Joe reports to starting out the day with the utmost enthusiasm and positivity. He found coins on a walk, his reflexes are improving, etc. The it all came to a halt when he found a physical test that he could not do. Reuvers could, Rookie...NOPE!
A sad story about windmilling. A dog got very sick eating compost from the neighbors yard. The dog will live-but shouldn't compost be all natural? Great sound of a baby laugh! Scramble Friday!!!!
Joe recaps the Timberwolves contest from last night. It was nice to see a festive atmosphere for the Wolves. Jihaddy John, the spokesman that has appeared before the beheadings, might be identified. 11 year-old girl stops home invasion w/ shotgun!
What is preregistration for high school students? MN Sec of State Steve Simon is planning on this for MN. Anchor Kristy Capel from Fox 8 in Ohio is probably not smart enough to know what her mistake is. A Russian man loses his testicles. OUCH!
After a brief recap of the Wild and their loss to Edmonton. The Wild played hard but were jinxed by Reuvers and Reusse. The University of Minnesota and their new policy on crime reporting is a joke. A cool car gets Joe's attention.
Joe welcomes to the show, Julio Ojeda-Zapata, the technical reporter for the Pioneer Press. Souch wonders if the government controlling it is a good idea or a bad one. Callers and e-mails chime in. More research is needed.
What is the deal with graduation rates at about eighty percent? Souch says graduating from high school is not that difficult. Get it done. Joe recalls an old farm in Dellwood, but he cannot think of the name of it. Get the U.N. our of our country.
A Republican legislator asks a female anatomy question and is mocked quite a bit by lefty newsrooms across the country. Why are we still collaring young moose? Many are being rejected by their mothers. Is Japan making robotic bears? Peanuts???
Joe mentions some of the terror groups that are out there. The list is expanding and they are all bad. What are the news gathering habits of twenty-five year olds theses days? Souch wonders if they ever read the paper or watch a newscast.
Will the FCC take over the internet? Joe weighs the pros and the cons but needs to research this more. The Arthur M. Anderson is a freighter that is stuck in Lake Erie. Yes, the Great Lakes are freezing. Windmill-LED lights in Japan are a problem
Garage Logic with Joe Soucheray is live from the Venture Bank Minnesota Golf Show. Micheal Zenk, from Venture Bank, joins to discuss the golf show and getting youth into the game.
The show starts with a clip from Frank Caliendo impersonating Morgan Freeman. He reads A-Rod's apology to New York fans. Pretty good. Then it's on to more serious subjects. An article in the Atlantic by Graeme Wood that mentions what ISIS wants.
Joe reads a story about a kid in Ohio that claims he was someone else in a previous life. After Joe looks at the complete story, he realizes that this story might be not one hundred percent true. Souch then gets on the staff for not working hard.
Souch gives a VP Joe Biden from yesterday's news. The Boston mayor means business with people jumping out of windows into the snow. The solar activity cycle: The sun does what it wants to do. A Saudi cleric claims says the earth does not move.
The controversy between Somalis going to fight for bad guys and what programs the government should implement to stop them is at the forefront of today's news. Does Frankling Graham, son of Billy Graham, speak the truth? 92 yfear old drivers- Uh-oh