Gunblog Variety Cast Ep 89: Obama’s Purple Disaster Conversation

So this week’s Gunblog Variety Cast is up.

Adam and Sean bring you Episode 89 of The GunBlog VarietyCast – Obama’s Purple Disaster Conversation

Erin Palette asks, “What’s your disaster personality?”

President Obama goes to Britain and tells them how to run their country. Nicki Kenyon tells us how that works out for him.

In the Pacifiers & Peacemakers segment, Beth Alcazar gives us a report on the Well Armed Woman Mid-South Purple Pow Wow

The same way he showed us that a battery wasn’t just a battery, Silicon Graybeard shows us that a shop light isn’t just a shop light.

And proving the principle that it takes an order of magnitude more effort to debunk BS than it does to generate it, Weer’d finally finishes with Loaded Conversations Episode 1.

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One Response to Gunblog Variety Cast Ep 89: Obama’s Purple Disaster Conversation

  1. John in Philly says:

    Great Podcast, I listened to SiG’s explanation of dimming LEDs and then listened again, I think I got it.

    My wife and I did a clutch job on a front wheel drive car. We saved money by not changing the engine and tranny seals. A short time later we redid the entire job because the tranny seal leaked. And yes, the smell of burning manual tranny oil is distinctive. The job went much faster the second time, and we learned a great lesson about when not to save money.

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