ago. Different deal completely. Cheering at graduation? For it or against it?

Tuesday, May 8th

New York Attorney Gen. Eric Schneiderman is in a situation. Joe points out that he was supposed to be the one to do in President Trump. Not anymore- MN Senators John Marty and Dan Hall check in with Joe to talk about the phrase "In God We Trust".

The city of Minneapolis is going out of its way to protect some of our immigrants or new arrivals in the Cedar neighborhood. Are we going to build a wall? Isn't that ironic? Climate change skeptics are more eco friendly than non skeptics. Hmmmm.

Monday, May 7th

The Patrick Henry HS name change is not over yet. Anthony Boone is an alum that does not want the name changed. His family has quite a history in the neighborhood. Does MN Senator John Marty really have a problem with "In God We Trust" on his currency, Joe wonders.

George Washington University is considering dropping the nickname colonial because of what it represents. What does it represent? Partying on Cinco de Mayo is offensive to Mexicans. Huh? The town dog in Longville was hit by a car. Great story, bad ending.

Friday, May 4th

The Mayor and the rest of the GL crew are out at Charlie's on Prior for the 2018 Garage Opener!

Hour 2 of the Mayor and the crew at Charlie's on Prior for the 2018 Garage Opener!

Thursday, May 3rd

After some ice out stats and his computer problems in the studio solves, Joe learns that in the UK, they are starting to remove normal clocks because the students cannot tell time, unless it is digital. UGH!

What is with School Superintendents? This one in NJ dropped a deuce on the football field and was caught on camera. The prom dress that worked up the entire country, didn't do much in the country of China.

Wednesday, May 2nd

Joe takes reports from ice outs everywhere. Emailer tells his tale of watching the ice go out overnight as a youth. In DC, why is it that some people are able to get away with comments that would take down others? A homeless man in California gets his birds taken away and sues.

The Boy Scouts are going away, so they girls can be accepted into the club. Why? This is not going in a good direction. Zero waste living is basically your full time job, according to Joe.

Tuesday, May 1st

It has been seven months in between eighty degree days. This makes The Mayor very upset. Why did his relatives stop here? Governor Dayton is asking for more money for the schools.

A prom dress with a Chinese design, has started social media bashing and reaction, for the young woman that wore it. Are we really doing this? Who made these people judge and jury?

Monday, April 30th

Michelle wolf truly bombed at the dinner. Joe points out some of the classless behavior at the dinner and says that it may have run its course. Mike Rowe from Dirty Jobs catches some heat for saying that not all kids need to go to college.

Teaching about masculinity and what a male acts like at a Texas University-WHAT? We are getting closer to the end. Wiccans in a NC prison want their religious needs met. Um, no.

Friday, April 27th

Rookie plans some antics for Joe at the start of the show for this milestone anniversary. It throws Joe off of his game. Questions about the opener? Always, but Joe clears everything up. Support dogs at Yale? What is going on in this world?

Students at Patrick Henry HS are calling for a name change and Joe has some questions. Do these students know who he was and what he stood for? What he fought for? Knowledge is power. A letter reprinted by the NYT in the late 1800's is read by Joe. Great stuff.....and oh yea a SCRAMBLE!!!!

Thursday, April 26th

Joe welcomes author John Sanford to the studio to discuss his latest book, 'Twisted Prey'. Ford announces that it will end production of almost all of it's sedans. Souch says that the world is coming to an end.

Kanye West and President Trump are Twitter buddies? This is an odd pairing. Joe's comments on how the left dictates what the left should and are allowed to believe. Joe puts Rookie and Reuvers on the spot to reveal the latest trend on college campuses. OMG!

Wednesday, April 25th

Finland is looking into stopping their basic pay, or type of social welfare, might be going away. Joe says it's about time. Bernie Sanders is working hard to get $15 an hour for workers, but there is not real plan yet. Mayor of Baltimore walks through the city, telling businesses what time they should close. Huh?

The President of Fresno State makes an apology, sort of, for this tenured prof that ripped Barbara Bush and the family. His non apology, left out a very important part. A new name for Latinas? Um no-

Tuesday, April 24th

The Timberwolves are in big trouble, according to Joe. Some dummies are trying to stop a pipeline in order to halt global warming. This makes Joe ponder why some judges are putting up with this foolishness in court. Promposals? What is this trend, asks Joe.

