Joe takes on Reuvers, asking him to define what county U of Minn-Mankato is located in. Once again, the U.N. is complaining that the sky is falling. Will climate change affect the taste of beer in the future?
MPR has complained that cars driving over rail lines are causing vibrations. Joe wonders what they are up to over at Public Radio. What do they want? In Lincoln, Nebraska, an elementary school is giving advice on how to deal with bullies.SCRAMBLE!
Joe starts the show with an update and his thoughts on the University of Mankato football coach and program. Joe thinks that the players rejecting the coach back is not okay and looked bad. A moron pees through a fence at a water treatment plant.
A little more in depth on water from last hour. How many gallons does Lake Nokomis have? Reuvers has a task and then an on-air caller suggests calling the Lake Detective. Will he be stumped? Tune in to find out? A play in the Garage? Yes or No?
The idiot that left a backpack while walking close to the finish line of the Boston Marathon, will not be named by Joe. A coach gets into big trouble after he pushes a student who had just passed gas in his face. Met Council's Thrive MSP 2004? Huh?
Joe gets his hands on some census data. You know what means, STATS STATS STATS! It's one of Joe's favorite things; supply GL'ers with census data. This data focuses on the workforce. The Mustang is fifty years old. Joe tells the story of his '71
A shooting in Kansas City is the result of evil, according to Joe. There is no other way to explain it. A report of a poor thief botching a robbery at a place called Bubbles. Cost of O.J. is going through the roof. The words to Gettyburg address.
Former Minneapolis Bike Coordinator, Shaun Murphy's Star Tribune letter to the editor, mentions the merits of biking instead of driving a car. He wants much more attention paid to bikes instead of cars. Joe disagrees. Blood Moon: Joe missed it.
Joe gives us a summary of the Wild from this past week and gives us a playoff preview for the NHL. A bear update from Souch about a Florida bear attack. Do FL bears hibernate? Would a huge sun shade help with global warming? What?
Many arenas across the state use a product that is called R22. R22 will be banned and force some arenas to close because they cannot afford the new technology. Some recent food stamp numbers are shocking.
Joe welcomes Dr Bill Weppner, a retiree with a Phd in Biochemistry. Dr. Bill talks to Joe about methane and how it works in simple terms. Souch reads the e-mail that Dr Bill sent. Mother is rumbling according to Stacey the GL Geologist.
Is it the end of the world? Joe does some research on the blood moons that will be seen shortly. Some parts of the Bible call this the beginning of the end. How much does it cost to propose at a stadium? New food at the fair? Not really.
Joe reports some good news regarding the moose on Isle Royal, then comments on some coyote sightings in the metro area. Souch reminds Rookie and Reuvers that they are on probation from yesterday. News from the Corvette museum in KY.
Are we going to make the cow of the future? There are groups that are concerned with methane gas from cattle. Joe found that this is the least amount of cattle since 1951. Why should there be a program for cattle when the count is so low?
Joe starts the show with a tip of the cap to the nice weather. Rookie gets in trouble with Joe because he cannot find info on Gen John Forbes. Gov Dayton will sign the bullying bill today. Joe looks for the definition of bullying.