Is there anything better than pinball on an old rickety pinball machine that has dusty wedged in the crooks of it's cracked plastic? With yellowing lights and ticking numbers that keep score like an old cash register, these are the sounds of real mechanisms and real history that can still be turned on eons later as long as electricity is still conducted into a power cord. Digital can rob us of the tangible realness that is in fact slower, but will win the race between the tortoise and the hare. Fast technology dies even faster. Nostalgia is forever.
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