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On this week’s episode, Matt speaks to the idea of things being “overpriced”, suggests BMW M car alternatives, and provides an update on his experience with the carnivore diet. Chris steers the sip as best he can and provides us all with the answer t... more
We are joined in this episode with some OG employees who might know a thing or two about how everything operates here at OG. Bryce, Nick, and Tommy come together to explain their roles, and what is in the future of Obsessed Garage.
We all love different pizza toppings and there's some that we don't like - and Matt has his opinions on both. Pineapple on pizza? Should your food touch other food? Turkey for Thanksgiving? This episode will probably make you hungry!
I’ll give the show credit, Matt’s really has in depth knowledge on detailing and everything washing cars. The high end audio chat is also great. It can be a hard listen at times, he comes across arrogant and sometimes rants about politics. His YouTube is way better.
I’ll give the show credit, Matt’s really has in depth knowledge on detailing and everything washing cars. However, he’s not really a car enthusiast because he doesn’t drive his cars. The podcast lacks soul and passion. He’s not a happy guy. He comes across arrogant and overly obsessed about consuming goods.
If you want the truth you should dial in to this podcast.
Matt knows detailing and has brought together a nice range of products, but I advise caution as he can be inclined to rant about COVID, politics or anything he considers stupid. It can be a tough listen when that happens because then he’s mostly just frustrated. Maybe there is a better way to filter the troll questions?
What a bag of wind. Very childish and immature. Rude and talks about the same boring crap every time I check out an episode. Enough already on pressure washers and who gives a flip about your thoughts on stereos? UNSUBSCRIBED.
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Dialed In launched 7 years ago and published 255 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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