I love to play pinball machines. Have been since I was a teenager. I never got into all the new computer games after the commodores and old atari games. That's about the time my son grew out of them, although he plays all the latest ones today. LOL. My love of pinball has never ceased. I found one yesterday in a restaurant that claims to be the oldest rest. in town. (founded in 1945) This one was one I had never seen before, so it hypnotized me into playing it while waiting for my burger and fries. I forget the name but it had 2 handles on top of the machine as well as the regular buttons for flippers. You could play it either way. The cook came out and said, "You're good, now replace some of those mens names on that machine." I laughed and told her maybe another day. I came close to beating it but did match it, so I played 3 games for 50 cents! Now that's cheap entertainment and a stress reliever. Now I know where to go when I need to let off steam. LOL. How many of you have the love of pinball?