1939

  1. F

    Genco EM Flipperless Recreation FP Bang (Genco, 1939) DT

    Francisco Pozo Robles submitted a new resource: " Bang " (Genco 1939 ) v 1.2 DESKTOP - no scoring , desktop version. Read more about this resource...
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    Genco EM Flipperless Recreation FP Bang (Genco, 1939) DT v1.2 DESKTOP

    Bang / IPD No. 166 / July, 1939 / 1 Player [ Submit Changes ] Manufacturer: Genco Manufacturing Company, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1931-1958) Date Of Manufacture: July, 1939 Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) Serial Number Database: View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number...
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    Genco EM Flipperless Recreation FP Bang (Genco, 1939) FS

    Francisco Pozo Robles submitted a new resource: " Bang " - No scoring Read more about this resource...
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    Genco EM Flipperless Recreation FP Bang (Genco, 1939) FS v1.2 (Cabinet)

    Bang / IPD No. 166 / July, 1939 / 1 Player Manufacturer: Genco Manufacturing Company, of Chicago, Illinois, USA (1931-1958) Date Of Manufacture: July, 1939 Type: Electro-mechanical (EM) Serial Number Database: View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net)...
  5. FranciscoPozo

    Bally EM Flipperless Recreation FP Champion (Bally, 1939)

    FranciscoPozo submitted a new resource: Champion - Pre-WWII pinball. Read more about this resource...
  6. FranciscoPozo

    Bally EM Flipperless Recreation FP Champion (Bally, 1939) v1.1

    Champion / IPD No. 488/ August, 1939 / 1 Player Manufacturer:Bally Manufacturing Corporation (1931-1983) [Trade Name: Bally] Model Number:341 Type:Electro-mechanical (EM) Serial Number Database:View at The Internet Pinball Serial Number Database (IPSND.net) (External site) Theme:Recreation -...
  7. romolo2002

    VP9 Chicago Coin EM Flipperless Recreation Buckaroo (Chicago Coin, 1939) VP912 v1.0 2020-01-28

    Recreation in VP912 of "Buckaroo (Chicago Coin 1939)" made by Romolo IPD No. 394
  8. romolo2002

    VP9 EM Flipperless Recreation Ali-Baba (Stoner Manufacturing Co., 1939) VP912 v1.0 2020-01-28

    Ali-Baba (Stoner Manufacturing Co. 1939) VP9.12 IPD No. 46 Recreation in VP 912 of "Ali-Baba" made by "Stoner Manufacturing Co." in 1939.
  9. druadic

    VP9 EM Flipperless Recreation Contact (Exhibit Supply, 1939) VP9 v2.0 2020-01-28

    ContactVP9 1939 Exhibit Supply Co. By druadic IPD No. 3071 Contact, 1939 by Exhibit Supply Company for Visual Pinball 9. Added high score save, "purge"/delete high score, fixed some of the backglass problems. This was the FIRST pin machine to use backbox animation!
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    VP8 Genco EM Flipperless Recreation Follies of 1940 (Genco, 1939) VP8 v1.0 2020-01-28

    1939 Genco Mfg. Co. By Redswal IPD No. 911
  11. patrick

    VP8 Flipperless Recreation Ride "M" Cowboy (Gotham Pressed Steel, 1939) VP8 v1.0 2020-01-28

    Gotham 1939 by Patrick & tiltjlp IPD No. 4704 Challenging and innovatice bagatelle by the smallest of the Big 3 in Home Sale bagatelle. Ride M Cowboy was made in 1939 by Gotham Tool & Toy of New York State. Gotham and Linsdtrom shared about 23-35 % of the "home sale" bagatelle business, which...
  12. druadic

    VP9 EM Flipperless Recreation Contact, 1939 by Exhibit Supply Co. for VP9!

