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WOZ Red Smoke Mod 2.0 (List is closed)


By gouveia

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#4051 6 months ago

3.0 would be a real monkey

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#4052 6 months ago

Well this is a nice change of pace. Bring it on!

Quoted from Yelobird:

1. Do you still enjoy playing WOZ? Often?

I still enjoy playing it because it's a great game. I love widebody pins, since Indiana Jones was the first pinball machine I bought and still own that got me into this whole pinball thing to begin with.
And I still haven't learned all the deep, DEEP rules of WOZ, so there are things that I still haven't seen.

But the glass is hardly ever on, so there's that.

Quoted from Yelobird:

2. At this point how many times would you say you’ve watched TWOZ?

I am second youngest of six kids. My dad was a commercial tuna fisherman and was gone most of the time at sea when I was younger, so my mom wrangled all of us by herself. One rule she had was that we all had very specific bedtimes, which were pretty much spaced thirty minutes apart.

So I remember when Wizard of Oz came on TV, I had to take a nap after school before watching it since my bedtime was 8:00. So I could watch the beginning, but I still ended up having to go to bed right around the time Dorothy meets the Scarecrow. Eventually, I just stopped watching it and never got around to seeing the rest of the movie.

So for years, whenever someone brought up the flying monkeys, I seriously had no f***ing idea what they were talking about. Not kidding.

About ten years ago I got to watch one of the remaining prints of it at the Eastman Kodak museum in Rochester. So I finally got to watch it all the way through.

In the last couple of years I have watched the witch and flying monkey scenes more times than I ever thought I would in a lifetime.

Quoted from Yelobird:

3. Does your new bride now see this as a passion or a partial obsession sickness? Lol

Best question! I would not have this thread if it weren't for Tricia. No bullshit. It would not have happened.

Tricia has MS, and she has far more important things to be concerned about besides pinball. When we met, I was working on the witch when I'd get home from work just for fun. But she encouraged me to put it out there. She gives me the space to keep creating, she helps me with lots of behind the scenes stuff, and she actually listens to me talk about pinball news that no one would give a shit about (or at least I think she's listening). hahaha.

On our honeymoon in Maui, we were in a souvenir shop when I got totally lost staring at this stupid little fish magnet with springs on it's fins. I was wondering how I could make that work for the monkey (it's on my workbench in some pictures on this thread). Tricia had no problem with that. She actually waited patiently as I kept staring at it. I eventually just bought it so I could stare at it later at home.

Plus, she agreed on this new house just so I'd have space in the garage to work and have a room to fit my pinball machines.

I mean, c'mon!!

Quoted from Yelobird:

4. Not by revenue, which (Witch or Monkey) did you find the most enjoyable to create? As an achievement.

The monkey was hands down, the hardest thing to figure out because there is absolutely no room to put a mod back there. But someone challenged me to do it, and that was all I needed to spend countless hours figuring it out. (and you helped a little. )
The enjoyment was getting it to work, the achievement was actually finishing all of them.

And now back to our regularly scheduled programming...

#4053 6 months ago

What's your favorite brand of chicken and why?

#4054 6 months ago

Official Monkey 3.0 (and Tricia Gouveia Fan Club) List:

1. Boob
2. 27dnast
3. rai

#4055 6 months ago
Quoted from Hoss_Coog:

What's your favorite brand of chicken and why?

hahaha!

El Pollo Loco. The crazy chicken.

#4056 6 months ago
Quoted from beelzeboob:

Official Monkey 3.0 (and Tricia Gouveia Fan Club) List:
1. Boob
2. 27dnast
3. rai

Come on Boob, don't leave me out in the cold.

1. Boob
2. 27dnast
3. rai
4. Fizz

#4057 6 months ago
Quoted from Fizz:

Come on Boob, don't leave me out in the cold.

Me too! Never got the monkey 2.0 so I’m in on the 3.0!!!

1. Boob
2. 27dnast
3. rai
4. Fizz
5. MrMikeman

#4058 6 months ago

Man, this makes me want your flying monkey even more. But I hate to think of paying the price for the one on eBay!

#4059 6 months ago
Quoted from gouveia:

Well this is a nice change of pace. Bring it on!

