Three guys from different walks of life discuss what they have in common: A
passion for making with reclaimed materials. Hosted by white-collar Phil,
blue-collar Bill and, uhh, no-collar Tim.
258 Jake's Dream One Car Workshop
Last week was really episode 257. SIKE!
258 Phil Anthropy
258 Phil Anthropy by Phil Pinsky, Tim Sway, Bill Lutes
256 The Show Must Go On
256 The Show Must Go On by Phil Pinsky, Tim Sway, Bill Lutes
255 Bill's Bad Attitude
And Phil's bad paint job.
254 Table Talk
Yup, we talk about tables.
253 Magnum Opus
253 Magnum Opus by Phil Pinsky, Tim Sway, Bill Lutes
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Praise and a question
This is an amazing podcast for makers at any level and of any discipline. I listen to this podcast both for inspiration and to keep my mind focused while working in the shop, often times while I am working by myself I tend to lose focus easily, but when listening to this podcast I feel as though these three are in the shop with me. I always look forward to hearing your advice and hope that this review helps others discover what an amazing podcast this is!
While I am not going to use this review to promote myself, I am going to use it to ask a question. I am going to be moving soon and slightly upgrading my workshop, but I will still be in a one car garage. I am still building my arsenal of tools, so what are some tools that are space wasters and what are some essentials? I mostly do woodworking to put this in perspective.
Theory and tip
First, this is a great podcast that I look forward to the next episode as soon as I finish the current one. I have a theory as to why you do not get as many reviews as hoped for. It is not because they are not deserved, but perhaps it is because like me, most people probably listen while in the car or while multitasking. There have been numerous times I have been DEU to or from work and said I am going to submit a review, but get sidetracked once I get to my destination and don’t think about it until I am in the car again listening. That said, I have a tip for listeners. Listen to the podcast at 1.5x speed. Y’all don’t sound as good at normal speed, and I can get through the podcast quicker! Time management! Thanks for a fun and informative, most of the time, podcast!!
Coming in Hot!
If you're looking for a woodworking/making podcast that's sure to always provide you with insightful and thoughtful commentary on the matter, you've come to the wrong place. AYO! Got 'em! JK.
All jokes aside, I love the constant banter between these guys. For me it often feels like we're all sitting around a table having our preferred beverage at the end of a long day while giving each other grief about the life choices we make on a daily basis. Also, what's up with Phil? This guy's a firecracker. He'll hit you with a verbal quip so fast that you wouldn't know what hit you. "Moves like a butterfly, stings like a Canadian". And Bill, well he's from the Bay and us Bay Area folks stick together, #YayArea. As for Tim...I luhhhh you, Tim!