The MeToo movement is forcing the MN Legislature to act. Souch wonders if their reaction is creating more trouble or potential problems. His prediction of the presence of a mail creating uneasy feelings may just come true. A sit in guest is probably very disappointed after the show.

Monday, April 23rd

The show starts with a roundup of the Wild's season and the hopeful Timberwolves playoff game tonight. On a very sad note: Garage Logic lost a true State Fair friend in Monty Krizan, Monty the Reptile guy. Rookie and Joe replay one of Monty's best appearances on the show, where, years ago, he cheated death. RIP Monty-

Joe reads about a legitimate concern about ticks this spring. What purpose do they serve? Take a listen and find out. At Penn State, they are cutting one of their clubs. The club and the reason will make you rewind and listen again. Is Joe making it up?

Friday, April 20th

The anniversary of Prince's death brings the opioid problem to the surface. Joe welcomes Dr Tom Combs, a former emergency room doctor and opioid expert to the show. This sorry teacher from Fresno State that ripped the Bush family can indeed be fired.

A Washington DC city council member visited the DC Holocaust on an education tour, but he left early. This guy is a tool. A 911 operator was caught hanging up on callers. Um, One job. Millennials in Great Britain are afraid of touching raw meat. Reuvers calls in from Canada, or close to. Scramble!!

Thursday, April 19th

It takes sixteen innings for the Twins to beat Cleveland in a powerless Puerto Rico. Some new news coming in concerning former First Lady Barbara Bush. The idiot teacher at Fresno State, has more rude comments and gives out a wrong phone number to contact her. What a jerk!

We are told that someone named Sterling Smith was the alleged attacker of the MTC bus driver. Joe goes through the timeline and figures out how it started. This forces Joe to mention the fact that some have lost their social contract with people. What a sorry thing that is. Forest bathing and a call from Barry the Tree.

Wednesday, April 18th

Is it over for the Wild? Probably. Rookie replays the audio of SW Flight 1380 planning on making an emergency landing. She is calm and cool. Wow!

Joe gives us a nice tribute via a story circa 1992 about the First couple in the White House. A good audio selection form George W. Bush, talking about his mother. Take the good wit the bad, one educator at Fresno State is saying she is glad that the witch is dead.

Tuesday, April 17th

Joe reviews some of the ice out dates of Minnetonka, which reminds us all that Nature is bigger than man. Southwest Airlines had a horrific accident. Joe wonders about airline safety and what it's future is.

Joe reports that more than 600 people have been shot in the Windy City. Why isn't there outrage? Black leadership should be marching every day or every shooting.

Monday, April 16th

Good story. It has to do with a 9-volt battery, a couple of pennies and a curmudgeon. Let's call him Hot Pants. The record snowfall is just that. Souch comments on President Trump and what his thoughts are on former FBI Director Comey. A gay rights activist sets himself on fire.

A Starbucks manager in Philadelphia calls the police to remove two black men who were sitting at a table after not making a purchase. Starbucks needs to figure this out. The police should not be taken to task, but the coffee shop should. E-mails come in on Joe's battery and pants starting on fire problem.

Friday, April 13th

Tom Hauser sits in the chair of the Mayor today and welcomes former Governor and maybe future Governor to the show. Budgets, surpluses, and what the next Governor will inherit are topics of the day.

KSTP-TV Chief Political Reporter is running the show for Garage Logic today. Brad Reuter from the MN Timberwolves chats about the team leaving early to beat the snow and how excited fans are to even make the playoffs! Nicole Mitchell tells us the bad weather news.

Thursday, April 12th

Right out of the shoot Jay Kolls takes on some issues at the Sate Capitol. The tech department is under fire for all of their screw ups and Jay brings on State Senator Julie Rosen who is trying to get some things done in Saint Paul. Jay mentions that GL will turn 25 soon.

Kolls sits in and let people know that our own metro area has done pretty well as of late. Going through a list of Twin City accomplishments where we were top drawer!

