Three guys, a garage and conversation. Topics range from politics to social issues to cars and everything in between. Just three disparate voices on the issues of today. Oh and there may also be some beer involved.
In episode 97 we of course talk about the government shutdown, the skills gap is a lie, and a robotic tongue has been banned from CES (surprise,surprise). What happens when a social media mob comes out to play in the real world? In the last segment we talk brakes, why they fail, and what to listen for.
In episode 96 the democrats are back in the house, for better or worse and then we talk about the bad democrats of Chicago and California. In the second segment we discuss Terry Davis, a brilliant programmer who wrote his own OS from top to bottom, but was also plagued with some very heavy mental instabilities that could not be overcome. The third segment is about modifying cars. Why? What do you consider a modified car and why do so many people do it so poorly?
In episode 95 we talk about how hospitals are now required to post their prices online, that courts are allowing people who have medical marijuana licences to sue their employers for wrongful termination, and how the TSA is training dogs with floppy ears. In the second segment we discuss the settlement of Spectrum Communications with the State of New York. In the third segment we talk about Space, and low cost methods of beginners astronomy.
In episode 94 we talk about Ammon Bundy, the supreme court and then nunchucks (I know how it sounds). In the second segment we discuss free speech zones (it’s as ridiculous as it sounds). In the third segment we chat about how Mother Mopar is about to release something that is sort of the end all to the horsepower wars that have been going on for quite some time now.
In episode 93 we discuss how Trump is a felon (we shall see how that plays out), Ajit Pai, and making toddlers pay. Is the coddling of the American mind a thing? The Atlantic answers that question for you. Aaron asks, “Why is it always the 10 cent part that manages to break other very expensive parts of your vehicle?”
In episode 92 we discuss border walls as they pertain to midterm mass shootings. Fallacy, fallacy, fallacy. What if I told you that you could own a car that has set records in Germany, can do daily driving duties, and seat a family of four? Would you?
In episode 91 Trump is talking about birthright citizenship again, there was a made up Mueller conspiracy that has imploded, and then delicious hot dog water. In the second segment we cover MMS (Master Mineral Solution), it’s something made by a crazy person that will make you very angry when you hear what is being done with MMS. If you could pick any body style automobile and any powerplant what would it be? That is the question.
In episode 89 we go over the things that Mitch McConnell has done this week, corporate tuna-fish, and our terrifying new robot overlords. In the second segment we talk about black salve, a chemical that people are using to get rid of cancer. In the third segment we attempt to discuss the various kinds of timing components for your engine but we have a guest and get ever so slightly off topic.
In episode 88 we attempt to explain tariff’s and how they affect the economy. Did you know that it is now illegal to be a Muslim in China? Well now you do. In the second segment old men shake their fists at things they don’t understand. To help fill Aaron’s lungs with air we talk the pros and cons of turbochargers and superchargers.
Do you have questions about the future or the past? When will you pass that test? When will you get married? When will you have children? Should I get that tattoo? (Did you draw the concept,? then yes, get the tattoo.) Should I buy that car? (If it is South Korean, then, no, maybe(it depends)). Should I have done that thing in my past that I know I shouldn’t have done? No, you are a bad person for doing it and you should feel bed, but that’s alright we all do too. That’s enough existentialism (regrets) for one evening, we had a loss of data and we could not come back from it. Could we have done things differently?