Feels like pinball poser
I don’t mind Cary’s video content but this attempt to slide in as a podcaster (self promoting as Kaneda 2.0) is a real reach. Cary is fumbling and confused while trying to get a point across as what seems like an attempt to achieve popularity . He strives to be edgy in an attempt to appeal to an abandoned demographic (So long Kaneda) but seems like he is trying too hard. Ultimately it doesn’t add anything except a little awkwardness. Interesting example of how video editing can add to enjoyability to a creator’s content. Nowhere to hide your shortcomings in audio form. Not the worst pinball podcast but far from even most of the average of pinball podcasts. A miss for me and my pinball buddies.
Informative and entertaining at the same time!
Ive been collecting pinballs for about the last 20 years. Recently came across Cary’s channel. All his videos are packed with informative content on pinball repair and restoration. And his restorations are some of the best ive ever seen.
On top of the technical side of the videos… he adds some great entertainment with his humor and commentary.
I always look forward to new content and seeing how his restorations turn out.
Keep up the good work.
Great show and Cary keeps getting better.
One of the best out there right now!
I met Cary one year at the Texas Pinball Festival. He is one of the nicest guys you will ever meet. He always seems to be in a great mood and very upbeat. He will rub off on you for sure. I love his shows because it’s so much different then anything else out there. His production is off the hook. You can tell he takes pride in what he puts out there with his high quality videos. If he starts drinking a beer during the show you better strap in because those are the best episodes to watch!! The only negative thing I will say about Cary is that his hearing is bad..he likes to play his games at full volume sometimes it seems. 🙂 Other then that he is top notch in my book!
A True Hobbyist
Cary Hardy is one of the channels you can’t get enough of. He has a great personality and is one of the true hobbyists of Pinball. He is also not shy to voice his opinion of what’s going on in the Pinball world with game releases and game manufacturers. He can be blunt, but we need more of that in this hobby. His restoration videos are absolutely amazing and I enjoy every meticulous attention to detail he puts into the machines. I wouldn’t mind cracking open a few beers and talking Pinball with him. Keep up the good work Cary!