Maybe it's because I played pinball a lot on a Windows machine, but I'm learning from this video that it's very possible that many people don't know how to play a proper pinball game. My mind is kind of blown at this. I just always assumed you would look at the board and light up the sequential letters/numbers.
I would like to visit Stern Pinball one day.
Perry Rosen is a professional jukebox repairman. While jukeboxes have sort of faded away from everyday use, there's a small number of businesses and people who still enjoy listening to old records on a jukebox. But like all mechanical machines, normal maintenance is required to keep those machines running. That's where Perry comes in with his expertise. Looks like a fun job of tinkering (he also repairs pinball machines).
Man, this is a real kick in the face! I've always wanted to visit the Museum of Pinball but it looks like I'll be missing one of the few times they open their doors to the public. Arcade Expo is taking place January 15-17 and if you're in Banning, CA, you can visit the museum and enjoy over 800 vintage pinball machines all on FREEPLAY.