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Curmudgeon’s Corner: Because We Just Can’t

On this week’s Curmudgeon’s Corner Ivan and Sam cover all sorts of developments, both foreign and domestic. From the latest events in Turkey, the UK, and North Korea to the latest with Trump-Russia, healthcare reform, tax reform, and the death penalty. Along the way they also touch on flight simulators, random trips, a band from the 70’s, some feedback, and more!

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Show Details:

Recorded 2017-04-21
Length this week – 1:43:44

  • (0:00:55-0:20:43) But First
    • Agenda
    • X-Plane
    • Movie: War Greatest Hits Live (2008)
    • Random Trips
  • (0:22:43-1:06:18) International
    • St. Petersburg
    • Axis of Adults
    • Approval Ratings
    • Turkey
    • United Kingdom
    • North Korea
    • Russians in Alaska?
    • Julian Assange
  • (1:07:39-1:35:09) Domestic
    • Trump Russia
    • Jason Chaffetz
    • Healthcare
    • Tax Reform
    • Death Penalty
  • (1:36:51-1:43:24) Not a Lightning Round
    • Feedback from Ed
    • Feedback from Jenn
    • Contact Info

 

The Curmudgeon’s Corner theme music is generously provided by Ray Lynch.

Our intro is “The Oh of Pleasure” (Amazon MP3 link)

Our outro is “Celestial Soda Pop” (Amazon MP3 link)

Both are from the album “Deep Breakfast” (iTunes link)

Please buy his music and support his GoFundMe.

Why Six Year Olds Shouldn’t Fly Planes

We are way behind in posting the episodes, but back in May Alex celebrated the 10th subscriber to ALeXMXeLA.com by spending two episodes flying various planes in X-Plane 10. Especially in the last few minutes of the first of these (starting at about the 17 minute mark) you can imagine what horrors you might experience if you were in a 747 piloted by a six year old. In the second episode he gets a bit better, although you probably still wouldn’t want to be on that plane. Anyway, enjoy!