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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 110

Friday, January 20, 2017

Get Your Schnitte Together

Jennifer Gumbel, former mayor of LeRoy, tells us about German candy and German wars. Also, Matt Stevens want to give new state legislators a chance.

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Show Notes

A Block

  • Karaoke Night Saturday.
  • MEPS event.
  • Jennifer Gumbel, former mayor of LeRoy, Minnesota.
    • Weird German candy.
    • Aspic.
  • Matt Stevens on giving new state legislators a chance.
  • The News Bag.

B Block

  • “The Sound of Music”.
  • Learning the lessons of World War II.

Post-Pod Showcast

  • Why Jack is so tired. Why is Ben like a two-year-old.
  • Ben is yarnboarding about Olivia Newton-John’s 1980s sex life.
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