a old pinnie palour in the future ?

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  1. 7hacker

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    i sometimes often wonder...in say 5 , 10 or 15 years from now.

    it is desirable to open up a pinnie palour and stack it up with pinball machines , cocktail tables and upright games as a nostalgic business ?

    you know ? something like a 80s theme lol

    maybe even serve hamburgers and have some hot chicks on roller skates for good measure lol
     
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    Hmm... do you mean an arcade that serves food? Because I think those kind of already exist...
     
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    no i mean a pinball and arcade video game amusement center with all the old games , space invaders , pacman , frogger , in say 10 years from now lol
     
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    Why wait 10 years? Start building.
     
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    If this adult arcade served alcohol, yes.
     
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    Lethean, there's a Gameworks in East Seattle somewhere. Nothing special.. no classic games either. They do have a pretty sweet Mechwarrior 1st-person arcade shoot-em-up though.
     
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    Dude, 7hacker, can you point me in the right direction for a Super Mario Bros. Pinball machine (old buddy old pal :mrgreen: )?
     
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  9. 7hacker

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    oh mario bros pinnie , that was a good one.
    mate have you seen the price of pinballs lately , there bloody expensive
     
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  10. Chris_Crime

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    yes.. old buddy old pal :mrgreen: ~ $2500 to $3000 US, but the heart wants what she wants. fun and beautiful ... and LOUD

    Your idea sounds great. I sure do miss cocktail table Galaga and Ms Pacman with a slice of pizza. I'd pay to see that again.
     
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    That kind of reminds me of the dinner in Back to the Future II.
     
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