Open Mic Mondays is now a regular feature on The Flash Drive and gives listeners a chance to either vent about something, maybe ask a question that needs answering, and offering someone in need of assistance the opportunity to reach our listeners.
This week a listener had a question about the people that sometimes sit at traffic lights that seem to be counting cars. She wondered what this was about. Enter civil engineer, Matt who explained exactly what they were doing and why.
Then we had a message from Nathanael Manjoro. He was born with a disability called congenital limb deformity.
In a nutshell, it’s basically a condition that resulted in him not having fingers as well as deformed legs. He got his first pair of prosthetic legs in 2017, but unfortunately, they are no longer viable and he can only use them for about 20 minutes before he starts experiencing some sort of pain or discomfort.
Carl Wastie called him up to see how the Flash Drive listeners can help.
If you would like to donate to Nathanael's cause please click here.