Weimerica Weekly – Episode 81 – American Road Trip

Welcome to Weimerica Weekly Episode 81. The podcast airs every Tuesday.

This week’s podcast is on the American road trip. In appropriate fashion, Landry recorded this podcast on old school gear while on the road.

Weimerica Weekly is a podcast hosted by Ryan Landry that touches on the cultural, political and sexual topics that fill the mindspace of our United States of Weimerica. The politicization of all cultural and social degeneracy is examined with a focus on how it fits together.

Weimerica Weekly is produced by the Hestia Society and distributed by Social Matter.

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Adam Smith’s road trip and analysis of America.

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7 Comments

  1. What happened to your good mic?

    1. The post explains.

  2. I concur with Southern Ohio / Western Pennsylvania / West Virginia. I live in that area and love driving through there. My favorite place to drive, though, is western North Carolina / East Tennessee.

    In regard to religion, my cousin was transferred to a town outside of Burlington, VT a few years ago. He and his wife and family joined the local Catholic church. They were the only young family in Mass on Sunday, along with a few dozen old people in a 3/4 empty church. The first Sunday they attended Mass, the pastor came running after them at the end of the service. He wanted to meet them and talk to them, because they were the only young couple in the parish.

  3. SecretForumLurker August 2, 2017 at 9:33 am

    On road trips, hotels are a must now or camping. The cheap motel experience has been destroyed by Indian ownership (EB5 visa which could be a podcast topic) and drug dealers and human traffickers using the motels. When I was a kid, motels were a cheap option that were perfect for the quick stop in the middle of the night. Gone.

  4. I’m just back from an extended road trip myself. It was, basically, San Francisco – Las Vegas – Albuquerque – Dallas – New Orleans – Tampa – Parris Island – Asheville – Dollywood – Richmond – Albany – Cleveland – Des Moines – Cheyenne – Wendover – Reno – San Francisco. I’ve been convinced for some time that it’s getting to be high time to leave the big cities, and doing so is most definitely in my 2-5 year time frame. Cascadia had been my first choice, but I echo what someone else said about western NC/eastern TN. The whole Gatlinburg/Pigeon Forge/Sevierville area impressed me very much. And besides, there’s nothing cooler than getting the chance to live near Hickock45!

    Everyone should do a road trip like this. Find a way. See places outside of the cities.

    1. Chiraqi Insurgent August 3, 2017 at 7:51 pm

      I’ve seen more of Europe than the U.S., so I feel like I should take a U.S. road trip while I still have the desire. However, part of me would like to do it by rail. My uncle recently retired as a salesman for a railroad company. He says taking the train out West (especially through the Canadian Rockies) is the best way to take in the scenery. Slightly OT, when you consider the U.S. borders and what we have in our country it’s depressing to think about how demographics are changing our cohesion and sense of nationhood. Calexit would never be a thing without mass immigration of non-whites. Btw I agree that it’s time to exit the blue metropoles.

  5. As of late, did Midwest to NYC, Midwest Las Vegas, and Midwest to Mobile.

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