Monthly Archives: June, 2018

Dumbing Down

 

Dumbing Down

According to a study by a professor in Amsterdam, Westerners have lost an average of 14 IQ points since the Victorian era. Some experts say we’ve reached our intellectual peak…

People who swore they’d leave the country if Trump got elected? This article catches up with some who followed through….

The average internet user has participated in some form of “pirating”, whether its music, movies, or video games. But before the internet and even before VCRs, there was an underground market for pirated 16mm studio films

We all wondered about it. We’ve seen ads on YouTube or the internet for it. But how does “doomsday prepper” food actually taste?

A gentleman ended up in the emergency room with an embarrassing issue, his “urethra pleasure toy” got stuck in his bladder… “Urethra Play” is apparently a fetish…

Tourism can be a good thing, but we often don’t think about the stress on environments or on the locals

The writer of the HBO film adaptation of “Fahrenheit 451” talks about how the story is more relevant today than when it was first written…

Check out this story of when Bert Kreischer went to the Anne Frank house thinking it was Helen Keller’s…

 

REMEMBER – once we get to 50 non-scamming twitter followers there will be a drawing for a mystery box of cool stuff! So follow us and get your friends to do the same! Win free stuff!

Advertisements

Action Park!

Action Park!

 

With J in tow, the boys head to the theater to see “Action Point” which is an adult comedy loosely-based on what was A REAL AMUSEMENT PARK IN NEW JERSEY!

The YouTube Channel, “Defunctland”, posted a documentary on the history & fate of Action Park.

This documentary is interesting as it contains interviews with people that actually went to the park (such as Chris Gethard from “The Chris Gethard Show”). You’ll learn why it has been called “Accident Park” or “Traction Park”…

Someone posted ACTUAL FOOTAGE FROM 1987 of the park in service…

Here’s a television commercial from 1983 for Action Park…

Alice in Chains went to Action Park as a part of “Headbanger’s Ball“…

The original park closed in 1996 and was re-opened in 1998 as Mountain Creek Water Park. In 2010, the name was changed back to Action Park by the family of the original owner but when the park changed hands again, the Mountain Creek Water Park moniker was used and is still used to this day. Unfortunately, much of the thrill is gone since safety measures have been implemented eliminating the adrenaline rush of possible injury/death…

 

 

REMEMBER – once we get to 50 non-scamming twitter followers there will be a drawing for a mystery box of cool stuff! So follow us and get your friends to do the same! Win free stuff!