Perhaps the key is not buying $10k machines. Now days, you have to be a Dave n Busters to afford stuff like that and still turn a profit.[UD EDIT: made readable] Arcades seem like they can never return your investment. By the time the $10k machine pays itself off, it's lost interest and outdated. One machine I definitely would have around drunk people though is punching strength games. GOLD mine.
Well the Ohio thing didn't work out and was not what was expected/promised so I'm trying to decide what to do going forward.congrats mitsu,
your story is inspirational, thank you for sharing.
Moving is stress---ful. No way to slice it. But once you get settled you are gonna be gratified from accomplishing these challenges ahead.
I'm always late to the party, sorry for the fiasco, none the less you really are not missing much here!Anyone in Ohio that can give Mitsu his birthday punches?
Well if there's any way we can help. Let us know. Personally speaking, I know your work has seriously helped me enjoy a lot of games I would have never otherwise played. This situation is hard on a lot of people and thankfully I'm in a place where I can help.For now multis are paying the bills.