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 84 we discuss the funeral of Senator McCain and that leads into talking points about amendment 25. In the second segment it’s all about the Twitter purge and why it’s good for everybody. The third segment is about drive-lines and your clutch.
In episode 83 we discuss denying U.S. passports and the lack of school shootings in the U.S. and why 24 hour news media is bad. For the second topic we try and cover the incel movement (4-chan neckbeards). In the last segment we talk aboiut American automobile interiors, why they are crap and the much better interiors from almost every other country.
In episode 82 we discuss the militarization of the police force, prison labor strikes, and New York told Spectrum Internet to fuck off because their liars. In the second topic we will try to talk about chem-trails without going too far overboard into crazy territory. For the last segment we discuss the merits an pit falls of owning an SUV versus a minivan.
We are back after a three week hiatus. The boys had fun swinging swords and nerdy words at each other and Aaron had some much needed time off from the nerdy words. In episode 81 we chat about the benefits of global warming, a lovely new bronze statue in Arkansas, and Ajit Pai (probably misspelled but who cares). In the second segment you get to listen to three white guys talk about whether or not racist jokes are appropriate, ever. For the third topic we discuss transmissions, manual, automatic and what might be in store for them in the future.
In episode 80 we cover banning birthright citizenship and MSG, two very comparable topics. The second topic is all about Boltzmann brains, if you don’t know about it then listen and we’ll tell you. The last topic is about rev limiters and why they are a good thing.
In episode 79 we discuss how the US government has lost some children and then a Canadian woman has lost her car. In the second segment a crazy person made something called Jilly Juice. Do you have a missing limb? Jilly Juice can regrow that limb for you. For the third segment we go over the Porsche 944, a pretty but mostly useless automobile.
In episode 78 we try to delve into why Jeff Sessions quoted religious scripture, and when is the right time to cover up your most important bits with a helmet. The second topic is about network storage solutions cheaply. What can you use to store mission critical information long term? Then Aaron asks, “Why does everybody hate the 1980’s Chevy Camaro?”
In episode 77 we discuss how the California Bay area is a useless place to live, then onto mass shooting #685,297 of 2018. Timmy will be explaining what “post hoc ergo propter hoc” is, I just don’t have the time to explain because I have to make sure that my rooster is still alive. In the last segment we talk about a practical, reliable, and fast automobile. The VW Beetle.
In episode 76 we discuss whether it’s good or bad to keep kids in cages, pro-tip: it’s not. In the second segment we talk about the militarization of space, whether or not it’s even a thing that can happen. In the last segment we ponder over why the Mini Clubman exists.
In episode 75 the top topics are, Florida forgets, nine year olds in rehab, and John McCain has gone maverick again. Today’s philosophical topic is all about the anthropic principal. In the third topic we talk about the complexity of computers in cars and how far they have come.
And now for your moment of grilling.