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  • Tim Hampton
    Tim Hampton 

    Probably one of the best interviews I've heard in a long time. Franchi handles himself well in this interview, but I can see fire and clashing between his personality and Gary.

     1y
  • Adi
    Adi 

    Wow, thats crazy, Stern guys need to chill out

     1y
  • Stetson
    Stetson 

    Yetti is correct: Franchi has the upper hand with his controlled narrative in this interview and the fact that Gary Stern’s professionalism won’t allow him a rebuttal.

     1y
  • Stetson
    Stetson 

    I like zombieyetti’s explanation on pinside about the situation from his viewpoint. It adds clarity to the other side. Gary has been in the game lots longer than Chris.

     1y
  • Stetson
    Stetson 

    Franchi needs to decide if he wants to be a podcaster or an artist. Both don’t bode well, unless being very restraint on revealing inside information.

     1y
  • ScottyPinball
    ScottyPinball 

    After the interview I'm not sure if he would be hired by any company of substance. I love his work but he sounds like an awful employee or associate.

     1y
  • Ryan
    Ryan 

    Franchi is right on. Stern picks themes that tend to be all testosterone with zero charm.

     1y
  • Stetson
    Stetson 

    Unfortunate that Stern and Franchi couldn’t continue. They made some great machines together. Still don’t know why they couldn’t do that.

     1y
  • Dave Sanders
    Dave Sanders 

    I couldn't agree with him more. Everybody already knows why.

     1y
  • JWG9999
    JWG9999 

    I always thought the Pro was by far the best art, now I know why.

     1y
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