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January 24, 2020

'NOT RECOMMENDED FOR PEOPLE OF A NERVOUS DISPOSITION'

A new immersive performance will allow audience members to experience a plane crash.

(Thanks to Rod Nunley)

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Still better than ending up in Cleveland

Coming soon to a Disney or Six Flags park near you.

I wonder if "CATS" will be the on-board movie ?

Surely you can't be serious.

I kept waiting for a rubber ducky head to pop out the front of her flotation device.

And Burt Macklin FBI--Don't call her Shirley, she doesn't like that.

Who would pay money to be in a simulated plane crash?

And I thought Universal's Tower of Terror won the "Most Likely to Make Me Puke" award.

Not paging Don Knotts.
wait .. is that a double negative?

Does the crash happen before or after you change planes in Atlanta?

How about the big guy who hasn't showered for a couple of days sitting right next to you, do they recreate that too?

Wanderer - Obviously after. It is widely held that when you die, before you get to heaven or hell, you will have to change planes in Atlanta.

I kind of liked the aircraft disintegration scene from Fight Club. Is it wrong to talk about that?

Something like this was done by the “Airplane!” crew in “”Kentucky Fried Movie”.

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