Why is it that a disproportionate amount of pinballers are into superheros, comics, rpg's and the like? What came first, the chicken or the egg? What came first, pinball people are obsessed with superheroes, so lots and lots of superhero machines have been made or lots of superhero pins have been made, so pinheads have grown to like superheros? I'm certain that we can all conclude that it is the former.
Also, when I have attended the Michigan pinball expo, I've noticed a disproportionate amount of people (compared to society as a whole) with the emo look going or at least trying their best to look like "individuals".
It also seems like when you talk to pinheads (many, not most or all, but again a disproportionate amount of people), they tend to have quite a bit of social faux pas with behaviors that resemble autism spectrum disorder, particularly Asperger's syndrome.
These are just my observations and they are not meant to offend anyone. I'm just curious as to whether or not anyone else has noticed any or all of my observations. I love pinball just as much as anyone here, but I almost feel like the odd man out among pinball circles.