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guy builds an amusement park, yeap but not in a michael jackson way :)

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+6 1. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

What a little paradise for children! :)
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+9 2. Boe commented 4 years ago

Amazing!!! Never could be in North America, just breathing in the park would be a lawsuit. But there was Action Park in New Jersey. https://youtu.be/j3Xf1x5GmiQ
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+4 3. curator commented 4 years ago

his restaurant.
his restaurant needs electricity :)
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+2 4. Scotsman50 commented 4 years ago

health and safety in the UK would never allow this to happen here, do gooders suck!! :squirrel::squirrel:
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-5 5. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#3 Not if it's only open in the daytime and it's a barbecue restaurant.

#4 Would you honesty be happy for your children or grandchildren to ride on this without a health and safety check?? They are there for a reason to protect you and your family. Sometimes H&S can go too far but not when it comes down to fairground rides sorry.

If have to say I wouldn't have let any of my children ride on some of those rides, where is the health and safety? No diagrams, no strength testing, probably no maintenance program. It's an accident waiting to happen sorry! :(
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+4 6. Burimi commented 4 years ago

#5 where he can keep the meat for barbecue?
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+10 7. Scotsman50 commented 4 years ago

#5 In answer to the question would i let my children ride on these "Yes" Our children face hazards everyday, would you let your children ride a bike? What if they got hit with a bus? Would you let them play on roller skates? what if they fell over and broke an ankle? would you let them do anything ? as there is always an element of danger to be considered even playing on a trampoline they could fall wrongly and break there neck. As a parent you have to make a judgement on how safe things look/are and from what i see in this video plenty parents trust the way this has been built and it appears it has ran a long time without being shut down which i would conclude no serious accidents have happened here. The accident may be waiting to happen however we have had some recent disasters here in the UK even with all the health and safety involvement but on the basis of what you say you would be happy letting your children on rides that have been h&s verified even though many deaths and amputations have happened recently on our fair grounds. Every parent makes an informed decision and lives by that decision, we can only wrap kids up in cotton wool sometimes.
I still stand by H&S have gone to far and we need more things like this in the UK.
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-5 8. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#7 Bikes and Roller skates generally don't go twenty or more feet into the air at what looked like 20-30mph attached to a track made by an old man in his shed. The fact that there have been some terrible accidents in the UK such as Alton Towers despite health and safety regulations (The latest turned out to be operator error) should make you realise how dangerous some of these rides can be even when they are made to high standards. I don't believe in wrapping children up in cotton wool either, but as I'm sure you know some countries (and I suspect this is one of them) don't have very high standards when it comes to looking after their citizens, records aren't kept when things go wrong and whereas over here where it makes a big news story and close scrutiny is undertaken to prevent repeats of accidents, this is often not the case overseas. I guess we make our own judgments for our Children, mine would be different to yours. <3
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+1 9. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#2 I have heard about that park in Jersey before, also heard that people had the time of their life there, I even think there is something out there that they are trying to re-create it...but you're right, nowadays everything is about liability and it would never be like it was then, and time cannot be turned back....but on another note, the blonde guy in your link is too HOT! <3
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+4 10. Burimi commented 4 years ago

I need electricity to watch this video!
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+1 11. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#10 you got it! ;)
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0 12. buckleg08 commented 323 days ago

fun times...:)