State fairs are well known for their horrible food, often both in terms of flavor and effects on your cardiovascular system, but it’s only once a year so it’s fine.
Part 2 was extremely short, but we still managed to get in a story about colon guns.
The studio is stretched to max capacity as we are joined by 1987 World Series MVP; Frank Viola, as well as Heather Doyle, and Lane Christianson.
You may notice some minor changes to the show today. You also might not because you’ll be too distracted by the turmoil. Also, MLB talk.
All the complaining has finally paid off: Minnesota now holds honor of the longest title drought. I’m not sure what the payoff is, but it must be something.
The Twins may be on their way to their worst MLB season in history. Bison are being euthanized. Politics are politics. Is there no ray of light that can pierce the darkness?
If the Twins won 3 games and lost 83, what percentage of games did they lose? If this question offends you, don’t take math tests in Mobile just in case.
The US tax code is a document beyond human comprehension. Phil does his best to explain at least some of it, but a 15 minute phone interview isn’t quite enough time to cover the whole thing.
This segment’s title may be stolen from Futurama, but it’s fitting enough to warrant it. Cy and Bob are in studio and there have been a lot of racial tensions lately, and you know what that means.
Isaac’s here to cover for Michelle, whose plane was late. He’s at the Sisyphus Brewery, but what matters more is that he’s got the latest on what’s going on in the world. Especially in sports.