Up And At Em With Jack And Ben

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Sinopsis

Good morning Twin Cities! Up and At Em! Jack Tomczak and Benjamin Kruse are here to wake you up with their entertaining take on current events.

Episodios

  • 1048: Arbiter of Journalistic Ethics

    1048: Arbiter of Journalistic Ethics

    18/01/2021

    Local journalist snipe at each other on Twitter, the pillow guy recommends marshal law, and the most obscure and convoluted rules in sports.

  • 1047: Gary Backbacon

    1047: Gary Backbacon

    15/01/2021

    Diana Withers tells us why public schools should ask online schools for advice on distance learning. Plus, your voicemails.

  • 1046: Rapscallion

    1046: Rapscallion

    14/01/2021

    Ben and Matt discuss the finer points of ice fishing while the president gets impeached again.

  • 1045: Future Very Imperfect

    1045: Future Very Imperfect

    13/01/2021

    The mood inside the state legislature isn’t great given than most people aren’t at the Capitol. Plus, Right Up My Alley.

  • 1044: Polyclonal Response

    1044: Polyclonal Response

    12/01/2021

    Dr Mike reëxplains coronavirus variants. Plus, legislative online meeting shouting matches and more stolen police cars.

  • 1043: Hipster Chickens

    1043: Hipster Chickens

    11/01/2021

    Woodworking, online family reunions, and our core identities. Plus, the ethics of digital fish.

  • 1042: The Reverse Snow Day Scenario

    1042: The Reverse Snow Day Scenario

    08/01/2021

    Melissa Sauser shares why kids desperately need to get back into the classroom. Also, undercover postal inspectors and your voicemails.

  • 1041: Insurrection

    1041: Insurrection

    07/01/2021

    Ben reacts to the unfathomable coup attempt at our Nation’s Capitol.

  • 1040: Ketchup is Minnesota Spicy

    1040: Ketchup is Minnesota Spicy

    06/01/2021

    Senator Michelle Benson gives us a preview of the new legislative session and some stress baking tips.

  • 1039: Florum

    1039: Florum

    05/01/2021

    What do Bob Hope, Whitney Houston, and Abe Vigoda all have in common? Plus, the importance of open meeting laws.

  • 1038: You Don’t Wanna Have Empty Pockets When the Turnip Lady Shows Up

    1038: You Don’t Wanna Have Empty Pockets When the Turnip Lady Shows Up

    04/01/2021

    Ben returns for the new year with a better understanding of the Animal Crossing economy.

  • S20: Belated Christmas Voicemails

    S20: Belated Christmas Voicemails

    03/01/2021

    Ben fully committed to checking out this Christmas. Here's the voicemails you should have heard last week.

  • 1037: Speechless

    1037: Speechless

    23/12/2020

    Ben previews what we’ll be talking about in the new year, but not before you listeners do something that puts him at a loss for words.

  • 1036: The Cutting Edge

    1036: The Cutting Edge

    22/12/2020

    It has become apparent that Ben should have stopped recording shows a week ago.

  • 1035: You Can Add the Nuance

    1035: You Can Add the Nuance

    21/12/2020

    Senator Mark Koran is running for MnGOP chair. Plus, bad photoshop in scientific studies with Dr Mike Carpenter.

  • 1034: Flabbergasters

    1034: Flabbergasters

    18/12/2020
  • 1033: Outdoor Dining

    1033: Outdoor Dining

    17/12/2020

    Ben’s brain is broken, but he can still talk about The Fifth Element, puppies, jewelry ads, and NAND gates. Oh, and Governor Walz extended the lockdown.

  • 1032: Raw Meat Sandwich

    1032: Raw Meat Sandwich

    16/12/2020

    Ben and Barbara disagree on how to fight the pandemic, but they agree Walz screwed it up. Plus, a biblical Right Up My Alley.

  • 1031: Is 2022 the Most Important Election of Our Lifetime?

    1031: Is 2022 the Most Important Election of Our Lifetime?

    15/12/2020

    Political consultant Billy Grant and new MnGOP Secretary Dave Pascoe discuss how the 2020 election will change the strategies for 2022.

  • 1030: Twenty-First Century Fat-Ass

    1030: Twenty-First Century Fat-Ass

    14/12/2020

    Don Grant is old, he’s a man, and he loves newspapers.