Kansas legislature passes ride safety bill

Posted | Contributed by Jeff

Kansas legislators agreed Friday to strengthen the state’s lax oversight of amusement park rides after a lawmaker’s 10-year-old son was killed while riding a waterslide. Under the legislation, amusement park rides would have to be inspected every year by qualified inspector. Current law requires inspections but allows amusement park owners do the checks themselves.

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Barn door.

LostKause's avatar

I Voted up that quickly, because it sounded like something I agree with, but then I realized that I didn't understand, and rather than just let it slide, I want to ask you what "Barn door" means, because I am more curious than modest.

Edit - No pun intended.

Last edited by LostKause,

Locking the barn door after the horse is stolen.

OhioStater's avatar

And here I thought someone's fly was open.

No, in that case we say "Kennywood's open".

Tekwardo's avatar

Cellar Door.

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Well, in this case there are still horses in the barn, so closing the door is probably a good move...

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    /X\        _      *** Respect rides. They do not respect you. ***
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