The amusement park was so fun
You have to be at least 16 because you have to have a driver's license.
Depends on your state's local employment laws. Most stores in shopping centers will not employe people younger than 16 as you generally need a valid drivers license and standard (reliable) mode of transportation. Some stores have policies that will not allow them to hire anyone younger than 18. Too many variables come in to play to give a definite answer but a ballpark number would be 16+. Check your local listings.
Oblivion is a steel roller coaster located at Alton Towers in England. It was designed by John Wardley and was the worlds first vertical drop roller coaster. The debut for this coaster was in March 1998.
Oblivion is 65ft high and has a 180ft drop and has maximum speeds of 68 mph.
LEGOLAND California is located in Carlsbad, California.
The Lego Land outside of Chicago, IL only has one ride. It also has a Lego factory tour and a 4-D movie.
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don't talk to strangers and don't disguise someone for how you think they are.
A different history essay
The poem "A different history" is a wonderful poem written by "Sujata Bhatt". This poem is about two gods Pan and Saraswati. The poet talks to us about how they are all around us and other religious believes. In this essay I would be exploring the poetic devices used and also I would talk about topics talked upon in the poem.
The poem consists of twenty nine lines and is divided into two stanzas with eighteen lines and eleven lines. The first stanza talks about the god s in India and the second stanza talks about the language and conqueror. The poem does not have a regular rhyme scheme like dead, emigrated, India, freely, monkeys, sacred. The poem does not have a rhythm because the lengths of the lines are not consistent (five syllables, seven syllables, five syllables). This poem has a lot of indented lines and has two stanzas.
The poet Sujata Bhatt has been using both formal and informal diction in the poem. The words used by leave a sense of different histories on the reader's mind. The first stanza gives a sense of formality whereas the second stanza gives a sense of informality. In this poem the writer straight away talks to us (readers) which makes us feel the impact of the poem directly.
In this poem the poet uses metaphor in two places. Once the poet mentions it first in the line number four and five (Here the gods roam freely, disguised as snakes and monkeys). The second time she mentions it in the line number fifteen and sixteen (You must learn how to turn the pages gently without disturbing Saraswati). The poet even uses alliteration in the poem as it adds on to the flow of the poem (scythe, swooping). There are some sensory images used in the poem such as visual (tree, book, paper), organic (after soul has been cropped with a long scythe swooping out of the conqueror's face.
In the first stanza the poet talks about the religious believes. The poet also shows great amount of respect on the ending four to six lines of the poem. Whereas in the second stanza the poet takes out her anger by using harsh vocabulary such as (torture, cropped, scythe, swooping). But at the last two lines the poet leaves the reader wondering and in a confused state of mind.
The poem talks about the different types of the cultures in different places and shows respect for conqueror/conquests. In the first stanza the poet talks about emigration from one place to another, she mentions about gods throughput the first stanza and tells things such as gods roam freely, sins committed on books and allusions of two gods of different cultures. In the second stanza the poet talks about the language of the conqueror/of the oppressor and their conquered learning to "love the strange language". It shows how uncomfortable the poet is with both the different cultures.
I was personally touched by the poem by an amazing writer Sujata Bhatt. It has taught me many things which would further help me in my life. I really loved the way she mentioned the religious believes of people.
Linking back to the thesis statement.
Type of poem, rhyme scheme, rhythm, how does the poem look.
No rhyme scheme, irregular rhythm, indented lines, length of lines different.
It is not a sonnet or haiku etc., more than one topic being talked upon.
Formal and informal diction, sense of different histories, port's voice.
Stanza 1 informal (shove, slam) and stanza 2 formal (torture, murder),
It shows the formal and informal background of 2 different places and unravels it to the readers.
It tells that the poet has been to 2 different places with totally different histories.
Literary devices, sensory images.
Metaphor used twice (line 4 and 5, 15 and 16), alliteration (line scythe swooping), visual, organic.
Helps in understanding the poem better and even makes it more interesting to read it.
It shows that the poet wants the readers to not get bored and wants to keep you interested in the poem.
Cultural differences ,respect for conqueror/conquests
Emigrated, gods roaming freely, sins committed books, 2 allusions 2 gods of different cultures, language of the conqueror, conquered learning to "love the strange language".
A feeling of what the poem is all about, reflect the superstition embedded in India culture, makes the reader feel uncomfortable.
It brings out the poet's discomfort with both the cultures possibly her in ability to accept either as completely her own.
Poet's attitude, tone of the poem.
Stanza 1 shows respect towards the religion ( ending 4 to 6 lines)stanza 2 shows disgust, anger ( torture, cropped) last two lines confusion.
It shows that the poet is not against any religion.
IT park is Information Technology park.. with latest infrastructure for software and information technology growth.
Yes Fun Time America is an indoor amusement park. It is located in East Hanover New Jersey and offers a variety of attractions for all ages. The park features activities such as go-karts laser tag mini golf bumper cars an arcade and much more. It also offers special events such as birthday parties group outings and summer camps. With so many options both adults and children can have fun and enjoy the experience.
It is a theme park in Staffordshire, England. It is the UK's second-most-popular resort park, and has monorails, skyrides, and various amusement rides and features. Since March, 2007, it has been owned by Nick Leslau and his investment firm, Prestbury.
roller coaster wise : oblivion, rita, air, Thirteen & nemasis
You have to be exactly 140cm to ride air, no exceptions. Not even 139cm will do. You must be dead on the height limit. In case any inconvenience, 140cm is the height of the average 10 or 11 year old.
In Greek mythology, Polyphemus is the cyclops son of Poseidon and Thoosa. Ulysses is another name for Odysseus, the character in the epic poem "The Odyssey" who kills Polyphemus.
Really that depends on the person. It is marketed as a Family Ride, so a family should be alright. I would really recommend riders are 8+, though.
My personal opinion is that it's a great Family Ride, and me and my family always find it hilarious going round shooting ghouls.
It may seem scary but really is a fun ride!
In Allentown Pennsylvania
The roller coaster was designed and patented by Edwin Prescott of Arlington, Massachusetts on 16 August 1898. It was named by the U.S. patent office as "the pleasure railway." The first design was a simple one which included just a single circular loop. The design caused an uncomfortable shock to passengers as the car entered the loop, so was hardly a pleasure to ride. Subsequently, in 1901 a loop-the-loop centrifugal railway was patented by Prescott. The new roller coaster was more comfortable to ride as it replaced the rough approach to the loop with a gentler curve, and had other modifications to improve the overall ride.
It opened on May 28, 1999.
A marine biology degree specializing in dolphins at first guess.
Alton Towers is a Theme Park, but also has a Waterpark and two Hotels. Alton Towers attracts people through advertising campaigns, vouchers in newspapers, etc., and they also advertise across many other mediums.
People also visit Alton Towers again after a great day there before!
Kingda Ka is the world tallest and fastest roller coaster in the world. Kingda Ka is located at Six Flags Great Adventure in NJ. Kingda Ka is 456 feet tall and goes 128 mph. It takes 3.5 seconds to get to top speed, (from 0 mph to 128mph). It takes 11 seconds to reach the top of the hill from the bottom. The whole ride is only 28 seconds long. There are 4 trains, teal (light blue), orange, dark blue and of course green. Each car holds 17 people. Each car has two seats except the back row, which only has 1. The main colors are green and blue. The track is green and the supports are blue. The min height is 52 in. From my experience, I would suggest getting a Flash Pass. BTW the section of the park Kingda Ka is located is the golden kingdom.