We start with Joel’s final thoughts on the Snelgrove trial and the childish behaviour of protestors. Then, moving onto important issues, we get into the story about the colour of a kid’s bowling pants losing them gold and wonder how hard it is to get a pair of black pants. Government removed the word “culture” from a department name, but then added it back because some people were mad. Joel wonders why politicians talk so fake, and thinks they should all talk like Trump. A safe was ripped out of a building using a tractor, but there are many details missing from the story. We check out a high school taking cell phones during class and Nick doesn’t like it. There’s an oddly expensive method for tracking the caribou population in NL, and Joel thinks it is all a waste of money. We talk about the Brier which is in town this week, and then talk about how difficult axe throwing is. To wrap up the show we look at Glen Payette’s CBC sign-off and talk about some other local media personalities.