Wednesday, April 11th

Adrienne Batra from the Toronto Sun exposes Nora Loreto, who says some really stupid things about the tragic crash in Canada this past week. What the Hell? Joe finds this what we call a 'push back'

Joe points out that the schools have created their own problem regarding religious activities like barring St. Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Christmas, etc. They need to take them all or none. At USC, the higher academy continues to crumble. Euphorians do not get it.

Tuesday, April 10th

Joe recaps the Twins game from a cold Target Field last night. In Florida, cocaine blowing in from the window? That was a defense tried by one individual. Minneapolis schools are trying to use proper pronouns for gender identity. Women street names in Ft. Collins, CO?

Isiah Thomas, the killer of an 85 year-old Anoka man, speaks in court and mention that he is a product of his environment. What? A 112 year-old veteran gives us the secret of his longevity. Should you clean your dog toys? We think not.

Monday, April 9th

Souch learns that the Evil Doer that shot up YouTube, has not been treated like other shooters. Is there a specific message that news outlets are trying to get out?

After a thorough review of the Masters, Joe jumps into typewriters and how we have lost a local Great Living American that cherished them .

Friday, April 6th

The Mayor spent the first hour reading emails from Gl'ers checking in from around the country with weather reports. He also read more reports on the distance of stars from the Earth and what a large discovery Patrick Kelly made at the University of Minnesota yesterday.

The Mayor spent the second hour today introducing his newest hero, Amber Pabon. An African-American mother from Raleigh NC who is upset with school administration over a white privilege letter sent home with her second grader.

Thursday, April 5th

The Mayor spent the first hour today talking about the coldest opening days in Minnesota Twins history. He also brought up new warning labels on movies with the title "Historical Smoking." He also got a call from Reed who led the flyover of the F-16's over Target Field on Opening Day of the Inaugural season back in 2010.

The Mayor spent the second hour today talking to Pat Kelly University of Minnesota's assistant professor of Physics and Astronomy. This is an interview you do not want to miss as he tries to explain to Joe the difference between distance and time as it relates to light years, not to mention the discovery Kelly made of the farthest star away from Earth.

Wednesday, April 4th

Joe begins the show with a golf feel. He is intrigued by a golf podcast called Club Pro Guy. The Masters is on the way and Joe is ready with his TCL Roku TV.

The State of MN is pressing small business owners, putting them on the 'hook' for new fishing licenses. Why? Elementary school kids kneeling during the Anthem? Nope. Thoughts on the expanding universe? Nope.

Tuesday, April 3rd

Joe struggles with the snowfall today. How should GL'ers deal with it? Let it go or maintain space? Hmmm. Souch tells Rookie he is an idiot for getting stuck at the airport. Rookie misses Food Day at Target Field? What?

It has been some time since the last 'Today's Stupid Principal' Is this a Ray of Hope? If the kids make their reading goal, the principal will kiss a cow. Right.....Joe gives and Oompa Quiz about a substitute teacher that kind of lost it.

Monday, April 2nd

The Mayor spent the first hour today staying on brand and talking about Brian Dozier's comments following yesterday's 7 -0 win over Baltimore. Dozier complained that a Baltimore player broke an unwritten rule by bunting in the 9th inning. He also had Dave Dahl and his unfortunate forecast involving snow and a news update with John Heidt.

The Mayor spent the second hour today talking about a local 14 year old competitive movement shooting champion. He also touched on the news of a super balloon of negative energy that may result in "Break Glass Smoke Lucky's." He also had Dave Dahl and his unfortunate forecast involving snow and a news update with John Heidt.

Friday, March 30th

The Mayor brought up the story from yesterday of the Pope allegedly claiming that there is no hell and that the Vatican is back tracking on those comments. He also had the John Heidt news update and Dave Dahl's Channel 5 weather.

The Mayor spent the hour today with a story of "Where Do Our Sensibilities Lie?" A guy in South Mpls had his neighbors complain about a backyard rink being built in the front yard too close to his property line. He also had the John Heidt news update and Dave Dahl's Channel 5 weather.

Thursday, March 29th

Garage Logic for Thursday March 29!

Garage Logic for Thursday March 29!

