Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

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Minnesota’s Morning Podcast

Episode 182

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Shrimp Tenderloin

Rep. Matt Dean is running for governor and wants to undo MnSure. Plus, Don Grant with Old Man Paper.

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Show Notes

A Block

  • Patreon goal achieved.
  • Amazing Amazon A-Tuesday.
  • The News Bag. [13:05]

B Block

  • Republican gubernatorial candidate Matt Dean. [33:52]

C Block

  • Racist post on MnGOP CD7 Facebook page. [1:05:23]
  • Old Man Paper with Don Grant. [1:10:33]
    • Obituaries and Nicknames.
    • War veterans.
    • Saint Paul graduation rates.
    • Eye discipline.
    • Caucasian-aggressive pandas.
    • Buffalo Wild Wings.
    • Obama speaking fee.
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