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Splashdown!
1999-11-19 16:31:14


Bad People
 
Lawyers don't show up in photographs (or mirrors). Why do you think we have to use artists' renderings of trials?
-- S Dallas, Esq

 

One of the more popular sites on the Internet deals with tube-topped women (or their boyfriends) attempting to flash the camera that takes a picture of the horrified looks of people as they begin the descent to the final leg of Splash Mountain at Disneyland. Occasionally, a photo will make it past the ever-vigilant eyes of the photo operator, or some sneaky employee will smuggle a still out. At first, this is kinda cool. But now it's moved from boring (everyone is doing it, on anything with a camera) to downright creepy. There must be something else that people can do, right?

Meet Ben, Scott, Arnold and Chris. Four gentlemen who have figured out how to turn the Splash Mountain ride into a bizarre form of performance art. We need far more inventive and imaginative people like this in the world. Keep up the great work, guys!

Over.  End of Story.  Go home now.

gable@pigdog.org


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