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 63 we discuss North Korea’s nuclear program and China’s “Forever” leader. Pete wants to talk about what some of the terminology actually means in part 1 of 3 of gun control. In the last segment we touch on fuels, as in, racing, unleaded, E-85, and various others. It’s a large topic so we will chat about it again in a future episode.
In episode 62 it’s Trump again, woohoo. Trumps trade war and his stance on taking your guns. In the second segment we discuss Ken Hams new boat he purchased for ten dollars, trust me he got a deal. And why does it seem that other countries around the world get far cooler cars than we do?
In episode 61 we go over the West Virginia teachers strike and why it’s a good thing. We also cover the Rick Gates indictment. The Pete asks, “How old is 18 really?. And no, it’s not what you think. In part 3 of 3 of driverless cars Aaron asks, “What kind of poster will you hang on your wall when all of the cars look the same?.
In episode 60 a discussion takes place about the mass shooting in Florida. Then we talk about billionaire philanthropist playboy’s and their sometimes insane ideas and what that means for us. Part two of driverless automobiles is all about rules and regulations, sounds dry and sort of is but we try to make it fun.
In episode 59 we discuss the flu epidemic and the impact that televangelists may have on the population at large. The second topic is all about Elon Musk and Space X, because he and they did a thing and it was a really interesting thing. For the third we talk about the different levels of driverless cars and what those levels mean to us right now and what they might mean in the future.
In episode 58, again, its all things Trump. Especially the Girther movement. In the the second topic we discuss population growth and whether it is exponential or linear and the sustainability of such high numbers. In the last topic Aaron explains the differences between over-steer, under-steer, and psycho-steer.
In episode 57 we dabble in foreign and domestic politics this time. I new there was a whole big world out there I just couldn’t find it through the sea of orange. Then a discussion ensues about ICE raiding 7-11’s, and a little about identity politics. Then the question is asked, “What is it about JDM car culture that is fascinating to everybody except for the Japanese?”
Feedback time! It was logistically difficult for all three to get together in the garage to record so sadly no episode. We would like to take this opportunity to ask you, the listener, what you think about the show. What are we doing right or what are we doing wrong? What would you like to hear more of or what would you like to hear less of? Do you listen to us because we have intelligent, meaningful conversations or do you listen to us because of the beer review? Any other likes or dislikes? We want to become better at what we do and we can’t do that without feedback. Thanks for listening and we hope to hear from you.
In episode 55 we talk Trump and shithole countries, Trump and pornstars, and a retraction about North Korea. Their missiles can reach further than we thought, sorry. Then we discuss the raw water movement and Oregon Trail. Your wagon wheel fell off and you died of… In the third segment we ask, “Why do Americans settle for such shitty small cars?”
In episode 54 we discuss how Trumps button may or may not be bigger than everybody else’s button. There was also a book released detailing the Trump Whitehouse. In the second segment Tim and Pete go full geek, pocket protectors and all. In the last segment Aaron attempts to discuss the pros and cons between independent rear axles and live axles but was interrupted by Tim, as per usual.