A HUGE Thank You to everyone who has reached out to us with kind words and shout outs! It means a lot to know that we were able to entertain, and create something of value for a hobby that we love. It has been an absolute blast doing The Super Awesome Pinball Show over the last few years. Getting to interview the biggest names in the pinball industry, and doing it with one of my best friends, has been an honor and one of the highlights of my life.
I’m sad to see it end, but time away from the show will give us both the chance to focus on work and family, and enjoy the hobby without the stress of a schedule. The amount of time that Chris spent finding guests, thinking of segments, and editing (wow the editing) to make the show sound as good as it did can’t really be quantified.
Thank you to all of our guests for bringing us some really great interviews. Thanks to Ed Vanderveen for being our partner in crime in the early days, and my wife for being amazing when the show took me away from family time. Thanks to our sponsors, and the CoinTaker pinball crew who have become family. Thanks Franchi for rolling the dice on me as a podcast co-host, and for your friendship over the years. And most importantly thanks to all the amazing pinheads who have listened and supported us throughout the shows run.
Stay Super Awesome,
^ This is from their Facebook post. ^
Pretty sad. Was easily my most looked forward to Podcast.
But if the scheduling of interviews and all the editing was taking up that much time. I wouldn't want to have that looming overhead constantly.
Franchi recently announced all sorts of projects he was involved with so I'm sure his time was limited already. And how obsessive he is with the editing, that doesn't leave much time for other life things.
Hope to see it return and hopefully with some outside help so it doesn't turn into a job for them. It's supposed to be fun after all.