Until you see these pix anyway.
Opened up the shop this morning to what looked like a horrible crime scene. Blood, poop, urine all over one of my work tables. Tools, parts, materials soaked in nastyniess. NO PIX of this though, way too gross.
Went searching for the victim(s) heard some very soft meowing sounds....
This is a feral cat that we feed that roams around the property snagging rodents for us. She was visited by a very large orange and white cat a little while back. I assume thats when the shenanigans occured.
We tried to grab the kittens but the mom hissed at us. She finally ran out of the shop and we were able to retrieve them. We set up a little shelter with a soft bed, food and placed a huge storage bin over the top with a hole cut out for her to get in. Placed this behind the shop and out of the way. She finally came back to find her kittens. Then proceeded to pull them out 1 by one and hide them in the bushes We tried. Unfortunately they will most likely become snacks for the local coyotes.
Quoted from KozMckPinball:
So it's one of these:
Memory Lane (1978)
Wild Fyre (1978)
Hot Hand (1979)
Cosmic Princess (1979) (Produced in Australia by Leisure and Allied Industries under license from Stern Electronics Inc)
Meteor (1979) (Highest production of all Stern Electronics' Pinballs)
Big Game (1980) (First game to incorporate seven-digit scoring in the digital era)
Star Gazer (1980)
Flight 2000 (1980) (Stern's first game with multi-ball and speech)
Nine Ball (1980)
Split Second (1981)
Iron Maiden (1982) (Unrelated to the British heavy metal band)
Orbitor 1 (1982) (Featured a 3d-vacuum formed playfield with spinning rubber bumpers causing frenetic ball action; it was the company's last released game)
Cue (1982) (Six machines built)
Lazer Lord (1984) (one prototype built)
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