Quoted from mof:
I have a good friend (a non-pinhead) who insists that, "Nudging is wrong, and I choose not to do it."
I've told him it's integral to the game, and actually encouraged by many game designs (such as Centaur where you can nudge the ball back into play from the outlane)
Do you have any friends with strange concepts regarding nudging, and how do you talk sense into them?
Where do people get these ideas?
There is a guy in downtown Cincinnati that runs a pinball parlor. He has about 15 games in there. A lot of good titles from early 80s to late 90s. He has a rule, "If you tilt once, you get a warning. If you tilt twice, you are asked to leave." I stopped going once I found this out by getting my first warning.