If this one sounds like it stops abruptly, that's because I'm sleepy, and it's a two-parter! How to care for your backglass if it has deteriorated.
A listener asks a multi-part question regarding purchasing advice for a new bingo.
Vic Camp (the passionate bingo pinball player and collector) sits down with me to talk about his time playing bingos on route in New Jersey.
My partially parted out Gigi project is now working! I detail the gameplay and fun with Gottlieb coin circuits (they hate me).
Rockola was a jukebox manufacturer, and got into pin games (along with every other company, it seems) in the 1930s. During this decade, they produced one of the most beautiful, elegant games ever created.
Interview with the EM Dungeonmaster himself, James Willing from the Spooky Pinball Podcast.
Chime boxes in EMs - everyone has an opinion and a preference, and I'm no exception.
Older pinball machines used bells as the only sound (aside from the coils and noises of the machine).
Discussion of the only hack I found in Ticker Tape - the operator had disabled the 4 corner scoring feature. I fixed this afternoon, then Ava and I played many rounds together.