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Joseph Francis Nebus

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Aug 25, 1996, 3:00:00 AM8/25/96
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Okay, bad enough that over the summer the RPI arcade didn't update
it games, by which I mean, getting rid of Frankenstein and particularly
of Freddy: Nightmare On Elm Street and replacing them with games that
are challenging or (particularly in the latter case) playable.

Worse that they didn't give the insides the cleaning and the
routine maintenance that they really needed. The middle left flipper
on Road Show is unreliable; the trap door on FunHouse hasn't worked
since April, and there's that pin grit all over the place. Anyway.

What's really awful is that they didn't even wipe off the outside
of the games, give them even the slightest of cleanings. I know this because
of:

The worst part is that somebody had *sneezed* on Road Show.

Joseph Nebus
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Marty Chamberlain

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Aug 30, 1996, 3:00:00 AM8/30/96
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> neb...@corollary.math.rpi.edu (Joseph Francis Nebus) wrote:
> What's really awful is that they didn't even wipe off the outside
> of the games, give them even the slightest of cleanings. I know this
because
> of:
>
> The worst part is that somebody had *sneezed* on Road Show.

I always said Road Show was not a game to sneeze at...guess I was wrong!
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Marty Chamberlain
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