This week on Full Metal America we discuss the Royal Wedding... NOT! We actually discuss the Trump admin and the ongoing battle with the DOJ. Plus we take on the shooting at Santa Fe High School in Texas. It's Full Metal America... for whatever ails ya.
This week on Full Metal America the guys talk about Korea and the possibility of an end to the Korean War. First Riggle poses a question to Bill about living forever. Next the guys chat a bit more about Comey, and then round things off with Korea and the right to have differences of opinion. It's Full Metal America, some thought we'd be be bigger.
This week on Full Metal America the crew discuss the Starbucks controversy. First, your What Would Bill Do asks if Bill would clone his beloved dog. Then they discuss the DNC's lawsuit against the world, the Southwest Airlines engine failure, and the Starbucks supposed racial profiling controversy. Lastly, they briefly touch base on openly socialist political candidates. It's Full Metal America, a strong peppering of everything under the sun.
This week on Full Metal America the crew discuss the YouTube shooting. First, Riggle asked Bill is thoughts on the new Roseanne show. Next, we get some advice on how to spot a keeping in your significant other. Finally, the guys talk about the YouTube shooting and the origins of the Left's reputation for being champions of freedom of speech. It's Full Metal America, part of a well-balanced breakfast.
This week on Full Metal America, the crew are BACK! The internet at the studio essentially gave up, and after not doing the show for nearly three months, the guys said they'd had enough.
First, Riggle asks Bill what he would do if he had a child who was suspended for NOT participating in the walk-out. This leads into a discussion about gun control which has been a long time coming. Later the guys offer up some harsh criticisms of the Trump administration and the trillion dollar omnibus bill. It's Full Metal America, connecting to the internet like it's 1999.
This week on Full Metal America the crew discuss Christmas and all things Christmas! First, Bill imagines himself in period piece pornography. Later the crew discuss Christmas, Star Wars, great gifts from the past, tax cuts and more! It's Full Metal America, grateful for the big man in the red pajamas!
This week the crew discuss Roy Moore's loss in Alabama. First, Bill needs to choose his preference between a zombie apocalypse or a catastrophic natural disaster. Then the crew take on the possible tax cuts, and the new Democrat tactic of using accusations to win an election. It's Full Metal America!
This week on Full Metal America the crew come back from a much needed break. First, we imagine a world where Bill must live in the middle ages. Later they discuss the US military going after ISIS and Trump's move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. Finally, they chat about the resignations... ALL the resignations. It's Full Metal America, gettin' in on like Donkey Kong.
This week on Full Metal America the crew take on Thanksgiving! First, Riggle poses a difficult What Would Bill Do where Bill must confront a family member who has fallen in love with a sex robot. Then they discuss their favorite aspects of Thanksgiving. In the second hour, things get a bit heated as the trio explore the issue of Net Neutrality. Finally, the show closes on whether or not internet commerce should be subject to gross receipts taxes. Is Full Metal America, served with a side of cranberry sauce.
This week on Full Metal America the crew take on the latest sexual harassment accusations. Bill gives us a recap on his take from the Sutherland Springs shooting. Then it's all guns blazing on the sexual harassment accusations against Al Franken, Roy Moore, and Sylvester Stallone. It's Full Metal America, pointing the figure where it needs to go.
This week on Full Metal America, Riggle and Triple M are forced to go it alone as Bill is out this week. First, Triple M gets a What Would Triple M Do where she imagines she's running a political campaign on the verge of scandal. Next they take on the shootings in Sutherland Springs and the recent Democrat wins. To wrap up, the crew discuss the allegations against Louis C.K. and Roy Moore. It's Full Metal America, playing the game from Waiting... live on the radio.
This week on Full Metal America the crew get back down to the nitty-gritty. First, we get a What Would Bill Do where Bill imagines he's roommates with none other than President Obama. Next the guys talk about Trump's visit to Asia, and the Republican tax plan. Then they take on Donna Brazile. To close, Lentz, Riggle, and Triple M go round and round on the Kevin Spacey scandal and Hollywood's general debauchery. It's Full Metal America... there when you need us, and even sometimes when you don't.
This week on Full Metal America, the crew take on corruption and what it means to society as a whole. First, Riggle is completely swamped and forgets to come up with a What Would Bill Do. That doesn't prove to be an issue because the Clinton collusion with Russia is more than enough to talk about. Then they chat a bit about the epidemic of sexual harassment accusations. Lastly, Riggle and Lentz check-in on the Catalan independence. It's Full Metal America, just... enjoy!
This week on Full Metal America the crew take on the topic of disrespect. First, Riggle asks Lentz how he'd fix the country with just 80 million dollars. Later, the guys wrap on the NFL ratings. Then they tee-up on Frederica Wilson and her hats, and the possible Republican budget. Finally, Riggle, Lentz, and Triple M discuss Playboy's upcoming edition which will feature the first transgender Playmate of the Month for US version of the magazine. It's Full Metal America, forging a path to, and then through, the brave new world.
