Exploring the artifacts and culture of the magnificant morsels found in their attics, the aficionados are mundane missionaries. Sometimes they talk about movies and food too.
That's All Folks [October 21, 2018]
Tom concludes these recordings.
24. Concluding Season Two [April 22, 2018]
Connor went to a wedding and took a nuclear vacation. Tom gives an update about his travels. While he was away he came to a realization associated with the podcast which will no doubt produce some new and insightful bits of audio.
23. Military Importance [March 4, 2018]
Tom asks about Connor's garden update. This digresses in some discussion about tomatoes with a cameo from corn. Connor wants to know about some miniatures Tom had painted in the past week and why the World Wars are important to Tom. Connor asks for some Australian war history. They digress into Osprey books and plastic models.
22. Oh My Cod [February 25, 2018]
Connor is experiencing historic flooding. Tom explains prototypes in model railroading and they explore archetypes. Tom bas been discovering audio books and finding strange physical books based on this. Connor has a classical bent and they explore the Romans as town builders and road builders. Connor talks about his experiences after college and touring Lenten fish fries (worth checking out https://codeforpittsburgh.github.io/fishfrymap/ to see). The conclude discussing industrial noise.
21. Randomly Acquired Armies [February 10, 2018]
Connor is injured. The aficionados discuss dragons. Connor kicks off a discussion about armies and how to acquire them. Connor wants to talk about vastly giant creatures. Tom explores the universality of the dragon myths. What about megalopolis places? Connor buys luggage online. Tom talks about his garden and Connor's garden building.
20. Why Miniatures? [February 3, 2018]
Connor talks a little bit about his artistic vision for the podcast. Tom wants to deep dive into miniatures. What makes them special? Why would you want to collect them? Metal vs plastic - which material is better. Before they conclude the podcast, the aficionados spend a little time rapping about redwoods.
Eclectic and Fun!
What a wild podcast Attic Aficionados is. I love it. I love the discussion flow - moving from one topic to the other with ease in a facinating way. Love it.
Only listened to Season 1 (Dico episodes) and really enjoyed them.
Life, the universe, and G.I. Joe action figures
This is a great eclectic podcast about a wide range of topics. There is an ongoing theme around collectibles, but it takes delightful diversions into all manner of interesting stories and opinions.
Tom and Brandon have great chemistry and it's a joy to listen to.