Lots of interesting topics this episode - unfortunately, I have a head cold that is making me sound odd. Sorry about that.
IFPA posts an interesting document from a law firm representing the Amusement Devices Association to legalize pinball in Cincinnati.
The Multi-Bingo continues to progress - three more games are complete - in my cold-filled stupor I forgot to name the third or really any information about them. I also have other news on the Multi front. Something to look forward to for next episode?
Hobby Burn-out - I had a series of stressful events happen in close succession and felt like I wasn't enjoying owning games any longer due to not having time to play them. I posted them for sale and was contacted by multiple friends in quick succession asking me (politely) if I'd lost my mind. I thought about it, finished off some stressful things, cleaned up my gameroom, and did a complete 180 degree change on selling. This is the first time since I've been collecting that I've felt this way.
Keeney Eleven Belles - I unfortunately started to really lose my voice around this part, so I had to cut short what I was going to say, but this is another of the 'one-ball revival' games of 1960, designed by Ed Krynski.