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    Default Stuck on a theme park ride for 7 hours

    Doesn't sound too much like fun in Southern California. I've often wondered how they would get people out of the Orlando Eye if they couldn't restart it.


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    Me in that order if I was on it....

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    Ditto what Catlady said, followed after rescue by a long visit to the little boys room followed by several months therapy

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    What a GREAT extra ride.....!!!!

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    I'll be right there with you Catlady, but in all honesty, I think I'd be wetting myself, too!











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    Quote Originally Posted by Catlady View Post
    Me in that order if I was on it....
    I have to agree ��

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    What a nightmare ... and I know that I'd have needed a bathroom the second it got stuck !!!

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    Interesting choice of rescue method. I'd have though an aerial platform would have been safer. I know it was 148' up, but I regularly use one that goes beyond that height for work. There are several available to hire in London, so I can't imagine that one would be hard to find in the LA area.
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