We spend this episode thinking back over the last 2 years of the Maybe I've Said Too Much Podcast. The good, the bad, and we're ugly... I mean.. the ugly. What we've learned and enjoyed and shared. It's been a great ride and thank you so much to so many of you for taking it with us. And as always.. Sorry.
This is a whirlwind of consciousness... just the way we like it! Topics from too hot tacos to gardening to dying and stuff. And while that might sound like a bummer we actually laugh at all of.. except guitar making.. we don't laugh at that ever. and as always, sorry
We don't talk about Joey Tribbiani or cats the musical. We don't talk about supersizing at the drive thru or step kids. We definitely didn't talk about guitars.. actually we kinda did. The rest is probably in here too. And as always... sorry.
We asked the listeners to come hang out and we would read their comments real time to be part of the show. It was way more fun than expected and way less sh*t show then it should have been. and as always... sorry.
We discuss things and stuff and then there's words and an intro and an outro.. I'm convinced none of you are reading this. Izzy's big toe is worth 1 million dollars, listen to find out how.. See.. not even reading.. and as always, sorry.
So.. this weekend isn't last weekend. And that thought is real. Well, that and we talk pallets and Paul Jackman www.jackmanworks.com becomes the target of a 'pallet off?' with Izzy. It's on, I think, I really don't know but stuff happened and it was fun. Take a listen, and as always sorry.
When life is not going as expected, do you look out or in. Want something in your life to be different? We ask one simple question.. What the f*ck are you going to do about it. By the way - strong language in this one in case you didn't see that coming.. and as always, sorry.
We were going to talk about failure and how it does something or other and well.. that didn't quite work out. But this show was way better because we just had fun talking. Usually means you'll have fun listening. And as always, sorry.
Are you in your own way? We are sure you are! Discussions involve getting out of your own way, workbenchcon, maker meet-ups, Sammy says (that will make sense, I promise), and digging sh*t holes. Really.. that all happened. Good luck! and as always... sorry. https://templeboyturnings.com/index.php/auctions-2/
This episode we talk about negativity and how to deal with it. Business, personal, water buffalo.. Just checking to see if you read this. Mike's audio had some intermittent issues and unfortunately there was no way to fix it... sorry for that.. and as always sorry.
A special guest joins us. Izzy was out sick tonight and our good friend Wim stopped by to hang out and talk about DNA tests, french cleats, and climbing stairs. Unfortunately for you, this probably won't make more sense once you listen, but you're welcome and.. as always, Sorry.
Our recent "meet your maker" guest PJ Galati is writing a book (you can support him here: goo.gl/R7C7dk ) and somehow - really I have no idea - we came up with an idea for the perfect maker murder mystery. If you like dark and funny, do we have a show for you! This one quickly falls off the rails and never gets back on. You're welcome and as always.. sorry.
We talk about our most recent road trip and then dive into the world of reclaiming. Is it really better for the environment? Is there any moral superiority in recycling old to new? Well, we certainly didn't answer any of those questions but the conversation sure was fun! And as always.. sorry
We discuss what it means to be a man. How you define masculinity and why if you were mad at a razor commercial, you were probably wrong. We also talk about women in the maker community and we realized very quickly.. we need to have a woman on if we are going to talk about that!