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There are great men in pinball.

By o-din

9 years ago


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    #51 9 years ago
    Quoted from trilogybeer:

    Scott Danesi is a great man of pinball , some may even say he is awesome.

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    Well he is rockin' a 'stache so it seems your statement is justified.

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    #52 9 years ago

    Here is a great man of pinball that I have never met, but would like to someday.

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    #53 9 years ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    Here is a great man of pinball that I have never met, but would like to someday.
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    Come to Expo this year or MGC next year and you'll have your chance!

    #54 9 years ago

    The man on the left - Nemo's creator.
    (ignore the guy on the right - that would be me)

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    #55 9 years ago

    Crossed ramp master Mark Ritchie
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    #56 9 years ago
    Quoted from Kneissl:

    Crossed ramp master Mark Ritchie
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    Man I'd love to see a new Mark Ritchie pin...

    #57 9 years ago
    Quoted from Erik:

    This thread is heavy on members

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    #58 9 years ago

    I would say Slash qualifies as a great man of pinball.

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    #59 9 years ago

    I was lucky enough to meet Python. A great man in pinball.
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    #60 9 years ago

    So that's how you drink Perrier!

    #61 9 years ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    We are keeping it "family friendly" here. There is already a separate thread for the women.

    You mean the one you guys crapped all over? Enjoy your man-in, I guess.

    #62 9 years ago
    Quoted from swampfire:

    You mean the one you guys crapped all over? Enjoy your man-in, I guess.

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    #63 9 years ago
    Quoted from swampfire:

    You mean the one you guys crapped all over? Enjoy your man-in, I guess.

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    #64 9 years ago

    Dave Christenen, Greg Freres, Steve Kordek, and Greg Kmiec to name a few.

    #65 9 years ago

    Anybody mention Pat Lawlor? He's been great for pinball. By the way, when is his new pinball coming out? It's Jjp so that should be what around 2020 when it's released! sorry couldn't resist.
    Great thread Odin!

    #66 9 years ago
    Quoted from kklank:

    Anybody mention Pat Lawlor? He's been great for pinball.

    Earthshaker. Great player. The theme works well around here.

    #67 9 years ago
    Quoted from MAJRob:

    Whoever is "hiding" these pics is a pure dumbass.

    I see no purpose for the image tilt since the smut prohibition.

    #68 9 years ago

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    #69 9 years ago

    You know who's a great man in pinball? Robin! He brought a usable forum to the community, and even RGP diehards like me eventually realized that this was a much better way to communicate. When I go back to Google groups now, it's like Windows 95.

    #70 9 years ago

    Great Men of Pinball! My picks

    Roger Sharpe

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    Clay Harrel

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    Steve Epstein

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    Francesco Larocca

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    Keith Elwin

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    Montague Redgrave no pic of him.

    Lyman Sheats

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    Jack Guarnieri

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    Of course many others.!

    #71 9 years ago

    Sam Stern and Harry Williams working together. Special mention to Harry Mabs (not pictured), inventor of the flipper and several other innovations. He worked with both these gentlemen and Dave Gottlieb. He designed some amazing games.

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    #72 9 years ago

    Is this thread still going? O-din was clearly talking about me but didn't want to make others jealous.

    End of thread.

    #73 9 years ago
    #74 9 years ago

    Reeallll Men of Genius...

    This one goes out to you the master of the nudge and extra ball.

    MASTER OF THE NUDGE AND EXXTRAAA BALLLLLLLLLLLLL.....

    #75 9 years ago
    Quoted from o-din:

    I would say Slash qualifies as a great man of pinball.
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    I just saw him in a video somewhere showing someone how to play Fish Tales. He's the man as it stands, even higher in my book now because of his love of pin.

    #76 9 years ago
    Quoted from Wolfanoz:

    Reeallll Men of Genius...

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