I still enjoy playing it because it's a great game. I love widebody pins, since Indiana Jones was the first pinball machine I bought and still own that got me into this whole pinball thing to begin with.
And I still haven't learned all the deep, DEEP rules of WOZ, so there are things that I still haven't seen.
But the glass is hardly ever on, so there's that.

I am second youngest of six kids. My dad was a commercial tuna fisherman and was gone most of the time at sea when I was younger, so my mom wrangled all of us by herself. One rule she had was that we all had very specific bedtimes, which were pretty much spaced thirty minutes apart.
So I remember when Wizard of Oz came on TV, I had to take a nap after school before watching it since my bedtime was 8:00. So I could watch the beginning, but I still ended up having to go to bed right around the time Dorothy meets the Scarecrow. Eventually, I just stopped watching it and never got around to seeing the rest of the movie.
So for years, whenever someone brought up the flying monkeys, I seriously had no f***ing idea what they were talking about. Not kidding.
About ten years ago I got to watch one of the remaining prints of it at the Eastman Kodak museum in Rochester. So I finally got to watch it all the way through.
In the last couple of years I have watched the witch and flying monkey scenes more times than I ever thought I would in a lifetime.

Best question! I would not have this thread if it weren't for Tricia. No bullshit. It would not have happened.
Tricia has MS, and she has far more important things to be concerned about besides pinball. When we met, I was working on the witch when I'd get home from work just for fun. But she encouraged me to put it out there. She gives me the space to keep creating, she helps me with lots of behind the scenes stuff, and she actually listens to me talk about pinball news that no one would give a shit about (or at least I think she's listening). hahaha.
On our honeymoon in Maui, we were in a souvenir shop when I got totally lost staring at this stupid little fish magnet with springs on it's fins. I was wondering how I could make that work for the monkey (it's on my workbench in some pictures on this thread). Tricia had no problem with that. She actually waited patiently as I kept staring at it. I eventually just bought it so I could stare at it later at home.
Plus, she agreed on this new house just so I'd have space in the garage to work and have a room to fit my pinball machines.
I mean, c'mon!!

The monkey was hands down, the hardest thing to figure out because there is absolutely no room to put a mod back there. But someone challenged me to do it, and that was all I needed to spend countless hours figuring it out. (and you helped a little. )
The enjoyment was getting it to work, the achievement was actually finishing all of them.
And now back to our regularly scheduled programming...

Sincerely appreciate you taking the time to share your inspirations. As I see you as more of an artist I suspected you had a strong foundation of family, support and inspiration that brought you down this path apparently going back many years. To create is fun, to do so with inspiration and support is priceless joy. Do thank your wife for Sharing you and your talents with us. Time is precious and your creations are much appreciated.

#4060 6 months ago
Quoted from MrMikeman:

Me too! Never got the monkey 2.0 so I’m in on the 3.0!!!
1. Boob
2. 27dnast
3. rai
4. Fizz
5. MrMikeman

Is this the real list yet, if so I am in

#4061 6 months ago

The “Fabulous” Munchkin Hut Mod List

1) Boob
2) 27dnast

#4062 6 months ago
Quoted from titanpenguin:

Is this the real list yet, if so I am in

It doesn't matter. We all love to be on as many lists as possible.

#4063 6 months ago
Quoted from 27dnast:

The “Fabulous” Munchkin Hut Mod List
1) Boob
2) 27dnast

Ah! Muchas gracias. I totally forgot that was probably in the works at some point. I just hope it doesn't look like a row of hay-covered tits when he gets around to making them. At least we know they won't be 3D printed like some others out there (cough, cough).

Quoted from gouveia:

hahaha!
El Pollo Loco. The crazy chicken.

WAY too predictable, Steve. Lemme guess: Favorite tacos are Del Taco and favorite burgers are In 'N' Out. Am I close?

#4064 6 months ago
Quoted from beelzeboob:

WAY too predictable, Steve. Lemme guess: Favorite tacos are Del Taco and favorite burgers are In 'N' Out. Am I close?

Well if you’re talking THOSE type of tacos. Yes. Del Taco is pretty good. And let’s not forget the Jack in the Box ones. Guilty pleasure.

And In N’ Out. No contest.

#4065 6 months ago
Quoted from gouveia:

Well this is a nice change of pace. Bring it on!

