Plastic Model Mojo
Plastic Model Mojo
Nov 20, 2020
Plastic Model Mojo Episode 25: Turns Out, The Hobby's Not Dead After All
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Mike and Dave scrap the bonus episode idea and tackle the feedback to "Death of the Hobby" as the special segment for Episode 25.  The "Death of the Hobby" episode generated a large amount of listener feedback.  Mike and Dave parse through it, discussing why so many always feel the hobby is on the way out, and why it actually is not!

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Countdown to Vegas:
2021 IPMS USA National Convention Web Site
2021 IPMS USA National Convention Trophy Sponsorships

Fav's and Yawn's:
Border Models Tiger 1 Ausf E, Early Production
Miniart M3 Lee, Mid Production
Ark Models T-34/85 Model 1943 (YAWN)
Das Werk SM U-9 WW1 Submarine

Shout-Out Links:
Andy's Hobby HQ YouTube Channel

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