Quoted from JodyG:
I'm going to take that as a "Yes, he sells or operates arcade machines".
Reread this Jody and it might help to see where I'm coming from.
Which is precisely why I'm surprised to hear so many pinheads jumping for joy here. Your list correspondence below:
This product is marketed towards someone who will just order it online and have it delivered tomorrow (@ 60 pounds, it's UPS shipable).
-We like quick shipping-
This product is marketed towards someone who want's a brand new game that does not smell like mold or urea.
-We buy used games 99% of the time so we like the piss smell or at least removing it from said cabinet-
This product is marketed towards someone who is not going to want to do any maintenance like rebuilding joysticks or trackball encoders.
-Nothing creates more maintenance then a steel ball slamming against something. (No need to even argue arcades being more reliable)-
This product is marketed towards someone who want's to show their grandkids what "video games used to be like when I was young"
-If we wanted to do this we would buy the pacman down the block for $100 more-
This product is marketed towards a single mom who can put it together herself, just like her Ikea stuff.
-Some pinheads are female, ill buy that for a dollar.-
This product is marketed towards someone who might need their wife's approval .
-Nobody is on thinner ice with the wife then a pinhead spending 3-5 k per purchase.-
This product is marketed towards someone with enough disposable income to buy it (Hey, it's cheaper than a cellphone), and never give a second thought about it's resale value.
-Most would argue there are no bigger ball busters on price then pinheads. When they're buying its only worth 50% the asking price. When the they're selling its worth double what they bought it. Market changes.-