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Old 03-14-08, 08:51 AM   #1
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Adult theme Park

Where adults can live their dreams and fantasies, nope not Vegas. Too many possibilities.

Adult Disney
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Where adults can live their dreams and fantasies, nope not Vegas. Too many possibilities.

Adult Disney
I didn't think that was legal, most places
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C'mon where is your mind at, this good clean adult fun, rock climbing and stuff.
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But why not open all night? And, can you get a drink?

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(you were thinking I was going to say MTV?)
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what the heck is wrong with "normal" Disney? i mean, i'm (sort of) an adult at 33, and i think the Disney parks are a hoot! i've not been back in a while, but both the Magic Kingdom and Epcot really are fun for everyone, i think.
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what the heck is wrong with "normal" Disney? i mean, i'm (sort of) an adult at 33, and i think the Disney parks are a hoot! i've not been back in a while, but both the Magic Kingdom and Epcot really are fun for everyone, i think.
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Look for the resort called "Hedonism"
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The point is, ladies and gentlemen, that: Greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is right; greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms, greed for life, for money, for love, knowledge — has marked the upward surge of mankind and greed, you mark my words — will not only save Teldar Paper but that other malfunctioning corporation called the USA.
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The point is, ladies and gentlemen, that: Greed, for lack of a better word, is good. Greed is right; greed works. Greed clarifies, cuts through, and captures the essence of the evolutionary spirit. Greed, in all of its forms, greed for life, for money, for love, knowledge has marked the upward surge of mankind and greed, you mark my words will not only save Teldar Paper but that other malfunctioning corporation called the USA.
I'm not sure, I will have to ponder on it a while. I'm not rejecting it, just not sure.
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It's for, you know, the kids.......
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^^ Hudsucker Proxy ^^

The most underrated of all the Coen Brothers movies. GREAT FLICK.

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C'mon where is your mind at, this good clean adult fun, rock climbing and stuff.
hmmmm I think I prefer where my mind was.....
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I thought that was the playboy mansion?
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That, or Miller's Crossing.
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That, or Miller's Crossing.
Miller's Crossing is not underrated.... it's just underknown. It gets brought up in almost any Coen Brothers movie conversation by anyone who has seen more than Fargo and O Brother.

I posit that Hudsucker's underrated and underknown.

I also posit that Barton Fink is mentally messed up and underknown. Though a Barton Fink ride at the Coen Brothers Amusement Park would be quite a thrill. Escape the hotel hallway engulfed in flames!


Hmmm.... Coen Brothers Amusement Park. Let's see...
The Raising Arizona Steal a Baby and Pick Up the Huggies Ride
The Fargo Woodchipper Ride
The Hudsucker Hullahoop Ride (You know, for the kids!)
The Big Lebowski Little Urban Achievers Bowling Alley
O Brother! Where Art Thou? Chain Gang Ride.

Hey, I think I'm on to something here....
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You know that midway game where you squirt the water cannon at the clowns mouth to blow up the balloon.? We could come up with a "Something About Mary" hairgel version of that, could'nt we?
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You know that midway game where you squirt the water cannon at the clowns mouth to blow up the balloon.? We could come up with a "Something About Mary" hairgel version of that, could'nt we?
ahh dude...thats just rude...

let me know where you do it haha...
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Miller's Crossing is not underrated.... it's just underknown. It gets brought up in almost any Coen Brothers movie conversation by anyone who has seen more than Fargo and O Brother.

I posit that Hudsucker's underrated and underknown.

I also posit that Barton Fink is mentally messed up and underknown. Though a Barton Fink ride at the Coen Brothers Amusement Park would be quite a thrill. Escape the hotel hallway engulfed in flames!


Hmmm.... Coen Brothers Amusement Park. Let's see...
The Raising Arizona Steal a Baby and Pick Up the Huggies Ride
The Fargo Woodchipper Ride
The Hudsucker Hullahoop Ride (You know, for the kids!)
The Big Lebowski Little Urban Achievers Bowling Alley
O Brother! Where Art Thou? Chain Gang Ride.

Hey, I think I'm on to something here....
Wow! You just made my day
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The park reportedly would only be open 4 p.m. to midnight and not offer traditional rides, but instead have attractions like rock-climbing, zip-lining and a safari tour that would require night-vision goggles, News 13 reports.
Kinda sounds like my tour of duty in the Army. Except it was open a lot longer, I got paid, and there was always someone around to harsh the all the fun parts.
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Miller's Crossing pwnz Hudsucker Proxy
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Miller's Crossing pwnz Hudsucker Proxy
This is true. All I said was Hudsucker was underrated. Miller's Crossing is VERY highly rated and regarded among film lovers. And rightfully so. It's nigh a masterpiece.

Hudsucker's not a masterpiece, but is a great film that doesn't get much notice.
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