One interesting thing to do at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco, is the
It features a bizarre collection of old games and music box shows from the early 1900’s and even a few classic video arcade games.
And you can still stick a quarter in these things and watch a drunk cowboy on a drunk horse sway back and forth…
Or… okay, I have no idea what that one does…
It is some strange, old-timey fun, the admission is free, and even kids love it.
In fact, I suggest you all take your kids there. It is cool to see them interact with pre-electronic games… and it will teach them to stay away from drunk sailors and cowboys.
Okay, I don’t know what that will teach them, but kids love it.
Yes, there are some racist overtones to some of it. This was before political correctness, and anyway, President Trump is going to ban political correctness soon, so maybe we should get used to it.
Wait… is that a scene from the Beatles Yellow Submarine movie???
I think that on Halloween, they should turn on all the games, turn off all the lights, and lock people in there for an hour.
Uh… I think that is the drinking game version of Singing In The Rain.
And a drunk English sailor, just to round things off.
Monks… ringing bells… there was also one that was like the front door of the Bastille, and if you put a quarter in, the doors opened, and you could see nobles being beheaded by a guillotine. I kid you not. I didn’t get a picture of that. Sorry.
Okay, don’t bring babies in there… that would just be wrong.