This week on Full Metal America the crew take a break from politics and finally discuss their favorite action flicks. They decided it was time to have a little fun, so you get a marathon of What Would Bill Do questions to start-off. For the rest of the show Lentz and Riggle discuss the old-school action flicks and their sociological origins and impact. It's a fun and relaxed show dedicated to our fallen men and women for Memorial Day. Enjoy!
This week on Full Metal America the guys tackle some of the week's topics head-on. First, Bill takes a moment to remember Chris Cornell from Soundgarden. Of course, that doesn't stop Riggle from sticking the the routine as Bill answers a What Would Bill Do pertaining to what it would be like as a North Korean to suddenly learn the truth of the world. Later the crew discuss the Comey's memo and what it could mean for the future. Then Riggle asks if we can smell what the POTUS is cookin'. That's right, Full Metal America asks if The Rock is actually serious about a run for the White House. Triple M reveals an intimate conversation she had Riggle about the vagina's secret special power. Finally, the show closes on a positive note with some words of inspiration from the Gipper. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show featuring the deafening crunch of a tortilla chip near a microphone.
This week on Full Metal America Bill and Riggle touch on the French election and ponder the future of France and Europe as a whole. First, Riggle bids Lentz to imagine himself as Max in Beyond Thunderdome and tell us what he would do differently. Why? Because Riggle got all worked-up about the ransomware attacks and made the theme of the show the apocalypse. Later, the guys chat about France, and how redheaded women don't have souls. Bill then tells us about the conversation he had this week with congressman Steve Pearce. Plus, the crew discuss the surprise dismissal of James Comey. Finally, Bill suggests a segment for future shows where they discuss what America is doing right. It's Full Metal America, your number one show where two men enter and one man leaves.
This week on Full Metal America the guys go on a VERY long jaunt into the nothingness of various topics du jour. Firstly, Bill lays out 5 platform point of his would-be political party, named by Triple M and the "Westist Party." Later, the crew discuss #Trumpcare 2.0 and self defense in a home invasion scenario. Finally, Riggle circles-back to the #frenchelection and the possible future of the European Union. It's Full Metal America, the radio/podcast version of sitting around and chatting with some old friends.