Quoted from 27dnast:
Well, damn. Was disappointed to hear taylorva hangup the microphone. This has consistently been my favorite pinball pod to listen to. You guys have great chemistry and your laidback approach keeps things authentic, which is really appealing.
Always looked forward to the next episode.
Taylor’s life mirrors mine in a lot of ways - my two daughters are about 4 years ahead of his... but I grew up in the DC area... used to hit the original 9:30 club for shows back in 80s and 90s... stay at home dad that also works from home... likes to deep dive into home improvement projects...Pinball fanatic. Not to be weird (because this does sound a tad weird , but It was always good to hear him drop little snippets of his travels that in some ways mirrored things I’ve experienced.
Thanks for all of the entertainment over the years, gentlemen! Tommy, I hope you keep TFP alive. I’m sure there’s a lot of us that hope you stick around and share what’s going on in your pinball world!
Thank you for the kind words. I will most likely keep the podcast going in some way, shape, or form. I enjoy talking pinball. I won't replace Taylor because quite frankly the dude is not replaceable. We were literally brought together by the podcast, and as we said on the show truly became friends which was a cool and organic experience that I don't believe can be recreated. I'm sure I'll have guests and co-hosts from time to time, and as always when Taylor feels like talking he will come and talk.
Also should probably update the thread with the newest episode.
I'll work on getting better at adding in some music and being creative with episode artwork as Taylor has been, but I make not promises or commitments to regularly scheduled episodes because quite frankly that just isn't our thing. Thanks for all the listens, the friendships, and experiences over the past 4-5 years.