In episode 13 we converse about the AHCA (American Health Care Act of 2017) and what it could mean for the American people. In segment two Timmy has a question or two about religion, our favorite topic. In the last segment we start a conversation on tires and the different variations therein. It could be an interesting conversation.
In episode 12 we discuss the recent snow and wind storms that ripped through the northeast. The damage those storms caused and homeowners insurance are also a topic. The CIA Wikileaks are a point of conversation in the second segment. In the last segment we ask, “When will all of us be driving electric cars?” The answer is probably a lot sooner than you think.
In episode 11 the most exciting topic of the national debt comes up. It’s just as enthralling as you think. Then we ask, “Can climate change be attributed to humans?” Maybe, maybe not. In the last segment we debate the reliability of old versus new cars. Would you rather use twine and bubblegum or a computer to fix your car?
In episode 10 we have a light chat about 24 hour news organizations and why they are and will always be bad for a society. What we talk about next is predatory bill collecting. How do they get away with charging for next months usage? In the last segment we discuss the relationship between general AI and narrow AI as it pertains to automobiles.
In episode nine Micheal Flynn and others in Trumps administration and their connection to Russia comes into question. Then we discuss Neural Lace, how it works and why it will probably be the future. In the last segment, unfortunately, we complain about the DMV. I know, it will be hard to swallow but I think you’ll make it through.
In episode eight we make an attempt at covering the immigration debacle. It may or may not have gone well, you be the judge. We also have a guest called Joe on the program. Joe helps us try and figure out if humans are naturally altruistic. Do you have any idea how difficult of a topic that is for a 15 minute segment? In the last segment we talk about Nascar and why it’s only popular in the U.S. and compare it to the popularity of Formula 1.
In this episode we try to decide whether Steve Bannon is a real person, the actual President, or the man behind the scenes. In the next segment we talk about the four stages of the Dunning-Kruger effect and which one of us is the most narcissistic. In the last segment we discuss our first cars and cars that nobody should like but we fell in love with.
In episode six we cover the paranoid liberals that are stocking up on provisions because Donald Trump is president. Then three guys talk about the Women’s March on Washington, whether it had the desired effect and if it might be the start of a lasting movement. Light and airy for the last segment, we discuss the different types of auto racing and their respective merits.
In episode five we chat about Betsy Devos, her ideas for the Department of Education, and why her ideas are not in favor of quality education. Then we talk about special interest groups, (P.E.T.A., M.A.D.D.), and what happens when they reach their goals. In the final segment we discuss The Grand Tour and wax poetic on why the hosts are not on Top Gear anymore and should try a slightly different format.
In this episode we examine the dossier that may or may not implicate President Trump in a number of different avenues. Then we discuss gun control and how on one hand it makes sense but on the other hand it doesn’t. In the final segment we talk about hybrid supercars. Then Pete ask’s Aaron to explain the KERS system. Aaron fails. Also we fixed the mics and we feel better now.