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Los Angeles Summer Attractions

Planning a trip to California this summer? Before you head off on your vacation, take a look at some of the coolest attractions in the Los Angeles Area - it'll save you from reading through all those tourist brochures!

Los Angeles - Disneyland

Happy Birthday Disneyland! Mickey and the rest of his pals have been chillin' in the Magic Kingdom for 50 years and they're throwing one of the biggest parties around! In celebration of their 50th anniversary, Disneyland is re-opening one its coolest attractions - Space Mountain! Travel past shooting stars, planets and much more. There's so much great stuff to see at Disneyland, you'll probably need a couple days to get through it all - they don't call it the happiest place on earth for nothing!

Los Angeles - Knott's Berry Farm

After you're done hanging out with Donald Duck, Goofy and the rest of the Disney characters, why not drop by to see Charlie Brown and his friends? Camp Snoopy is just one part of Knott's Berry Farm - America's very first theme park. Chances are the 'rents have already been to Knott's Berry but they'll definitely be willing to go back with you. There are tons of rides, a water park and there are always great shows to watch throughout the park. The coolest part is that your ticket to Knott's Berry Farm includes an All-You-Can-Eat BBQ!

Los Angeles - Six Flags Magic Mountain

Home to the largest collection of xtreme roller coasters on the planet, Six Flags Magic Mountain is not an amusement park for the faint of heart. There are 16 original roller coasters and more than 100 other rides awaiting the dare devil in you. Don't worry, there's stuff for your younger sibs too like Bugs Bunny World and Daffy's Adventure Tours. Then, when you're teetering on the brink of hurling up all that cotton candy you've been eating all day, take a break from the roller coasters and check out the brand new Batman Begins Stunt Show! Get up-close-and-personal with the special effects used in the blockbuster movie - and check out the one and only Batmobile.

Los Angeles - Universal Studios

There are a couple of new attractions to check out at Universal Studios this year like Revenge of The Mummy: The Ride and Van Helsing: Fortress Dracula. The Mummy features one of the world's fastest indoor roller coasters and Van Helsing lets you explore Dracula's crypt, complete with scary creatures around every corner. While at Universal, be sure to check out some of their more classic attractions like the Jurassic Park ride and Back to the Future: The Ride. It's like being right in the movie!

Los Angeles - Pharaoh's Lost Kingdom

Get ready for a full day of family fun at Pharaoh's Lost Kingdom. You've got the best of everything at Pharaoh's with rides, arcade, laser tag, miniature golf, Go Karts and a giant water park! Be sure to remember your bathing suit cuz there are water slides here that you don't wanna miss. From Ramses' Rocket Speed Slide to the Riptide Surf Pool, you're in for one wet ride!

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Myshkin
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"Myshkin" wrote: "Jolly-Rancher206" wrote: "Myshkin" wrote: It means that men and women are not inherently equal, though certainly you can view their worth as being about equal. Only about? Only about. You might be able to delude yourself into thinking the two have the exact same worth but that will never actually happen due to unconscious biases, nor does the principle translate into the real-world very well where people are not made of the same stuff and the worth of a person is based upon context and character. Hold up. Yeah people are biased and some may see one s//x as better than the other. And yes people don't live that way in the real-world. I'm saying at bottom one s//x does not have more value than another. One human being doesn't have more value than another. I don't believe someone's character or personality changes that. I can think someone is a bad person, does bad things, but still affirm they have as much worth as a person as I do. If one believes life has intrinsic value in the first place (can't be proven, touched measured, just is) then how can you go about distinguishing the amount of value someone has?
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