Things are beginning to happen in Ferguson, MO. The grand jury has made a decision but Joe is concerned why they are not announcing it during the light of day. It seems that could help thing out a bit. Police Chief in Milwaukee speaks the truth.
It is sad that the newborn gorilla at the Como Zoo has died. Is there a way that we could watch these newborns closely to see if they are being properly fed? Katy Perry at the Super Bowl? Joe goes through some Thanksgiving history for the GL'ers.
Joe starts out the show with a comment on concussions and how someone he knows is dealing with it currently. These things are very serious. What is the deal with Bill Cosby? If these allegations are true, he has fooled many of us. Pres Obama...
Two quick comments from Joe on the Keystone Pipeline and then onto more business. Why does President Obama not follow the laws that we have in place? He cannot make up his own rules? Ramsey Jr High needs some big time help. SCRAMBLE!!!!
New Mexico State University has something called a 'fat vest' to become more aware of problems large people have. Lynn the librarian from Gile, WI, mentions exactly how to pronounce the town (GUY'-L) and how they are dealing with all of the snow.
Setting the Keystone XL pipeline debate straight, Souch looks at a fact check that is done by the Washington Post. Many questions about local refineries being closed. The New York Times got it very wrong. Grape salad is not a staple of MN dinners.
Buffalo is getting socked with snow. Joe wonders how they will they get ready for the football game on Sunday? Will their shoveling crews work like they do in Green Bay? American assessments of their personal freedom ranks very low.
Joe mentions to the staff that they should get their act together and start looking up stuff when he asks. Rookie and Reuvers then 'Rainman' it and look up everything. Joe's ebola update today has to do with how news outfits cover this story.
Joe reports that we lost a Great Living American today. Jim Ragsdale, who Souch had worked with at the paper died today. Race relations in Saint Paul took a hit: Black woman says she doesn't like whites/Cold temps continue/windmill alert in WI
Joe reviews Nikita Krushchev's visit to the United States during the height of the cold war. A diversity update finds a Saudi man wants a divorce after he sees his wife's face for the first time. Uh oh!
Joe starts out this cold Monday with some climate news that cannot be disputed today. We are in a cooling period. Should we just leave our cars in the ditch when they stall or are in an accident? Where do our sensibilities lie?
Police in Florida storm a school during a test procedure and frighten the students whom were not privy to the police action. Why? The cops should always tell the school what they are up to. Ridiculous!
Joe promotes a bear story that he will reveal later in the show. Gile, WI has picked up about fifty inches of snow this winter. The entire staff is arguing about band longevity. Which band has been together the longest? Ken on the band Slipknot.
Joe gives us the story that he was promising. A story about a bear that is second to none. It is a must listen. In Florida,atheists are handing out a satanic manual. What next? A Scramble Friday on a cold day.
Joe has a brainstorm seconds into the show and shares it with the audience and staff. Will there be paid voters in the future? Hmmmmm Souch then gets his hands on a 1965 literacy test given to potential black voters in the south in 1965.