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Location DB > Japan > Fukushima Prefecture > Fukushima > Greenland Amusement Park > Greenland > Imgp1680.jpg

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What Sam 'n' Max used to call the Cone of Tragedy. Never seen one before. Looked like fun!
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Posted by Kennerado 1/30/2005 11:53 AM | remove
  WOW there was a real Cone Of Tragedy? Thats awesome!
Posted by D-rock240 2/18/2005 3:20 PM | remove
  How did you ride that? Hold on to the bar with your hands?
Posted by Kuroneko 2/19/2005 5:13 AM | remove
  I suspect chairs hung from these mounts?
Posted by rainman8889 4/11/2005 4:01 AM | remove
  "Hold on to the bar with your hands?"
Yeah, and hope your trousers don't fly off!! ;-)
Posted by Mutt 4/23/2005 2:53 AM | remove
  It looks like a crude clothes dryer. You hang your shirts on the hangers and the operator spins them around until they are dry.
Posted by KaiHama 7/23/2005 3:45 AM | remove
  Cone of Tragedy, watch out for the Bleach.
Posted by White Winged Dove 9/9/2005 8:21 PM | remove
  LOL Shoes would be a problem as well as trousers!
Posted by Ex3cutor 1/25/2006 8:54 PM | remove
  `-Use Max with Cone of Tragedy-´
Posted by MikeB 2/23/2006 4:52 PM | remove
  Beutiful picture
Posted by Junix 3/1/2006 10:56 AM | remove
  The more of these I see the more I want to ride them. In their current states of decay!
Posted by covertstoner 4/1/2006 2:35 PM | remove
  lol this is an awesome place, i would luv to go there
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