Wednesday, March 28th

Rookie asks Joe if he watched Roseanne last night. Joe protests and says not a chance. Rookie is threatened with firing if he ever talks about the show again. Joe mention an author that he really likes and thinks people should read. Will the Chinese 'Skylab' hurt anyone? probably not.

A new organ discovery is a very good thing. This makes Joe ponder something about the Euphorians and what they expect when they protest something. Disney princesses with some new traits? Hmmm. The Hamburger Museum in Seymor, WI. Yum

Tuesday, March 27th

Joe begins the show with some real old school trash talk by a 100 year old grandma. Yep she was talking to Loyola's favorite nun about the end of the run-LOL Reuvers does some really dumb stuff. What will happen to the Chinese version of their Skylab? Is it a time to break the glass and smoke the Lucky's, wonders Joe.

Are UFO's soaring in our air space? Joe has some good accounts with some high street creds. Rookie pleads with Joe to watch Roseanne tonight. He probably will not. A new study on walking, really freaks Joe out.

Monday, March 26th

Saint Olaf has now joined the Ben Shapiro sweepstakes. The school may dis-invite him as his speech coordinates with an anniversary that they would rather not recall.

Joe describes his new relationship with crows and how he has some concern on the days that he cannot find any birds. Is he getting a little too hooked? Um Ya. A person wants to marry a tree in Fort Myers. What?

Friday, March 23rd

Joe starts the show on brand, discussing Reuvers and his excessive use of texting while not at work. Is there something called garbage island in the ocean? Why are people throwing these items in the ocean? The schools that are marching and some of the ideas that are behind the march are not all aligned, according to Joe.

Joe connects the marching students and the Pro-Life movement. Trying to stay away from the debate that cannot be solved during the show, Joe learns some interesting stats about African-American pregnancies in NY. On a much light note: Scramble!

Thursday, March 22nd

The big storm in NYC and the east coast if not the first time a huge storm has hit. Joe provides the all important 'since'. The weather is cyclical. The national debt, the big time spending and the budget: Souch wonders why everyone is congratulating each other?

The Mayor finds that the name game is out of control for the unisex, genderless age. Why are parents setting their children up for this type of lifestyle. Let them choose as they grow up. Jordon Peterson on BBC hits one out of the park on live TV. NC State and meatless meals? What?

Wednesday, March 21st

This entire hour dedicated to President Trump and his involvement with Russia and his victory call to President Putin. Should he have done that? Where is the staff leak? Joe takes some heat from listeners and Reuvers takes some calls for Joe on this

The behavior of President Trump and some leftover calls and e-mails from last hour, as well as the breaking news about the Austin, TX bomber and how they caught him. New technology for sure.

Tuesday, March 20th

Joe has question about the boy's high school basketball tourney and how it is scheduled. The Uber driver that killed a pedestrian, was really not paying attention at all. This is a bad situation. Holy Cross is making some changes, for the worse.

The current state of 'the academy' is failing fast. This time Mt. Holyoke is at the front of the class. The women's school does not want women to be referred to as women! What? Rookie says that we need to start pushing back.

Monday, March 19th

A politician in New York made a statement on Facebook that the weather is controlled by the Jews. What the Hell? How can a guy like this get elected? Joe presents examples of how he is Just Not Made For These Times....

A driver-less car has hit a pedestrian, while a human was sitting behind the wheel. Joe thinks that this will get quite worse before it gets better. Will Google give up personal information on its customers if the police need it? This is a very important question to put out there. Prince Charles and a new book that does not portray him well.

Friday, March 16th

The walkout protests were very popular, but not everyone wanted to participate. Some that didn't were punished by their administration. St. Patrick's Day jokes already??

Saint Catherine's University has cancelled a leadership conference because the speakers and presenters were too white. WHAT? John Hinderaker from the Center of the American Experiment, joins the show to chat with Joe about this. SCRAMBLE!!!!

Thursday, March 15th

A couple form Halstad, MN that tried an unsuccessful You Tube prank where the man held up an encyclopedia trying to stop a bullet, were in the news again. The woman who fired the fatal bullet was sentenced in court today. Why did they do this? Rookie wins the radio station appetizer contest and he confesses that he used all of his show prep time doing it. Joe gets mad, but impressed.

