Justin Cardenas, 29, of Chowchilla plays pinball inside Action Computers in Merced on Thursday. Believe it or not, it is illegal for minors to play pinball in Merced, one of a few ordinances the Merced City Council will look at repealing Monday.
Justin Cardenas, 29, of Chowchilla plays pinball inside Action Computers in Merced on Thursday. Believe it or not, it is illegal for minors to play pinball in Merced, one of a few ordinances the Merced City Council will look at repealing Monday. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com
Justin Cardenas, 29, of Chowchilla plays pinball inside Action Computers in Merced on Thursday. Believe it or not, it is illegal for minors to play pinball in Merced, one of a few ordinances the Merced City Council will look at repealing Monday. tmiller@mercedsunstar.com

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