The pictures uploaded in random order and pinside only allows you to edit posts up to 24 hours after they are posted.
However, why is the picture of my kid drilling out a lock wonderful, but a picture of a female sitting on a pinball not? If the female was my wife would that then make it ok? If the female was 50 pounds heaver would that make it ok?
If it the fact that she is an adult entertainer? Where is the line drawn? What is the actual issue here?
I am just posting up pictures relating to anything we talk about.
Martin did not post pictures on Tilt Forums.
When Elvira 3 is shown, is it ok if we post pictures of the playfield? I am almost certain Elvira will have more cleavage than the picture of the female sitting on Theatre of magic.
PAPA has tutorials of Scared Stiff. A game where Elvira cracks jokes about headjobs and there are plenty of other sexual jokes. Are people offended by this?
The Bayside pinball club held a FREE event to help people learn how to strip down a pinball machines. FREE! A full day event like this usually costs over $500 AUD. We can get the 15 people that went to the event on here and they can talk about everything they have learnt and how the owner is taking time out of his weekend to improve the hobby with absolutely NO financial gain. In fact there are costs involved with running such an event and it was taken out of his own pocket. OR we can sit on a forum and argue that a logo of the small event on the other side of the world is a female (or a male right? cannot make assumptions these days) on a plunger is 'super gross'.
I saw a Facebook post about people being offended by "Finding Pinball's Bottom" was the title of The Pinball Podcasts latest episode. The reason was that it was in the same episode they talked about the JT arrest.
My point is that people can be offended by almost anything. Different people have different lines that are crossed depending on their religious beliefs, their childhood and their views on the world.
I am sorry if your line has been crossed, but that doesn't mean that everyones line has been crossed.