I still enjoy playing it because it's a great game. I love widebody pins, since Indiana Jones was the first pinball machine I bought and still own that got me into this whole pinball thing to begin with.
And I still haven't learned all the deep, DEEP rules of WOZ, so there are things that I still haven't seen.
But the glass is hardly ever on, so there's that.

I am second youngest of six kids. My dad was a commercial tuna fisherman and was gone most of the time at sea when I was younger, so my mom wrangled all of us by herself. One rule she had was that we all had very specific bedtimes, which were pretty much spaced thirty minutes apart.
So I remember when Wizard of Oz came on TV, I had to take a nap after school before watching it since my bedtime was 8:00. So I could watch the beginning, but I still ended up having to go to bed right around the time Dorothy meets the Scarecrow. Eventually, I just stopped watching it and never got around to seeing the rest of the movie.
So for years, whenever someone brought up the flying monkeys, I seriously had no f***ing idea what they were talking about. Not kidding.
About ten years ago I got to watch one of the remaining prints of it at the Eastman Kodak museum in Rochester. So I finally got to watch it all the way through.
In the last couple of years I have watched the witch and flying monkey scenes more times than I ever thought I would in a lifetime.

Best question! I would not have this thread if it weren't for Tricia. No bullshit. It would not have happened.
Tricia has MS, and she has far more important things to be concerned about besides pinball. When we met, I was working on the witch when I'd get home from work just for fun. But she encouraged me to put it out there. She gives me the space to keep creating, she helps me with lots of behind the scenes stuff, and she actually listens to me talk about pinball news that no one would give a shit about (or at least I think she's listening). hahaha.
On our honeymoon in Maui, we were in a souvenir shop when I got totally lost staring at this stupid little fish magnet with springs on it's fins. I was wondering how I could make that work for the monkey (it's on my workbench in some pictures on this thread). Tricia had no problem with that. She actually waited patiently as I kept staring at it. I eventually just bought it so I could stare at it later at home.
Plus, she agreed on this new house just so I'd have space in the garage to work and have a room to fit my pinball machines.
I mean, c'mon!!

The monkey was hands down, the hardest thing to figure out because there is absolutely no room to put a mod back there. But someone challenged me to do it, and that was all I needed to spend countless hours figuring it out. (and you helped a little. )
The enjoyment was getting it to work, the achievement was actually finishing all of them.
And now back to our regularly scheduled programming...

Send your wife best wishes please I have MS and I hope she’s not getting kicked off working meds like I’ve been .Its been a 3 year battle I had a rough time when trying new forms of meds real bad but Covid actually saved me as they were going to take me off Avonex for good but I got a lawyer and won .

#4067 6 months ago
Quoted from gouveia:

In N’ Out. No contest.

Someone needs to explain this to me as I just dont get the appeal to In N' Out other than being cheap! If you order a single burger it's 80% bun 15% burger and 5% condiments.

#4068 6 months ago

best burger around is shake shack

#4069 6 months ago

Shake Shack is definitely good. When I lived in Manhattan, that was the place to go. Or the hidden Burger Joint in the Le Parker Meridien.

But to be honest, The Habit’s Santa Barbara burger is our favorite at the moment.

So there you go, meSz.

#4070 6 months ago

We’ve even got a Shake Shack over here in Hong Kong! Guess what time of year this pic was taken?

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#4071 6 months ago
Quoted from ToucanF16:

We’ve even got a Shake Shack over here in Hong Kong! Guess what time of year this pic was taken?
[quoted image]

Sometime before January .be safe !!

#4072 6 months ago

If anyone visits Chicago stop at M Burger !!! Get the farmer burger you’ll taste heaven !!

#4073 6 months ago

God I wish they were open now !!

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#4074 6 months ago
Quoted from gouveia:

Well this is a nice change of pace. Bring it on!

I still enjoy playing it because it's a great game. I love widebody pins, since Indiana Jones was the first pinball machine I bought and still own that got me into this whole pinball thing to begin with.
And I still haven't learned all the deep, DEEP rules of WOZ, so there are things that I still haven't seen.
But the glass is hardly ever on, so there's that.

