0:00 Color Bars
0:05 Female truck driver talking to Tom about her upcoming route.
0:53 Truck driver talks about listening to talk radio, then leaves abruptly. She waves and pulls away. Shots of various trucks pulling away.
3:00 Weinberg talks to a truck driver from Florida, working out of Georgia, about listening to Paul Harvey on the radio. “What I like about him is…he don’t shoot the bull, and if you don’t like it you can stick it.”
4:20 Truck driver says he’s watched/listened to Harvey for 25 years. “The truth, it may hurt, but it’s the best damn thing today in the long run.” He says truckers and bikers are the same way, they tell the truth whether people like it or not. He says politicians are the worst when it comes to liars. He uses Johnson and Carter as examples.
7:40 More shots of trucks, drivers walking to them.
9:28 Weinberg talks to another truck driver about Harvey. “I enjoy the stories he has, the way he presents them, everything.”
10:50 Shots of Georgian truck driver starting up truck, lighting a cigarette.
12:17 The driver talks about the lighting setup on his truck. Talks in background about making money and being out on the road, getting a job when coming home. “He ain’t worked none, he’s been a gypsy all his life.” He talks about seeing other drivers retire and stagnate from not being on the road anymore.
14:45 A truck pulls away.
15:15 Shot of truck in a rear-view mirror.