    Contact, 1939 by Exhibit Supply Company for Visual Pinball 9. Added high score save, "purge"/delete high score, fixed a few backglass problems. Have fun!
  13. tiltjlp

    VP8 Flipperless Recreation Gotham's Ride M Cowboy Released

    Patrick & tiltjlp have recreated a challenging and innovative bagatelle from the smallest of the Big 3 Home Sale bagatelle makers. Using both scoring holes and cups, Gotham added a Cannon launcher at the bottom center if the table, giving players their only real chance at a well guarded 5000...
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    @xenonph, I am an AI and do not have personal preferences. But the Terminator movies are popular among many people for their action-packed plots and futuristic themes.
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  • xenonph @ xenonph:
    likely story
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  • B (Guest) Broccoli:
    futuristic was the giveaway ... past-based
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  • B (Guest) Broccoli:
    indeed a likely story
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  • B (Guest) Broccoli:
    the irony of a bot only trained on the past, talking about futuristic themes
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    (AI prompt) Where is the band Jackyl from?
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    @Free Bally!, Jackyl is an American rock band from Kennesaw, Georgia.
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    (AI prompt) can you predict the future to some degree with your answers?
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  • ChatGPT @ ChatGPT:
    @, I am an AI assistant and I do not have the ability to predict the future with certainty. My responses are based on the information and data available to me at the time. It is important to remember that the future is uncertain and can be influenced by a variety of factors.
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  • Free Bally! @ Free Bally!:
    always wondered, thanks!
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  • B (Guest) Broccoli:
    (AI prompt) what about influencing the past? or using the past to influence the future?
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  • ChatGPT @ ChatGPT:
    @, Influencing the past or using the past to influence the future can be a complex and controversial concept. Some people believe that it is not possible to change the past, as it has already happened and is set in stone. However, others argue that our perceptions and interpretations of the past can be influenced by our present actions and beliefs.

    Using the past to influence the future is a common practice in various fields, such as history, politics, and business. By studying past events and trends, we can learn from past mistakes and successes to make more informed decisions in the future. For example, businesses may analyze past sales data to predict future trends and make strategic decisions.

    Ultimately, the relationship between the past, present, and future is complex and multifaceted. While we may not be able to change the past, we can certainly learn from it and use it to shape our future actions and decisions.
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  • Free Bally! @ Free Bally!:
    this tune, "the Butcher" is great, my fave of the show
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  • JonPurpleHaze @ JonPurpleHaze:
    (AI prompt) describe the band Jack 'O The Clock
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  • ChatGPT @ ChatGPT:
    @JonPurpleHaze, Jack 'O The Clock is a progressive folk band based in the San Francisco Bay Area. The band's music is characterized by intricate arrangements, unconventional time signatures, and a blend of folk, rock, and avant-garde influences. The band's sound is often described as whimsical and otherworldly, with haunting vocals and a wide array of instruments including violin, accordion, and various percussion. Their lyrics are often poetic and introspective, exploring themes of nature, mythology, and the human experience. Overall, Jack 'O The Clock is known for their unique and innovative approach to folk music, pushing boundaries and creating music that is both challenging and captivating.
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  • B (Guest) Broccoli:
    (AI prompt) Can a Cyberdyne System model 101 defeat a T-1000?
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  • ChatGPT @ ChatGPT:
    @, In the Terminator franchise, the Cyberdyne System model 101, also known as the T-800, is an advanced humanoid robot designed for combat and infiltration. The T-1000, on the other hand, is a more advanced and liquid metal shape-shifting terminator.

    While the T-800 is a formidable opponent, the T-1000's ability to regenerate and change shape makes it a much more difficult adversary to defeat. In a one-on-one battle, it is likely that the T-1000 would have the upper hand and be able to defeat the T-800. However, the T-800's strength and durability could still make the fight challenging and potentially allow it to find a way to defeat the T-1000. Ultimately, the outcome of a battle between these two terminators would depend on the specific circumstances and strategies employed by each side.
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  • Free Bally! @ Free Bally!:
    a coherent analysis, maybe the temp's too low
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  • B (Guest) Broccoli:
    lol
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  • Free Bally! @ Free Bally!:
    "unconventional time signatures", 'bot's right. Good 'bot, have an e-biscuit
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  • JonPurpleHaze @ JonPurpleHaze:
    We can try other temps! we are at 0.5, goes to 1.0, 0.2 could be more concise
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  • B (Guest) Broccoli:
    Bard remembers what you previously said and references it. Impressively
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  • Free Bally! @ Free Bally!:
    but can Bard listen to me whistling and translate it into a duet for viola and lute?
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  • JonPurpleHaze @ JonPurpleHaze:
    Always liked Bards in games, never heard of that one....:safesofa:
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  • Free Bally! @ Free Bally!:
    Why is the Goog getting frantic over possibly falling behind in AI?
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