This week on Full Metal America the guys are first confronted by the most shocking and unholy sound a human can experience... Triple M's ferocious belch. Beyond that the show takes its usual twists and turns. Bill is the star of his own life story in What Would Bill Do and Riggle offers his Schwarzenegger trifecta of autobiographical flicks. The crew then discuss, of all things, Islam (add sarcasm) and whether there's a difference between mainstream and radical versions. Then Bill gives us his take on why the Trumpcare slip is a good thing and how Trump could be crazy like a fox. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show featuring Triple M's gases.
This week on Full Metal America the guys take on the hilarious, if unfortunate, Geraldo moment that Rachel Maddow had this week when she revealed Trump's tax returns. All of this would have to wait though, because things get kicked off with a steamy What Would Bill Do. Riggle later proclaims that he will not be forced to believe someone else's reality, and Triple M registers a complaint about Trump's vacation practices. It's all right here on Full Metal America, the show with more St. Patrick's Day shenanigans than you can shake a stick at.
This week on Full Metal America the listeners make a significant contribution to the show with a What Would Bill Do that's sure to make you ponder the ethics and possibilities of human immortality. Not left field enough for ya? Okay. How about Jeff Sessions and his dismissal of a number of Department of Justice attorneys? Still not what you're looking for? Then how about Oprah for president? Yeah... that got your attention. It's Full Metal America. Bending minds and souls since before history can recall.
This week on Full Metal America, the show the crew meander through the various stories of this week's news cycle. To ensure a little levity, Riggle blindsides Bill with a What Would Bill Do rooted in the latest and greatest in coital accessories. As per usual, the rowdy fun was stemmed with talk of Progressive subterfuge, and Trump's new presidential side. Tune-in and turn-on (in more ways than one). It's Full Metal America... slinging opinion, and lewd fun for what seems like forever.