In episode 48 a conversation ensues about the FCC and net neutrality, again. Because we apparently live in a world where people actually believe large corporations. A man you have never heard of is the topic of the second segment. We discuss his political/religious views at great length. The video linked below should be watched first to get an idea of what we are talking about (only watch the first 15 minutes, unless you’re a sycophant and enjoy this kind of thing). Where have all of the automotive manuals gone? asks Aaron in the third segment.
You know that thing you did in the back of your car that one time? Yeah, that happened to us. We were arrested for failing to pay a court mandated hourly allowance to Terrance’s widow. She claims that we killed him. We claim it was the drinking and anger issues. Unfortunately that means that there will not be an episode this week because we spent a good portion of the weekend in cricket prison waiting to get released on bail. And yes the prison is exactly as small as you think it is. By the time this is over with paying the fee we will have been paying for six months, or 28 generations of Terrance’s progeny.
In episode 46 a discussion takes place on whether or not the Democrats winning elections and taking Republican seats is actually good for everybody. Sexual harassment and other weird sexual behavior in Hollywood is also on the topic list. In the next segment Tim wants to talk about Euthyphro’s dilemma and where your moral compass may have come from. In the last segment Aaron asks, “Why do people buy new cars every 3-5 years.” It’s because they are lazy that’s why.
In episode 45 we talk about the implications of what Papadopoulos may or may not have said to the feds with regard to the Russia investigation. In the next segment Pete wants to talk about “flow moments”. I think it has something to do with plumbing although I am not entirely sure. The last segment asks, “Do you become a better driver if you play auto racing games?” Thoughts?
In episode 44 we discuss the ruling that the FCC has made and how that affects companies like Sinclair Media. The next topic is sex robots, (think Futurama),are they bad or are they good that is the question. The last segment is about rotary engines and why they get so much hate.