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 25 we discuss the shooting at the GOP baseball game, identity politics, and the testimony of Jeff Sessions. Next Timmy brings up the Gish Gallup, having many vague points makes one rational and hard to defeat argument. In the last segment we go back to the 2 stroke versus 4 stroke diesel’s because now we think more smarter.
In episode 24 we discuss Comey’s testimony and its implications of the larger whole. Then we delve into John Locke and how his philosophy pertains to the educational system, religion, and government as an entity. In the last segment we converse about Project X, the longest running magazine project car. Then Aaron is thrown under the bus with a question about 2 stroke and 4 stroke diesel engines, of which he will have the answer for next episode.
In episode 23 we cover the reasons why it is a bad thing to pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement. Next we discuss the Sovereign Citizen movement and why being a sovereign citizen and expecting no repercussions when you do something wrong is idiotic. In the last segment mind uploading is the topic of discussion. If you upload your mind/consciousness are you still you? Or is the new you just a copy of the old you? And what has happened to the old you? Do you perceive any changes at all?
In episode 22 Trumps good deeds, if there are any, is the first topic that we touch on. In the second segment language and how context changes meanings and why this is important are the conversation of the moment. Purely because Pete and Tim are not here this episode, we have guests but I’m not telling you who, Apple and PC go head to head. This should be fun.
In episode 21 we attempt to cover the Comey/obstruction of justice/impeachment debacle. We fail to cover all of the points. Then we listen to Neil deGrasse Tyson tell us why science is important and discuss the merits of science. The last segment, i’m sorry to say, was a total disaster. We had 7 people on the mics, and that was about three too many. We have learned our lesson and apologize for what you are about to hear.
In episode 20 the congressional hearing with Sally Yates and the firing of FBI director Comey are the topics of our first segment. It’s tinfoil poncho time in the second segment as we talk through a few liberal conspiracy theory’s. In the last segment we ask, “Are people engaged enough with the act of driving?”
In episode 19 we discuss the implications of the AHCA and how it passed in the house with hardly anyone reading the bill. Next we speak of gun control and why it doesn’t matter whether you have 7 or 10 bullets in the clip. In the last segment we start the conversation on braking systems and in tonight’s episode we have Brandon as our guest to give a differing perspective on things.
In episode 18 we have guests Joe and Sean on the show. In the first segment we cover North Korea, and why Trump thought it was admirable to drop the MOAB on ISIS in Afghanistan. Then we define net neutrality and why it is a necessary part of the internet and the consequences of it being voted down. The topic in the final segment is the trolley problem, a moral dilemma that five people get into an argument over. As you do with any good moral dilemma.
In episode 17 we discuss nothing. It is a mystery. It was lost. The dog ate it. The toddler drew on it in permanent marker. It was thrown out with the bills. The file got renamed. It was a private conversation. The episode is in the mail. I am building the episode right now with hand tools and the help of a toddler. Pick an excuse that warms the cockles of your heart.
In episode 16 our first topic is Spicy Spicer and his denial that the Holocaust had happened. In the same vain we cover Spicers comments on Holocaust centers?, I think he means concentration camps. Then we cover religious apologist and all around non-thinker Dennis Prager. In the last segment we discuss Apple, Elon Musk, and what they mean to the future of autonomous vehicles.