Talk about a problem with its own solution!
Anyone want to count the spelling and grammar errors on their home page?
Quite a few:
-"It today a tool for patron wellbeing" (well being is two words, or at least hyphenated, but that is'nt the least of this phrases problems)
-“Is this ride safe for my family and I?” (should be "me", not "I")
-"Certain aspects of this information was not safety related." (should be "were", not "was")
And those are just the obvious ones...
Bad BS gives me a headache, can we declare their site "unsafe"? ;)
P.P.S. Whaddya get if you win a lawsuit against an unemployed uneducated teenager, their allowance?
Edit: Final note: If their goal really IS to improve parks, putting the word *SAFETY* in there really is a BAD bad way to start..;)
bill, learned recently that the Men Without Hats' "Safety Dance" wasn't really as safe as we were led to believe...
*** Edited 5/3/2005 8:22:10 PM UTC by rollergator***
I can see it now. "Did you get that one? That guy tripped on a souvineer cup."
"Our customers don’t wait for things to happen; we make them happen with an energy and vitality that is rare in industry today."
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