114: Tires and Soap

We’re bringing the heat despite Summer winding down – join us for discussion on project updates, some new soldering and repair tool talk, a drastic change at the Atari Age store, a new Atari 7800 multi cart AND our first of 3 interviews with David Crane, Dan Kitchen and Garry Kitchen as we take a guided tour through the history of Activision, Absolute Entertainment and Audacity Games as told by the pioneers that created it!

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108: The David Corrigan Experience

Let’s call this one the “After Summer Hiatus 2022 show” 🙂

We’re back in the studio after a rather impromptu break over the Summer and catching up on life, projects, more life and toss in some arcade and pinball talk along the way. 

As a bonus, we have a virtual sit-in with David Corrigan, owner/organizer of the Music City Multi Con, as he takes us through all the highlights of the 2022 version of the expo, taking place Oct. 28-30th, right outside of Nashville, TN.  We’ll be there conducting some panels, playing pinball, cruising the vendor booths and having an all-around great time – we hope to see you there!

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107: Canned Heat

Let’s call this one the “Before Summer 2022 Hiatus show” 🙂

Yep, we admit it – the summer got away from us and we didn’t get this episode out nearly as quickly as intended.  This one has been “in the can” for a couple of months, and we’ll let you decide if we brought any heat… (insert wah wah sound here). 

We cover a host of topics from microscopes to power supplies to Rally-X and Toy Story 4 from JJP. Even though the pinball reveal is old news at this point, I don’t think our opinions are off the mark today, so give us a grade!

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102: The Housecat

Just in the nick of time, we cross the finish line to round out 2021 and discuss what the past several months has been like for us here at the show.

As you know by now, we took a 3-month hiatus and we discuss that happening and what transpired that necessitated the break.  Thanks to everyone who noticed the break, reached out and asked if we were OK – we appreciate each and every one of you!

This episode is dedicated to Whitney’s father, Housecat. Words will never be enough, but may the fishing be good every single day.

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