This week on Full Metal America the crew takes us a twisty ride. First, Triple M challenges Bill with a What Would Bill Do where Bill gives his opinion on the worst actor / role combination. Later, the guys circle back to the NFL, protests, and America's new outrage culture. Finally, things get rounded-off with Harvey Weinstein and the true face of Hollywood. It's Full Metal America... makin' sure that she show definitely goes on.
This week the crew discuss the Las Vegas shooting at the Mandalay Bay. First, Triple M takes the Conn and asks a What Would Bill Do in where Bill must imagine he has awoken in the body of Kim Jong Un and must heal North Korea enough to then launch a lucrative singing career. Later, things get more serious as the guys discuss the Las Vegas shooting and the subsequent political opportunism from the usual players. Finally, Riggle discusses the Catalan referendum and what it could mean for Spain and the whole of the E.U. It's Full Metal America, covering the issues both foreign and domestic.
This week on Full Metal America the crew take on taking the knee. First, Riggle makes up a What Would Bill Do out of thin air where Bill imagines a one way trip to Mars. Then Riggle informs us that California is mulling-over a bill that would ban gas powered cars. Later, Bill tells us about Ken Burns' documentary, The Vietnam War. Finally, Riggle rants and Bill offers up some insight regarding the NFL and the Take the Knee phenomenon. It's Full Metal Amerca... ALWAYS standing for the national anthem.
Firstly, We'd like to apologize for the delay in uploading the show. We had some technical issues that needed to be dealt with... namely, figure out how the show was 30 seconds shorter than the YouTube version. That being said, Bill, Riggle, and Triple M cover N. Korea (again), John McCain's vote again the new healthcare bill, and much more. It's Full Metal America, better late than never!
This week on Full Metal America the crew takes on some difficult subjects. First, Bill tells "but wait, it gets worse" stories. Later they recap the latest from the hurricanes. Then, Riggle and MMM reveal that they'd received a special package containing Bill's early film exploits. Finally, the crew discuss the latest terror attack in London and ask some difficult questions about Islam. It's Full Metal America, that show where they make it up as they go.
This week on Full Metal America the guys bite off ALMOST more than they can chew. Riggle got a wild hair and decided to live stream the show on YouTube (which is why the podcast was delayed). Lentz and Riggle take on Hurricane Irma and the damage to Florida it caused. During the What Would Bill Do, Riggle poses a question to Lentz about gouging. Finally, the guys round off the show with a recap on DACA. It's Full Metal America, better late than never.
This week on Full Metal America the guys chat the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and the current situation in Houston. First, Riggle puts Bill in a Last Action Hero situation and asks what movie he would put himself in and why. Later, the guys discuss the devastation in Houston and briefly give an update on the latest unemployment numbers. To round things off, the crew discuss the DACA mess, and California Bill SB219. It's Full Metal America, takin' on the big topics of day with the common sense of the common man (and woman).
This week on Full Metal America the crew slow things down a bit and take on some lighter topics. Firstly, Riggle makes serious conversation of sex robots and asks when it's considered to be cheating. Then the crew chat about hurricane Harvey and the goings-on in Texas and Trump's pardon of sheriff Joe. Later Lentz and Riggle have a back and forth about modern journalism and the mainstream media. It's Full Metal America the nation's number one show with a little of this and a lot of that.
This week on Full Metal America the guys go hard and heavy on the two most important topics of the week. First, Riggle asks a What Would Bill Do which relates to the idea of removing unpopular monuments. Then the fireworks start and the Full Metal America crew get the last word in on Charlottesville and the week's-worth of media and leftist reaction to the president's statement. To close out the show, the guys use almost the whole second hour to discuss the recent terror attack in Barcelona, Cambrils (which Riggle mispronounces), and Finland. Riggle becomes furious (as usual), and Bill has to be the voice or reason (again). It's Full Metal America, that show where they criticize this, and criticize that, and criticize the other, only to remind us that they really love everything.
This week on Full Metal America the guys get into all the topics gingerly but with as much opinion as usual. Firstly, Riggle discusses his vacation and separation from the hustle and bustle of today's modern world. This prompts Riggle to ask a What Would Bill do related to the idea of returning to normal life from a secluded vacation to discover that a nuclear showdown had transpired during his absence. Throughout the rest of the show, Bill brings Riggle up-to-speed on North Korea, NM Judges usurping veto power from governors, and the violence in Charlottesville, VA. It's Full Metal America, that show were opinions come from all directions at once.
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This week on Full Metal America the guys focus almost entirely on the 2nd amendment. First, things get kicked-off with a What Would Bill Do where Bill must choose a favorite between two franchises: Death Wish or Dirty Harry! Later, Riggle and Lentz discuss Jeff Sessions, his threat to prosecute leakers, and the lawsuit against the GOP for failing to repeal Obamacare. Finally, Riggle poses some questions about reasonable gun restrictions to Bill. It's Full Metal America!