I was relistening and the part that starts at 18:50 called to mind the time that I spent working in quality ass-urance for an aircraft fastener distributor. The main part of my job involved determining whether the company's back stock was DFARS (pronounced DEEF-arse) compliant: was this product made from American steel, and if not, was it made from steel that had been in the country so long that it legally didn't matter anymore? Like there's an entire set of laws around determining the ethnic purity of ferrous materials, with people writing, interpreting, and enforcing those laws, in this very cool and normal country. When you fly and when you flush, please spare a thought to the people sussing out scary foreign influences in your nuts, bolts and buckets.
Also I'm about the same age as Lemon and I got every last one of those boomer references because that stuff was everywhere in the 1990s.