St Patrick's Day is this weekend and Joe comments on tomorrow's show and the antics that may take place. Did Joe just do a 'Dirt Alert' OMG! There is left lane legislation murmuring at the Capitol. Will they ticket gramma for going to slow in the left lane? Breaking News: A pedestrian bridge collapses just west of Miami. Cars flattened, very tough scene.

Wednesday, March 14th

It's a Saint Patrick's Day preview for Souch. It's on a Saturday this year and the parties are going to be in full force. Joe jumps into Stephen Hawking's life and thoughts.

The student walkout that was conducted today throughout the country, is a real concern. What are the children trying to accomplish? The tragic event where seventeen souls lost their lives was conducted by an evil person, not a bad gun. This will require more examination. An Oompa Quiz for the staff brightens things up.

The countrywide student walkout at schools was conducted today. What did it accomplish? The loss of seventeen souls was due to an evil person.

Tuesday, March 13th

The Minnesota titles, tabs and drivers licenses debacle has a fall guy. Joe wonders if there is a group to blame , not just one individual. More money is not going to fix the problem. Souch provides and update to the students at Stanford that are addicted to their phone and there is some irony for sure. Yellowstone and what is lingering underneath is getting some publicity, but is the for the proper reasons?

The Freedom From Religion Foundation is at it again. They want a football coach to stop praying before football games, because a concerned citizen complained. These people are nuts. What is the new trend with Mother's Day cards? Tune in to find out. OMG!!

Monday, March 12th

The Mayor presents a Real or Satire segment from the Minneapolis paper today. Jake calls in an EOW from California: He was not allowed to play catch with his son in a park! Huh? A Garage Logic dilemma, who should shovel the sidewalks in Crystal? Hmmmm.

Students at Stanford are suing the big phone companies claiming that they have made them addicted to their phones. The Stanford Students Against Addictive Devices has file this suit. What dummies!! An Indiana of Pennsylvania student has been suspended for saying at a public forum, that there are only two genders. Okay......New DL photos can be casual photos? No, this should not be allowed. Ever.

Friday, March 9th

After a quick look at the High School Hockey Tourney results, Joe gets down to business. Some of it is not upbeat. The lunch lady in Inver Grove Heights is in hot water over a an alleged dealing with a student. When Joe went to the lunch line in high school, he had one thing on his mind: To eat lunch. A confrontation with a police officer in Saint Paul leads Joe to do some thinking.

Souch does a great hour on society and pieces together some news items regarding people's behavior and more reasons why the proverbial 'center is not holding'. An upbeat Scramble send us into the weekend with a smile.

Thursday, March 8th

Mentioning the high school state hockey tourney right off of the top of the show. Joe has a rooting interest in his alma mater. Patrick Henry High School wants to change its name. Joe says that this will create a can of worms. Wayne State in Michigan and the Christian Club. What gives?

Ruling from the salon in Saint Paul: One council member is quoted as saying that a new streetcar style train will allow us to ; "Get cars off of the road'. Why do we need to do that? Cars are still good, says Souch. Breaks glass ans smoke Lucky's: There may be a new strain of flu that we cannot fight against. Yikes!

Wednesday, March 7th

A lot of news going on around the world, including an atheist, Lawrence Krauss, the guy in charge of the 'Doomsday Clock'. He may need to stepdown because of sexual misconduct. Why do we have such a fascination with Amelia Earhart? Joe wonders why we can't just come to grips wit the fact that she went down in the drink.

Why should there be a building name change for Coffman uUnion at the U of Minn? There should not be. Go away. Hats off to Angela Merkel for standing up to Euphorians that wanted to change the National Anthem. Does that Alexa thing laugh and freak people out at night?

Tuesday, March 6th

Joe is very pleased that his driveway was untouched by footprints or cars before the snow was removed. One of life's simple pleasures. The driver-less car, is it really necessary and is it a good thing? Ummm. A message in a bottle shows up on a Australian beach. How old was it? Containers are falling off of ships overseas. Who gets the loot and is it fair game?

The 3M settlement is a joke. 3M did not dispose of anything illegally at the time. Why is Lori Swanson's AG office so eager to take them to court. How much is this outside legal team going to cost the state? A whole bunch! Rookie provides a story for Joe that pertains to food of course!

