Denette

Well, the WoodTalk Podcast is over.

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Dang it, you need to post spoiler alerts.   This episode isn't even available yet on my apple podcast app.

This is like having someone tell you the ending of the MASH finale before it even aired.

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Finally they followed through with something :lol:

They had a good run. Better to end on a good note than run it into the ground. 

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2 hours ago, Minnesota Steve said:

Dang it, you need to post spoiler alerts.   This episode isn't even available yet on my apple podcast app.

This is like having someone tell you the ending of the MASH finale before it even aired.

Crap, sorry!  They've posted it all over Facebook and Instagram already.

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49 minutes ago, Denette said:

Crap, sorry!  They've posted it all over Facebook and Instagram already.

Yea, it's been out there for a bit now..

38 minutes ago, bleedinblue said:

MASH is ending?!?!

:o

Yea, they did this really cool "goodbye" ending but, we're all still devastated ;)

 

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I haven't listened tomthe podcasts, so if they stay online, even if there are no new ones, maybe I can still get something out of them. 

Did they just take up too much time? 

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I’d imagine that they will stay online. I know that at least some of the past episodes are hosted on Archive.org. If Marc doesn’t want to continue paying for other hosting, I’d bet he would copy the rest over to archive.org as well. 

And yes, sounds like a combination of time, scheduling, effort, etc. Possibly having to end the podcast was a recurring theme, and callers would often start/finish by saying “Thanks for not quitting.”

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I'm not up to date on the podcasts but I've always enjoyed them.  They were a model that all the other subsequent podcasts tried to follow.  I understand what a commitment they were but, like most of you, will miss them.  Whatever the boys do with their newfound spare time, I wish them well.

BTW, the "spare time" comment was done with tongue firmly in cheek.

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That is a shame. I really enjoy the show. I only found it a few months ago and have been listening to them from the beginning.

Gentlemen, good luck on all of your future endeavors. 

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I would like to sincerely thank Marc, Matt V., Shannon and Matt C. for providing years of entertainment, education, and inspiration.  I have really enjoyed listening to the podcast during my commute each day.  Woodworking used to be a weekend activity only for me.  I loved that this podcast could bring woodworking into my work week.  I have been woodworking on and off since I was about 8 years old banging around my father's shop.  I took shop classes in high school but was otherwise either self-taught or learned through readings books and magazines.  I loved that I could learn more about woodworking during a time of my day that would have otherwise been devoted to listening to music or news podcasts.  You have spread the gospel of woodworking to thousands and thousands of people around the world and have created a great community of people with a shared love of the hobby.  That said, I suppose all good things must come to an end.  I would like to wish each of you the best of luck in future endeavors.  Something tells me that we haven't heard the last of you.  Thank you.

Best,

Jon A.

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