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Jul 29, 2021

have you ever responded to a bluetooth talker
things that feel like an olympic sport but aren't (according to espn)
what music would you store in a doomsday vault
worst job accidents...bored panda list
game: what year was it?
what was your favorite part of back to school shopping as a kid
worst "rude behaviors" according to johns hopkins
game: mindtrap
who is your least favorite band of all time?
songs singers regret making or refuse to perform
goodbye/fun facts...the dog days of summer..Fortunately, National Waterpark Day has arrived just in time to cool you off,. whether you prefer the water-plunging rides or the lazy rivers and wave pools...waterparks have something for everyone! They can be a portion of a vacation or they can be the destination. In the United States, nearly every state has a waterpark. The first waterparks were built in the late 1940s and 1950s George Millay, who had founded SeaWorld, opened Wet 'n Wild in 1977. Some considered it to be the world's first true waterpark. First Indoor waterpark was build in World Waterpark in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in 1985.