None of Us Are Free

In this episode Nicolas starts out by musing over the concepts of freedom and privilege and asserts that many confuse these two concepts.Particularly white US citizens. They go on to talk about their personal circumstances and their continued use of poor coping skills.

Check out Solomon Burke’s song “None Of US Are Free.” A song I rediscovered via the classic TV show House MD

Download

Donate

FSRideAlong

Twitch

YouTube

Thinking At FL390

Some time spent in a flight sim chatroom inspires Nicolas to talk about where the flight sim community stands going into the new MSFS, what flight sim media should be doing (themselves included), the forthcoming price hike in add ons, the reasons for the forthcoming price hikes and other elements of flight sim marketing, development and development budgets. Hopefully it isn’t as dry as it sounds and proves interesting and informative.

Download

Donate

Twitch

.

It’s The End Of The World As We Know It And I Have A Headache

In this episode Nicolas describes and details the beginning of their descent down the drain of society. They also discuss the bleak political and health situation in The US.

Download

Donate (Pretty Please)

Se 5 Ep10 Disappointment and Trouble Steering

In this episode Nicolas talks about their disappointment with The FeelThere E Jets V3. They also discuss their tepid response to the release of the PMDG NGU 737-700 expansion. Mostly due to the fact that they have grown tired of the 737. They go on to discuss the release of the FSLabs A321. Their only frustration is with the dispatching of the plane as opposed to the plane itself. They end by mentioning that they just purchased The Aerosoft A330-300. Having waited 3 months in hopes of improved stability upon purchase. Nicolas’ review of The Aerosoft A330 will come at a later date.

Download

Donate

Twitch

Growing Up on The 60s and 70s Music

In this episode Nicolas ponders their idolization of the late 60s and early 70s. Their core question ends up being why did former participants of the counterculture movement and former members of the Occupy movement largely move on to adapt to mainstream culture? ( sorry boomers and millennials but we may have more in common than we think if this turns out to be just another element of the human condition)

Download

Donate