I am second youngest of six kids. My dad was a commercial tuna fisherman and was gone most of the time at sea when I was younger, so my mom wrangled all of us by herself. One rule she had was that we all had very specific bedtimes, which were pretty much spaced thirty minutes apart.
So I remember when Wizard of Oz came on TV, I had to take a nap after school before watching it since my bedtime was 8:00. So I could watch the beginning, but I still ended up having to go to bed right around the time Dorothy meets the Scarecrow. Eventually, I just stopped watching it and never got around to seeing the rest of the movie.
So for years, whenever someone brought up the flying monkeys, I seriously had no f***ing idea what they were talking about. Not kidding.
About ten years ago I got to watch one of the remaining prints of it at the Eastman Kodak museum in Rochester. So I finally got to watch it all the way through.
In the last couple of years I have watched the witch and flying monkey scenes more times than I ever thought I would in a lifetime.

Best question! I would not have this thread if it weren't for Tricia. No bullshit. It would not have happened.
Tricia has MS, and she has far more important things to be concerned about besides pinball. When we met, I was working on the witch when I'd get home from work just for fun. But she encouraged me to put it out there. She gives me the space to keep creating, she helps me with lots of behind the scenes stuff, and she actually listens to me talk about pinball news that no one would give a shit about (or at least I think she's listening). hahaha.
On our honeymoon in Maui, we were in a souvenir shop when I got totally lost staring at this stupid little fish magnet with springs on it's fins. I was wondering how I could make that work for the monkey (it's on my workbench in some pictures on this thread). Tricia had no problem with that. She actually waited patiently as I kept staring at it. I eventually just bought it so I could stare at it later at home.
Plus, she agreed on this new house just so I'd have space in the garage to work and have a room to fit my pinball machines.
I mean, c'mon!!

The monkey was hands down, the hardest thing to figure out because there is absolutely no room to put a mod back there. But someone challenged me to do it, and that was all I needed to spend countless hours figuring it out. (and you helped a little. )
The enjoyment was getting it to work, the achievement was actually finishing all of them.
And now back to our regularly scheduled programming...

Thank You for Sharing. Your words and story are from the Heart. It show's in your passion for the mod's you've created.
You and your wife are amazing and I know a little of your back story my Jersey Boy Friend.
With the Flame on this Thread I thought the List had started, instead i was treated to some nice Food.
Personal Fav, off the menu Burger at The Playground in Santa Ana or Roy's of Hawaii off menu Angus/ Maui Onion. Yummy.

#4075 6 months ago

Put me down for witch 2.0 Steve. Gotta collect them all!

#4076 6 months ago
Quoted from Kkoss24:

God I wish they were open now !!
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Damn! Those photos but Shake Shack to shame. I know where I’m heading next time I’m in Chicago!

#4077 6 months ago

Awesome

I’d like to get in on some witch action.

#4078 6 months ago
Quoted from gouveia:

But to be honest, The Habit’s Santa Barbara burger is our favorite at the moment.

Hey gouveia, trade ya a fully loaded Habit card for a Witch 2.0!!!

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#4079 6 months ago

hmm,
me thinks it’s time to go to chicago for an m burger

#4080 6 months ago
Quoted from skogen75:

Hey gouveia, trade ya a fully loaded Habit card for a Witch 2.0!!! [quoted image]

Steve don't fall for this ...... look at the expiration date July 31, 200X

Now I can offer a shipment of Habit Burgers for a MONKEY 3.0 (hell I'll even take the 2.0).

(disclaimer - eating beef after it has shipped for 3 days in the Summertime is not advisable)

#4081 6 months ago
Quoted from meSz:

Steve don't fall for this ...... look at the expiration date July 31, 200X
Now I can offer a shipment of Habit Burgers for a MONKEY 3.0 (hell I'll even take the 2.0).
(disclaimer - eating beef after it has shipped for 3 days in the Summertime is not advisable)

Yes, exactly! A signed, vintage, fully punched Habit card. I knew I was saving this for something. Circa 2005.

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#4082 6 months ago
Quoted from Kkoss24:

Send your wife best wishes please I have MS and I hope she’s not getting kicked off working meds like I’ve been .Its been a 3 year battle I had a rough time when trying new forms of meds real bad but Covid actually saved me as they were going to take me off Avonex for good but I got a lawyer and won .

kkoss24 (and everyone else), This is my wife, Tricia. She's my hero, and she's an open book. Seriously. You can talk to her anytime.

http://lovemymslife.com/
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#4083 6 months ago
Quoted from skogen75:

Hey gouveia, trade ya a fully loaded Habit card for a Witch 2.0!!! [quoted image]

And to skogen75,

You are a liar and a scoundrel! That Habit card is well past it's due date, sir!