Monday, March 5th

The state is awaiting a snow event. Joe wonders when it will happen. Yet another college is replacing pronouns to accommodate gender issues. Why? Joe does not like it at all. Souch confesses that a kid he used to have has some snowblower issues. NYC banning bags? There are more pressing issues out there.

Nature is bigger than man department: Penguins that were thought to have been long been extinct were found on earth. They were hiding on Danger Island. More examples of politicians ruling from the salon......

Friday, March 2nd

Brian Murphy sits in the Mayor's chair today. What are some of the best sports related movies of all time?

Hour two of Garage Logic includes the Scramble as well as Brian Murphy continuing to solicit input from listeners and the staff about not only the best movies of all time, but the best sport movies of all time.

Thursday, March 1st

Joe wonders who this 'cash me outside' lady? Why is she getting so much attention on the interweb? According to a new survey, California's quality of life is falling very fast. Joe goes over reasons why it has fallen so much.

Joe has a great entertaing show today. This is a must listen. An example of Powerwashing, with a statue of a gorilla in Texas. This causes our President Bush to call in and chat with Joe. Then Rick from Harlingen tells a pretty good joke. OMG!!!

Wednesday, February 28th

More information comes out from the University of Minnesota, regarding Ben Shapiro's speech. Joe wonders what did he say that was so terribly wrong? A new business offers gas delivery and oil changes at your house. Is this a good thing or bad? The boys are not too sure. The governor has declared it 'Bus Driver Day' in MN. Huh?

The Arctic has recently been above freezing. what does this mean for the enviornment? The UNC has a 'Silent Sam' statue that remembers those that fought for the South between 1861-65. Some students are very offended that this still exists. Does the university owe a offensive free campus? Hmmmm

Tuesday, February 27th

Gender trouble in Stearns county. The Daddy Daughter Dance may need to be cancelled due to a protest by the Gender Neutral Group. Joe wonders why they are protesting a gender when they should be neutral? Huh? The driverless car debate is here. Where should Joe be on this?

Some caller spill over from the last hour on the driverless cars, then Joe is onto the U of Minnesota where liberals are protesting the on campus speech by conservative Ben Shapiro. Do they always get to protest when a conservative shows up? Yep-

Monday, February 26th

Joe does some research on how Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School got its name. He learns that she was born in Minneapolis. Rookie thanks him for doing his research.

Souch asks Rookie to replay Paul Harvey audio on the devil from some time ago. It is eerie what Harvey predicted so many years ago. The square root symbol looks like a gun? What? Black History Month at NYU- the menu didn't go over too well with many.

Friday, February 23rd

KSTP-TV Chief Political Reporter Tom Hauser sits in for Souch today. Cell phones being used while driving is one of the issues that the legislature is trying to get their hands on. Rep. Mark Uglem (R) 36A, speaks with Tom on where this sits right now.

It is a Scramble Friday with Tom Hauser at the helm. The fellas are talking hockey and the girl's tourney currently being played. 'The Professor' Mike McGrath joins the show with his expertise. Rookie also chimes in with own daughter's status in the tourney......SCRAMBLE!!

Thursday, February 22nd

Jay Kolls from the Channel 5 news department was in for the Mayor today. He spent the hour talking about to Rep Keith Franke about the light punishments being handed out for people being convicted of distracted driving in which the accidents result in death. He also discussed the Women's gold medal victory last night in hockey, and the fact that his daughter played with 7 members of the US team and 3 from Canada.

Jay Kolls from the Channel 5 news department was in for the Mayor today. He spent the hour talking to Chase Morrill who is the host of "Maine Cabin Masters" on the DIY Network.

Wednesday, February 21st

St Paul Pioneer Press sports columnist Brian Murphy filled in for the Mayor today. He spent the hour discussing the Olympics last night. Lindsey Vonn winning the bronze in her final ever run, also Jessie Diggins from Afton winning the Gold in cross-country skiing.

St Paul Pioneer Press sports columnist Brian Murphy filled in for the Mayor today. He spent the hour discussing the Olympics last night. Lindsey Vonn winning the bronze in her final ever run, also Jessie Diggins from Afton winning the Gold in cross-country skiing.