1.The First Episode, Title Changed to Keep Listeners Happy

Here’s the YouTube video of the week, the Fork Lift Beer Accident. We make blow-by-blow commentary, but you have to see it. Living proof that you just can’t fix stupid. Maybe he should have paid more attention in high school physics.

According to an OOIDA  survey, 51 percent of you are going to quit driving in 2016. That’s when the electronic logging device will be required on all trucks. First off, will that date come and go without a law? If there is a law on the books, will you quit? I say NO. This is what we do.

We will also tell you a little bit about ourselves and what kind of trucking we do. Being our inaugural episode, it would be worthwhile to check out our About page. We would love to get to know you, and we would like you to know a bit more about us.


The audio quality in the first few episodes was definitely less than par. After the first few shows, we permanently moved the show to our sound studio. It’s a bit primitive and located in the back of a rented garage, but it guarantees the best audio for you, our listeners.  The new studio has limited internet access, but the sound is great.

We’ve also set up several ways for you to interact with us. We have a great Facebook page with plenty of activity. We also set up a voicemail number. Just call 920-732-6776 and leave us your thoughts. We try to play every call on the podcast.

I can’t think of anything cooler than doing a podcast with my son, both of us driving trucks for a living. We both hope we can get you caught up in our journeys. We also hope to get caught up in yours.





2 thoughts on “1.The First Episode, Title Changed to Keep Listeners Happy”

  1. I have been driving for 20 years, 12 years over the road. Now I drive line haul for an LTL carrier and I am home every day. Maybe I can answer any questions you might have about the LTL business. This has been a rewarding career choice for me and I love my job. Just listened to the first two episodes of the show and I look forward to the rest. Keep up the good work.

    • Thanks Robert. I still need to get a Google Voice number set up so we can talk to a listener or two from time to time. I think the OTR business could learn a few things from how LTL gets things done. Talk to you soon, Buck

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