This isn't my life, but is basically my leisure activities, and multiple things from both areas were done this weekend.
Two main areas, motorsports and explosives.
All equipment must be able to go over 50mph for these:
-Dirt Bike/ATV trails and jumps.
-Large Jetski lake with racecourse
-Go Kart race track.
Equipment must be able to easily go over 100mph for these
-2+ Mile Race Course for cars and motorcycles.
Explosives!----activities include, but are not limited to:
-Shooting things that explode
-Setting off anything flammable, such as gasoline, methanol, methane, hydrogen.
People are welcome to bring anything else they can think of to set off, along with anything they'd like to blow up/destroy, such as cars, furniture, appliances, or anything else.
-no diving in the lava when the ride is not in session
-bring enough money to buy water ($10 a dozen per day)
-we're not responsible for the loss of screaming children
-please, and this can't be stressed enough. no ENTPs
Ooooh....this will def. be a guaranteed thrill!
+: At least there won't be problems with line-ups.
Bring your own theme, and ride hard!
Admission price: respect
Height requirement: open-mind
Refund policy: only fun is allowed to be claimed for an eligible reimbursement
Fine print: if you're jonesing to read this, this park is not for you
It'd be one huge rollercoaster, constructing itself as you go so that ur always kind of afraid of
*dying horribly falling in a pit made of pure doom or
*impacting another cart or
*getting another cart falling on ur head.
+ We'd use fake holographic carts so you never now if it's a real cart falling.
In case of an accident we'd of course use our contacts in the russian mob to smooth it all up and tell everybody it was one of our awesome holographic thrills.
ps: the ticket price includes free pop corn
Your insurance don't cover any physical or psychological trauma once u've entered the scene of the crime. At all.
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... In theory.
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