Thank you meSz for your sharp eyes. But please don't send me any meat. There's a Habit like seriously right down the street.

#4084 6 months ago
Quoted from gouveia:

kkoss24 (and everyone else), This is my wife, Tricia. She's my hero, and she's an open book. Seriously. You can talk to her anytime.
http://lovemymslife.com/
[quoted image]

Steve, tons of respect, my friend!

#4085 6 months ago

gouveia... put me in on Woz witch mod

Thank You!
Kerry

#4086 6 months ago
Quoted from Kerry_Richard:

gouveia... put me in on Woz witch mod
Thank You!
Kerry

I can feel it Kerry...anyday now we will have a countdown to a list, then a time for list, then Steve will make a list. Then the list will start, then list will be full in a day.
Then people will beg to be on the list.
Then the list for witch 3.0 will be imaginary and this all continues into lists of chicken and burgers.

#4087 6 months ago
Quoted from gouveia:

You are a liar and a scoundrel! That Habit card is well past it's due date, sir!

This is all in good fun, right? I’m bad at social media.

I guess I should have said, “I too enjoy The Habit as shown by my punched club card; I keep it with me in case I find my self back in Santa Barbara.”

As for that exp. date; I guess I don’t get back there as often as I had hoped.

If any of you are in the Albuquerque/Santa Fe are I would treat you to a Green Chile cheeseburger from Burger Boy; the closest to The Habit I’ve found out here.

#4088 6 months ago
Quoted from skogen75:

This is all in good fun, right? I’m bad at social media.

Of course it is. Life is too serious right now to take this thread too seriously.

#4089 6 months ago
Quoted from skogen75:

This is all in good fun, right? I’m bad at social media.

Quoted from gouveia:

Of course it is. Life is too serious right now to take this thread too seriously.

Oh yeah skogen75 alll in good fun! However I am still sending Steve same Habit burgers in the mail just cuz he turn me down on a MONKEY

Steve, looked at your wife's site and absolutely love the picture of the dog "Round Two". . . classic

#4090 6 months ago

She's a keeper for sure
Nice Pic!

#4091 6 months ago

Pm me on this mod. I don’t have a WOZ yet but I will eventually once one comes up for sale

#4092 6 months ago
Quoted from Pinball69:

Pm me on this mod. I don’t have a WOZ yet but I will eventually once one comes up for sale

WHAT???
You don't have a WOZ Yet??!!!
What the Hell you waiting for bro?, your late to the game.

#4093 6 months ago

List of Pinsiders That Need to Buy WOZ

1) Pinball69

#4094 5 months ago
Quoted from 27dnast:

List of Pinsiders That Need to Buy WOZ
1) Pinball69

2) Wesman

Me too! I don't have one yet....but I still bought the Crystal Ball mod..!

#4095 5 months ago

Wow, fantastic looking witch! So much better than what I was working on. Lets just say it involved hot glue and toothpicks.

#4096 5 months ago
Quoted from merccat:

Wow, fantastic looking witch! So much better than what I was working on. Lets just say it involved hot glue and toothpicks.

Yes but unlike Steve's cheap witch mod yours actually caught on fire so don't be hard yourself!


(have to put the sarcasm emoji as you know someone will take it seriously!)

#4097 5 months ago

The witching hour is getting closer! The next full moon is 3 August.

#4098 5 months ago

OOH really fire! That would be cool!

#4099 5 months ago
Quoted from merccat:

Wow, fantastic looking witch! So much better than what I was working on. Lets just say it involved hot glue and toothpicks.

And it was still less cartoony than the OEM witch!

(Yes...I hate my witch and cannot wait for SG Witch 2.0)

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#4100 5 months ago

Hey everyone,
I hope you're all enjoying this new normal! Isn't it great?! And how about that cardboard baseball? Very exciting.

The witch is still in the final troubleshooting stage, so no list yet. But before you start signing up on another fake list, I thought you'd like to actually see some of what she does. So here's a sneak peek.

Thanks and stay safe.
Steve

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