Souch mentions that is is National Joe Day. The staff thumbs their noses at the notion of giving Joe props. Joe struggles with the pilot of the plane that crashed in the Alps. This was a murderous act, according to Joe. Callers agree with Joe.
Friend of Garage Logic and New York Times best selling author, Randy Wayne White, meets with Joe to discuss his new book: "Cuba Straits"
Soucheray spent the hour today talking about the strange twist in the developments of the German flight that crashed and the pilot who apparently intentionally crashed the plane into the French Alps.
Soucheray spent the hour today talking about the woman who shot at a McDonalds employee who forgot to put bacon on her burger. He also discussed the military training exercise that is taking place in several states across the country.
From the New York Post: Cornell dean says ISIS welcome on campus in undercover video. Joe wonders how someone could be so dumb. Jeremy Clarkson from Top Gear has been fired. What's next for the show?
Joe mentions the plane crash in the French Alps. This is not the first time that a plane has gone down there. The NFL is very greedy. They basically want to have the game here and do not want to pay taxes. The band Hippo Campus is wonderful.
Joe has learned the behind the scenes story of Rufus Wainwright's song 'Grey Gardens'. What an interesting background. Local restaurant guru, among other endeavors, Tom Scallen has dies at the age of 89. Joe reviews his full life. Juice in NY?
Co-founder of Greenpeace, Patrick Moore, has written something called: "Why I am a Climate Change Skeptic", explaining just where he stands. Add the late, great Michael Crichton to that list. The Obamas have some staff trouble in the White House.
Joe gets through some e-mails and then gets down to business. The Minneapolis school district cuts will save the district $11.6 million. How much do these people make? Saint Cloud is trying to deal with bullying? Joe is letting the snow go.
A miracle in Naples, Italy? Pope Francis may have been involved in a miracle, where previous Popes have failed. Why are there so many Toyotas in the hands of terrorists? Do we have electro-magnetic allergies? Is this the Saymer Theory?
Souch is off for the day. Tom Hauser sits in the Mayor's chair and welcomes WCHA commissioner Billy Robertson. The former Wild communications guru talks to Tom about the wealth of tourneys here in the metro are this weekend.
Another show that is coming to town, is a show called The Illusionists. It is a showcase of expert magicians, including native Minnesotan, Dan Sperry, who is featured in the show. Dan talks about his career and how magic made him happy.
Former Sec of Homeland Security for the U.S., Janet Napolitano has come under fire, for dismissing protesters at UC. Trouble in Pine Bush, NY with the Pledge of Allegiance being said in Arabic. What?? Another Human Condition Story Failure.
Joe asks the staff about brackets in the NCAA basketball tourney. Are the odds the same, worse or better than the lottery odds? It's a math thing for Souch. A study on obesity in California turns out to be a flop.
Joe mentions the Wild and the way won last night. Dumba has a quick shot according to Joe. Solar flares can be quite a bit overwhelming for Souch. A caller helps him out. Valeria Silva gets a nice pay raise. Peoria, IL has a bad Rep.